Desert Nights Casino Review
Not everyone can survive in the desert - the dry air and sandstorms are too exhausting. Fortunately, Desert Nights Casino will be more lenient with you, but who knows what is hiding in the dark. Remember, their support is lazy. Chip and Dale will assist you much faster than these guys.
Desert Nights Casino has games from Rival only and their number is not impressive. You can try about 200 games here. It’s fully mobile-compatible, with a sign-up and a welcome bonus available to you. The casino grants you a 250% match reward, up to $2,550, on the first deposit. It may not be that killer magic carpet ride you’re looking for - the wagering requirements are 35 times the deposit and bonus, and phantom bonuses are hiding around the corner. Maybe, $10 on a sign up will bring you joy? Anyway, don’t let the desert sand swallow you up.
- Nice desert photo shot on the home page;
- They do encrypt your data with SSL encryption;
- Games are audited by TST;
- Full customer support kit;
- Any bonus of 100% and more is sticky;
- Website’s dull as ditchwater;
- Wagering requirements are 40−50x;
Desert Nights Casino was established in 2010. It is owned by Deckmedia and has a license from the Government of Netherlands Antilles. We’d call it too young to have a good reputation. Supposedly, it was a rebel teen when they’d got a lot of complaints from players. Anyway, they resolved all the issues and maintain the reputation of a calm standard casino now.
These guys maintain the reputation of a calm standard casino.
Their website looks dull with grey and violet colors and several pics of deserts. We looked for the famous chic and abundance of Arabic style. But, what did we find? Emptiness, no details, and deep grey cringy colors. You can look for games in the search bar, check new ones right away, and sort them from A to Z, and… from Z to A, for god knows what reason, but it’s still a very useful option, right? Unfortunately, they don’t have the “About Us” section.
As you’d expect from a casino in this day and age, it’s properly secured with SSL and firewall technologies, and the TST audits the games.
Customer support: Two phone numbers will satisfy your wish to talk to them, and there’s an email option. The live chat is available 24/7, but their agents are not friendly. When we reached them, they didn’t answer the question.
Banking: If you have Visa, MasterCard, Neteller, Skrill, Bank Wire, Check, or ecoPayz - you’ll be in business, as these are the payout options the casino offers. You cannot withdraw less than $25. Most of these methods allow to withdraw only up to $2,500 per week, but you can cashout up to $3,000 via Check.
Desert Nights Software and Game Variety
Sometimes when you’re talking to dudes, they say something like, “I’m a one-woman man!” Well, this casino is kind of the same in that it is a ‘one-developer casino.’ That developer is Rival. With nearly 200 games, it’s pretty much got the whole Rival arsenal here waiting for you to come and play. There is also a downloadable version of the casino, and as they say, over 160 games are offered there.
Sort games from Z to A, because why not.
Anyway, there is diversity for your choice:
- i-Slots: Rock On, Hole in Won, Wild Safari;
- Slots: Diamond Dragon, Pistols and Roses, Catsino, Wheel of Cash;
- Jackpots: Money Magic, Strike Gold, Major Moolah;
- Table & Card Games: Craps, Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Red Dog;
- Video Poker: Deuces & Joker, Aces & Faces, Tens or Better;
- Specialty Games: Itchin’ 2 Win, Bingo, Sudoku Box.
Mobile and Live Gaming
Incredibly, Desert Nights Casino has a mobile variant ready for you to play. Just scan the QR code and go ahead. You’ll get access to the modest game collection that includes over 40 titles. In case you want to chat with support, the chat will bump on the whole screen size, so communicate, guys!
Live games are present, but in other casinos, so if you wanted to go live here, take your bags and move on.
Bonuses and Promotions
As a newcomer, you are going to get two bonuses. The first is a simple sign-up bonus where you’ll get $10 just for making an account. It’s pretty stiff for the requirements, though: 50x with maximum cash out of $170.
Then, they grant you a 250% deposit bonus, up to $2,550, if you are from the US or Australia, and you’d have to wager both deposit and bonus 35 times before withdrawal. Also, in case you want to withdraw more than your first deposit, you gotta have more than the first deposit and bonus together before they let you withdraw. Does it look like a good enough reason to skip this offer altogether? Wait, there’s more. The cherry on this cake is their betting limit: you can bet not more than $6.50.