Casino Of Dreams Review
Casino Of Dreams
We can only assume that the name Casino Of Dreams was inspired by the Theatre Of Dreams. However it's important to note that the former has nothing to do with Old Trafford or Manchester United. In fact Casino Of Dreams is the first foray by Broadway Gaming into the slots world. They are behind brands such as Butlers Bingo and Rehab Bingo.
For Casino Of Dreams Broadway have chosen to stick with the familiar Microgaming platform. New players are welcomed with a 100% first deposit bonus on deposits of between £20 and £250. In addition there are 50 bonus spins on the Cool Buck Slot. Wagering terms of x50 will apply to any bonuses awarded.
Big Name Slots
The website itself has improved since our original review back in 2016. The site looks quite stylish with it's city at night backdrop. A searchlight can be seen amongst the floating cards and chips. The games are set out under various catgeories including Live Casino, Video Slots, Jackpots, 3 Reel Slots, Roulette, Blackjack and Poker. In short there's plenty here to keep most players busy.
As you'd expect from a Microgaming casino there are plenty of big name slots to play. These include Game Of Thrones, Tomb Raider, Avalon II, Thunderstruck II, Mega Moolah, The Dark Knight, King Cashalot and Bridesmaids. You do need to login to Casino Of Dreams to find out more about each game and demo play is no longer available. If you love 3 reel slots then Casino Of Dreams boasts 70 of them!
Poker & Live Casino
The Live Casino hosts a variety of games such as Money Wheel, Bacarrat, Roulette, Blackjack and Football Studio. Poker players are catered for with Stud, Three Card and Hold'em. In addition there's a decent selection of Video Poker games. Head to the Poker section for Double Joker Power, Aces & Eights, Deuces Wild, Deuces & Jokers and Joker Poker.
Casino Of Dreams doesn't seem to have a promotions section but they do offer Rewards! Players earn 1 Loyalty Token for every £10 wagered in the casino. Every 5000 loyalty tokens unlocks £10 worth of Casino Bonuses. In reality that means you get a £10 bonus with every £50,000 wagered (or a bonus of 0.02%). Throw in the x50 wagering term and you'd be right in not feeling well rewarded.
Thankfully there are more accessible bonuses and spins. Deposit £20 or more and unlock 7 days of Level 1 Daily Deals. The deals include free spins, deposit bonuses and bonus balance boosters (terms apply including x50 wagering). Loyal players can progress up higher levels to earn more rewards. 500 points are needed to go from Level 1 to 2.
Casino Of Dreams offers players a number of depositing options. However the minimum deposit is £20. The minimum withdrawal is also £20, but they will consider lower amounts. These will be subject to a service fee of £2 to cover admin charges. As far as we can determine there are withdrawal limits on progressive jackpots only - but it's unclear what these limits will be.
If you leave your Casino Of Dreams account for longer than 12 months without a login, then it's deemed to be dormant. In this case Casino Of Dreams will charge a monthly admin fee of £5 until you either login or funds are depleted. Although these terms aren't great they have actually improved.
Unfortunately the Microgaming platform isn't our favourite and that counts against Casino Of Dreams. The x50 wagering term is quite hefty too and the Loyalty Rewards part of their VIP program is poor. Other casinos can also manage £5 min deposits and £10 withdrawals so the £20 level doesn't please us. On the plus side there are some good games and progressives - and an excellent assortment of 3 reel slots.
Launched: January 2016
Owner: Broadway Gaming
Licence: Malta Gaming Authority
Casino Games: Blackjack, Roulette, Dream Catcher, Live Casino
Popular Slots: Playboy Gold, King Tusk, Thunderstruck II, Gold Factory
Minimum Deposit: £10 Minimum Withdrawal: £20
Wagering Terms: x50 for games
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Updated On Thursday 13th December 2018