Casino Triomphe in a nutshell
Casino Triomphe is a French-flavoured online casino from those wagering clever-clogs at Game Tech Group NV. This online casino is owned by Supaze Limited of Cyprus, but like Game Tech, its licence comes from Curaçao – a tiny island in the Caribbean.
There are plenty of amazing companies now that use the Game Tech Group NV solution for their online casinos – OceanBets Casino, Euromoon Casino and Casino1 are all online gambling portals that have gone down this route.
If you haven’t already guessed, then we can tell you that ‘Triomphe’ is French for ‘triumph’. The next question we are going to ask then is pretty obvious – is Casino Triomphe actually a triumph or an unmitigated disaster? There’s really only one way to find out …
What’s the look and feel of Casino Triomphe?
You can’t accuse Casino Triomphe of being much of a triumph when it come to casino design. There’s nothing wrong with the design, but there’s nothing outstanding about it either. If you’re a regular online casino player, then there’s not a lot here that will either surprise or thrill you.
What games are available at Casino Triomphe?
Video slots lead the way at Casino Triomphe, and there are some great providers such as NetEnt and Betsoft. In total there are over three hundred and fifty of them, including such top titles as Tornado: Farm Escape, Foxin’ Wins (plus the sequel Foxin’ Wins Again) and Alien Robots.
If you prefer something other than slots, then you’re in luck! There are half-a-dozen versions of roulette, eight blackjack titles, six casino poker games plus baccarat, ‘Draw High Low’ and ‘Red Dog’. Adding to the fun are seven versions of video poker, plus three arcade keno titles are five ‘action games’.
The live casino that’s available here has baccarat, roulette and blackjack.
The software at this place comes from a number of excellent sources – NetEnt, Betsoft and NextGen Gaming are all represented here. The only industry big gun that’s missing is Microgaming. Back up is provided by 1X2 Gaming, Gamescale, Novomatic, Thunderkick and Nektan.
Live support is available from six in the morning until midnight, every day.
There’s a mobile version of this casino available of course. Like the main site the design is a little mundane, but at least it works.
What promotions are available at Casino Triomphe?
The first ‘triumph’ you’ll encounter at Casino Triomphe is a triomphe-ant welcome bonus – a ‘grande’ three hundred percent bonus up to a maximum of €1,000.
To earn your bonus, all you need to do is make a deposit once you have signed up with the casino. Whatever you deposit will be multiplied by three and added to your account as bonus cash, up to the maximum amount of €1,000.
There are wagering conditions of course, but they are spectacularly good here – only twenty times the sum of your bonus and deposit! That’s a really beneficial deal in terms of casino bonuses! The only bad news is that players from Greece and Lebanon have to wager eighty times the bonus and deposit amount. The minimum accepted deposit for you to receive a bonus is €20.
Note that you can only use slots in order to meet your wagering conditions. In fact, if you as much as try to use any other game, your bonus will be removed by the casino – you have been warned!
As well as this welcome bonus, you can also acquire a bonus on your second deposit – a one hundred and fifty percent deposit bonus up to €600. This bonus comes with the same requirements as the first deposit bonus.
These are the only two promos we could find currently active (at the time of this review) at Casino Triomphe.
The site does run a VIP scheme, though. Each bit of cash you spend at the casino will earn you loyalty points – one loyalty point for every €10 you spend. You can convert back every one hundred loyalty points you earn into €1, as long as you have amassed a minimum of two thousand points.
VIPs is not just about cash conversion though – if you’re a big-spending VIP at Casino Triumphe you’ll receive plenty of bonuses and the attention of an experienced and dedicated account manager.
Casino Triomphe supports plenty of banking methods. Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and Visa Electron are all supported, as are a number of eWallet solution such as Skrill, Neteller, ecoPayz, Paysafecard and Clickandbuy. The minimum accepted deposit is €20. There are no maximums, and there are no fees.
There are no fees when it comes to withdrawals either, but that’s the good news. The bad news is that there’s a minimum withdrawal amount of €100 to contend with. This seems to be a policy across all Game Tech-powered online casinos, and it’s not one we approve of. You cannot withdraw any more than €5,000 per thirty day period, either. Casino Triomphe endeavours to complete all withdrawals within five days.
The final verdict
So, how much of a triumph is Casino Triomphe? Like nearly all online casinos it has its good points and it has its bad points. Top of the good are those generous wagering conditions of only 20x (bonus + deposit) for both first and second deposit bonuses. Top of bad – a minimum €100 withdrawal limit which is just too high whichever way you look at it.
On balance, there’s much more good than bad here, so don’t let the bad put you off too much. You just might ‘triomphe’ by playing on a top slots title, if your luck holds out.