Review of Tropezia Palace

Saint Tropez, the beautiful coastal town in the French Riviera, is known as a summer time playground for the fabulously rich and famous. Tropezia Palace Casino, on the other hand, looks to be an ideal playground for the online casino enthusiast, boasting an almost unheard of number of games from multiple different game developers. Who knows, maybe if you hit the jackpot at Tropezia Palace you might just be able to afford to stay for a night or two in Saint Tropez.
Huge game selection

At this point in time, this casino has the most games that I have ever come across at a single online casino. There are currently over 700 to choose from, with the casino’s games being supplied by Microgaming’s Quickfire library, Sheriff Gaming, Betsoft, NextGen, Leander Games, Rival Gaming, and Betonsoft. You can choose from the latest and greatest licensed games such as Battlestar Galactica, The Dark Knight, Megadeth, Tomb Raider, Superman, or Wonder Woman, or go for tried and tested slot machines that are too numerous to mention. Apart from the slots, there are over 30 different variants of Blackjack, 18 versions of Roulette, Craps, Baccarat, Casino War, Caribbean Stud Poker, 3 Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Casino Hold’em, 50 games of video poker, keno, bingo, and assorted parlour games.

There are around 40 progessive jackpots available to win at Tropezia Palace, with the largest being Microgaming’s Mega Moolah or Dark Knight jackpot – a progressive that is won around the 3 million mark on average. Others available include Microgaming favourites like King Cashalot and Tunzamunni, along with jackpots from Rival and Betsoft.

Tropezia Palace has gone for a full in browser presentation for their games, so there is no software to install and every game is playable in your browser window. As you can imagine, with so many games to choose from there needs to be a clever interface to keep things organised and manageable. It’s pleasing to see that the casino has put some thought into this, and the games can be filtered by such things as their software developer, the number of reels on the slots, and whether the game has a progressive jackpot. It is not as featured or comprehensive as the free casino games page here at Casino Listings, but it is still miles better than most other browser-based online casinos (I see what you did there – Ed). In addition the preview images of the games only load as you scroll down the page, not all at once when the page loads, saving your internet connection from being choked by downloading hundreds of game screenshots at once. Thumbs up to the site’s developers.
Support and banking options

The support and banking options offered by Tropezia Palace are not quite as comprehensive as the library of games. Customer support can be reached via email, telephone callback and live chat, but they only operate between the hours of 10am and midnight GMT. In an age when 24 hour live chat support at online casinos is almost ubiquitous, you might end up feeling a little miffed if you need to speak to someone urgently during that 10 hour gap.

Transacting with the casino is not a problem, providing you use one of the small number of payment methods accepted by Tropezia Palace. Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Moneybookers, UKash and Paysafecard are your options if you are looking to deposit, and you can add bank wire transfer as a withdrawal option. The casino accepts deposits in US Dollars, Euros, British Pounds, and Canadian and Australian Dollars. The casino’s terms specify that withdrawals have a three day reversal pending period – which would normally be too long for my taste – however in practice our test withdrawals were handled in under 48 hours after undergoing identity verification on the first withdrawal. The penny-rollers among you should take note that the minimum withdrawal amount that the casino will process is $100.

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