Millionaire Casino Review
Guess what is wrong with Millionaire Casino? It has a logo with red spades and clubs! That’s not a right thing to show on a gambling website. It might be a reference to Interstate 60, but we’re not sure about it. Anyway, the website is far from being great: starting with the black and brown color theme, and ending with the basic layout. The software is all that you might want: NetEnt, Microgaming, NextGen, IGT, and others. They host about 350 games, and you’ll find everything you need among them.
The Welcome Offer includes three deposit bonuses with a total amount up to €600, and the first deposit bonus is 100% up to €200 with 50x the bonus wagering. The bonus is sticky, by the way. In general, though, the place seems to be not bad, but we still don’t know why they put an ugly website in front, and a modern game lobby (which looks like a separate website) is accessible only upon registration. The Casino holds licenses from the two most reputable gambling regulators: UKGC and MGA, so you probably shouldn’t worry about any complaints or issues.
Just a second, though, hold off on rushing out to find a Millionaire Casino no deposit bonus. Stick around to see exactly why we think this place is lame.
- Licensed by the UKGC and the MGA;
- The website is protected by SSL encryption protocol;
- Lots of well-known software providers;
- 24/7 live chat support.
- Too high wagering requirements;
- A predatory clause on UK players’ account dormancy;
- No phone support.
Fun fact: no one has won a million at Millionaire Casino online just yet (as far as we can tell, otherwise it would have been on the news). We’ll be fair and give them some more time to justify the name though, as they opened not so long ago - in 2012. They hold two licenses, from both the UK Gambling Commission and Malta Gaming Authority, and is a ProgressPlay group’s white label casino.
The website itself looks bland and outdated, but when you try to register - you’ll be redirected to game lobby that looks different and is modern and flashy. Still not perfect, though. As a part of ProgressPlay group, the Casino has few peculiar clauses in T&C that aren’t acceptable and leave a lot of space for divergent interpretations. The first clause is bonus-related, and we’ll explain it later. The second clause is related to UK residents, and it states that all UK accounts have special dormancy rules. When such account is being unused for six months, it becomes dormant, and the Casino starts to levy a monthly administration fee from it. The fee is rated at 10% of the account balance at the time when dormancy period begins. This rule works for all ProgressPlay casinos, so don’t leave your funds on their accounts for too long.
“The website looks worse than average, but the game lobby is fine.”
Banking: The banking and withdrawal options are far from numerous, but cover most popular e-wallets (Neteller, Skrill), credit cards (Visa, Mastercard), and other options (Ukash, iDeal). All transactions are subject to 3-days pending and 1-day processing periods before the transfer itself begins. It’s very slow: the overall transaction time is five days for eWallets and ten days for credit/debit cards.
Customer Support: Support can be reached through the live chat or email around-the-clock. Live chat works properly and is the most helpful option.
Software and Game Variety
Millionaire Casino runs exclusively in instant play mode, no need to download anything. The games are provided by several popular developers: Microgaming, NetEnt, Nyx and 1x2 Gaming to name a few. The total number of games reaches 350.
- Slots: Starburst, Immortal Romance, Andre the Giant;
- Table/Card Games: Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Six Shooter;
- Video Poker: Double Bonus, Louisiana Bonus, Deuces Wild;
- Specialty Games: Keno, Bingo, Lotto;
- Arcade Games: Fruit Blast, Germinator, Sunset Delight;
The slots section is nice, although the website doesn’t make it easy for players to explore it. Progressive jackpot games just have to receive special attention from here, right? Where else can you become a millionaire in a single spin of the reels? Ironically, not only the sheer amount of the jackpot slots is far from impressive (only ten games), but the largest jackpot sum doesn’t even reach a million (King Cashalot is currently at around €700k). What a bummer. There’s no separate section for Video Poker, so you should search for your favorite Aces and Faces in the Casino section.
“Ironically, not only there are only ten jackpot slots at Millionaire Casino, but the largest jackpot sum doesn’t even reach a million.”
Mobile ad Live Games
This site is mobile-friendly and works fine right in your mobile browser. As expected, the number of games is smaller than the desktop version, but there’s still something to choose from.
Live games are there, in their standard variety: Roulette, Blackjack, and Baccarat. Not too much, but above average, for sure.
Bonuses and Promotions
You get bonuses on your first three deposits as a part of the Welcome Package for new players, up to €600 total.
- First deposit: 100% match bonus up to €200 plus Free Spins
- Second: 25% match up to €200
- Third: 200% match up to €200
In case you’re wondering how many free spins you get - we’d like to know that too. They don't seem to provide such information anywhere in the terms and conditions. We’re sure it’s more than one though, otherwise it would have been a “free spin,” right? The wagering requirements on these bonuses are pretty high - 50 times the bonus amount. There is a specific clause about the bonus wagering requirements: the casino states that the requirements might double for the residents of “some countries,” but there is no list of them. They suggest you ask for it via email, and we suppose that their answer will be based on only their interests. There’s, even more: the bonus is non-withdrawable, which means that even after you complete the WR’s you can withdraw only the winnings from a bonus if there are more than its original amount.
There are lots of other promos too, so be sure to check out the website for more details.