SOFTWARESoft Magic Dice
First established in 2014, Mission2Game has gotten noticed for giving US players an option with a different selection of games and software than the typical lineup from RTG or Rival Gaming. There are some major pros and major cons with this online casino, and they haven't been around long enough to get a clear picture of how trustworthy they are when it comes to withdrawals. They are licensed for operation in the Netherlands Antilles, and their random number generator is audited by iTech Labs.
Soft Magic Dice Software
The software used to power this site is provided by Soft Magic Dice. You can download a software client if you use a computer powered by Windows, or you can use an instant play option for play from any operating system. The visual appeal of these games are in the moderate range without really standing out in any major way, but they don't look outright ugly either. Overall, the games are fairly average compared to what's available to US players from other developers without really standing out as being much better or worse, and the lobby has a sort of spy theme that gives it a bit of flavor.
Mission2Game has between 40 and 50 slots to choose from. Most of these are video slots, but between five and 10 classic slots are also available. It's important to note that these games have been known to have the occasional glitch where the right payouts aren't given, so you may want to pay closer attention than you normally would while playing slots.
A handful of blackjack, video poker, roulette, Baccarat and parlor games are available at this site as well. They all have a good, but not great, visual presentation, and they are definitely on par or slightly better than the other options for players from the United States. Of all of their table games, they are probably the most well-known for some of their blackjack variations.
The reason for this is that, at the time of this writing, they have been offering a few blackjack games that give players an advantage against the casino with correct play. Perfect play can get a player a payout rate of slightly more than 100.7 percent with a 0.7 percent advantage against the casino. Our testing indicates that a strong player will get in between 300 and 350 hands per hour at these games, and with a $0.50 minimum bet size in one of the variations of blackjack that allows this advantage, it's enticing for players who want to see if they can get an edge.
On another important note, this is the only online casino that we have ever seen that never treats an ace as a low in video poker. This means that the hand A2345 is not a straight and is ace-high instead. Adjust your strategies accordingly.
The payment method selection is somewhat limited, though it's normal for US-facing sites. You can deposit with a wide range of credit cards and debit cards including MasterCard, Visa, Maestro and American Express. In terms of electronic wallets, Skrill and Neteller are both available. American players will probably want to resort to bank transfers for withdrawals if an electronic wallet isn't available.
There are two places where we feel Mission2Game could improve when it comes to payments. First, they have a limit of $2,000 per week for withdrawals that can increase to $10,000 per week for VIP players. Second, the minimum deposit size is just $25 compared to the minimum withdrawal size of a whooping $200. This is less than ideal.
Mission2Game has [surprisingly] good support with incredibly friendly customer service agents. A simple live chat bar is available in the lobby along the right-hand side, and you're never more than a click away from getting near-immediate assistance with anything that you need. They also have a telephone hotline that's available 24/7/365, and you can send them support questions via email as well. In our testing, the service agents we spoke with were helpful without badgering us into making more deposits, which is a welcome change from the typical treatment for US players at a number of casino sites.