They designed their website with a minimum of effort, didn’t add a live chat option, and forgot to mention their withdrawal limits. The game library is pretty nice, with over 350 titles from NetEnt, Microgaming, Play N’ Go, and Aberrant, but the collection doesn’t include any live games. As a new player, you will get a sticky 100% first deposit bonus, up to €200, plus 200 free spins on top. Well, at least, the wagering requirements are fair - 30 times the bonus.
As a rule, most modern casinos praise themselves in their “About Us” section, for being the best casino in the world, and offering the greatest game selection you couldn’t even dream of. Surprisingly, Violet Casino is not one of those. They simply let you know that they are operated by Innovus N. V. and hold a license from the government of Curacao. They also ask you to read their T&Cs and wish you have a good time.
Speaking of the website itself - it looks too simple and too… violet. Boom! We bet you didn’t expect the casino to be designed in violet (at least these guys stand for the name of their casino, unlike Super Casino, which is not even close to be cool). Actually, they could put more efforts in making the website more attractive, as there are no pictures in the background, and almost nothing is moving. However, we do like their fast registration process, which doesn’t require too much info from you. The website is available in 4 languages: English, Swedish, Finnish, and Norwegian.
Speaking of the website itself - it looks too simple and too… violet. Boom! We bet you didn’t expect the casino to be designed in violet.
Customer Support: The support service could be much better. As of now, you can contact the casino agents only by sending them an email, making a phone call, or using the so-called “ticket” system. Well, it’s like a slow version of a live chat, where you have to wait for a long time after every message written. Their FAQ section can hardly be helpful, featuring the questions like “How do I win?”.
Banking: The selection of the withdrawal options is also tight. It includes only Visa, MasterCard, Skrill, Neteller, and Bank Transfer. The withdrawal time takes up to 24 hours for the eWallets and up to 7 days for the credit cards. Sadly, they mention nothing about their payout limits.
Software and Game Variety
Violet Casino offers a decent game collection powered by some of the best software developers in the industry. These are NetEnt, Microgaming, Play N’ Go, and Aberrant. Overall, you have over 350 game titles of different styles to choose from. It’s really nice of them to specify the provider under each game, but if they had a provider filter, it would be even much better. There’s also a search function available, which is a big plus.
So, here are some of their games:
- Slots: Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, Immortal Romance, Book of Dead;
- Jackpots: Arabian Nights, Hall of Gods, Mega Fortune, Gold Rush;
- Table Games: Blackjack, Pontoon, Caribbean Stud, Casino Hold’em;
- Video Poker: All American, Aces and Faces, Deuces Wild, Jacks or Better;
- Other Games: Bingo, Keno, Scratch Cards.
Violet Mobile and Live Games
If you are a true fan of live games, then Violet Casino is not for you. They don’t have any live gaming options.
At least, they do have a mobile version of the website. It works fine on many Android and iOS gadgets, and you don’t have to download any special software. Just open the casino in the browser and start playing.
Bonuses and Promotions
As a newcomer to Violet Casino, you will get a 100% match bonus, up to €200, plus 200 free spins on Starburst. The number of free spins is not fixed - it depends on the amount of your deposit. For example, if you wanna get all of them, you will have to deposit no less than €150.
The bonus itself is sticky, which means that it will be deducted from your balance when you’ll make a cashout.
The wagering requirements are 30 times the bonus amount, and the maximum allowed bet is €5. Everything seems to be fair, right? Too bad, we have to disappoint you - the bonus itself is sticky, which means that it will be deducted from your balance when you’ll make a cashout.