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Grand Ivy isn’t really Grand Ivy. That’s not the casino’s full name. The correct and proper name for this member of the Miami Dice sister sites family is “The Grandy Ivy Casino,” and there’s an air about it that suggests it would insist on being referred to as such if it existed in the real world. The site actually does a good job of convincing visitors that it has real-world connections; the 3D render of a luxury hotel in the background is excellent, and players are given the impression that they’re playing in a five-star casino attached to said hotel.
As an old-school casino (or, at least, an effigy of one), Grand Ivy is more about the live dealer experience than it is about slots or other forms of casino entertainment. All of the banners that scroll across the elaborately-decorated Grand Ivy homepage show croupiers and dealers, and there’s frequent mention of the fact that the games in the site’s live casino come from Evolution Gaming. The provider is seen as the master of the genre – but its games are also available at plenty of other Miami Dice sister sites. They’re not presented with as much sparkle as they are here, though.
Dream Jackpot is altogether more slapdash in its approach to visual presentation than the majority of the Miami Dice sister sites are. That’s not to say that they’re all graphically excellent because they’re not, but most of them put more effort into their appearance than Dream Jackpot has. This casino looks old. It’s entirely possible that it really is old, as White Hat Gaming Limited has been around since 2012, but even taking that into account, the style of the Dream Jackpot homepage is badly behind the times. The choice of grey as a base colour doesn’t help much; it’s hard to be enthusiastic about the idea of playing at a grey site.
It’s not only the presentation of Dream Jackpot that lags behind the standard set by the other Miami Dice sister sites; the promotions aren’t up to much either. At most (but admittedly not all) of the casinos on this platform, you’ll get a reasonable matched deposit when you first put money down. Those that don’t “do” matched deposits tend to offer large batches of free spins instead. All you’ll find at Dream Jackpot is an allocation of fifty free spins. We have no issues with the range of games and options at Dream Jackpot, but it just doesn’t feel like it’s on the same level as the rest of the platform.
CasiGO (the capitals are theirs, not ours) might not be one of the best-known Miami Dice sister sites, but we feel like it probably ought to be. It’s a big iGaming site with a unique design and packs plenty of promotional punch. In fact, there are promotions at CasiGO that you won’t find anywhere else on the White Hat Gaming platform. The 825 free spins that come with the welcome promotion are a big part of that. The promotion is split across five deposits, but it’s still an enormous number. The fact that all of the spins have to be played on Book of Dead is an issue, though – it’s a great slots game, but people can still get bored of playing through eight hundred spins on the same game.
If the welcome promotion at CasiGO isn’t to your liking, perhaps one of the casino’s other promotions will be. The site promises a new promotion for every day of the week and offers a calendar so players always know what’s coming up and when. The thumbnails of the games on the CasiGO homepage are annoyingly small, so you may occasionally have clicking issues on mobile devices, but that’s the only hole we can pick in the casino.
Hello Casino is broadly considered to be one of the best Miami Dice sister sites. A lot of that is connected to its potent welcome promotions. Welcome bonuses tend to be a strength across the board on this casino network (Dream Jackpot aside), but Hello Casino’s is especially well-rounded. It’s one hundred bonus spins plus a one hundred per cent matched deposit of up to £100 – as easy to remember as it is to obtain. An iGaming site with a name like “Hello Casino” is more or less obligated to offer a warm welcome; Hello Casino ensures that it does with that offer.
If Hello Casino puts a foot wrong anywhere, it’s that it makes itself look a little more basic than some of the more expressive Miami Dice sister sites. If you’re not paying attention, you could easily fool yourself into thinking this is merely a slot site. The menu options that scroll across the middle of the homepage might be small, but when you check them, you’ll see that there are live casino games and Slingo games to be played with, as well as a separate category that allows players to browse by provider and find new games that way.
You don’t have to be mad about roulette and classic casino games to have fun at 21 Casino, but we suspect it would help if you are. 21 Casino offers slots, but they’re very much a side-serving for what the casino truly specialises in. It would be bad form for any casino to include “21” in its name if it wasn’t prepared to offer poker or other traditional favourites, so we’re pleased to say that 21 Casino isn’t going to disappoint anybody in that regard. In fact, it might have a tighter focus on classics than any of the other Miami Dice sister sites. It even manages to include a “21” in its 121% matched deposit welcome promotion.
21 Casino might be a white-label casino site, but its importance to the White Hat Gaming Limited casino network is reflected in the fact that when Fruity Casa closed down in November 2022, the operator chose to direct all of Fruity Casa’s traffic to 21 Casino. There’s nothing about the casino site that one would consider “spectacular,” but it’s solid, and its dark blue hues make it look and feel like a sophisticated place to play.
