Dreamz is a new online casino owned and operated by MT Secure Trade Ltd. They’ve only been around for a few months, but the overall impression is a very positive one. Plus, the casino comes with plenty of experience in the background. After all, it counts Guts, Rizk, JoReels, Dunder, Kaboo and many others among its sister casinos.
We have yet to come across an MT Secure Trade Ltd online casino that we didn’t like at least a little. Whilst not every theme strikes our fancy, the company operates some really cool and mostly incredibly reliable online casino.
And Dreamz is here to fulfil your dreams. It’s indeed a dreamy affair, this hole venture. The website is light and airy, the games are awesome, and you get to collect free spins with your first deposit. The casino is not yet fully functional in all regions it is set to offer their services in, so your experience may vary.
Here are some positives we noted:
|Games: 1500+||Established: 2018|
|Jurisdiction: Sweden, Malta (MGA)|
|Software: NetEnt, Play'n GO, Yggdrasil Gaming, Microgaming, Quickspin, Red Tiger Gaming, IGT, Thunderkick, Nyx Interactive, Evolution Gaming, Betsoft, Relax Gaming, Elk studios, Big Time Gaming, NoLimitCity, Leander Games, NextGen Gaming, Genesis Gaming, iSoftbet, Push Gaming, 1x2 Gaming|
|Support: Live Chat, Email|
|Play on: Computer, iPhone, Android|
|Languages: Deutsch, English, Svenska, Norsk, Suomi|
|Currency: Swedish Kronor, Euros, Norwegian Kroner|
The welcome bonus at Dreamz is pretty decent. Though what you get may differ depending on your location. The offer for customers from Sweden, Norway, Finland, Germany, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom (once it becomes available) will be a different one.
We’ve had a look through the different offer for the different countries, and some things are the same for most of them.
You can expect a 100% welcome bonus and anything from €100 to $300 extra. Additionally, you can look forward to receiving at least 50 free spins on Book of Dead. And no matter where you are, the winnings from these free spins are wagering free, meaning they’ll be added to your real account balance right away.
The casino bonus does need to be wagered 40x, though that is hardly unusual. Different games contribute differently, though slots usually contribute 100% with the exception of a few that are excluded entirely. Table games and live casino games as well as video poker all contribute 10%, which is quite generous.
Whilst most of the bonus conditions appear to be the same no matter where you are, there are some differences and we recommend you read all bonus terms thoroughly before signing up for it.
The game library at Dreamz boasts over 1,300 games, which are neatly sorted into various categories, according to your preferences. You can filter on the right-hand side of the screen according to new games, formats, win features, wild features bonus feature, studio or theme.
The casino currently works with four dozen game providers, which includes NetEnt, Microgaming, Quickspin, Thunderkick, Play’n GO, Red Tiger, Pragmatic Play, ELK Studios, IGT, Yggdrasil Gaming, NoLimit City, Betsoft, Blueprint, Leander, NextGen, Merkur, Relax Gaming, Push Gaming, Rabcat, Genii, 1×2 Gaming and Red7. Needless to say, we left out a few here but these are most of our favourites anyway.
You can find tons of awesome slots here, classics as well as brand new games and boredom is not likely to be an issue for a long time.
If you fancy other games, you’re not neglected either. In the filter window, you have to scroll sideways to find further game types, which includes roulette, blackjack and other table games. Baccarat games are available here and a few casino poker games. A good twenty video poker games are also sorted into their own category, which makes finding them a lot more convenient than we’ve seen elsewhere.
You can also have a little fun with some scratch cards at Dreamz.
Whilst the live casino games are sorted into their own category, you can also find them all lumped together under table games. That’s a little irritating as it would be a lot more convenient to simply have them separate from other casino games, but okay. It’s like that in most online casinos.
You can apply the filter or head to the live casino section, where you will find popular games, beginner games, blackjack and roulette tables, pro tables and other tables that include Monopoly, Lightning Dice, Football Studio, Dream Catcher, Casino Poker, Sic Bo, Deal or No Deal and Baccarat, of course.
