Winner Casino has been around since 2014, and in their earlier history, they were a somewhat respectable casino. That no longer appears to be the case, though, with the casino now accused of using pirated games, as well as not having a valid license. Winnermillion claims to be licensed out of Curacao, although their licensing information doesn’t check out. The English language casino has made no effort to clear up these irregularities, so for the time being it is viewed as a rogue/blacklisted casino domain, and not to be trusted.
The casino accepts deposits made using Maestro, VISA, MasterCard, VISA Electron, Skrill, Neteller and Paysafecard, although as we’ve said, we wouldn’t deposit with them at this moment in time. They do offer customer support via live chat and e-mail, although nobody at their customer support team would confirm the rumours of pirated games in existence at their casino.
If we can’t trust the casino, we wouldn’t play with them. That goes double when it comes to claiming their welcome bonus offer, which contains dubious terms and conditions. A first deposit is worth a 150% match valid up to $1,500 with 50 free spins, whilst second and third deposits are worth matches of 200% and 250%, up to $1,000, and $500, respectively.
Other promotions and bonuses include happy hour deals, a player referral bonus, and a VIP Lounge. Such excessive bonuses are usually signs of a dodgy casino and so has proven to be the case with Winnermillion.
Games at Winnermillion Casino
On the face of it, the array of games you can find is very good. Titles from Net Entertainment, BetSoft Gaming, Playson, GameArt, Mr Slotty and Tom Horn Games make for an exciting collection, and that is the problem. Behind the face of it, Winnermillion doesn’t even have the right to offer some of these games. In-depth research has been done by LatestCasinoBonuses which shows that Winnermillion pirates its games from Net Entertainment, and that is illegal. Players need only check out the South Park slot (removed from NetEnt’s own range of games) to find it playable – this is one of many things which doesn’t add up at all.
Given the fact that Winnermillion is running pirated Net Entertainment games, cannot prove that they have a valid license out of Curacao, have what have been defined as “predatory” terms and conditions, we strongly suggest avoiding Winnermillion at all costs. There is a surplus of safer, far more trustworthy casinos out there.
breaking gambling news and information for gamblers