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Have you heard of Play Fortuna Casino?
I haven’t heard of them until today. Which I find a bit odd because they’ve been around for 4+ years now.
But maybe it’s because of their reviews and ratings.
The majority of reviews I’ve come across (from websites I trust) have mixed feelings about them. They gave PlayFortuna.com average ratings, for many reasons I can totally understand and get behind.
That said, they do have a good rating/review or three. Which makes my job of deciding whether we can recommend them to our readers a tad harder to do.
Curious to know what I ultimately decided on?
Keep reading to find out.
Playfortuna.com is operated by Netglobe Services Ltd. Their parent company name (according to their Curacao license) is Globonet LTD.
PlayFortuna.com has been online since 2013.
Funny thing – there’s not much about them around the web. Not as much as you’d think, at least, considering they’ve been online for 4+ years now.
Here’s what others say about them:
You could say their reputation is average-ish.
The regulation thing is a bit worrisome, but that’s the case at many casinos these guys recommend. If you want tight regulations and rules – something most people would agree is a good thing – then you should be playing at the Bet365s, 888s and Will Hills of the world. Not some random casino.
So, I’m not sure I feel the same way about that.
That said, I DO feel the same way about Play Fortuna’s cash out limits. I think they’re too restrictive, and I wouldn’t play here because of them.
But, it’s not as if Play Fortuna is hiding them. You know what you’re getting yourself into – assuming you read their terms and/or every word of this review – as you should be doing.
The bottom line – you know what you’re getting into BEFORE you sign up. I saw no danger outside of this in terms of scam/scandal accusations, so I think their reputation is fine.
They do not accept players from the following countries:
You can contact them using the following channels:
You can make a deposit using:
Your cash out options include:
The amount you can cash out depends on your player account/status. Here’s what that looks like:
|Status||Daily Limit||Weekly Limit||Monthly Limit|
They also have this rule, which I think is a bit messed up:
The amount of bets for the player must exceed their deposit(-s) at least three times from the moment of the last payout or zero balance. Should the player refuse to make the required amount of bets, Play Fortuna reserves the right to withhold a 10% commission on the withdrawn amount and to nullify winnings coming from bonuses, free spins or added points;
I think that’s a pretty steep requirement, in terms of both the rollover and 10% commission. Both are much higher than you’d see at other casinos.
I think so.
I’m not 100% sure because their Bonuses link from their main navigation is broken – it goes to a 404 page. The only offers I was able to find was in their content slider at the top.
Here’s what I managed to find out:
The max you can claim from this offer is $500. The playthrough is 20x the bonus.
I didn’t see any other offers, but I did email them to ask what else they may have. I haven’t heard back yet. I’ll update this if/when I do.
One thing that’s sort of promo-ish are their slot tournaments. It looks like these run for a week or so at a time. The winners share a 3,000,000-point prize pool.
What’s neat about these tournaments is that the games you can play change from tournament to tournament. It keeps the tournament from getting stale.
It looks like they run these tournaments every week or two weeks. You can see them all on their site.
It looks like it.
Their VIP program, or rather your player status, is largely, if not completely determined by the number of deposits you make in a 30-day period.
Here’s what that looks like:
|Status||Amount of Deposits for the Month|
|Silver||$250 or equivalent|
|Gold||$1,000 or equivalent|
|VIP||$2,500 or equivalent|
|Platinum||$5,000 or equivalent|
Once you reach a tier you’ll need to do it again the following month to keep it. That may or may not be worth it to you depending on your opinion of the following VIP perks:
|Coefficient of point calculation||1||1.05||1.1||1.15||1.2|
|Wagers of bonuses||x45||x40||x35||x35||x30|
|Participation in promotions and sweepstakes||No||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Free entry to special tournaments||No||No||No||Yes||Yes|
I think these are okay. It’d be better if they let you keep your status for a few weeks or an extra month. Because I can see how it could get a bit tiring and expensive to maintain the higher VIP levels each month.
