About Play Frank
Play Frank was launched in 2014 and is a multi-platform operator, one of those casinos that does a pretty good job of offering games to suit all types of player.
With its bright, bold design, and blue-and-white colour scheme suggesting snow-capped mountains, this casino presents games from a host of software providers – you can choose from 1500 activities.
You’ll also find 24/7 multilingual support plus an innovative rewards scheme.
Play Frank has an instant-play interface, and is compatible with mobile devices as well as being playable on desktop. There’s no need to download any apps.
Games available at Play Frank
The extensive line-up of classic slots includes Double Diamond, Starburst, Aliens and Jackpot Jester, plus video slots Wild Wild West and Dead or Alive, alongside many others. Meanwhile, there are progressive titles including Mega Fortune and Hall of Gods.
If it’s casino games you’re after, you’ll find plenty here, with dozens of table games from heavy hitters including Play’n GO, Microgaming and NetEnt, alongside live dealer games from the likes of Evolution Gaming.
These guarantee round-the-clock entertainment in numerous virtual rooms where you can enjoy live variants of blackjack, roulette, baccarat and more, all dealt with professional standards.
Regular table games on offer incorporate a number of variants of European, American and French roulette and blackjack variants, among many others including a strong video poker line-up.
For added peace of mind, the operator uses some of the latest SSL encryption, and Play Frank is licensed by the Malta Gaming Commission and in the UK by the UK Gambling Commission, one of the world’s strictest regulators.
In 2019, Play Frank announced it was adding Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and India to the list of territories from which it could accept players.
The operator runs on the EveryMatrix platform, which, in September 2019 had its licence suspended by the UK Gambling Commission due to responsible gaming issues, limiting Play Frank’s accessibility to UK audiences.