- Real Time Gaming (RTG)
- Video Poker,
- Table Games
- Visa/Master Card,
- Wire Transfer
- Visa/Master Card,
- Bank Transfer,
- 3 days
- €12000 Monthly
- Since 2016
- Zewor N. V.
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
- tel: +33 800-906-300
The French deserve better
Casino Clic is a French casino and it kinda sucks. We could have stopped right here, but let us elaborate. RTG-only games, poor instant play lobby, crappy welcome bonus, bullshit withdrawal limitations, no live games, awkward mobile website. Not to make it sounds like a complete waste of time, their RTG games are alright - slots, table games, roulette, all the stuff is here.
The first thing you should know about Casino Clic is that it’s available in French only. They hold a license from Curacao, and has been operating since 2016.
“Although players from other countries can sign up as well, they may encounter a tiny little difficulty, such as not understanding shit.”
The website looks alright - almost entirely white theme with fancy images and clean look. The games are stuffed into the generic RTG’s instant play lobby, that looks kinda old and clunky.
The deposit options are alright - credit cards, Skrill, Neteller, and Bitcoin. Withdrawals though are limited to the two e-wallets and Bank transfer (can’t withdraw to credit cards directly). The weekly withdrawal limit is kinda low (€1000 for the basic VIP level). It looked fine, until we found some bullshit terms hidden in the T&C’s. Until your total deposits reach €200, you can only withdraw 10 times your deposits. If you happened to win more - too bad, the surplus will be eliminated. Even worse, if you claimed a bonus, you can only withdraw 5 times the deposit. On the bright side, they say they process e-wallet withdrawals within 15 minutes. Not really makes up for anything, but still nice.
The support works 24/7 through live chat, email, and phone (toll-free for France). Unlike the website, is is available in English too. The operator we chatted with managed to answer our question (from the third try, after answering ‘yes’ to a question with an ‘OR’ in it a couple of times), so we’d say it’s good enough.
Software and Game Variety
Casino Clic is powered by RTG, and doesn’t have any games other than theirs. Don’t get us wrong, most of the games are still fine, but there are not that many of them (around 200) and one software is still one software.
In the slots section you’ll find games like The Big Bopper, Bubble Bubble, Eternal Love, and other popular titles. There are even some progressives, Megasaur and Aztec’s Millions being the most notable, with €800k and €2.2 million jackpot respectively.
Other games are pretty standard - roulette, blackjack, video poker, and several more. Seen one RTG casino - seen all of them.
Mobile and Live Games
When you open the Casino Clic website on your mobile device, it throws you right into the mobile game lobby. What, no foreplay at all? The mobile lobby is awkward, but at least it works.
“What doesn’t work are the live games. Because there are none. A pretty reasonable excuse to not work, if you ask us.”
Bonuses and Promotions
The welcome package at Casino Clic is a two-tier deposit match bonus. On the first deposit you get a 100% match up to €200 plus 30 free spins on Achilles slot. On the second deposit - 200% match up to €100. The wagering requirements are not listed anywhere, so we had to contact the support to find out that they are 40 times the deposit plus bonus amount. Way too much.
Other than that, they also have a loyalty program, cashback bonuses and recharge bonuses. Be sure to check the Promotions page for the full details.
Casino Clic is bad all-round. Not a terrible worthless piece of crap, just bad. RTG platform is kinda old (both on desktop and mobile), the games are alright, but not really diverse, the wagering requirements on the welcome bonus are too steep. Too tight withdrawal limits don’t help either. And it’s in French only.
Click here to visit Casino Clic: if you’re a French RTG fan who doesn’t care about bonuses - it’s perfect for you.
Updated: 20 Nov 2017