Winner Million opened its doors in 2017, and we guess that its name tries to suggest that players have the potential to “win a million” when they play its games. The casino features a range of titles from different software providers, and even has a live casino. Newcomers are invited to treat themselves to a trio of welcome bonuses, and enjoy their favourite games at home or on the move via Winner Millions’ mobile-friendly instant-play platform. The site’s “About” page promises 24/7 customer service, huge progressive jackpot games, speedy deposits and withdrawals, bonuses with fair wagering requirements, and more. But, will it prove to be a winner in your eyes?
Winner Million looks very much the part with its smart dark-blue background, high-quality graphics, and spinning poker chip logo.
Across the top of the screen, you have the main menu, which lets you view the full list of casino and live casino games, promotions, contact information, and the Getting Started guide, as well as an option to change the default language to English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, or Finnish.
The members’ area is where you’d expect it to be – at the top-right – and here, you can either create a new account or sign in to your existing account.
The lower half of the homepage is occupied by the games lobby, which can be filtered by software provider, and also allows you to search for particular games.
At the bottom of the screen, there’s a fixed live help launcher that allows you to leave a message if no agents are available.
Despite the “About” page boasting 24/7 customer support, there were no agents available to talk to us via live chat on our last midweek visit between 2 PM and 3 PM. There is, however, the option to leave a message and the team will get back to you as quickly as possible. You can also get in touch via email, telephone, or online contact form.
The welcome bonus at Winner Million gives you the potential to stock up on £1,500 of bonus funds when you become a funded player. In fact, there are bonuses available on your first three deposits as follows:
- 1st deposit = 150% up to £1,500 plus 50 free spins;
- 2nd deposit = 200% up to £1,000;
- 3rd deposit = 250% up to £500.
However, the terms and conditions of the bonus offers are squirreled away in the site’s general T’s and C’s. To be eligible for the welcome bonus, you must deposit a minimum of £25 after receiving your free spins. Bizarrely, the wagering requirements will be advised by “customer service” and are not advertised! And, if you deposit less than £500, you can only withdraw a maximum of ten times the value of your deposit.
There are a couple of other offers listed on the site’s Promotions page such as Happy Thursday (enjoy a 20% reload bonus on your Thursday deposits), and Weekend Bonus (a 200% reload bonus plus a 30% cashback bonus on net losses incurred over the weekend).
You can also earn free spins worth £50 for every friend that you refer to Winner Million who makes a real cash deposit.
Winner Million is a multi-platform casino, and you can easily access its games via your web browser. You can choose to play games (with the exception of live dealer games) in demo or real-money mode. The cashier uses a non-complex design that makes it very easy to add and withdraw funds.
The Mobile page (to which you’ll find the link at the bottom of every page) explains that you can play on-the-move via Winner Million’s mobile platform. It’s been exclusively designed for iOS and Android devices, and allows you to play using your device’s web browser.
Winner Million is licensed by the Government of Curacao, but is not licensed or regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and, therefore, people from the UK play at their own risk. The site says that it uses iTech Labs Random Number Generator software to provide random and fair results, and SSL security is used to protect your financial transactions.
However, at the time of writing, there have been some unfavourable reports about Winner Million operating without a valid license and using pirated NetEnt games. And, according to one internet review site, the software is cloned, and the customer service department asked a player to send them a photograph of their bank card with the CVC number uncovered.
There are around 200 games to choose from at Winner Million, and the software suppliers range from Ezugi and Playson to Tomhorn and Mr Slotty, so it’s unlikely that you’ll have encountered many of the available titles at other UK online casinos.
The video slots include Attraction, Aladdin’s Lamp, Golf Championship, and Chicago, but we were unable to identify any of the promised progressive jackpot slots.
You can also play a limited number of table games like blackjack and roulette, as well as Ezugi live dealer suites including Live Casino Europe, which features table like Live Roulette, Dragon Tiger, Live Baccarat, and Live Casino Hold’em.
Finally, there are four non-live keno variants and one live keno game.
Winner Million accepts a quite limited number of banking options, including Paysafecard, Maestro, MasterCard, Visa, Skrill, and Neteller. According to the general terms and conditions, withdraws may take up to eighteen working days and payments can be made in several instalments, which completely contradicts the promises of “speedy deposits and withdrawals) that are made on the casino’s “About” page.
The only information we could find about the VIP Lounge at Winner Million was a very small section on the Promotions page which states that you can only become a VIP by making a minimum deposit of £2,000. VIP benefits include a dedicated VIP account manager, exclusive bonus offers, and cashback bonuses on every deposit.
Although Winner Million achieves an overall three-star rating from our team, we remain concerned about the casino’s lack of UK operating license. Also, factoring in the worrying scam reports that have appeared on various casino review websites over the past twelve months, we’d be inclined to steer clear of this site for the time being.