Paddy Power Casino

Paddy Power Casino


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Minimum Deposit (PLEASE NOTE: This may not trigger first deposit bonus)£5.00

Paddy Power Casino Review

There was a point when Paddy Power was known exclusively as a sports betting company, with sites and shops offering a wide array of options, but it’s fair to say that Paddy Power is far from just a bookmaker now.

Making the transition into the online casino world seamlessly, despite the difficulties many other bookies have had trying to do the same, Paddy Power, which has been attached to Betfair (another sports betting company with an impressive casino product) since a merger between the two in 2015, has proved its capability to expand into other parts of the gambling industry with style.

Design and theme

If you’re aware of Paddy Power as a brand at all, then the chances are you know what a decent amount of this online casino site looks like.

Obviously, keeping everything in fitting with the branding is important for a company as large and recognisable as Paddy Power, and that’s exactly what you’ll get here.

The logo and green colour scheme are all on brand, but there are also enough design additions here to ensure that Paddy Power Casino feels like a casino, and a separate entity, as opposed to just an extension of the sports betting site, which is a trap many bookmakers have fallen into when trying to expand into the casino market.

Dark red colours are spliced amongst the green, while various shaped thumbnails on the homepage serve to bring the site to life with style, adding to the subtle background artwork to create a cacophony of colour and striking imagery that separates the casino from the simpler, more subtle approach of the Paddy Power sports betting site.

Paddy Power Casino could have phoned it in in terms of design and still probably enjoyed a decent level of success, but the fact they chose not to is worthy of respect.


This is where Paddy Power slips up. The casino is powered by Playtech, which is fine, but Playtech are also the only software developer providing the games here.

While this is a good choice of a single provider, with a variety of top quality games including slots, table games, and live dealer options, the idea of games at an online casino coming solely from one developer is one that no longer stands up.

With the majority of online casino sites offering a range of gaming options from ten or more developers, ensuring an array of different feeling games, the use of Playtech alone takes away a lot of that.

It’s clear that Paddy Power Betfair as a company has eyes of expanding its horizons, having added fantasy sports operator FanDuel to their portfolio recently, but when it comes to Paddy Power Casino, this idea of expanding seems to have not occurred, and that’s a problem.

While Paddy Power Casino is a great looking site with quality customer service and exciting promotions, it is let down heavily by the games that are on offer, and that’s something that really needs to change in the near future.