Mummys Gold Casino Review

Mummys Gold Casino Review

Mummys Gold Online Casino is a small Egyptian-themed casino that is really all about look and feel. The games are satisfactory but certainly nothing outstanding. For the ambient experience of playing amongst pharaohs, pyramids, and treasure chests filled with gold, there is none better. But for about everything else, there is.

Bonuses & Promotions

Their generous 100% signup bonus has a cap of $200. Receive a $25 referral bonus for every friend that signs up and makes a purchase. And they have an ongoing - and lucrative - Comp Points program.

Software & Graphics

Mummys Gold uses a proprietary software that, while simple in nature and not as intuitive or advanced as some of the industry leading software, the thoroughness with which they incorporate the Egyptian graphical theme into the design of every game is impressive.

Games

This is an intimate (read: small) casino, with only 35 games in all, though they made sure to include the standard popular favorites - Craps, Roulette, Sic Bo, Blackjack, Baccarat and more. Even considering their small collection, they still have a decent amount of slot machines and video poker machines to keep you interested, including two BingoRama slots and a bunch of multi-line video poker games. Specialty games include Keno, Scratch Cards, and virtual horse-racing.

Payouts, Cashouts & Security

Mummys Gold Casino Online is a proud member of the Interactive Gaming Council and adheres to its strict code of conduct regarding such values as fairness, accuracy, reliability, security, and customer service. Mummys Gold relies on sophisticated 128-bit digital encryption technology to keep player data secure. For additional peace of mind, all financial transaction and gaming actions are recorded and available for players to review at their discretion.

Customer Support

The customer service options are minimal here - a pair of phone numbers, a fax number, and an email address they promise to respond to within 24 hours. Interesting to consider - what does it say about a site when it doesn't have an FAQ?