CasinoEuro, established in Sweden in 2002 and part of the BML Group, likes to boast a little bit. They’re not overly flashy about it and they don’t brag too much, but when they announced on their website that they have over 100,000 satisfied players and have paid out over €39,000,000 in jackpots to 8,800 players, then you could definitely say they are boasting. A little bit.
That’s not to say they are making false claims. Why would they? CasinoEuro is a very respected and definitely popular online casino that is part of the Betsson Group and calls Betsson, NordicBet and Betsafe its sister casinos. We’re definitely talking about good company here.
Plus, the casino is licensed in Malta and the UK, which is always a guarantor for safe play. So they may as well boast with their successes. The casino has been long-established and it shows. They’re working with a considerable number of software providers, among them NetEnt, Microgaming, Ash Gaming, Yggdrasil Gaming, Play’n GO and Evolution Gaming. Thus CasinoEuro supplies its players with over 900 games, another reason to boast.
Anyone interested in signing up with this casino should check out their welcome bonus. You could get 100% and up to €150 extra to play with. And just by registering you can grab 10 free spins on their newest slot Blood Suckers 2 (a special promotion at the time of writing this review). That is by no means all of it, though. Weekend Wonders and Daily Deals also await. Who doesn’t like regular bonuses?
Here are a few of the advantages of signing up at CasinoEuro:
|Games: 900+||Established: 2002|
|Jurisdiction: Alderney, Malta (MGA), United Kingdom (UKGC)|
|Software: Microgaming, NetEnt, Electracade, Ash Gaming, Cryptologic, Evolution Gaming, NextGen Gaming, Blueprint Gaming, Playson, Thunderkick, Pragmatic Play, Red Tiger Gaming, Realistic Games, Big Time Gaming, Sunfox Games, Extreme Live Gaming|
|Support: Live Chat, Email, Phone|
|Play on: Computer, iPhone, Android|
|Currency: Czech Republic korunas, Euros, British pounds sterling, Norwegian Kroner, Polish zlotys, Swedish Kronor, US dollars|
|E-Wallets: 24-48 h|
|Credit/Debit Cards: 2-5 d|
|Bank Transfers: 3-7 d|
The welcome bonus at CasinoEuro is pretty straightforward. You get one bonus for your first deposit and that’s about it. You’ll have to deposit a minimum of €15 in order to claim a bonus of 100% and up to €150.
Registering takes no time at all at CasinoEuro and once you’ve done that, you simply select the welcome bonus and make your deposit. Keep in mind, however, that deposits made via Trustly, Neteller and Skrill are not eligible for this bonus. You’ll have to claim the offer within 14 days of registering before it expires.
It’s important to note that the bonus must be wagered 40 times in order to become withdrawable. This has to happen within 5 days of receiving the bonus, which is very little time indeed and one of our main complaints about playing at CasinoEuro. Thankfully almost all games contribute towards meeting the wagering requirements:
Free spin offers may be available for simply registering at CasinoEuro, but the featured slots are subject to change. At the time of writing this review, 10 free spins on Blood Suckers 2 were available upon registration.
When you scroll through the slots section at CasinoEuro, you won’t reach the bottom of the screen anytime soon. There are simply too many of them and that’s no wonder. CasinoEuro features slots from an incredible number of slot providers. Here you’ll find IGT, Microgaming, NetEnt, Quickspin, ELK Studios, Thunderkick, NextGen Gaming, Play’n GO and WMS. Boredom can be found elsewhere, but certainly not here.
So, check out Book of Dead, Vikings Go Berserk, Gemix, Starburst, Fairytale Legends, Immortal Romance, Plotava or Big Bad Wolf, among many, many other slots.
But that’s not all, of course. Whilst plenty of slots means little chance to get bored, sometimes you want to try something else. How about some video poker, for instance? Nine versions are currently available at CasinoEuro.
In the table games section you can find Roulette, Baccarat, BlackJack, Casino Hold’em, Punto Banco, Pai Gow, Craps and Red Dog. Over 40 games are available here.
Keno, bingo and scratch cards or other skill based games appear to be missing here. The vast majority of games is, indeed, slots. Considering that there are over 900 games, a little more variety wouldn’t have gone amiss, but we do like what’s on offer.
Whilst CasinoEuro is not part of a poker network, they do offer a pretty decent live casino. Plenty of games are available here, including various Roulette tables, Baccarat, BlackJack and Casino Poker such as Casino Hold’em or Three Card Poker.
The live casino offers 22 tables right now and it is of particular note that CasinoEuro doesn’t just work with Evolution Gaming, who are often the main supplier of live games. Here you will also find NetEnt live tables as well as a few games from Extreme Live Gaming, a Novomatic offering that is rarely found in online casinos.
CasinoEuro doesn’t offer Novoline slots, but apparently they have a deal with Novomatic in order to offer more variety in their live casino. That’s definitely not something you see every day.
It’s fair to say that we’ve never seen an online casino with as many jackpot games as CasinoEuro offers. The staggering number of 62 is what we arrived at upon counting at the time of writing. Just about every jackpot from every provider at this casino is available online. So we have jackpots from Yggdrasil Gaming, NetEnt, Microgaming, WMS and others. That’s very impressive indeed.
The highest grossing jackpots – of the kind that offer 6- and 7-figure wins – are these:
Other pretty decent jackpots include Spin & Win, Winstar, Ring the Bells, Holmes and the Stolen Stones, Cosmic Fortune, Apollo or Divine Fortune. If you‘re a jackpot fanatic then CasinoEuro is your place to go. It’s no wonder they claim to have paid out €39 million in jackpots with that many jackpot games.
