What does William Hill have to Offer?
One of the biggest brands in gambling, William Hill is a name gamblers in the United Kingdom are near certain to have heard. We'll review what the site has to offer, from games to banking methods.
William Hill Casino Games
The beating heart of any casino is the available range of games. On the slots front, there's a broad selection from leading software firm Playtech, with popular choices including Age of the Gods: Apollo Power (with other slots in the same series), big payouts with Gladiator Jackpot and Jackpot Giant, and the adventures of Monkey in Sun Wukong (inspired by the ancient Chinese classic Journey to the West).
But there's more to the site than slots. Table games are also available, with a lot of variety. There are literally dozens of options for roulette alone, alongside baccarat, poker, and blackjack games. Plus, there's a live casino for those who enjoy the atmosphere without having to travel all the way to a casino and back home again.
On top of that, the site also has a sports betting section. That may not be your cup of tea, but if you like the odd sly bet on the football, F1 or suchlike then it could be convenient to be able to do that at the same place you play casino games.
Banking Options at William Hill
The top options are all available, with debit and credit cards such as MasterCard, Maestro, and Visa functional for both deposits and withdrawals. Some people prefer e-wallets, which act as an intermediary service between the bank and casino. E-wallets listed include Skrill, Neteller, and PayPal, but UK gamblers should be aware that, at the time of writing, Skrill and Neteller are not available. There are other online banking options, but these tend to be geographically restricted to single countries.
Bonuses and Promotions
Casinos commonly offer bonuses but it should always be remembered that specific details can change over time, so do check the specifics for yourself. New players registering at William Hill may well be able to benefit from deposit matching, which involves the casino putting in money at a certain rate when the player makes a first deposit. The rate is often 100% or so, and there is a limit (otherwise a player could get a million pounds matched. A few hundred is more likely). Bear in mind that every bonus comes with its own restrictions, particularly the wagering requirement, which is a multiple of a bonus' value (often 30-40 times) and the total amount that must be wagered before any bonus-related cash can be withdrawn.
We hope you found the review interesting and useful for deciding whether William Hill's a site you'd like to explore further. The addition of sports betting might be an extra draw, for those who enjoy gambling beyond the casino.