Miami Club Casino Review
Just suppress the urge to close Miami Club Casino when you first see it, and it will get better. We promise. The welcome offer is nice (a 100% bonus up to €100 on each of your first eight deposits), with rather low wagering requirements - 20 times the sum of your deposit and bonus. The games and software platform are meh but will do. We’ve seen worse libraries than those 150 games from WGS Technology. The support service is great, but the withdrawal policy is not that attractive. Anyway, this place is worth a shot.
- 24/7 live chat;
- Mobile friendly;
- Decent wagering requirement - 20xB+D.
- No live games;
- Jackpot winnings are subject to withdrawal limits.
Miami Club Casino has been operating since 2012. They are owned by Deckmedia group and licensed by the Government of Curacao. This casino group accepts players from the US, which is not a good sign, but we can say that it is among the best suchlike groups. The group as a whole and the Miami Club Casino, in particular, don’t have any outstanding issues or unresolved complaints.
The website has an old-school feeling about it. It’s weird, because you can’t tell whether it’s intentional or just a wrong design decision. When you open the lobby though, all the doubts are cleared - yep, it’s bad. First of all, the instant play lobby opens in a tiny window in the middle of the screen, with no means to scale it. Then there’s the games list. Apparently, there was no way to do a proper scrolling in that window, so they decided to spread the games into categories small enough to fit into a screen.
The instant play lobby opens in a tiny window in the middle of the screen, with no means to scale it. It’s like looking through a peephole or something.
Customer support: The support works 24/7, and you can reach them through the live chat, email, and the toll-free phone line. We tried the chat, and the agent was very helpful and polite. However, the support team speaks only English.
Banking: The banking is alright, with options like Bitcoin, Skrill, Neteller, and Eco available for both deposits and withdrawals. Credit cards can be used for deposits only. It takes up to 72 business hours to process a withdrawal. The maximum withdrawal amount depends on your method, but it’s either €2,500 or €2,000 per week. This clause also applies to your jackpot winnings.
Software and Game Variety
Miami Club Casino is powered by WGS Technology (formerly Vegas Technology) software. As we mentioned, the platform itself is rather old and inconvenient, however, the games are alright. Overall, they offer more than 150 titles. Here are some of them:
- Slots: Cash Cow, Lucky Irish, Gold of the Gods;
- Table games: Classic Blackjack, European Blackjack, American Roulette;
- Video poker: Deuces Wild, Jacks or Better, Bonus Poker;
- Specialty games: Keno, Bingo Bucks, Poker Dice.
Mobile and Live Games
Frankly speaking, Miami Club Casino looks better on mobile devices, than it does on a desktop. There are no stupid flashing buttons and poor animations, everything works fine and loads fast. The mobile lobby is still kinda awkward, but way better than the desktop abomination.
Miami Club Casino actually looks better on mobile devices, than it does on a desktop.
Sadly, there are no live games at the casino.
Bonuses and Promotions
Miami Club Casino promises you €800, but don’t think you will get the whole amount of this bonus at once. No, you have to make 8 deposits, and each of them can bring you a 100% bonus up to €100. The wagering requirements are 20 times the deposit plus bonus amount. Pretty good, actually, but keep in mind that this offer won’t be available to you in case you live in Sweden, Poland, Romania, etc. The list of restricted countries is not too long, but you should check it in any case.