CasinoEuro in a nutshell
CasinoEuro is a long-established online casino that’s run by BML Group Ltd. BML Group is based in Malta, and has gambling licenses supplied by the Malta Gaming Authority, and the UK Gambling Commission. BML also owns the lovely Mr Smith Casino, as well as NordicBet.
This bright-looking casino is a real boon for UK players. Unfortunately, because of the Brexit vote CasinoEuro will be locking its doors to UK-based players once the UK has officially given two fingers to its European cousins. Heck … we’re only kidding – CasinoEuro will be open to Brits whether they’re in the EU or not!
So, will you vote to ‘leave’ or ‘stay’ when you first enter CasinoEuro? Read on to find out …
What’s the look and feel of CasinoEuro?
The CasinoEuro site is nice and clean-looking. It’s the standard structure with banner ads and menus along the top, and game selection thumbnails below. There are a couple of sorting options when it comes to games, and you can if you want syphon out all the non-progressive-jackpot games when it comes to slots.
All your valuable account info is available via a menu in the top right-hand corner of the screen. You can receive support here too – email, phone and live chat.
With its collapsible menu to the left and easy navigation between games categories, Casino Euro is a cinch to get around. The Daily Jackpot tracker is also a nice touch.
No design flaws here. All the technical details, support access and so on are fully accesible
What games are available at CasinoEuro?
CasinoEuro certainly has a fine selection of games. It also certainly has a fine selection of providers, including industry leaders NetEnt, Microgaming and NextGen Gaming. If you want top slots, then you’ve got them here – take a spin or three on Motörhead, Grim Muerto or Vikings Go Wild.
Casinos are about table games as well of course. Here you will be able to indulge your passions for roulette, blackjack, casino poker, baccarat and pai gow poker, with multiple varieties of each.
There are also nine varieties of video poker and a live casino with blackjack, roulette, baccarat, casino hold ’em and three card poker.
Software is provided by NetEnt, Microgaming, NextGen Gaming, Yggdrasil Gaming, WMS, IGT, Play’n GO and a few others. The live games are provided by Evolution Gaming.
Live support is 24/7.
The site has a perfectly fine version of itself for mobiles and tablets.
Can I play at CasinoEuro on mobile?
Casino Euro offers iOS and Android apps for download but it is also available in-browser for those who don’t wish to clutter their devices.
What promotions are available at CasinoEuro?
CasinoEuro says that it has “free spins for everyone!” – plus a matched deposit bonus for new players at the casino.
To grab your bonus, all you need to do is create a new account, login, then make a deposit. As long as your deposit is at least £10, then you’ll be awarded a matched bonus up to a maximum of £100.
All the terms are explained clearly when you view the CasinoEuro site. You must claim your bonus within fourteen days of registering at the site, and this offer is only open to UK customers. If you make your initial deposit via Skrill, Neteller or Trustly, then you are not eligible for this offer.
The wagering requirements tied to this bonus are typical, but on the good side of typical – forty times the bonus amount ONLY. So, for a £50 bonus, your play-through is (40 x £50) £2,000. Your allowable maximum stake is fifty pence per line, or £6 per game round.
Game contributions are as follows:
- Slots: 100%
- Live casino: 15%
- Roulette, casino poker, Red Dog, pai gow poker: 10%
- Blackjack, baccarat, video poker, Beat Me: 5%
Don’t try and withdraw your bonus before you’ve met your wagering requirements, else it will be removed from your account.
CasinoEuro offers free spins to its customers each and every week!
- Deposit £20-£99 in a week to get twenty free spins on Joker Pro
- Deposit £100-£499 in a week to get twenty £0.60 spins on Gonzo’s Quest
- Deposit £500+ in a week to get twenty £1.25 spins on Twin Spin
You get ten free spins on Saturday, and ten free spins on Sunday. You must use your free spins by midnight on the day you are awarded them.
The site loves its promos – there’s daily raffles with a prize pool of £2,500, and you get a free lottery ticket for their ‘Deposit Lottery’ for every £30 that you deposit.
The site does not run a loyalty or VIP scheme as such, but those deposit free spins and deposit lottery tickets are more than compensation.
CasinoEuro accepts Visa or MasterCard credit or debit cards, plus Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, Entropay and iDeal (The Netherlands only). You can also transfer directly from your bank. The minimum accepted deposit is £10 (or your currency equivalent). All deposits are processed instantly.
The minimum withdrawal amount is dependent upon your chosen withdrawal method. You cannot withdraw any amount larger than €50,000 in any one twenty-four hour period. Withdrawals to eWallets take up to forty-eight hours, while withdrawals to credit and debit cards can take up to five days. Bank transfers can take up to a week.
Does CasinoEuro have a VIP Programme or Loyalty Scheme?
There’s no Casino Euro loyalty scheme to participate in but the casino does host a good number of promos and offers
What are the pros & cons of CasinoEuro?
Casino Euro is missing a VIP program but the overall experience on this site is a positive one. The mobile offering is solid and players will appreciate the attention to detail on display here.
- A constant stream of promotions
- Lots of games from all the best providers
- Dedicated support via email, phone and chat
- Clean, uncluttered site design
- No biggies as far as we're concerned!
The final verdict
Whether you voted for Brexit or not, you’ll want to embrace the brilliance of CasinoEuro. This place is owned by industry giants Betsson (BML stands for Betsson Malta Limited), so they really should know what they are doing. They’ve also had a long time to get things right – and they just about have!
We really can’t think of much we can criticise CasinoEuro for. If they do decide to kick UK-based players out post-Brexit, then it’s another very good reason for the UK to remain in the EU!