Seven Star Digital Reveals Rebrand

Seven Star Digital, a London-based online casino review platform provider, has revealed the rebranding of the entity.

The group, which launched TopRatedCasinos four years ago with an emphasis on user-friendliness, openness, and informing tourists about the business and safe gaming practises, claims that the new-look platform will capitalise on the popularity of its predecessor, with a modern interface and simpler navigation.

Fresh features and content

Seven Star Digital’s founder and CEO, Luke Eales, explained: “TopRatedCasinos has been continuously enhanced with fresh features and content since its original launch almost five years ago. 

“That being said, we agreed that a broad, cohesive rebrand would put us in a better position to grow further, helping more users find their ideal gambling sites whilst fostering healthy gambling practices. 

“With intuitive functions and usability, a focus on trustworthiness and authoritativeness, increased speed, plus a refreshed colour palette, the new TopRatedCasinos will help users to quickly and enjoyably find the online casino that suits them best. 

‘Stronger service’

“Our original site directed tens of thousands of first time depositing players to UK licensed operators, and it’s very exciting to deliver an even stronger service for new and returning users.”

Seven Star Digital’s portfolio features a host of other gaming comparison platforms, including and, in addition to TopRatedCasinos.

Canadian industry

Seven Star Digital claims that it is now preparing to launch a new platform solely based on the Canadian industry, after expanding both TopRatedCasinos and into a variety of foreign markets. is set to open in the second quarter of this year, with the aim of bringing the company’s current UK and foreign projects to the Canadian market.

Eales added: “The team at Seven Star Digital is excited to extend our track record of trust, expertise, and attention to detail to Canadian users with a brand new site modelled on the successes of”