In this article we thought we’d share a piece about our new favourite gambling site, Grosvenor Casino.
Weather it be slots, Blackjack, Roullette, sports bets or Texas Hold’em. Grosvenor Casino has you covered around the UK in bricks and mortar casinos plus online via applications on most operating systems. We’ll make it clear from the start that the Android app isn’t published yet but should be launched soon. We’ll share some information about who, why and where you should use the service if online gambling is allowed in your country and it’s something you’d be interested in playing. We don’t endorse gambling or the company, when the fun stops you should too.
Established in 1970, Grosvenor Casinos (formerly County Clubs and Grosvenor Clubs) is a UK-based chain of 55 casinos located in major towns and cities across the UK, with two unbranded sister casinos located in Belgium. Grosvenor Casinos is owned by The Rank Group who operate exclusively in the casino, bingo and online gaming industries across Belgium, Spain and the UK.
As of June 2014, revenue was reported at £391.2m, with an operating profit of £56.8m – coming from a total of over 1.7 million customers per year. Of these 1.7 million customers, over 8.5 million customer visits occur every year. The Grosvenor casino network currently employs over 6,300 employees across the UK. Their online casino hosts over 250 games with themes spanning from traditional roulette, blackjack and poker – to the more modern slot styles and live gaming. Grosvenor are licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. Established in 1970, Grosvenor Casinos (formerly County Clubs and Grosvenor Clubs) is a UK-based chain of 55 casinos located in major towns and cities across the UK, with two unbranded sister casinos located in Belgium. Grosvenor Casinos is owned by The Rank Group who operate exclusively in the casino, bingo and online gaming industries across Belgium, Spain and the UK.
Originally ‘County Clubs’, the casinos came to be known as ‘Grosvenor Clubs’ and in 1969 on 2 January, Grosvenor Clubs officially changed name to ‘Grosvenor Casinos’.
With a massive list of game types for all, this casino would certanly suit any regular gamblers plus those new to the scene. The £20 online bonus is certainly alluring to get new players signed up, some demo games are also available for new users to grasp the game mechanics. In games on mobile webview and browser everything is clear and easy to use and understand, they just redesigned the lay out and everything looks fresh, the iTune comments seem to be very positive too. My favourite poker is still Texas Hold’em which I’ve enjoyed playing immensely. Hey, I’ve won a few and lost a few but that’s the name of the game. Pay outs seem fair.
You can download and play yourself using these links:
- iTunes HERE
- Web HERE works on mobile too.
- My Casino HERE (My Casino” app by Grosvenor will help you plan your visit to any of our 55 Grosvenor Casinos in the UK. It tells you everything you need to know to plan your night out and lets you share it easily on social media.)
It’s hard to ignore the fact that the company failed to launch the new iOS application and web redesign simultaneously with an Android app. I’ve played the web version on desktop and mobile although certainly usable on the smaller screen, I’d want a dedicated Android experience and most definitely not some hashed over i-app with back button built in. There are over 1.4 billion Android users, with a 87.5 % global market share. How any brand, company and or service can neglect this many potential customers is mind-boggling. It’s unfair to say I haven’t enjoyed playing casino games on Grosvenor but maybe if I have to wait too long for an Android version. It’s possible I could check out my cash and move elsewhere.