Updated: 05 Feb 2018
Casino Cerise Review
Have you ever wanted to become an Inquisitor? Now is your chance, because Casino Cerise's website doesn't tell you shit, you have to ask the support about pretty much everything. Or read our review, if you want the easy way. Just to save you the time - the wagering requirements on the welcome bonus suck (35x deposit plus bonus), the deposit options are credit cards, Neteller, and several local ones, and the games are kinda scarce (a bunch of cool slots and the live casino).
Casino Cerise (a French word for “cherry” if you were curious) opened in 2014. It is licensed by the Government of Curacao.
The website looks alright - elegant wine-red colors, convenient layout, and handy instant play lobby with the game categories and developer filters. The FAQ is pretty much useless, with entries like “How do I register?” - “Click Register and follow the registration process” or “How do I deposit?” - “Click Deposit, choose the payment method and the amount”. Has anyone ever asked questions like these at all?
“The only more stupid question we could think of to put into a FAQ is “How do I open the FAQ?””
The banking options are not listed anywhere on the website (until you actually open the cashier and try to deposit that is). The options depend on your location, however the credit cards, Neteller, and Paysafecard should be available to pretty much everyone.
There’s not even the standard “Contact Us” page! At least they have a chat window at the bottom, so you’re not entirely on your own. No working hours are stated though.
Software and Game Variety
The game library at Casino Cerise is somewhat lacking. The games are powered by 4 developers - Playson, Pariplay, Spinomenal, and Betixon. The total number of games is just over 150.
The Video Slots section doesn’t list all the slots for some reason. If you want to see everything, you’ll have to click through the developer categories. The games are pretty cool - Alice in Wonderslots, Zombirthday, Blood Shot, Sharknado, Reel Fighters, and more.
Sadly, there’s not much else but slots. A single video poker in the category looks pathetic, two bingos are just slightly better (two times better in fact, strictly speaking, but still), and a bunch of scratch cards doesn’t help either. Oh, and there’s a single roulette in the Playson tab.
Mobile and Live Games
Mobile casino looks and works alright. The navigation is smooth and convenient, and the games run just fine.
Live casino section was a pleasant unexpected surprise. Powered by Vivo Gaming, it lists three games - blackjack, roulette, and baccarat.
Bonuses and Promotions
The Promotions page is hardly any more useful than the FAQ. All it says is that you’ll get a 250% match bonus on the first deposit up to €500. No wagering requirements listed, no link to the full bonus terms, nothing.
There is the “Rules on Bonuses” section in the general terms and conditions, but the only information it adds is that there’s a withdrawal limit on the deposit bonus (€2500 to €15000, depending on the VIP level). Where the hell are the wagering requirements?
Oh, here they are. After you register and open your profile, you’ll see them in the Promotions tab. It says “Wager: 35”. Really concise. Is it 35 times the deposit plus bonus or just the bonus? Is there any bet limit? The quest for the truth goes on!
Finally, the support told us that it’s 35 times the deposit plus bonus (which is kinda crappy), and that there’s no bet limit. Gee, that took us longer than we expected.
“Having to gather the information on the bonuses bit by bit all over the website and in the support is ridiculous. You’re lucky to have us present it to you like this.”