They should at least let the higher tiers keep their statuses for 1-2 months at a time.
But there’s that. They do a points-for-cashback program, too.
However, as you move up you’ll earn cashback at a faster rate – somewhere between 5-20% depending on your status.
You can also get an improved exchange rate, depending on your status and the number of points you have.
Here’s what that looks like:
|1 000||1 000||First-timer|
|20 000||925*||Active player|
|500 000||600*||Reputable player|
|1 000 000||500*||Sage|
It’s pretty cool you can basically cut the exchange rate in half with enough deposits and points. Though you have to spend a lot of money before you’ll have 1,000,000 points to turn in.
I wonder if anyone has actually managed to pull that off.
The software providers that PlayFortuna.com works with include:
These are top-notch software companies with some of the best games in the business. You’ll get to choose from a variety of slots, progressive jackpot games, live dealer, table and video poker games.
We’ll look at some examples here in just a minute.
PlayFortuna.com is an instant play casino – no download’s needed – you play all their games from your browser window.
Their casino is mobile-responsive, too – this means you should have no problem playing their games from most modern mobile devices.
Here are some examples of the games you’ll find at Play Fortuna and any thoughts we may have about them.
Most of what I saw were your generic slot machines. The ones where you wouldn’t recognize the title, but you’d recognize the theme; the type of slots that make up 90% of a casino’s slot selection.
In other words, they have slots revolving around:
And so on.
But that doesn’t mean they don’t have any licensed titles. They do – you just have to search for them. For example, here are a few licensed slot titles I found:
And so on.
One type of slot I didn’t see much of – other than Hellboy – are slots revolving around comic book heroes. But that’s not as much a complaint as it is an observation.
Most of the games here are the same, but with different dealers or table minimums.
What I liked about some of these is that they post the min/max limits. What I liked even more is that some of these games have min betting limits as low as $2, which isn’t much higher than your traditional online table game.
There were almost 50 table games unavailable to me (using a VPN thru Canada). But even the list above and the games available that I DIDN’T include would be more than enough. So, they have a good selection of table games for sure.
There were a few other duplicate variants, as well as nearly 10 video poker games that were unavailable to players in Canada. Overall, they have more than 20 different video poker machines.
The following list of games are from their lottery tab that’s within the row of other game tabs. This isn’t the main lottery link in their main navigation, which I was unable to access without an account.
Nothing to add here. This is just your standard list of scratch tickets and general games.
They have an excellent casino. Plenty of volume and variety – two things all casinos should have.
One thing to keep in mind while playing here is that there may be games unavailable to you due to where you’re playing from. This isn’t because of PlayFortuna.com, but instead the software provider and the rules they have to follow.
You’ll know when this is happening when a game has “This Game is Currently Unavailable in This Country” written over it and is unclickable.
That’s probably my biggest complaint, yet it’s no one’s fault, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.
They seem like a solid casino. It’s funny I haven’t heard of them until now.
I wish they had more offers. But they do have a VIP program and comps-to-cashback incentive.
Other than that, my biggest complaint is how they tie their cash outs to your player level. You have to deposit so much money to be able to cash out a max of $30,000 per month.
That’s bogus. If you have $5,000 to spend per month gambling, there’s a good chance you can wager enough to hit a jackpot or big win here and there. In other words, it’s very possible with that bankroll to 6x it playing slots and table games.
My point — $30,000 is a bit restrictive. And I think it’s only worse for players on the bottom tiers.
I didn’t see anything about excluding VIPs or progressive jackpot winners from this rule, either. That’s a bummer.
Last thing – their 3x rollover on your deposit prior to cashing out or else you’ll get hit with a 10% penalty, is over the line. I’ve seen this rollover rule before, which I assume is to reduce deposits-to-immediate-cash outs, thus high processing costs.
But this is too much.
All that said, they have a solid casino and an okay reputation. Any negatives I mentioned are largely due to their crappy banking/cash out terms.
But if they don’t bother you, then I see no other reason not to check them out.