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SuperLenny Casino Review

Written by Gordon Jinn

SuperLenny casino is all about attitude! Modern, trendy and with the coolest character we came across (sorry Mr Green). But don´t judge a book by its cover and read our review to find out there is more to it then just the first impression.

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Superlenny Casino entered the online casino world 2014 and has ever since then been a “rebel” in many way. Visually stunning, easy to navigate and probably the coolest brand we came across after reviewing + 400 casinos the last couple of years. With the new upgraded version that just went live we decided to give Lenny a new shoot. But in the end of the day, how super has the new Superlenny become? Let´s find out what mr Gordon has to say.
Thankfully, Superlenny has substance to back up its style. It’s got a great layout, a fantastic selection of games, 21 different types of sports betting and live support. Although it’s only been around for a short while , it’s making massive inroads into the UK-market. It has an impressive 21 different sports so sporting fans won’t want to leave. Especially those of minority sports, as there are some quirky inclusions among the traditional choices. After all, it’s not just any site that will include Finnish delight pesäpallo, Gaelic football and futsal. There is also a sporting specials section, where you can beat on topical topics such as the Eurovision song contest (and yes, Germany is joint bottom) and who the next American President will be.

If you’re not a sports betting fan but are a slot machine fan like Gordon, then you’ll be just fine as there are over 400 video slots. There are also 25 blackjack tables, 13 video poker games and 11 roulette tables, but only 4 casino poker tables. As well as a lack of craps, there aren’t any lottery or scratchcard options, and only one bingo game. If that is not enough, you can also enjoy the live casino section. As Gordon´s spanish brother would say “great stuff old chap”.

At Superlenny we encountered all the most common payment options. We were glad to find out that they have their own payment team in-house which means fast withdrawals and no hassle. We tried their services several times, both with credit card, but also through Neteller and they were fast as and efficent To make it safe to play at Superlenny they aldo made sure that the site is equipped with the latest in digital encryption technology. Your personal data is in good hands! Well done mr Lenny!
Top casino software names such as NetEnt and Microgaming have found a portal into Lenny´s universe. Gaming libary is almost at a top level, but we do miss out on Novamatic for example. However the big players are here, and same goes for many smaller ones as Thunderkick, PlaynGo, Nextgen, Elk Studios, Betsoft and Yggdrasil. The site itself is simple and elegant. Easy on the eye and no need to be a detective once you navigate throughout the site
The Expert's Conclusion
There’s plenty to like about the new version ofSuperLenny. The layout is superb, the games run smoothly (mobile version is super as wel) and there is a huge selection of games. You really are in dreamland if you’re into slots, sports betting, video poker or blackjack. Although we did not get it at first the new free spins system that is called BUX is something that we appreciate a lot. BUX are a new iniative from SuperLenny and you can consider them to be a ‘currency’ that you can exchange for free spins. Each single BUX is worth one 10 cents spin and they can be used on a variety of games. So in other words your 150 Free Spins on the welcome package are transformed into BUX where you can choose what games to exchange free spins on. With this new feature on top of a much more smooth gaming platform we “deer” to say it´s our top pick at the moment.
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About the author

Gordon Jinn

Founder and Head Casino Reviewer

The man who runs the show since day 1. Loves NetEnt games in particular. Had more luck in games then love. Favourite game is Twin Spin. What Gordon doesn't know about casino isn't worth knowing.

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