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Isle of Man
Infinity Gaming Solutions Limited
Midaur is an online casino loosely themed after King Midas, who famously had the ability to turn everything he touched into gold. The casino was launched earlier in 2017 and has a minimalistic black and gold theme. In keeping with the fact that Midas turned things to gold, all of the games’ thumbnails on the homepage are initially all golden, until you hover over them and their actual colour schemes are revealed - it's a nice unique touch and helps set the casino apart from others. Midaur comes with hundreds of games and has plenty of variety to cater for players of all tastes and skill levels.
Midaur’s extensive games library features games from quite a varied selection of game providers. Some of the online gambling industry’s most successful providers, such as NextGen Gaming, Nyx and Extreme Live Gaming, have contributed games to the casino; some of Midair’s other providers include Concept Gaming, Lightning Box Games and Elk Studios. The list of game providers is quite varied and doesn’t just include the most popular names. Players who are used to the likes of Microgaming and NetEnt will surely enjoy trying out games from some lesser-known providers.
Midaur’s games library is certainly one of its selling points. What makes the games library so appealing isn’t just the fact that it features several hundred games, but also the fact that its games come from over a dozen different game providers. This gives players a lot of variety and gives them the chance to try out lots of games that they might never have come across before. The games library could do with more variety with regards to its table games, as the focus is on blackjack and roulette - some poker games and more baccarat games, for example, could be added to make the table games section a bit more diverse. On the whole, the games library is plentiful and diverse enough that players should easily find games to keep them entertained. Searching for games is quite difficult, since there’s only a search bar available and there aren’t any filters to whittle down the collection.
Midaur offers players an extensive and varied collection of more than 160 slots that come from a diverse range of game providers. There’s plenty of variety and players should easily find slots to suit their tastes and preferences. Some of the many titles listed at Midaur include Rocket Returns, Ivanhoe, Mandarin Orchid, Electric Sam and Buster Hammer - the collection includes many lesser-known titles by up-and-coming game providers, which is refreshing as it offers something different from the many online casinos that only focus on slots by the top-name developers.
There are a total of 21 live casino games available to play at Midaur. The majority of the collection is made up of blackjack and roulette games - it’s quite common for live casinos to focus on these two games. The only other game available is a live version of baccarat. All of the casino’s live games are provided by Extreme Live Gaming, a company that specialises in developing and running live casino games.
The collection of table games at Midaur is, like at a lot of other online casinos, mostly made up of roulette and blackjack games. There are 19 roulette games for players to enjoy, as well as 19 blackjack games; the table games collection is rounded off by a single baccarat game and a game called Sic Bo, a game of chance that uses three dice and was invented in ancient China. Compared to other online casinos, the table games collection is quite good, though it could be improved by adding poker games and more baccarat games.
Midaur accepts a good variety of payment methods, including MasterCard, Neteller, Skrill, Visa, PayPal and Paysafecard. This should make it convenient for a large number of players to make deposits and withdrawals. The time it takes for withdrawals to reach players’ bank accounts seems to be average compared to other online casinos. For example, if you’re using a credit or debit card, you should expect your payment to reach you in three to five working days, which is the standard amount of time you can expect to wait at a lot of online casinos.
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Midaur has a loyalty scheme with five levels (Blue, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Elite) that’s designed to encourage gameplay. Players earn loyalty points by playing the casino’s games and the more points they earn, the higher their level and the more rewards they can claim. Those who have earned a certain number of loyalty points may start converting them to cash to use on the casino’s games.
The mobile version of Midaur is specially designed to run smoothly on all sorts of mobile devices, including tablets, smartphones and laptops. It’s fully compatible with iOS, Windows and Android operating platforms. When accessed on a mobile device, the casino is laid out in a sort of vertical column, with each single game thumbnail taking up the width of the screen; while it makes it easier to see each individual game, it also makes the user have to do a lot of scrolling down to find what they’re looking for. The mobile casino features the same black and gold colour scheme as the desktop casino and those who have played on the desktop version should find the mobile one easy enough to navigate.
Midaur currently doesn’t have its own mobile app.
Midaur has lots going for it. The online casino has an interesting theme and a simplistic, yet effective, design with a black and gold colour scheme that’s easy on the eye. There are plenty of games from a wide variety of game providers available - what makes the games library particularly appealing is that it isn’t just full of the same games by the top developers you’ll find at lots of other online casinos; instead, players have access to many games they probably haven’t come across before. However, the games library could do with a few more types of table games and progressive slots should be easier to find. The casino does seem to be worth a visit and players are sure to find it more interesting and unique than others.
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