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Let me guess – you’re here to learn about Casilando Casino.
I don’t blame you. Not one bit.
They’re a brand-new casino, but they’ve managed to make an impression with many of the best review sites in the gambling industry.
For example, AskGamblers.com, ThePogg.com, OnlineBingo.co.uk… and now us.
The point of this review is to show you why.
In doing so we’ll cover all the important stuff you need to know BEFORE you sign up and make a deposit. That includes Casilando’s banking options, promotions, games and more.
We’ll tell you all about their pluses… and about the few negatives we found.
The review starts in the next section.
Casilando is a brand managed by Imperium Network Solutions Limited. They’re operated by Caddell Limited NV and are licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission.
They’ve been in business since 2017.
It’s pretty darn good. In fact, I couldn’t believe how many reviews exited, or how good the ratings were for a brand-new casino.
Here are a few examples of the reviews and ratings I found across the web;
The consensus is that Casilando is a solid casino. And when I searched for any scam accusations, all I found were the (4) complaints on AskGamblers.com (mentioned above).
The bottom line- there’s nothing to worry about here.
Players from the following countries are prohibited from joining Casilando Casino:
You can contact Casilando 24/7 using the following channels:
You can use the following options to fund your account:
You can use the following options to cash out your winnings:
The minimum cash out amount is $30. Before you can cash out you’ll need to have made a deposit and wagered the same amount at least once. Otherwise, you may have to pay no less than 10% of your cash out in fees.
They say nothing about cash out limits in their terms. But they do say that any progressive jackpots that exceed $250,000 can take up to 30 days to be paid out.
Casilando is offering a match bonus with some free spins.
More specifically, when you first create your account you’ll receive 10 free spins. Then when you make your first deposit, you’ll receive a 100% match bonus up to $300, as well as an additional 90 free spins.
Here are the terms you’ll want to keep in mind for this offer:
It looks like they have two other offers, in addition to the loyalty points scheme I’ll talk about in the next section.
The first offer is called Thursday Getaway – here’s what you get:
Every Thursday you can claim a 50% match bonus up to $250. On top of that you’ll get 20 free spins for the Aloha! Cluster Pays slot machine.
It looks like this has the same playthrough requirements as the welcome bonus above – 35x on the deposit and bonus.
The second offer is a refer-a-friend program. For every friend you send to Casilando Casino that makes a deposit of $20 or more, you’ll receive a $10 bonus.
Keep in mind that you’ll need to send Casilando a name and email for every friend you plan to refer BEFORE they sign up and make a deposit. Other than that, the same terms/conditions outlined above will apply to your bonus.
They have a loyalty points program.
You’ll receive points two different ways – one, by making deposits – and two, by playing real money games.
They don’t say how many points you get for making a deposit. But they do say that your initial deposit will net you 500 points.
As for points earned playing games, you’ll receive so many points for every $10 you wager. Here’s what that looks like for each kind of game:
|Game Type||Loyalty Points|
Every 250 points you accrue will be worth $1 in cashback. The least you can exchange is 1,250 points for $5 cashback.
And that wraps up their offers.
While they don’t have the laundry list of promotions most casinos do, I like how simple Casilando has kept their offers. There are only a couple of offers – all of which are a decent size, cover a variety of interests (bonuses, free spins, cashback, etc.), and have easy to understand terms.
From the looks of their terms and conditions, Casilando offers additional deals from time to time. So, it will probably be a good idea to hop onto their email newsletter, as well as follow their social media accounts so that you don’t miss anything they put out.
They work with TONS of software companies. Many of which are heavy hitters in the online gambling industry.
For example, you can play games from:
Just the first company in this list – Microgaming – would be enough. Or, the first two …or three …or four.
But there are nearly 20 different software companies in that list. As a result, you’ll get to play all sorts of online casino games – slots, blackjack, roulette, table games, live dealer games, scratch cards, and a whole bunch more.
You’ll have hundreds of games to choose from. We’ll look at some examples in the section after next.
I wasn’t able to create an account here, as I’m in the United States. So, I couldn’t double check whether they offered a download.
AskGamblers.com says they don’t, that they only have an instant play casino. This will be compatible with Windows, Mac and possibly even Linux operating systems – basically anyone who can use popular browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc.
I used a VPN to check out their casino, and had no problems.
Then I checked them out from my phone, where I DON’T have a VPN. I didn’t expect to see any games – as they have them hidden from players in the USA – but I also didn’t expect to see that their casino wasn’t mobile responsive.
Their casino was very small and hard to read from my phone. AskGamblers.com says that Android and Apple devices will be able to access a compatible casino once they log in. So, I assume the non-mobile responsive casino I saw is simply because I don’t have an account here.
