The Welcome Bonus is not capable of enhancing the casino’s rating - it is a huge 300% match, up to €3,000, but with rather disappointing 30xB+D wagering requirements. Moreover, once you wager the whole bonus, you’ll find out that it’s not withdrawable - the casino allows the players to withdraw only the winnings from the welcome offer. If customer support is the most important feature for you, and you don’t care about anything else, then Two-Up Casino could be a nice spot to stay at since the assistance is really good here.
Two-Up Casino is an Australian venue, which holds a license granted by Curacao Egaming. Its logo represents a famous Australian gambling game, which bears the same name as the casino - Two-Up.
What do we expect from new casinos? Maybe a good library of games from great software developers? A nice welcome offer? Well, Two-Up Casino doesn’t have either of the things listed above. Why was it launched? Anyway, it’s gonna be tremendously difficult for the casino to compete for players.
The website has a crappy design - the green background and the lack of 3D images give the impression of a casino from the 90s. Actually, the navigation is not any better. The overall appearance of the casino can be described in several words - a train wreck.
Customer Support: The support at Two-Up Casino is offered via the most common options: live chat, email, and toll-free phone for the residents of Australia and the USA. Actually, the casino does not state whether you can reach them around the clock. But we were persistent - we contacted the support and received the following answer: “We are here 24/7 for you.”
The customer support is available 24/7.
Banking: Honestly, the banking methods could not be worse. The casino offers only two options for the deposit purposes: credit cards and Bitcoin. To withdraw your funds, you can use the same methods, plus Wire Transfers. If you think that the word “two” in the casino’s name indicates the number of days that are needed to process a withdrawal, then you’re wrong - it takes up to 7 business days to deliver funds to your account. Well, at least the withdrawal limit is not that bad - €2,000 per week.
Trends and Popularity
Two-Up casino is an Australian-focused website, so it’s logical that most of its visitors are from Australia. The highest point in its popularity was several months ago, so we can assume that it’s a start of their rise. You can also notice it on the graphic below.
Software and Game Variety
It’s likely that Two-Up Casino will let you down when you find out about the software it has. The sole developer is Real Time Gaming, which provides the casino’s library with about 200 games:
- Slots: Achilles, Asgard, Bubble Bubble;
- Table Games: Hold’em, Blackjack, Baccarat;
- Video Poker: Aces and Eights, Deuces Wild, Seves Wild;
- Other Games: Craps, Keno, Treasure Free;
Two-Up Mobile and Live Gaming
Two-Up Casino is fully compatible with your mobile devices, but the library of games is smaller than on a PC.
Well, we didn’t even expect to find any live games here, since the library of regular casino games is extremely small. And our intuition was correct - Two-Up Casino does not offer games with live dealer.
Bonuses and Promotions
Two-Up Casino offers you a 300% match on the first deposit, with no bonus limit. They limit the maximum deposit amount instead - €1,000 per transaction. Hence the maximum deposit match you can receive is €3,000. We’ve done all the calculation for you. No need to thank us.
And now it’s time to descend into hell: the first train wreck is the wagering requirements - players have to wager the bonus and deposit amount depending on the game type they choose:
- 30 times for slots, keno, bingo, and scratch cards;
- 35 times for all card games;
The second drawback will lead you directly to the devil - the welcome bonus is sticky and can’t be withdrawn unlike the one offered by Kudos Casino. At least there is no bet limit - such a “good-hearted” devil.
The Welcome Bonus is sticky - it can’t be withdrawn.
There is a pretty appealing loyalty program - players get 1 comp point per every €10 wagered (100 Points = 1€). The money you get from the comp points has neither max cash out or wagering requirements - cool!