I am not that adverse when plants are involved, but this logo doesn’t look like lotus at all, more like more famous herb that is legal to use in coffee shops in The Netherlands. Whatever is the story behind the logo, it does give them a recognisable amblem that players will recognize without a problem.
The site did look quite promising to me, a bit stock photos, but at least it does look appealing. The welcome package is quite good, with a nice 100% starting bonus up to $500, and various other depositing bonuses, but sadly, no free no deposit bonus to go for.
There are separate Poker and Casino pages, and I decided to try a little Roulette and Blackjack, a combination that I like to play at new sites (I stay away from Poker as I am still trying to polish my skills). They have special Live Events, that I found really awesome, they do require a little bit od planning (time planning to be exact), but it really pays out, and is as close to the land based casino as you can get. I started off with a $50 deposit, to make it to $300 on Blackjack, and then down to $150 on Roulette. I managed to stop there, and now am waiting for withdrawal. Will be coming back soon. I plan to hit the slots next time (with a little bit of Blackjack), and I hope that my luck is waiting for me at Lotos Casino.