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Regent Play Overview

A Regent is usually a royal title, a person who stands in for someone who should be monarch by right but who is incapable of holding the power of the monarchy.

In the UK it’s a title very much associated with royal glamour, and a particular period in history, The Regency, when King George III was old and ill and his son, the Prince Regent, soon to be George IV, stood in for him before taking the throne officially.

It’s a period linked to the glamour and excess of the Beaus, and a society that loved gambling and high living.

Regent Play takes that as its name and drapes a few crowns and union flags around its design to complete the theming.

Otherwise, the site is not untypical of UK casino sites: there’s a big focus on a generous welcome offer, and then the tiles and tiles of game titles run down to the screen, showing mainly slots until you reach links to the other important pages at the bottom of the front page.

It’s an OK looking design, without breaking any moulds.

Click on the About Us page and you’ll find that the site is owned and run by Marketplay Ltd, a company registered in Malta, the European home of the gambling industry.

The licensing links to AG Communications Ltd (it’s not unusual for companies to operate like this) who hold the licence, and operate the site as a “white label”. That means they provide the majority of the services needed to run the site, and Marketplay, who also operate Mr Play and Queenplay casinos, run the front-end of the site.

These arrangements are very common in the UK online casino gambling industry.

Let’s get behind the front page and have a good look inside this site.

Regent Play Pros and Cons

No casino site is perfect, so let’s see what makes Regent Play worthy of your time and what can it be criticised for.


1 – Regent Play is Safe, Legal, and Licensed

We’ve mentioned the licensing. Although it’s a slightly complex set-up to the outsider, there are no problems with the licence, and AG Communications, which runs dozens of sites has no sanctions against its licence.

You should always make these checks on any site that you use. Make sure that you know you’re at a licensed site with an up-to-date UK Gambling Commission licence before you go anywhere near making any other checks.

2 – Tons of games

If that seems boring then it’s more fun – and just as worthwhile – to check out the games on offer. Our view is that it’s not really worth signing up at a site simply to cash in a welcome cheque if you’re not going to get a good, long-term experience out of it.

So take a look at the games on offer and check that they’re the sort of titles you like to use, and also that there’s room for you to expand your interests in time at the site.

Regent Play has more than 700 games from nearly 70 providers according to figures from September 2020. You can expect this number to grow, as casino sites add titles all the time. And you can expect the range of titles available to mobile players to grow too.

3 – A Big Live Casino

Live games are the frontier territory of the UK online casino industry. You want to see a good selection of games, and you want to know that they’re of good quality.

We spot games from Evolution Gaming at Regent Play, and there’s a huge number of them. This gives you plenty of choice in popular games – usually blackjack and roulette – but also some more niche titles to check out.

The titles are arranged in a way that’s easy to understand, so you won’t waste time browsing or get lost.

4 – Loyalty is rewarded

Be aware of the purpose of loyalty schemes and other promotions. They are designed to make you spend more time (and money) at a particular site. You should know this, but also see that some schemes do offer you benefits that are worth having.

Regent has a scheme that starts as soon as you join and has seven levels. There are 11 possible benefits to earn along the way, including free spins from the second level up, exclusive live casino tournaments, and cashback on lost bets.

5 – Transparency

If we were to have one message for players to take away from our content it is that they should be educated and informed about how the casino world works.

A lot of the problems around problem gambling are made worse because people don’t understand how the industry works, and the industry is not honest with its customers.

It’s unlikely that any capitalist business will ever provide full disclosure (and perhaps customers don’t always want this) but Regent Play is pretty transparent about how it works and it’s easy to find information on the site.

From the front page, we were quickly able to find the licensing, customer support, the responsible gaming policies, payment processing, and security and privacy details.

We welcome this sort of information and urge all sites to do their best to follow this example.


1 – Design is just OK

If you’re into aesthetics it’s unlikely that you’ll be writing any essays about the beauty of the Regent Play site.

Everything works, and it’s easy to find your way around, but it’s not the world’s best-looking site by any measure.

2 – Group sites

A whole load of sites operate on the white label model. Nothing we say here is meant to suggest that this model is in some way fraudulent. However, we would like users to be aware of them. Regent Play is a white label site that means that it is very similar to a large number of other sites and that you may be disallowed from accepting bonuses at other sites: you should be aware of this and weigh up sites as part of a group.

Games and Software

There’s no indication of what software is running this site, though the site tells you that it uses 128-bit Secure Socket Layer software. Payment processing is handled by Aspire Global International.

Now, we’ll have a look at the games on offer.

Regent Play Slots

Slots number getting on for 800 titles at Regent Play.

The games are arranged in a number of ways, in order to make it easy to find the games that you want.

