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Madame Chance Casino Review
It’s lady luck in French, get it? A fairly forced attempt at a clever name, perhaps, but Madame Chance is a nice enough name and has a pleasing cadence to it.
Unfortunately, Madame Chance is a site available on the Game Tech network, and over the years, Game Tech has not had the most stellar reputation amongst online casino players, not least due to having been caught offering bootleg NetEnt titles in the past, and it is this unfortunate history that Madame Chance has to fight against if it is to gain any level of success.
However, if an online casino can impress, it is possible to disconnect from the history of the operator, is this something Madame Chance has the quality and ability to do?
Design and theme
Madame Chance has a classic 50s pin-up theme, which makes it instantly stand out from the pack, with an approach to design that is rarely seen at online casinos.
The logo involves a classic pin-up image of a smoking lady (as in a lady with a cigarette) next to a stylish font displaying the name of the online casino.
Navigation takes clear priority here, with the layout of the site built to ensure that while the design is pleasing on the eye, it is access to games and information that is of the utmost importance, something that a surprising number of online casinos seem to forget to do.
The side bar sees various game categories on offer, while the thumbnails on the homepage allowing instant access to a multitude of the best games available at the site.
Information on promotions, payment methods, and the Madam Chance site itself is also easy to locate, completing the excellent navigation which has always been a mainstay of Game Tech, but the incredible looking design of Madame Chance ensures it stands out from the rest of the sites on its network.
In terms of design, Madame Chance stands out from its network brethren, but when it comes to the game on offer, it stands out for all the wrong reasons.
There’s a disappointing number of games here, from a small list of developers that is limited to the likes of BetSoft Gaming, BG, Booongo, GameART, GameScale, and Playson.
That isn’t to say these are bad software developers, there are excellent games from each of them, but there simply aren’t enough names, especially considering how many heavy hitters are missing from the list.
In terms of game category, the choice is vast, with classic and video slots, table and card games, live casino options, video poker, micro bets, and action games, but due to the lack of developers, there isn’t enough choice within any single category.
Madame Chance is packaged better than most online casinos you will find, but when you take that wrapping off, there is very little going on in terms of substance, which is a shame.
With a hefty extension to the list of providers, Madame Chance could be excellent, but until then, it’s not getting past average at best.