Miami Dice Website Design and UX
In this Miami Dice review, we can see that the layout strongly reminiscent of the Casumo website. In fact, such is the resemblance we initially thought the casino was a stablemate, but no. The layout incorporates a similar left-sided panel for logins/ registrations and a similar feed detailing the latest winners. A horizontal game menu is also included with similar graphics while the site employs a similar structure in which sections are broken down into coloured blocks which are, um, similar to Casumo. Other than that, they look like two completely different sites. Shall we move on?
Miami Dice Casino Bonus and Promotions
The Miami Dice Welcome Bonus is something of an attention-getter considering the rest of the market in New Zealand nowadays: a 200% Welcome Bonus of up to NZ$2500 on first deposit plus 50 bonus spins. There are also bonuses on 2nd and 3rd deposits so it’s broken down thus:
- First Deposit: 200% up to NZ$2500 plus 50 free spins
- Second Deposit: 50% up to NZ$500 plus 100 free spins
- Third Deposit: 75% up to NZ$500 plus 50 free spins
However, upon further inspection, it seems that we have ourselves a fairly typical offering of 35x wagering requirements.
In addition to Miami Dice’s ‘meh’ welcome enticement, players are also eligible for cash prizes by depositing NZ$10 through a pokie-of-the-month competition. We weren’t able to ascertain exactly what these prizes are but suffice to say they involve cash.
There’s also a weekly pokies tournament which is actually more like a high-roller league. The five players wagering the most money on a chosen pokie win a NZ$20 casino bonus which is also subject to 35x wagering rules.
Finally, Miami Dice runs a competition in which members are entered into a draw for a holiday in Miami worth NZ$10,000. Players who don’t fancy a trip to the ‘Magic City’ will be given a cash alternative to the value of 75% of the holiday if they catch the managers on a good day. To be eligible, players need to earn 1000 Miami Dice points in a calendar month. So for entry, players need to deposit NZ$100.
The aforementioned points system is rather interestingly adjusted and requires players to deposit NZ$10 in order to be awarded 2 points (with the exception of the Miami holiday draw). Points are only valid if the cash account balance on each deposit is played through at least twice. However, new registrants are given 500 free loyalty points to get started which takes the edge off somewhat.
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Miami Dice Casino Games
Miami Dice can boast a catalogue of more than 400 casino games, of which most can be played for fun. The games are provided by a far wider variety of providers than many other casinos we’ve reviewed. So in addition to the already-mentioned NetEnt, Microgaming and NYX Gaming developers, gamers will also be able to play titles from the likes of Leandur, Merker, Genesis and Thunderkick.
Games open without the use of a browser pop-up which is quite unusual. Most online casinos have their games open in a separate window in an effort to keep visitors on-site. But on the Miami Dice website, the flash-based game area is basic and devoid of extras such as ‘recently played’ or ‘similar games’. Without a game browser, players merely navigate back to the lobby when they’ve had enough.
Miami Dice Casino Pokies
Miami Dice casino pokies number in the hundreds and comprise both big-name and lesser-known titles. Games like Aloha: Cluster Plays, Avalon and Dragonz, sit alongside titles such as Danger: High Voltage, Cool Wolf and uh, Fish Party. At least there’s plenty of variety, then. Thirty-six progressive pokies were available when we visited including the obligatory Divine, Mega and Cosmic Fortune games. Arabian Nights and Hall of Gods were also present and correct.
Live Dealer Games
They’re quite proud of their live dealer section over at Miami Dice. You can tell by the header promo and its pale, grinning croupiers who stand in front of a pink palm-tree backdrop and a sublime art-deco sunburst. That their pallor suggests they hail from Tower Hamlets as opposed to the sun-drenched climbs of South Florida is neither here nor there. What’s most significant is Miami Dice’s live section which makes use of award-winning software providers, Evolution Gaming. Mainstay table games such as baccarat and roulette are ready for play as is the Wheel of Fortune-like game, Dream Catcher, which is proliferating online at an alarming rate. The Netent Live Gaming platform is also included for additional blackjack and roulette tables.
Miami Dice Casino App and Mobile
Miami Dice have leapt onto the mobile-friendly charabanc along with most other casinos operated by sane people. The site looks pretty much the same as the desktop apart from the left-side menu, which now appears horizontally in portrait mode. Although the range of casino games is reduced to around 300, this should still be more than enough for most gamblers. The only downside being the omission of the live casino suite, but this is rather common with many platforms.
The Miami Dice VIP package is invite-only and organised into silver, gold, platinum and diamond tiers. Although they’re reluctant to mention the perks available to members, they do speak of high-roller offers, dedicated VIP account managers and invites to high-roller only tournaments. So while its music to the ears of big-spending gamblers, its Crockett’s Theme for the rank and filers.
Customer services are available 24/7 and include live chat as well as email addresses for queries and complaints. We weren’t able to find a telephone number and there’s also no FAQ section.
Miami Dice Review Summary
Despite bearing a startling resemblance to the Casumo website, Miami Dice actually has some of its own merits. The welcome package is ‘OK’, the range of games is quite competitive and the live section is more than adequate. While the level of support isn’t the best we’ve ever come across, it is at least a 24/7 operation. Mobile and tablet versions of the main website are also first-rate.
Miami Dice FAQs
Is Miami Dice Casino legit and safe?
Yes. Founded in 2016, Imperium Network Solutions LLC runs the show at Miami Dice Casino. The Malta Gaming Authority and the United Kingdom Gambling Commission have both certified that this online casino is safe and fair for players to use.
How long does it take to get paid out at Miami Dice Casino?
Miami Dice Casino withdrawal options and timeframes vary as stated below: Card Payments: 3-5 days, EWallets: 24 hours, Bank Transfers: 3-7 days, Cheques: Not available. Pending Time: 24-48 hours
What withdrawal options are available at Miami Dice Casino?
The cashout choices at Miami Dice Casino are as follows: Skrill, Trustly, Dotpay, Interac, Skrill, MasterCard, Visa, Sofortuberweisung, GiroPay, Wire Transfer, Skrill, and Neteller.
What deposit methods are available at Miami Dice Casino?
The deposit methods at Miami Dice Casino are as follows: You can pay with any of the following: Neteller, Skrill, PaySafeCard, Mastercard, VISA, Sofort Banking, Giropay, InstaDebit, Trustly, Maestro, Bank transfer, Interac, Finnish e-banking, Apple Pay, MuchBetter, Interac e-transfer, Klarna, and Interac.
What games can I play at Miami Dice Casino?
You can win real cash at Miami Dice Casino's extensive library of games. Pokies, Roulette, Blackjack, Video Poker, No Bingo, Baccarat, Jackpot Games, Live Dealer Games, and Scratch Cards are just some of the popular real money casino games you can play.
How Do I Sign Up at Miami Dice Casino?
To sign up at Miami Dice Casino, go to their website at miamidice.com and click REGISTER at the upper right corner of the page.
What are Miami Dice Casino wagering requirements?
A wagering requirement is a multiplier that determines how many times you must play a bonus amount before you can withdraw your winnings. At Miami Dice Casino, the wagering requirements vary per game.
Can I get a bonus at Miami Dice Casino?
Yes. New Players of Miami Dice Casino can get a 200% up to NZ$2,500 + 50 Bonus Spins upon signing up.
Who owns Miami Dice Casino?
Miami Dice Casino is an online casino owned and operated by White Hat Gaming Limited.
Does Miami Dice Casino offer free spins?
Miami Dice Casino offers a variety of bonuses including a welcome bonus where new players can get 200% up to NZ$2,500 plus 50 Free Spins.