I’ll take AskGamblers.com’s word for it. Because I’d be sort of surprised if Casilando’s mobile casino wasn’t loads better given the software companies they work with.
Let’s look at some examples of games you’ll find at Casilando Casino.
The exact games available to you will depend on where you’re playing from. Most software providers will have limits as to what countries they can offer their games in. If you’re in a country where Microgaming or NetEnt can’t legally offer their games, you won’t be able to see them.
That was the case for me when I first launched their casino in my browser. I hit all the tabs in their casino, and yet no games showed up. Only when I launched my VPN and routed myself through the UK was I able to view their games.
Anyway, just something to keep in mind. Now, let’s look at a few examples.
Some of my favorite slot machines are licensed machines that revolve around movies, video games, TV shows, celebrities, etc.
Because Casilando works with outfits like Microgaming and NetEnt, they have these types of slots in spades.
Here are some of the licensed machines that caught my eye:
I have actually played Jurassic Park in Las Vegas. And while I haven’t played this specific Batman slot, I have played the 60s Batman TV show slot. I didn’t win squat from that machine, but I DID have fun playing it.
And I’m not sure if they’re “licensed” slots, though I wouldn’t be surprised if they were considering most, if not all of these are property of Universal Studios. But I’d love to play Frankenstein, Psycho, Dracula, The Invisible Man, and the other “monster” themed slots.
Last, the Fairytale Legends slot machines have caught my eye. I bet these have fun bonus rounds, or other types of fun features.
But that’s just me – there are tons of slots if none of these sound fun to you.
For example, some slot titles you can play include:
As you can see, there’s no shortage of slot machines to choose from. From what I’ve read from other casino reviews, Casilando offers more than 400 different slot machines.
We’ve barely scraped the surface here.
This is a solid selection of live dealer games. Dream Catcher isn’t a very common live dealer game. Neither is three card poker – I’ve only seen it a few times over dozens of casino reviews. Casilando says it’s “new,” so maybe that means more casinos will have it in the future.
For now, though, Casilando is one of the few I know who currently offers it.
There are multiple variations of the same game – VIP, low limit, high limit, etc.
On one hand, that’s pretty cool. You can find exactly the right game for you in terms of budget or type of game you want to play.
On the other hand, I wished they offered more unique blackjack variants as opposed to variations of the same game. Because there are Real Time Gaming powered casinos who offer more unique variants than what I’m seeing here.
My comments from the blackjack section also apply here. I count 13 different roulette games, yet they’re either the same game, but from different software providers; or they’re the same game, but are different in terms of stakes/limits.
There are LOTS more roulette variants than this – it’d be nice to see a few of them.
Annnnd …the same thing here. Yeah, they have 10 different table games, which is cool. But it’s not hard to find a casino with 50-100% more than this WITHOUT the high, low or VIP variations.
That said – and this applies to the blackjack and roulette sections above, too – Casilando Casino does cover the most popular games people will want to play. My comments are merely what I think they can do to be on par with or better than other online casinos.
Same thing here – they can add so many more video poker games. I think most Microgaming-powered casinos have something like 15-25 video poker games.
Sure, many of those might be multi-hand or VIP variants. Even then they still have more unique titles than what Casilando has.
That said, I double checked their games while routed through Australia, Canada and Russia. The first two are prohibited from playing here, so I struck out there. When I checked them out through Russia, I found that I had the same blackjack, video poker and table game options.
I still think it’s possible what I saw (or didn’t see) is a matter of where I was “playing” from. But after investigating that theory from a few different countries, I’m going to stick to my original comments above until proven otherwise.
Casilando offers a robust casino, there’s no denying that. They have hundreds of casino games to choose from (though from what I understand more than 400 of them are slots).
What I can’t help to be slightly disappointed in is that they work with nearly 20 software providers – maybe even more – but yet I felt like they could’ve added more unique card and video poker game titles.
It’s not that they don’t have the quantity – there are several games in each section. But instead of totally unique games, they have variations of the same game.
Who needs 3 single deck blackjack games? Or, 2 jacks or better variations?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for it. Because I’m sure SOMEONE wants to play them. But I think a casino will have a higher stickiness factor if they offer more unique games so that you don’t have to go elsewhere to play them.
That said, I’m willing to bet my complaints won’t apply to the majority of people reading this. It’ll most likely only apply to people with tons of experience playing online.
They’re a solid casino. They have a few decent promotions, several banking options, tons of games, and a solid reputation in the industry.
They’re not perfect, though – there are a few improvements they can make.
For example, their playthrough at 35x (d+b) is pretty high. Some people might say a few extra offers wouldn’t hurt. And I think some people will want a better variety of blackjack, roulette and video poker games.
But most people will be plenty happy with Casilando AS IS. If that sounds like you, and you’re in the neighborhood for a new online casino, check them out.