Up to $500
2 – 12 Days
That’s the question we’ll help you answer before the end of this review. Though, I have a slight feeling you’ll decide long before that.
In this review, we’ll answer common questions people have about casinos. More specifically, we’ll talk about Treasure Mile’s:
Then – assuming you make it that far – we’ll wrap up with a conclusion that includes our least and most favorite things about Treasure Mile, and ultimately, whether we recommend them to our readers.
Let’s get started.
Treasure Mile is one of several casinos under The Genesys Group of Casinos. The parent company was established in 2008, while Treasure Mile launched in 2009. So, they’ve been in business for about 8 years.
Treasure Mile is licensed in Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles.
Players from the following countries cannot play at Treasure Mile Casino:
That means that players from the USA can play here.
I didn’t find anything directly related to Treasure Mile. Nothing came up when I searched for ‘Treasure Mile Casino scam’ in Google.
But I did find something about their parent company. What I found is that the Genesys Group is tied to the Grand Prive group.
Why is this a problem?
Well, The Grand Prive developed a bad reputation for dropping affiliate partners, as well as for spamming. You can see some of , and .
From what I read it looks like the Genesys Group owns Grand Prive.
The problem with that should be clear. If Genesys owns Grand Prive, then any problems Grand Prive had or have is a result of ownership, and is more likely to happen with their other properties.
But this case isn’t so black and white. The reason – we don’t know when Genesys bought/took over Grand Prive. It’s possible they took over after Grand Prive screwed up, in which case you can’t hold much against Genesys – other than maybe not settling any player/affiliate balances Grand Prive owes.
If they did own them while they screwed everyone over, well, then, we’d blacklist this casino and all other casinos owned by them. Because why would you expect them to treat this casino or it’s partners any different?
But since few reviews make this connection – and, since there are no reports or press releases of when the acquisition took place – it’s hard to establish a timeline of events, much less determine how much we can trust Treasure Mile.
With all that said, with the exception of Grand Prive, I’ve seen or heard nothing about Genesys or Treasure Mile that would give me reason to outright blacklist them.
You can contact them using the following channels:
I contacted them by email to ask them a banking-related question. But it’s been 4 business days now and I have yet to hear back from them.
You can use:
The specific options available to you will depend on where you’re playing from. The only options Americans have – unfortunately – is Visa credit, debit and prepaid cards.
They don’t list any limits or fees (for deposits). And I sent them an email to ask about it …buuuut they never got back to me.
You can cash out using:
The minimum cash out is $100.
Fees will depend on the payment option you use and what country you’re from. But they’ll vary from $7 to $30.
Payment processing takes up to 48 hours, and payments will take 1-21 days to hit your account.
Yeah, they impose weekly cash out limits. These depend on your VIP status.
There’s also a limit on winnings of $250 to $1,000 for Silver, Gold and Platinum members who are playing on birthday or anniversary bonuses.
These weekly limits suck, but is not surprising and on par with other casinos. However, their terms say these limits are ‘until the entire withdrawal amount has been paid out in full,’ which leads me to believe this includes jackpot winnings. This sucks, because if you won a $100,000 jackpot, it would take about 15-16 months to fully cash it out at $1,500 per week.
And who knows what could happen during that time frame?
They have two offers:
The playthrough – according to their terms – is 40x the bonus. This is reasonable, but it’s for slots only – there’s a sliding scale for their other casino games.
Here’s what that looks like:
However – and this is really important – you won’t be able to play video poker or table games when clearing either of the first two offers. Treasure Mile has a rule that says you need to make 3 deposits before you’ll be able to clear a match bonus playing table or video poker games.
Treasure Mile doesn’t post any other offers on their website. They say that when you sign up to their casino, you’ll also be signed up to receive – at minimum – 2 emails per week. These emails will contain special offers just for you.
So, on one hand it sort of sucks they don’t post these offers on their website. But, on the other hand, if they’re sending you daily offers, this means they’re new offers – not offers you’ve seen 100 times before. Not only that, but if one offer doesn’t work for you – that’s okay – because there’s going to be another offer coming in the next day or two.
They offer a VIP loyalty program. It’s called the Genesys Club. It’s a multi-tiered program with the following 5 tiers:
The higher up you go, the more of these (improved) perks you get. They also have physical rewards, such as navigation systems, golf clubs, TVs, vacations and more, up for grabs.
The max cash out on winnings from a bonus is $100.
Other than that – since they send out offers 2+ times per week, you’ll want to become familiar with their bonus terms and conditions. You can read those by visiting their website.
Genesys uses Saucify, who – as best as I can tell – used to be known as BetOnSoft. They’re a relatively unknown, 2nd or 3rd tier software provider.
Treasure Mile says they have 120+ games, but if you believe Sauficy – who they get their games from – they have as many as 110 games, assuming Treasure Mile has all of Sauficy’s library on their site.
And it looks like they have a download, instant play and mobile casino. They say on their homepage that you can download their software to both Windows and Mac computers.
Their mobile page gives the impression that their mobile casino is only compatible with iOS. But since no app is needed – you play from your browser – I would also assume you could play from most newer gen Android devices, too. It wouldn’t hurt to try your Windows or BlackBerry device, either.
Here are some of the games you can play. We used the same headings Treasure Mile does to sort their games.
One thing that stood out to me while glancing over their slots list, is how some of the titles look identical to big name movies, games or other kinds of pop culture. Look at Reef Encounter (Finding Nemo), Nascash (NASCAR) and Aladdins Loot (Aladdin), and you’ll see exactly what I mean.
Other than that, they have a smaller list of slots than you’ll find at other casinos. But that’s not too shocking considering how Saucify only has around 110 games total.
Most of their selection is blackjack games or ‘elite’ variants of all their table games. Again, like their slots section, you can expect to find fewer table games. But they do cover the basics.
Not much to add here – just your average list of video poker machines
And that’s it.
They also have an ‘All Games’ heading so you can scroll through their entire list of games at once, if you prefer.
Overall, their game selection is average. They don’t have a lot of games, nor do they cover a lot of variants. That said, I do think it’s neat they have slots that mirror big name movies or sports – and get away with doing so.
Here are our final thoughts about Treasure Mile Casino.
My biggest complaint is their connection to Grand Prive. It’s hard to know if you can trust them, which means, I assume, that many people won’t.
And can you blame them?
Other than that, I’m not a fan of their weekly cash out limits. Especially if it applies to jackpot winners. Combined with their connection to Grand Prive, and who knows if you’d collect an entire jackpot.
I’d also like to see more US-friendly deposit options – MasterCard, some sort of wire/cash transfer and bitcoin would all be good options to add.
It’d be nice if they responded to my email, too.
While the game library is small, the fact that they use a different software provider than nearly everyone else makes them unique.
I also like how they send out promotions by email a couple 2-3 times per week. This means you’ll always get the freshest offers, as opposed to dated, boring offers other casinos have on their promotions page for weeks at a time.
Eh, I’m not so sure I’d play here. Which means I can’t recommend you play here. There are two main reasons why:
For that reason, I think most people can pass. But you can check them out yourself, see if Saucify’s games are worth the risk. They didn’t look worthy of an exception to me, but I’ll leave that for you to decide.