Winomania promises a boutique-style casino, which to be honest is just a clever way of saying they have a more concise list of games, with over 800 titles to choose from in total, but how does the website hold up? Let's take a look at the general experience for users.
Loading up the Winomania website, the user is greeted with a pleasant-looking landing page, showing currently available promotions, featured games and a scrolling row of recent winners.
Once logged in, various account features are available on the left hand of the screen, including cashier, VIP Club and customer service options, while a quick link to different game types is available for easy access to slots and live games etc.
For live games, a handy visual indicator of how many are in the room is available, with some games playing host to over 2000 members, if this is indeed accurate.
A quality search function, makes finding games so much easier.
Games are listed with large logos, with some larger still, as Winomania looks to push these to players. Unfortunately, there are no demo options when clicking on slots or other table games, which is disappointing and limits the chances of players trying new titles. Finding games is easy thanks to a very good search feature, letting users simply type in a keyword, with a list then generated, or by clicking on the list of game providers.
Once a player has played a game, it is added to a "recently played" tab for easy access in the future, although that is limited to the last eight games played, but again is a handy feature.
In general, the Winomania layout is decent enough and functions well, which should help lend itself well when accessing on mobile devices.