However, I really do not like the 3.5% deposit fee that the casino charges for each and every deposit made via Neteller. My $20 deposit cost me $0.70 extra, and if I cannot make any more wins from subsequent deposits, I'd be losing quite a bit for all the fees. Other Skill On Net casinos are not charging any deposit fee, so I cannot understand why Play Million Casino has to charge it. Hope they would remove this soon!
Strangely enough, this casino was/is the only casino that allowed me to play on NetEnt's latest movie-based game, Jumanji. Perhaps the country restriction has not come into force as yet when I played it, but I was glad that I was able to try the new game out. So, how was Jumanji, you may ask? In just one word - horrible! It took me over 700 spins just to get the first Free Spins game, but the free spins could only give me a lousy 28x total bet payout. Absolutely not worth that 700 spins in waiting! Not only that, the game could only be played with cash money - the $20 bonus money did not show up in my balance when I played that game.
Anyway, after losing all my cash money on that blardy Jumanji game, I then went back to my favourite Finn game. I shouldn't have done this, because I had already won and made a withdrawal from my first play on the game, so subsequent plays would most probably be bad ones, and indeed it was. I lost all my bonus money after a short session, but I was really complaining either - I should have known better! Ah well, like the saying goes...win some, lose some, hehehe.