Updated: 05 Feb 2018
Da Vinci's Gold Casino Review
Da Vinci's Gold casino is kinda bad. Instead of claiming their welcome bonus you might as well play for demos credits - those would be roughly equal in value. Seriously, 99x wagering requirements? Good luck playing through those. Other that that, it's a standard Rival powered casino, with no mobile support and no live games to speak of.
Da Vinci's Gold casino has been around since 2007. A respectable age for an online casino. It holds a license from the Government of Curacao.
The website looks dated, with ancient gif animations, weird layout, and wannabe-luxurious theme. The game previews section will lead you to a generic Rival’s instant play lobby, that fits the website perfectly in its old’n’crappy looks.
The banking page lists such options as Skrill, Neteller, credit cards, Ukash, ecoPayz, and a couple more. Overall, it should be enough for most players.
If you have any questions or issues and desperately need someone to yell them at - that’s what the support for. You can reach them 24/7 through live chat, phone number, and email.
Software and Game Variety
“Da Vinci's Gold casino is powered by Rival software. This means a downloadable version, a creepy instant play lobby, and about 200 games total.”
Rival is probably best known for the so-called i-Slots - multilevel games that sometimes come in several episodes and introduce a story of sorts. All of these are here - As the Reels Turn, Cosmic Quest, Reel Crime, and others. Other video slots are nice too, not much to complain about here.
Table games are few. Basically, a couple of variations of most popular games - baccarat, blackjack, roulette, craps, and several more. There’s also video poker, a handful of scratch cards, bingo, and keno.
Mobile and Live Games
Mobile support is non-existent. The website is not adapted to smaller screens, and you can’t run any games, as the lobby requires flash player.
Live games of any kind are also missing.
Bonuses and Promotions
This is where it gets really ridiculous. The welcome bonus at Da Vinci's Gold casino is 2000% up to €2000. They don’t tell you the exact terms until you’re about to claim the bonus in the cashier.
When you do get to the cashier, you find out that it is a sticky bonus (kinda expected), and that the wagering requirements are... wait for it... 99 times the deposit plus bonus amount combined! Ninety freaking nine! Besides, the maximum cashout is limited to the deposit plus 10% of the bonus amount.
“The wagering requirements for the welcome offer are... wait for it... 99 times the deposit plus bonus amount! That’s insane!”
On the bright side (as if something can possibly brighten this useless pile of crap), they have a no-deposit bonus too (€22), along with daily offers with just as ridiculous bonus amounts and terms.