Casino Midas Review
This is my review of Casino Midas.
Are you familiar with the story of King Midas found in Greek mythology? Well, neither am I, to be honest, but I do remember some bits and pieces about this dude. The thing that stood out from him the most is the fact that he could turn everything that he touched to gold. While this does seem like a cool skill to have—being able to turn yourself into wealthy, wealthy, man or woman—it is not as much fun when you accidentally also turn your loved ones into mindless metal. Oops!
Casino Midas Casino first manifested in 2012. The group behind them is called Luckland Group B.V., although finding this information is not exactly a walk in the park. More on this—and a bunch of other things—in just a bit!
Looks and feel of Casino Midas
If you like 24-carat gold, there is no doubt that you will find the landing page of Casino Midas most pleasant. There are beautiful pictures of golden crowns and golden nuggets all over the place, with gold dust gently falling from the top of the page. This imagery certainly makes you dream about all the riches that you could have and all the gold that you could by if you were to hit a jackpot or something…
Visually speaking, Casino Midas has to be one of the most appealing online casinos that I have seen in a while, but does this equate to a great gambling experience? We will see!
Bonuses and rewards
Casino Midas promises its newest signees what is called a Golden Welcome. This welcome package features three deposit bonuses that range from 100% to 150% each. The casino itself says the offer is too good to miss, but with me being a critic, I almost think it is too good to be true…
The bonus terms and conditions could, in fact, be a bit more lenient. The wagering requirements themselves are rather high here, but it is the disclaimers at the bottom that really sent chills down my spine. The casino says, for example, that it is in its sole discretion to determine whether players have been taking advantage of rules in any which way. To me, it sounds like the casino is essentially giving itself permission to forfeit people’s winnings on a whim. At the very least, they were hammering the point home a bit too enthusiastically.
Casino Midas features slots, table games, progressives, video poker, speciality game and scratch cards from Real Time Gaming or RTG. No live casino games are present, though, and neither are games from any other big game providers like NetEnt, Microgaming, Quickspin or Play’n GO.
Safety and security
Casino Midas is operating under a Curacao license, which is always less-than-ideal. This casino is simply not strong enough to disallow foul play. As a matter of fact, the Curacao license is both pretty easy to get and quite difficult to lose.
According to my research, Casino Midas’ reputation is not necessarily all that great. If you want to play here, be sure to take your time to familiarise yourself with all the rules before you go and make a mistake that you can be held accountable for. In addition to this, it might be best to try and document your gaming so that you have proof if something happens.
Banking options at Casino Midas
There is no shortage of banking options at Casino Midas. Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller and Bitcoin, among many others, are all involved. The processing of withdrawals can take up to 96 hours (4 full days), though, which is rather long in modern standards.
Casino Midas’ support team is working 24 hours a day. The support agent that I got to talk to was very friendly and fast in her replies.
My experience at Casino Midas
Casino Midas does not seem like one of the worst Curacao casinos. In fact, putting your trust in them should be a pretty safe bet. Still, you can never be too sure about casinos with weak licenses, and Casino Midas is not exactly being transparent about their origins and owner. When you compare this to some of the publicly traded online casino companies, you can probably see where the problem lies.