The variety of games, which seems to be exclusively supplied by Evolution Gaming, is awesome and you won’t find anything missing here.
Right now, you’ll be able to select among three dozen jackpot games at Dreamz. You get the smaller local jackpots such as Jackpot Raiders, Mercy of the Gods, Dragon Chase, Divine Fortune, Holmes and the Stolen Stones or Gunslinger Reloaded.
But the big progressive jackpots are also available here:
It really is an interesting selection of jackpots that you’ll find here. Supplied by NetEnt, Microgaming, Yggdrasil Gaming, IGT, Betsoft and Quickspin.
MT Secure Trade Ltd runs a ton of online casinos and they do a really good job of it. They have many years of experience and the number of complaints across all their online casinos is relatively small. The company as such has never been sanctioned by the UKGC, whose license they have obtained many years ago, so this is a well-regulated operator.
Right now, Dreamz is only covered by the MGA license, which is good enough, all things considered. But there are definitely plans to extend the UKGC license to cover Dreamz as well. After all, the online casino page for UK residents already exists, but doesn’t allow playing yet. You can browse the casino, but usage is very limited.
In any case, Dreamz has been reviewed favourably by players and all things considered this is a trustworthy online casino in our book.
The live chat at Dreamz is available 24/7. So, you’ll be able to find help around the clock. That’s just as well, because the casino doesn’t currently offer a comprehensive help or FAQ section. You can find plenty of information in advance, but not all of it and not all in one place.
Somewhat tediously, you’ll need to click on the ‘burger’ menu on the left-hand side and click the help button at the bottom to open up a live chat window. That could have been easier.
Email service is also available, if your question isn’t urgent.
Overall, the customer service team is competent, patient and helpful. They’re also quite friendly and engaging, replying to reviews left in gambling forums online.
There’s barely any payment information available at Dreamz. At the bottom of the page you can find a small area where the logos of payment providers are displayed. They include Visa, MasterCard, Trustly and entercash.
One gets the impression that that’s all and that would mean Skrill and Neteller are missing, which would be rather unfortunately. So, we go digging through the terms and conditions to find out more. Here eWallets are mentioned, if only to provide transaction times.
It would be infinitely more helpful to have a separate banking section, of course.
At least, as far as the terms and conditions are concerned, there are no withdrawal limits beyond those imposed by the banking method you choose. Whilst Dreamz will eventually make you go through an ID check (hint: best to get that out of the way asap), they don’t seem to have inconvenient withdrawal limits.
Dreamz is one of those online casinos that choose to stick with the lighter end of the colour palette. The logo itself is pink, yellow, orange and purple. Colours that recur here and there but are never overwhelming. Most of the background is actually white, with some pastel colours spotted throughout.
For the most part, the navigation is intuitive, but it is also a little bit strange and not exactly user-friendly in places. For instance, the ‘burger’ menu seems utterly useless. You find a button to login or open an account here and a link to all games. All these menu buttons are available elsewhere, however. The only thing hidden here is the help button to contact the live chat. Otherwise this menu is completely superfluous.
Also, when you click on the filters to search for games or browse according to your preferences, you have to hit the button again to close the window that pops up. That’s a little counter intuitive. Usually, you’d expect to click anywhere outside the window, and it should automatically fold away again. Not so here.
Dreamz is not yet where it should be, especially in comparison to the multitude of sister casinos it is inevitably associated with. The games are awesome and the number of providers barely rivalled.
The welcome bonus is also very competitive and getting wagering free spins is always good news. We have no complaints about the live casino or the jackpots either. But we need a help section and a comprehensive payments section. Some improvements to navigation can be made and hopefully bonuses and promotions will be added in the future as well.
Those things aside, though, this is a good casino that delivers a promising start and, moreover, it is safe for you to play at.
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