Times Square Casino Review
Welcome to New York at night! Newly launched Times Square Casino meets players with an exciting and vibrant NY nightlife feel, provides about 500 slots and table games by NetEnt, NextGen, Elk Studios, Extreme Gaming and several other developers, and offers as much as €1,200 in bonuses to all of their new members.
The new kid in town is owned and operated by Game Tech Group, the same company which is managing its slightly older sister, Enzo Casino. While it will open its door to players from around the world, those residing in USA, Turkey, Israel and Singapore unfortunately won’t be able to register and play for cash.
The 300% Welcome Bonus offers new players to collect up to €1,200 in bonuses with their first 3 deposits. Related communication is unfortunately not clear enough to conclude whether the max cap applies to each of the deposits, or all three combined. In any case, bonus and deposit will have to be wagered 35 times before a withdrawal can be made. If you happen to be a high-roller, you can receive up to €2,000 bonus on your first deposit of €500 minimum.
- 300% first deposit bonus up to €1200 free with bonus code TSQ300
- 15% Payment Method Deposit Bonus
Special 15% Payment Method Deposit Bonus is available should you choose to boost your balance by €20 or more using Neteller, Skrill, PostePay, Giropay or Sofort. Weekly 50% cashback offer is another one ambiguously explained, apparently also available with the first deposits rather than on ongoing basis. All deposit bonuses are automatically credited following a successful payment into a player’s account, and if you wish to cancel them, you’ll need to contact customer support. In each instance, bonus money is virtual and cannot be withdrawn.
The Casino additionally features a VIP loyalty program implemented via comp point collection. You’ll receive 1 point for every €10 wagered on slots, and as you move up the four-tiered ladder, they’ll be dished out up to 20% faster. Points are redeemable for cash at the rate of 100 for €1.
Operated by Game Tech Group
Audited by Gaming Laboratories International
Times Square Casino is licensed and regulated by the Government of Curacao. While one of the oldest providers of regulated eGaming services, and at the same time highly attractive for operators, Curacao Internet Gambling Association (CIGA) is not known for providing high level of player protection nor will it be of assistance should you decide to file a complaint. However, rest assured that the implemented 128-bit SSL encryption technology enables secure transfer of sensitive data over the Internet to firewall-protected servers, and an RNG, audited by Gaming Laboratories International, is in place to guarantee game outcomes are random and fair.
Software & Game Selection
On top of already mentioned NetEnt, NextGen and Elk Studios, library is additionally stocked by games from Amaya, Lightning Box, Leander, 1×2 Gaming, GameArt, Gamescale and Fugaso. They can all be launched via the browser of your desktop or mobile device, and played for real money or for fun. This should give you plenty of opportunity to learn and practice before wagering real cash.
Choosing to work with an interesting mix of developers has resulted in a unique collection of 400+ slots, many of which you won’t easily find elsewhere. However, there is no separate Jackpots section, and as far as we can see, no progressives are to be found within the gaming catalogue.
Selection of about 30 table games offers several Roulette, Blackjack, Poker an Baccarat varieties, along with Craps, Sic Bo and Sharp Shooter. You’ll additionally get to choose among a small number of Video Pokers and a decent collection of Scratch Cards. Live Casino powered by Extreme Live Gaming provides a couple of Blackjack and Baccarat Games, though it will probably be most attractive to Roulette fans thanks to more interesting executions such as Golden Ball, Dolphin’s, and Sizzling Hot Roulette.
Visa, MasterCard, Visa Electron, Maestro, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, POLi, Nordea, iDeal, GiroPay, Sofort, ePay.bg, CartaSi, PostePay and Wire Transfer
If you like having lots of options to pick from when it comes to payments, you’ll likely appreciate a list of 15 different methods available. Deposits can be made with the help of Visa, MasterCard, Visa Electron, Maestro, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, POLi, Nordea, iDeal, GiroPay, Sofort, ePay.bg, CartaSi, PostePay and Wire Transfer. While games can only be played in Euro, you can deposit €20 or more in your own currency by selecting one of the e-wallet options.
The Casino will allow you to withdraw a minimum of €100 and a maximum of €5,000 within 30 days, following the processing period of 5 business days. Do note that if your accumulated deposit amount does not exceed €200, you will only be entitled up to X10 your last deposit.
Contact Info & Social Activity
The operator has compiled a pretty comprehensive FAQ list which should be checked out before attempting to establish a direct contact. If it doesn’t provide the information you’re looking for, customer support team guarantees you’ll get a prompt reply to any question 24/7. They can be contacted via live chat, email or phone, though the proactive team members will likely reach out to you soon after you first land on the Casino’s webpage. While Times Square claims the team consists of experienced casino professionals well familiar with the offering, this has not been our experience. We didn’t even manage to get a satisfactory explanation related to welcome bonus.
Times Square Casino has more than a few things working in its favour: generous welcome package, mix of developers which includes both the big, reputable providers and those rarely seen, wide range of payment options, and round-the-clock customer support. One element of their offering which you’ll probably not appreciate is a very high minimum and extremely low maximum cash-out limits. But we’ve got an entirely different issue which makes us reluctant to recommend that you join and play, and it has to do with overall communication. Information on different subjects is either incomplete or misguiding, and it almost looks as if someone has made a decision to launch the website well before it was actually ready. As the results, it struggles to build confidence and will make players unsure about what exactly they’ll be getting.