Updated: 05 Feb 2018
Casino Noir Review
Upon first viewing of the site, it actually feels appropriately designed for the name of the casino itself. Casino Noir invokes a bit of a dreamy/dark image in our minds, and we think the design reflects the name quite well. The design itself is easy to follow, simple, and doesn’t get in the way of itself.
“By golly, we may have to admit that we kinda like the design.”
They have a license from Curacao, and opened their doors in in 2012. They are part of the 7Red identity which has come to haunt them. It haunts them because they are associated with a name that has had some legal issues in the UK and the Dutch government isn’t too fond of them as well. (Read: bankrupted in the UK and fined by the Dutch. Not good.)
The banking options are pretty thin. Honestly, you’d probably only want to use Neteller or Skrill, but credit and debit cards are accepted as well as bank transfers.
With support - as long as you speak some oui-oui, you can hit up their live chat or send them an e-mail.
Software and Game Variety
You’ll find titles here from BetSoft Gaming.
Popular slots such as The Angler, Sweet 27, and Magic Shoppe. In fact, these are the most popular titles in general, not just on the website itself.
Table and card games are pretty decent. You’ll find the usual offerings like Roulette, Baccarat, Craps, and obviously Blackjack. There are a few other variations to keep you busy if you want to try something new.
No video poker or specialty games, though.
Mobile and Live Gaming
The mobile version for Casino Noir is just as killer as the desktop design. The coolest aspect is that most of the games found on the desktop version are also available on your mobile device. Drop a stink bomb and hit a nice win at the same time. Not bad at all.
“Live games are available here as well.”
Bonuses and Promotions
We have a welcome bonus of a 100% match up to €250. So if you throw down €250, you’ll get €500 to play with. However, if you plan to make that deposit with Skrill, Paysafe, or Neteller, you may as well just forget about it because you’ll be shit out of luck. (Meaning they don’t make the bonus available.)
Sounds pretty decent, except we can’t find a single word about exact wagering requirements. On top of that, this is a phantom bonus. When you go to withdraw your winnings, they’re gonna take their “casino chips” back. Thanks for nothing, may we use some sign language in this article as well to help describe our true feelings about sticky bonuses? Cool.