First up are the featured games: these are usually the most popular games.

They were on our visit:

Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead, Dragons of the North, Wolf Riches, Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, Eye of Horus, Spin n Hit, and 9 Pots of Gold.

Then you can look at the new titles. On our visit, they were:

Octopus Treasure, Jackpot Fortunes, Ghost Glyph, Curse of the Werewolf Megaways, Golden Ticket 2, Disco Danny, Jolly Roger 2, and Lucky Streak Mark 2.

The Uncategorized slot tab, which will assume is a set of games chosen by the site, has:

Starburst, Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead, Fire Joker, Dragons of the North, Gonzo’s Quest, Twin Spin, Octopus Treasure, and Wolf Riches.

There is a jackpots tab. Here you’ll find big prize games, usually progressive jackpots that work by polling players over a number of sites and “taxing” all their wagers to bring together a massive, and very often, fast-growing prize pool that deliver really massive prizes.

The titles we found were: Jackpot Fortunes, Grand Spinn Superpot, Imperial Riches, Lucky Lady, Redeem the Dream, Super Fast Hot Hot, and Super Lucky Reels.

Unusually in the current climate, there is not a daily or weekly drop tab. These are increasingly popular on casino sites and gather together progressive titles that are due to pay out within a set time.

Table Games at Regent Play

Casino games are gathered as “Table Games” at Regent Play.

There are the classic titles, opening with roulette and blackjack, and only a couple of games beyond that, which is unusual.


The table game simulators for roulette at Regent Play are:

Roulette Lounge, 10p roulette, European Roulette, Lightning Roulette, Classic Roulette, Roulette Royal, Sapphire Roulette Global, Turbo Roulette, 3D European Roulette, Roulette Pro, European Roulette VIP, and American Roulette.

That’s a good variety of experiences and bet levels for players to explore.


Blackjack remains the world’s most popular gambling card game. At Regent Play you can check out:

Vegas Strip Blackjack, Blackjack Single Hand VIP, Vegas Downtown Blackjack, Atlantic City Blackjack, Blackjack Solo, Blackjack Multihand VIP, Vegas Single Deck Blackjack, Blackjack Single Hand, Blackjack Multihand, European Blackjack, Classic Blackjack, Blackjack Classic, and BJ Royal Pair.

Video Poker

We couldn’t find any video poker games listed at Regent Poker. It is likely that they are listed in the slots sections if they exist.

There are poker table games, including Jacks or Better and Joker Poker.

You can also play baccarat as a simulated table game.

Bonuses at Regent Play

Our view of bonuses is always consistent. It may sometimes be the best thing to decline a bonus. You should understand what a bonus is designed to do, and that is to make you spend more time and more money at a site. Try to keep that in mind when you assess bonuses and have a realistic idea of what a bonus offers you and what you can expect to have to do to earn it.

You should be aware that bonuses change over time and may not always be available to all players from all jurisdiction and using all payment methods. We try to let you know everything, but make sure you read the small print.

Welcome Bonus at Regent Play

The Welcome Bonus at Regent Play is headlined as: “Up to £200 Bonus”.

That sounds nice. But things are never that simple.

In the immediate small print under that offer, you can see that the minimum deposit to claim the bonus is £20, which is high for such offers, and that there is a “wagering requirement”.

There then follows a mass of small print.

This tells you that the bonus is split into three sections: a first deposit bonus of 100% on your deposit worth up to £50 and also coming with 20 free spins on Starburst.

A second deposit bonus of 50% of your bonus worth up to £75.

The third bonus is worth 50% up to £75.

So that means, in order to get the £200 deposit bonus you have to deposit £50 + £150 + £150, so £350 to get the £200 bonus.

There’s a bit of confusion on free spins, which are mentioned in conjunction with the deposits in some places, then not at others.

We’ve also seen two titles mentioned. In the small print we get:

First deposit gives you a total of 80 free spins, with sets of 20 arriving each day after the deposit.

Now we get to the wagering requirement. This is 35-times for both deposits and money won from free spins.

That means that before you can withdraw any money won with bonuses you need to spend 35-times the amount of the bonus. So, if you deposit the maximum bonus amount for the first deposit you have to spend £1,750 before you can start withdrawing money associated with it.

Also in the small print, you’ll find that free spins must be used within a day of being received. Free spins winnings are considered a bonus and subject to the full wagering requirements.

Winnings from bonus and free spins games are capped at £100.

There’s a list of behaviours that count as “abusing the betting system”.

There are also a lot of games which do not contribute to paying off the wagering requirement and a number which do not contribute the full amount that the player wagers on them. Make sure you check this list before you deposit.

