Mail Casino Review
Frankly speaking, the name of Mail Casino sounds really weird. Why mail? Are their bonuses delivered by a postman? Or maybe by carrier pigeons? Or by owls, like in movies about Harry Potter? We have no idea, but we know that the welcome bonus (a 100% match up to €200) is sticky, and its wagering requirement is far from perfection - 50 or even 100 times the bonus amount! However, the selection of games is not bad - it includes over 350 titles from NetEnt, Microgaming, and some other companies. Live games are on the list, and the support service is provided round the clock. Besides, the website is compatible with mobile devices.
- Licensed by Malta and the UK;
- Mobile friendly;
- 24/7 support;
- SSL encryption;
- Live games.
- Lame wagering requirements: 50xB or 100xB;
- Sticky welcome bonus.
Mail Casino started operating in 2016. It is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. The website looks stylish, and the navigation is pretty convenient. All the links are very easy to find, and texts can be read without any difficulties. If we absolutely had to bitch about something, it would be the bottom half of the main page. Did they absolutely have to place the freaking Play Now button under every paragraph? The website is available in English, Swedish, and German, but you can switch between the languages only after you enter the lobby.
Customer Support: The support agents work round the clock, so feel free to contact them whenever you need help. To do this, you can either use the live chat or send them an email via online contact form. We tried the chat, and our question was answered very fast. The agents speak English, Romanian, Greek, and Russian. Besides, there is a pretty nice FAQ.
Banking: There are enough methods you can use to deal with your money: Neteller, Skrill, Visa, bank transfer, Trustly, etc. Withdrawal requests remain pending for 3 working days. The maximum withdrawal amounts are €3,000 per week and €6,000 per month. In case you win a jackpot, the maximum withdrawal amount per month is €30,000. However, the casino may increase this limit.
€30,000 is the maximum amount you can withdraw per month in case you win a jackpot.
Software and Game Variety
Mail Casino offers over 350 games from Microgaming, NetEnt, Blueprint, Thunderkick, and other developers. Here are some of the titles:
- Slots: Starburst, Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck II;
- Jackpots: Divine Fortune, Treasure Nile, Fruit Fiesta;
- Table games: Baccarat, European Roulette, French Roulette;
- Video poker: Double Bonus Poker, Louisiana Double, Deuces Wild Power Poker;
- Casual games: Fruit Blast, Keno, Germinator.
Video poker games don’t have a separate section, but you can find them among table games or with the help of the search bar.
Mobile and Live Gaming
Mail Casino has a decent collection of games compatible with Android, iOS, Blackberry, and Windows gadgets. You don’t have to download a special application - just open your mobile browser, go to the website, enter your login and password, and start playing. By the way, the mobile version of the website looks pretty nice.
The casino offers over a dozen of live games. The selection mostly includes variations of Blackjack and Roulette, but you can also play Baccarat.
Bonuses and Promotions
Mail Casino is kinda generous in terms of bonuses, but let’s take a look at the welcome offer. This is a 100% bonus up to €200. The wagering requirements are standard - 50 times the bonus amount. However, for certain jurisdictions it’s 100 times, so we recommend you to contact the support before creating an account, and to discover all the details. The wagering requirements of 100 times don’t sound very inspiring, but there is something worse - the bonus funds will be deducted from your balance when you request a withdrawal.
The wagering requirements are pretty high, and, what is even worse, the welcome bonus is sticky.