Raging bull is a fairly recent contender in the market; the site launched in 2014 and was recently acquired by the Virtual Casino Group. The casino is licensed under the jurisdiction of Curacao and players from the USA are welcome. The site is available in English only and has been audited through TST.
Raging bull is powered exclusively by RTG (Realtime Gaming) and features player favourites such as Aztec’s millions, Cleopatra’s gold and Coyote Cash. The site also has a selection of unique Keno and bingo games as well as classic table game and a large video poker selection. Playing is possible by downloading the software or through a web browser with mobile play being fully supported.
Deposits can be made through Visa, MasterCard, Neosurf or Bitcoin, while players can withdraw their winnings via bank transfer or Bitcoin. Bitcoin payments are instant, while bank transfers are likely to take 5-10 days. There is a standard additional 48-72 hour pending period attached to all withdrawals. Transactions are secured by way of a 128 bit SSL encryption and the maximum withdrawal amount per week is $2500.
The site’s promos are mainly deposit bonus-based. VIP members have access to larger bonuses with free spins included.
Player complaints levelled against this site relate almost exclusively to non-payment of winnings and extreme delays in payments being processed. One player remarked that they had been waiting almost 3 months to receive their winnings, with conflicting information being provided by customer service representatives.
The site features a maximum $100 free chip welcome bonus.
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Reasons why you should avoid playing at Raging Bull: