Veteran online gamblers and affiliate marketers will probably have mixed views on the Rome Casino-operated internet gambling site Diceland, which in the past has raised questions regarding a tendency toward slow-paying, not to mention the missing wild symbols shenanigans at Rome Casino.
But in true never-say-die internet industry style, the operation is back with a new Alice in Wonderland themed site, a freshened up Diceland Online identity but the same TopGame software.
Chief executive of Rome Casino, Josh Cartu, is back too, saying of the re-launch: "We acknowledge the payment problems some of our players and affiliates experienced last fall.
"Rest-assured, we wouldn't be re-launching this brand using the same TopGame software if we weren't 110% satisfied that the issues it had last year are resolved. We've been back to quick processing and hassle-free withdrawals for months now."
Apparently the Gambling Portal Webmasters Association has been persuaded to welcome the new-look Diceland back to the fold as silver sponsors; Stephen Corfman of that organisation had this to say: "As far as I've seen they're very interested in operating responsibly and I'm not aware of specific issues that are open from the problems they had last year. And from a conversation I had with their CEO they seem to be taking an affiliate-friendly route with respect to treatment of funds confiscated by payment processors (as opposed to some other sites recently that are viewing those problems the same way as a chargeback)."
The new Diceland theme coincides with the hype surrounding movie director Tim Burton's new version of the Lewis Carroll classic starring Johnny Depp. Hosted by its own animated Alice, the internet casino offers progressive jackpots, a slew of special promotions and bonuses, and table limits for a range of bankrolls.
However, when it comes to revamps, actions speak louder than words, and players will be watching the operational performance of the new site closely. After all, handsome is as handsome does!
Source: InfoPowa News
Ed's note: our recommendation here without going into a full review is stay away. Why take the risk with an operator with this track record?