Zig Zag 777 looks and feels like it’s got a youthful, modern team behind it. New users are greeted by a visually appealing landing page that sexy and suave at the same time. A popup also appears, inviting you to download the app, which is available for both mobile and computers. It’s absolutely designed to work well on every major platform available too so both Android and Apple users won’t face issues for mobile, and Linux geeks are just as welcome as Windows users.
Holding a gambling license from Curacao and boasting random number generation (RNG) certification alongside audits from Technical Systems Testing, this is as close as it comes to a reputable casino without quite reaching modern provably fair standards in crypto. Operated out of a Gibraltar company, this is probably why a significantly long list of countries are restricted from playing, most notably countries such as Canada, UK, US and several others in West Europe. Language-wise, they offer Russian and English, so that’s a hint to who’re really running the cogs behind this machine!
Modern, visually appealing.
Licensed and independently tested/audited.
Support available Live and on Phone.
Game selections not very unique.
Lacking provably fair mechanisms.
Many countries restricted, including US and UK.
Poor loyalty and cashback programmes.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Zig Zag 777 allows a wide range of payment methods, which seems to adjust based on your geographic location (our location even showed up a bank transfer system only available in our country, for example), letting you deposit in EUR or RUB. Of course, you are most welcome to deposit Bitcoin here too.
Minimum deposits in any currency and method are the equivalent of EUR 10 and maximum is EUR 5,000. You may also not withdraw more than EUR 1,500 daily, EUR 3,000 weekly and EUR 9,000 monthly.
Withdrawals are not quick here as they require 48 hours to be processed. Careful to wager your deposit at least once before you withdraw or you’ll incur a 10% fee. You’ll also need to be verified, so ensure you register with real details.
One thing we do note in several websites are recent complaints of customers only being allowed to withdraw funds to a Visa card. This isn’t compatible with their ToC which otherwise allows you to withdraw to the same mode of payment used when depositing.
Probably due to its emphasis on mobile gaming (they’ve got 777 in their name, right?), the majority of games here are slots. However, they also have a respectable offering of Roulette selections, including some seven choices of Live Dealer roulette from NetEnt.
Several other casino-type games such as Blackjack, Baccarat, Video Poker and Poker can be accessed from their Casual Games section (though we wouldn’t really call card games casual).
Other than their selection of new slots games such as Super Lucky Frog and oriental-themed Journey to the West, there is little else here to attract new gamblers used to the slots fare at other sites.
There are regular First Deposit bonus of 100% up to EUR 200 as well as a Weekend Deposit of 40% up to EUR 1,000. These have a 40x rollover requirement, but other than slots which contribute to 100% wager requirements, Texas Hold’em, Video Poker and a few others only contribute 10%.
There’s a Loyalty programme that awards players 1 point for every EUR 50 wagered that can be exchanged for bonus money. If you play a lot, you can also request on Live Chat for a 15% Cashback from EUR 20 to EUR 1,000 weekly on losses. Both loyalty and cashback programmes are pretty poor because even these have a 40x wager requirement before you can withdraw!