CasinoFair doesn’t have the appeal of a huge games library. In fact it would be completely fair to say that it has a very small library — a mere bookshelf if you will. If you’re after live casino or a poker room, then you’ll be looking for a while. That being said, this is one of the rare occasions where that lack of variety isn’t necessarily an instant turn off.
The slots currently available are all great quality, with fantastic visuals and super soundtracks. You won’t get the same flashy special features as you do with slots from all the really big developers. That’s because CasinoFair uses an emerging platform that runs solely on blockchain. They’re still young and growing, and it takes a while to hit peak, but I have full confidence that they will.
If table games are more your thing then you’ll find an even smaller, yet still comprehensive, selection. Players are free to put their crypto to work on games like poker (in various styles), video poker, baccarat, roulette and hi-lo. A handful of instants are also available in the mix, adding in a tiny bit more variety to keep things interesting. All games are available in demo mode, allowing players the chance to try before they commit any tokens.
Now, you might be feeling like I’m giving these guys a too generous pass on a rather weak selection of game options, but there’s a reason for it. And that reason is FairChecker. This is a real time game tracker which runs during each game, showing players wins and losses as they happen. All this information is recorded on the blockchain, totally out in the open, so there can never be any debate as to the fairness of the game. Essentially, any form of cheating is driven out of gameplay entirely.
This where CasinoFair gets its ‘Famously Fair’ tagline from, throwing around phrases like ‘provably fair’. It may sound pretentious, but it’s definitely a fact.