Miami Dice Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||33|
|Best Sister Sites||Dream Jackpot, Grand Ivy, Casigo, Klasino and Fruity Casa|
|Owner/Operator||White Hat Gaming Limited: Cornerstone Business Centre, Mosta, MST 1180, Malta|
|Sister sites status||7 Active, 25 White Labels and 1 Inactive sister sites. 33 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 52894|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
Miami Dice operator – White Hat Gaming Limited
Miami Dice belongs to White Hat Gaming Limited, and White Hat Gaming Limited is based in Malta. So far, so normal. There are over one hundred iGaming companies based in Malta (mostly in Sliema or in Mosta, which is where the headquarters of White Hat Gaming is), and most of them would love to be as big as White Hat Gaming is. The company was straight of the gate when it was incorporated in 2012, picking up a Malta Gaming Authority licence almost immediately and a UK Gambling Commission licence not long after that. It didn’t stop there. After acquiring almost every licence it’s eligible for, White Hat Gaming’s reach is almost global. You’ll find its casinos in most licenced territories.
Being a global operation means that White Hat Gaming Limited needs more than one office. It added a Gibraltar office to its Malta office not long after opening and then went on to open offices in London, Cape Town (South Africa) and Chicago (USA), too. The Chicago office sounds like an odd choice when you consider that the US market isn’t open to online casinos yet, but there are signs that might change in the near future. In the meantime, having a presence in Chicago means that White Hat Gaming is well-placed to provide support to its customers and websites in the Canadian market. The size and reach of White Hat Gaming mean that every provider wants to work with the company, hence the long list of 120 (ish) that do so and the +3000 games that the operator has access to when putting its casinos together.
Miami Dice review
Miami Dice Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
All first deposits at Miami Dice (subject to a minimum first deposit of £20) are matched at one hundred per cent up to a maximum of £300, which is a decent ceiling and is paired with an equally decent wagering requirement of x35. The promotion comes with fifty bonus spins on Starburst. Any winnings from the free spins are added to the matched deposit bonus fund and so are subject to the same terms and wagering restrictions.
The list of other promotions at Miami Dice is extensive, but most of the bonuses you’ll find on it are short-lived and seasonal. The loyalty rewards are not. For better or for worse, this is the same loyalty program you’ll find at about half the Miami Dice sister sites. The moment players register at Miami Dice, they receive five hundred loyalty points. From that moment on, additional points are awarded at a rate of two per £10 spent playing the casino’s slots. That drops to one per £10 spent on bingo or poker or just 0.25 per £10 spent on roulette. Upon reaching one thousand points, players receive £5 in bonus cash. That’s hard enough when you’re starting from 500 points. When you’re starting from zero, it’s a £500 spend to get £5 in bonus cash. If you think that makes the bonus sound terrible, you’re not the only person who holds that opinion.
Top Games at Miami Dice
Straight out of the gate, we have to say the most popular slots game at Miami Dice is Starburst. The NetEnt slot wouldn’t be tied to the welcome promotion if it wasn’t the casino’s number one game, just as it’s the number one game at hundreds of other online casinos all over the world. The other top slots at Miami Dice, though, are likely to look far less familiar. The casino tends to promote newer releases on the homepage of the site, so what’s there one month may not be there the next. Take Mighty Titan Link & Win, for example. The High Limit Studio slots game was brand new when we wrote this review, and so it was listed ahead of all the other slots on the Miami Dice homepage when we visited to write this review, but it will likely have vanished by the time you get there. A few others – Big Bass Splash and Gates of Olympus, for example – stick around for a while longer.
Customer Support and Licensing
Miami Dice claims that live chat is available 24/7, but we couldn’t get it working while we were writing this review. If you have similar problems, the alternative option is to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Miami Dice, like all White Hat Gaming casino sites, is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence no. 52894. The UKGC carried out a compliance review of White Hat Gaming in January 2021 and found faults with the company’s handling of potentially vulnerable customers and processes for preventing money laundering. For those faults, White Hat Gaming agreed to pay a settlement of £1.3m.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
We wish we knew what to tell you. Pretty much all of the Miami Dice sister sites have an FAQ page upon which they lay out the terms and conditions of their withdrawal process. Some of them even have a specific payments page. Miami Dice has neither. The casino’s menu options are a confusing mess – not helped by the tiny fonts they’re written in – but there’s no payment information at all. There’s a long list of payment provider logos stamped across the casino’s footer, but we don’t know whether they’re approved for withdrawals as well as deposits or how long each method might take. It’s frustrating.
Final Thoughts on Miami Dice
We love Miami Vice as much as the next person does, so we love the fact that Miami Dice attempts to pay tribute to the show with its name and its colour scheme. We’re not as enamoured with the feeble nature of its loyalty rewards or the near-total lack of information that the casino provides about how it handles withdrawals. The whole site looks tired and would benefit enormously from a new look.
Miami Dice Sister Sites Player Reviews
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There haven’t been any reviews of Miami Dice posted by players on any major review websites in the past twelve months. We don’t like to print out-of-date reviews as they’re not a fair reflection of the casino as it is today. Miami Dice used to attract reviews regularly, so it’s possible that the casino’s popularity is declining. If new reviews appear in the future, we’ll list them for you here.