Other Promotions

There were no other promotions listed at Regent Play on our visit. However, promotions change with time so you shouldn’t think this is a guarantee of future performance.


There are live casino tournaments available to members of the top end of the Regent Play loyalty programme, which we’ll talk about in detail later.

Loyalty Schemes and VIP

The loyalty scheme opens to players as soon as they sign up at the site.

The scheme is divided into seven levels: New Member, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Premium.

The extras included start with loyalty points, which are rewarded at a lower redemption rate as you progress up the levels. You can also enjoy faster cashouts, birthday bonuses, Sunday free spins, live tournaments, higher deposit and cash out levels, personalised offers, account management, and a monthly cashback offer.

We’re not aware of a VIP club, but VIP players are often handled by private invitation, so don’t rule it out.

Regent Live Casino

The Live Casino at Regent Play is big and brassy, with lots of titles from good developers and a huge variety of games.

There are far too many games to list them all in detail.

The games are divided into a number of categories: there’s an All Games tab, usually listing games in popularity order.

Then games are listed in the Salon Prive (the private room), Live Roulette, Live Blackjack, Live Game Shows, Live Baccarat and Sic Bo, and Live Poker.

Live Roulette

Roulette is available in a number of styles: high-speed games, auto games, immersive games, and language games. You can also play games in a number of rule variants, including French, American, and European, Double-ball.

Live Blackjack

Blackjack is the most popular card game in casinos. It is sophisticated and invites players to use a strategy while being very easy to learn.

At Regent Play, you can play party versions, high-speed versions, power blackjack, and a huge variety of tables for different levels of betting.

Live Gameshows

Roulette is available as a game show in the form of Lightning Roulette, and you can also play dice in that style. Monopoly, Football Studio, Megaball Dream Catcher, Crazy Time, and Dream Catcher complete the set.

Live Baccarat and Sic Bo

Baccarat is a stylish game, traditionally associated with high rollers and sophisticated gamblers. Sic Bo is a Chinese-origin gambling game that’s a sort of relative of the French game.

There are more than 20 tables here, including different bet levels and the option to play with the squeeze or at high speed. Dragon tiger is another variation of these games that is also available.

Live Poker

Live casino poker is not a poker room, it is a dealer game.

We found eight tables on our visit to Regent Play. There were hold’em games, three card poker, and the branded side bet city.

Exclusive Live Games at Regent Play

Salon Prive is another way of saying Private Room, you will normally need to stake higher at Salon Prive tables, so make sure you’re always playing safely.

You can play blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and more in the salon prive at Regent Play.

Regent Mobile Casino and App

There is no app at Regent Play. Instead, you’ll need to browse to the site to play mobile versions of their games, including live casino games.


There’s a big list of payment methods at Regent Play. We’ll list just those available to UK players who use pounds sterling.

They are:

  • Visa and MasterCard for instant deposits and withdrawals in 4 to 6 business days.
  • Skrill for instant deposits and withdrawals within 3 business days.
  • Skrill 1-Tap on the same terms.
  • Neteller for instant deposits and withdrawals within 3 days.
  • PayPal for instant deposits and withdrawals within 3 business days.
  • Paysafecard for instant deposits but no withdrawals.


There are a lot more payment options in other currencies, so you can use this site around the world (as long as it is legal for you to do so).

Customer Support

Your first point of call should always be the FAQ page.

The information at Regent Play is well set out, with a list of 9 areas of interest for players to look at.

These include an FAQ section, information on games, deposits, how to cash out, how to submit documentation, technical issues, the bonus policy, password loss, and, erm, the history of scratch cards.

You can contact the site via a live chat service.

Email is via a web form.

Customer support teams are available 7 days a week from 8 to midnight (Central European time zone).

The Final Verdict

If this game isn’t the king quite yet, then its status as a ruler in waiting is probably fair.

This is another one off the conveyer belt in some senses. If you’ve seen related sites then there’s nothing that novel or exciting to get behind at Regent Play.

But you can also be sure that this is a site you can trust and that delivers great functionality to players, as well as a huge selection of games.

Everything you need to see is in place – licensing, decent contact details, some decent advice on responsible gaming, and plenty of information about the company involved.

The games are great quality and very numerous, and the live casino really has everything that some of the biggest brands in the industry have.

On the downside: it could be slicker, and it could be prettier, and the welcome offer’s terms aren’t the most generous we’ve ever seen – especially when compared to the headline offer.

Make sure you assess that offer fully to know if you want to accept it and make sure you always play safely, particularly at the live casino and if staking high amounts, at Regent Play, but if you do then you should have a great time at this quality site on mobile and desktop.