Another big plus, the casino has been busy upgrading their site significantly since the time they were added to AskGamblers and now offer a much wider selection of games including Microgaming and NetEnt titles all of which can be played using this bonus although a handful do have a reduced 50% wagering contribution. I'm unsure how the games selected for this restriction were chosen as they aren't games that I commonly see with additional wagering attached which does make me worry that the casino might be adding games to this list as a "knee-jerk" reaction to players managing a decent withdrawal after playing them. It's just conjecture on my part though of course.
I chose to deposit £20 for this bonus so had a £40 balance with which to play and £700 of wagering to complete in order to convert my balance into cash. I tried out some of the supposedly unique "Neo Games" slots but spent most of my session playing my favourite Microgaming slots and eventually managed a small withdrawal of £100 which was paid into my e-wallet by the time I woke up the following morning which was a great first experience of playing at this casino.
The terms and conditions for casino bonuses are getting more and more restrictive and less player friendly all the time these days so it made a nice change to find a concise list of reasonable terms for this bonus, particularly as I had no previous experience with this casino group. They had no issues giving me the bonus with me using Skrill to deposit as well, which is almost a luxury in itself right now! So many casinos are restricting bonuses for e-wallet players which is a huge step backwards in my opinion!
On the whole then if you are looking for a welcome bonus to extend your session on your next deposit you could do a lot worse than checking out Slots and Games. I've already recommended them to two friends (shame there's no referral bonus here!) and wouldn't hesitate to do the same again.