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The customer service at CasinoEuro has an excellent reputation. The team is available 24/7 and is known to be competent and friendly. Questions are answered in a timely manner. Indeed, if you contact them by live chat you can expect to receive a response within 30 seconds. Via email you should have received an answer within 30 to 60 minutes and if you decide to call, you should not have to wait any longer than 2 minutes.
These response times are given on the CasinoEuro website. We didn’t pull them out of a hat. But before you may want to chat with someone one way or another, you should definitely browse the FAQ section, which is quite comprehensive and already answers a lot of questions one might have.
The only thing that could be improved are the numbers available to call. Right now there is only a line open to Malta, which is hardly ideal. Toll free numbers would be desirable and players won’t know whether they’ll receive support in their native language or if they’ll have to dig out their school English.
It is incredibly rare that we see a casino that doesn’t have a dedicated section for banking or payment methods on the homepage. Almost always you’ll find a separate link that informs players of available deposit and withdrawal methods. Not so at CasinoEuro. In order to find out how you can do either, you actually have to have an account here and access the information there.
In the FAQ section you’ll find questions such as “Can I pay with Skrill, Neteller, Trustly, Visa…etc.”. So, if the question has been answered for your preferred payment method, you’ll be able to find it there and confirm. Thus we do know that Visa, MasterCard, Skrill, Neteller, Trustly, paysafecard and even PayPal are available as deposit options. There are exceptions for various countries, however. For instance, PayPal is only available to customers from the UK, Ireland and Italy.
On the other hand we also don’t know what withdrawal methods might be available. From experience we can be certain that Visa, Skrill, Neteller and the good old bank transfer will work just fine.
CasinoEuro belongs to the well known and respected Betsson Malta Limited Group and they have multiple licenses from Europe. Among them is the very reputable license from the UK Gambling Commission, pretty much the strictest jurisdiction around. On top of that CasinoEuro is also licensed in Malta.
With such an established and successful brand, safety and security are a given. You won’t have to worry about fairplay when gambling at CasinoEuro. All games are regularly tested and audited, ensuring that the random number generators work as random as you would expect them to.
Additionally the casino uses SSL encryption to ensure that all your personal information and transaction are properly secured as well.
CasinoEuro is not going to win a beauty contest or a contest for best web design. What can be said in favour of the design is this: it’s practical, easy on the eyes and does what it needs to. At the top of the screen a banner is changing every few seconds to give you an idea of what’s on and what’s hot the casino. The background for the most part is white, almost a little bland. There aren’t any gimmicks to be found and perhaps that’s not even necessary.
Some casinos are incredibly flashy, others offer brilliant colours or design choices. CasinoEuro keeps things simple and practical and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Navigation is an absolute breeze. You have a top menu, but you can also open a side menu and access everything from there. The website is clearly optimised for mobile use and that’s quite handy.
CasinoEuro has a lot to offer where bonuses are concerned. Check out the Daily Deals, for instance. Every day a small promotion could brighten up your gambling. And every day the offers are different. There’s something for everyone. A cash race, the opportunity to win free spins, a reload bonus, missions and tournaments. Sometimes you might even get a little surprise. Every day of the week you can return and treat yourself again. Or not, if the offer of the day isn’t to your liking.
You can also return on the weekend, when the Weekend Wonders are on. This one is really easy, because you only have to make one deposit of at least €10 between Monday and Thursday and earn yourself a weekend surprise. What might that be? Find out yourself!
At the time of writing there’s also a deposit lottery happening. Here you get a surprise, such as a lottery ticket for a monthly draw, when you make a deposit of at least €30.
Other promotions make regular appearances and are definitely one of the things that count in favour of CasinoEuro.
A mobile app won’t be necessary, if you plan on accessing CasinoEuro on the go. Simply open up a mobile browser on your device and visit the casino’s website and away you go. Since the layout and design of the website foregoes any fuss, you can use it easily on your mobile as well. The web designers didn’t have to do a lot of work here to optimise the site.
Whilst you won’t get the full casino experience, simply because not all games are available as touch versions, it will be very close regardless. Hundreds of games are available on mobile as well. You’ll be able to make deposits and withdrawals, contact customer service and play most of your favourite games. Sure, the mobile site isn’t particularly handsome either, but you’re here to play, not to judge a beauty contest.
Slot fans will find very little missing at CasinoEuro. There are hundreds of slots from almost a dozen of the very best slot providers. Where slots are concerned one could almost say that CasinoEuro is a one-stop-shop.
For variety there is a really decent selection of table games and live games and even Video Poker can be found here. Naturally, with this type of casino, you won’t get a poker room here and sports betting will have to be done elsewhere as well. But that’s definitely not a reason to complain.
We also love the daily bonuses, which should keep most players entertained. CasinoEuro definitely does a lot of things right.
What we’re not exactly happy with are the bonus terms. Players get only five days to complete wagering requirements, which is just about impossible to do. We’re inclined to recommend that you actually forego signing up for the welcome bonus in this instance, because you are unlikely to play it free anyway. If you’re not worried about being able to withdraw the winnings, however, you might as well use the little extra cash.
CasinoEuro is definitely a safe casino to play at and they have a lot to offer. But they’re not perfect and you’ll have to decide yourself, if those imperfections bother you or not.
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