Founded in the 1990’s under the original name Cirrus Casino, it was rebranded as Dreams Casino in the hopes of shedding its extremely poor customer relations and payout system. To some effect it has, but there are still lingering problems that prevent this from being a top notch casino.
Their security is managed with bank quality SSL encryption and games are audited by TST to ensure the games are not unfairly biased against the player.
The VIP program has five levels allowing a player to jump into higher levels with greater initial deposits; otherwise the levels will increase as the tally of lifetime deposits accumulate. It starts off at a$100 welcome bonus chip going all the way to $1000. For every $1250 that is wagered a Comp point is earned and this is greatly reduced to every $300 once the highest level is reached.
We still do not recommend Dreams Casino due to a number of complaints lodged over the years namely regarding winners not getting paid at all and unexplainable waiting times to process. Winners have been treated unfairly by rules and conditions that aren’t explained clearly which result in their gains being forfeited. For example you cannot claims two sets of free chips in a row, which many players could not resist the lure, especially when the multiple offerings were blatantly promoted.
Other times the casino has claimed that players have committed deposit bonuses abuse and not gone on to explain how or why. Quite often he breaking of a single rule with result in a complete forfeiture of winnings or having a locked account.
Even now, the biggest warning light is the fact they themselves cannot commit to exact payout timeframes for withdrawals, leaving punters in the lurch for weeks or sometimes even months.
Games at Dreams Casino
Jump into firm favourites like Super 21, Baccarat, Tri-Card Poker, Casino War and Pai Gow Poker with many many other classics available.
They only support only Blackjack and Keno in the mobile casino for now.