Casino Euro is an online gambling site owned and operated by BML Group, the same company behind popular online gaming provider Betsson. CasinoEuro.com uses a blend of software platforms, though most of the casino games hosted were produced by NetEntertainment. At the time of this review, American customers are not allowed to open accounts or place real-money wagers. The site holds a gaming license from Malta. Casino Euro has been open since 2002 and contains support and software in seventeen world languages.
- Established casino site with a lot of slots!
- Live Casino and good mobile games!
- Nice welcome bonus package for new players!
Mobile Play at CasinoEuro.com
It is refreshing to review a mobile-capable gambling website with such a large collection of games. At last visit, 110 different titles were available to CasinoEuro’s mobile customers. Admittedly, most of those are NetEnt video slots, which are easy to translate for a mobile display. But the mobile library at CasinoEuro.com also includes five games of video poker and eleven table games.
While I found the connection to lag at times (on my own home Wi-Fi network), I liked that free-play versions of all the site’s mobile games are available at the mobile site at the push of a single button, without even the need for a free-play account. Yes, a downloadable app would produce a more fully-functional mobile environment, but what’s currently available works well for what it is.
First and foremost, I like that Casino Euro appears to operate totally above-board. Licensure from the UK and Malta is a good sign. So is the fact that the site is listed as Accredited by Casinomeister.com. To achieve that status, online casinos have to pass a vetting process and show willingness and ability to deal with customer complaints and financial issues.
While the majority of the games are NetEnt-produced, I like the total variety in software the site offers. Here’s a complete list of the different game providers that CasinoEuro.com is using right now: Ash Gaming, Blueprint Gaming, CryptoLogic, Evolution Gaming, GTS, Mazooma Interactive Games, WMS, and NetEnt. Variety is always good, especially for online slots players.
Some gamblers will consider it a feature that the site’s Terms & Conditions pages state clearly that players can withdraw up to $25,000 per 24-hour period. There are even accompanying hints that this limit can be raised. High rollers rejoice, but for most of us this is a very unlikely scenario. Still, it shows the site’s willingness and ability to pay out winnings. That’s sometimes a problem in the online gaming industry.
CasinoEuro.com Casino Games
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a site break up their library into so many different headings. At the time of this review, Casino Euro has twelve different categories in which it stores games. Here’s the list, along with a few details about each category.
• Featured Games – This is a pretty useless little section where the site puts games that they want players to try. At my visit, a couple of new games were listed here along with a laundry list of longshot games designed to separate you from your bankroll. Beware this section.
• Video Slots – Kept here is a large collection of entertaining slot games, mostly produced by NetEntertainment. At last visit, some 250 video slots alone were part of CasinoEuro.com’s library. They also offer the unique jackpot slot Mega Fortune Dreams.
• Vegas Slots – Five-dozen games that aren’t quite as nifty as the above video slots but are often available at lower stakes. I liken these to RTG’s Real Series in terms of quality and expectation.
• Classic Slots – It seems like every online casino has a few classic-style slot games on hand these days. Casino Euro has seventeen of them, produced by five different classic style slot designers.
• Blackjack – Eight variations of the casino table classic are available in this section. This isn’t a very big collection of blackjack variations, but it’s about as many as you can make without reproducing the same title time and again.
• Roulette – A surprising number of roulette variations – twelve – are hosted under this heading. Admittedly, some of the variations are slight. Mini-roulette is basically a smaller version of the real thing with different odds (that favor the casino more than the standard game, by the way). The other games are just slight rule changes, with almost identical graphics and gameplay.
• Table Games – This heading houses a total of seventeen casino games, including classics like craps and baccarat. Casino-style poker games are also gathered under this heading.
• Video Poker – I’m a little put off by the small selection of video poker games available at Casino Euro – nine at my last count. Only three of those nine games feature the 9/6 payout that indicates a game gives the player the best possible odds. It’s a surprisingly mediocre collection from a site that gets almost every other aspect of their gaming library right.
• Jackpot Games – This is another throwaway section, where the site collects all their titles that have a progressive top prize. It’s useful for navigation purposes if you like to chase progressive prizes, but not much else.
• Live Casino – Surprise, surprise – this is where Casino Euro keeps their live dealer games. They’re decent games, if you like the whole one-on-one with a live person thing. I’m not much for it myself, but it’s good to see a collection of a dozen games with a live options.
• Arcade Games – A small collection of skill-based games that pay out cash prizes.
• Scratch Cards – An equally-small collection of online lotto-style scratch cards.
CasinoEuro.com Bonuses and Promotions
The casino’ welcome bonus is worth up to $300 across a player’s first three deposits. The first deposit is matched at a rate of 150% up to $150. The second deposit is matched at a rate of 25% up to $100. The final deposit is matched at a rate of 50% up to $50. All told, a player would have to deposit $600 to earn the free $300. The wagering requirement is 25 time the deposit plus bonus before all those funds are cleared to your player account. That means a total of $22,500 in bets to clear $300 of bonus prizes. So it’s pretty typical for modern casino bonuses – a little too rich for my blood, but I can imagine a person taking advantage of the first bonus to earn a quick $40 or something like that.
As a sister site to worldwide gaming brand Betsson, CasinoEuro.com brings with it a lot of industry clout. It also gave me high expectations which weren’t entirely met. The game library, while admittedly large, is still mostly NetEnt slot games. Though I’m a slots fan, I still enjoy table games and video poker. It would be nice to see a bigger variety from a site that already uses a ton of different software platforms.
Still, the site has a good reputation, it accepts customers from all over the world, it has well-reviewed customer service options. Casino Euro also has a high degree of accessibility thanks to multiple language support and the availability of a mobile-capable website developed for smartphones and tablets. I recommend any fan of online slots play or anyone looking for a large mobile library look into the options available to them through CasinoEuro.com.