Winnermillion Casino Review
Winnermillion Casino Review
Winnermillion is a sleek casino site operated by LSMedia N.V.
The company focuses on making Winnermillion a positive brand that will always please customers, through consistent service, a good choice of games and plenty of peripheral qualities that make a casino better, such as speedy withdrawals.
This site offers 24/7 support and a large welcome package over three deposits, with maximum amounts in the thousands. This should be very interesting for newbies and old hands alike. Site slots come from some unusual providers like Tomhorn, but they offer an interesting mixture that players may not have seen before.
The game lobby is somewhat interrupted by a huge advertising graphic, but the game display is a neat set of tiles with real and demo play easily found. Players can filter by provider, search for a game or use some broad categories. Games load almost instantly, appearing almost full-screen (though this depends on the game). There is no special background or overlay sadly, so presentation is a little lacking compared to other new sites.
The site providers are Tomhorn, MrSlotty and Playson. The latter has some of the best titles, but all have their own style and approach. Blackbeard’s Quest is a fun pirate adventure by Tomhorn, or they have the tongue-twisting Midnight Knights for some medieval action. Viking fans have the Thor and Loki slot, Irish theme lovers have Clover Tales and for something very different, there’s Zombirthday.
A standout title here is Chicago, a gangster thriller slot with fun features. However, there appears to be a shortage of jackpot games.
The table games include blackjack and roulette, but that’s about it. The site is short on variants and special games, but does have keno. There is no video poker, sadly. Fortunately, there are live casino games to shore this selection up.
Winnermillion offers live dealer games by Ezugi. This includes a choice of studios- Baltic, Europe or America, giving some variety of dealers and environments. The games on offer include blackjack, roulette, baccarat, keno and an unusual hybrid blackjack.
The Ezugi software is fast and opens into a mini lobby, where players will find special games like Dragon Tiger. The open tables and dealers can be seen easily before you choose a room. Inside, the games blend a live steam with a table interface, along with a choice of camera angles.
Winnermillion does not currently offer any apps, but does have a mobile site that most players will be able to use. Visiting the site through a mobile or tablet browser will load the optimised version of the casino.
The mobile site retains the branding of the main site, but does appear a little basic and images are squashed in places. Expanding menus are used to save space. Games are shown on tiles with a simple vertical scrolling system. The selection is not complete and players may find this site awkward to use, but it is a serviceable mobile casino.
Winnermillion offers players a mixture of languages to view the site, which is a great touch for internationalisation. Support can be found from the Contact Us page under More, along with a getting started guide that should be useful for newcomers.
The contact page offers a number and email form, or there’s a live chat option on a floating panel at the bottom right. The team are very helpful but the live help is not 24/7. An FAQ page would be ideal, to fill the gap somewhat.
Winnermillion is licensed by the government of Curacao and has the seal of approval of GamblingJudge. Games are tested for fair randomness by the iTech Labs. There’s also a full responsible gaming area, with options to limit player spending or cool off.
Security is provided by Comodo with a valid certificate, however connections do not consistently read as fully secure. Fortunately, payments are protected by technology like SecureCode and Verified by Visa.
This site accepts payments through MasterCard, Visa, Maestro, Visa Electron, Skrill, Neteller and PaySafeCard. This covers all the main avenues, but some more e-wallets or a mobile option would be an improvement.
The site’s cashier is quick to use and straightforward. Withdrawals seem to take around 2-5 working days.