Parasino Casino Review
We didn’t really get the name, and there are some not-very-good associations with it. Let’s just let them be and get right to the point. Parasino Casino is a nice gaming playground powered by NetEnt, Elk, NextGen, and some other top-notch providers. They offer more than a thousand games in all popular genres.
New players are granted a decent Welcome Offer. The very first deposit bonus is a 100% match up to €200, plus 20 spins upon registration, and then you get 40 spins for both second and third deposits. The WR’s are x35 the bonus, but there are other limitations, so you better check the T&C’s and our full review. The casino has a kinda tricky reputation, but as far as we know it’s not related to player issues - so it’s relatively safe to play here.
- Decent Welcome Bonus;
- Fair WR’s;
- The website is available in 20 languages;
- Good choice of non-slot games, including Backgammon and Belote.
- No 24/7 support;
- No phone support;
- Too poor choice of withdrawal options.
Parasino Casino opened its virtual doors in 2012. It’s licensed and regulated by the government of Curacao. The casino is also certificated by the eCORGA. It uses the advanced SSL protocol to ensure the safety of players’ personal data.
At first sight, the casino’s website looks pretty nice, colorful, with many pictures and animations around. There are actually too many pictures: their main page is a picture, and it takes a few seconds to realize that you can’t scroll that banner down. Still, in all other sections, it looks more interesting. The navigation is convenient, all info is accessible.
The casino is available in 20 languages… Wow, they definitely want to cover a wide audience.
Another thing for you to mention is that Parasino Casino has a blacklisted status on some casino review websites. It occurred due to some complications of a casino reviewer with the customer support service, and to the first post of the casino representative on theme forum, which was a bit spammy. We won’t put the blame on Parasino until there is more evidence of their unreliability. Now you know the situation and can build your decisions upon it.
Customer Support: Now about the customer support. Their team of representatives doesn’t work 24/7. You can reach them via live chat between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. Outside this time you can leave them a message.
Banking: The selection of banking methods is not wide. If you wanna withdraw your funds, you can use only Skrill, Neteller or EcoPayz. Withdrawal pending time is pretty short (3-12 hours), but the e-wallet transactions still take from 24 to 48 hours, which is no good.
Software and Game Variety
Parasino Casino features rather a diverse collection of games. It is powered by NetEnt though there are many video games from other well-known providers, such as Elk, NextGen, and several other ones. Overall, they offer more than 1000 video games. Of course, slots make up the main part of their games library.
- Slots: Starburst, Poltava, Medusa II;
- Table/Card Games: Roulette, Baccarat, Blackjack, Hold’em, Stud;
- Video Poker: Deuces Wild, Jacks or Better, Joker Wild;
- Specialty Games: Bingo, Keno, Scratch Cards;
Mobile and Live Gaming
Live game fans can play Live Baccarat, Live Dice Duel, and Live Wheel. You can also visit their “Live Casino” section featuring many live-dealer games, but it’s available only after the registration.
Parasino Casino has a mobile version which is even much more convenient than the full version of the website.
So, you can enjoy playing many popular video games while you’re on the go.
Bonuses and Promotions
The Welcome Bonus in Parasino Casino is decent. They Welcome newcomers with a 100% match reward on the 1st deposit up to €200 plus 20 free spins on Pimped slot. Besides, you can get 40 free spins on Golden Legend slot for the 2nd deposit and 40 free spins on Spin Party for the 3rd deposit. The wagering requirements are standard - x35 the bonus amount and the free spins winnings.
You can also learn more about such promos and bonus deals as Reload Bonus, Weekend Bonus and Skrill Bonus on their “Promotions” page.