Up to $150
2 – 7 Days
Welcome to our 2017 Casino Euro review. We cover them from head to toe, answering specific questions about their:
We wrap the review up with a summary of what we like, don’t like, and ultimately whether we recommend them to our readers.
If you’re in the neighborhood for a quality online casino, this is one review you’ll want to read from start to finish.
Casino Euro has been in business since 2002. They’re owned and operated by the BML Group. The BML Group also runs Betsson, BetSafe and Mr. Smith – all high-rated gambling sites.
Casino Euro has two licenses. One comes from the United Kingdom Gambling Commission (UKGC), which is considered to be one of the most reputable regulators in online gambling. Their other license comes from the Malta Gaming Authority, which is also considered a top-notch regulatory authority (especially in terms of player issues).
They have 9 complaints on AskGamblers.com (the most recent one is from 10/2015). Half of them have been resolved.
Casino Euro was involved in each complaint I checked out. In some cases the complaints had nothing to do with Casino Euro, but the software company behind the game instead (which the player acknowledged). Even in the cases where a complaint was ‘unresolved,’ it didn’t look like there were any hard feelings.
Outside of that, I found that Casino Euro has above average, if not high ratings across the web. Casino Euro is an Accredited Casino (with a 9.1/10 rating) on Casinomeister.com. They have an endorsement from the Wizard of Odds, too.
Overall, I couldn’t find anything terrible about them. Most people like them.
No, Americans cannot play at Casino Euro. Neither can players from Belgium, Spain, Italy, France, Guyane (French Guiana), Réunion, Guadeloupe, Martinique, China and Hong Kong.
You can contact Casino Euro support using one of the following options:
I sent them an email asking about their live dealer games. I got a friendly and helpful response in less than 20 minutes.
The specific methods available to you will depend on where you live. The best way to know for sure is to create an account and check the options available.
However, they do list some banking options on their site, as well as the min/max limits they accept. Here are the two examples they give in both Euros and Pounds.
Additional options may include Speed Card, Click2Pay and Click and Buy.
Here are your cash out options:
They have a term that caps how much you can withdraw per 24-hour period – it’s $50,000. This is hardly a cap, though, when you consider many casinos limit you to $1,000-$2,500 per week. Not only that, but you can chat with the casino and have this cap removed.
Their offer is a 100% match bonus up to $150. Deposit $150 and you’ll have $300 total to play with.
You’ll need to opt-in for this offer, and you’ll need to do that within 14 days of singing up. This has a 40x playthrough, which you must do within 5 days of claiming the bonus (before you can cash out). The maximum stake is $6.
Here the games you can/can’t play and how much they contribute to the bonus:
They do. Here are some details about those offers.
This is a different deal for each day of the week. Here’s what’s you can get:
What stands out to me about these offers is that, unlike the daily offers from other casinos, these offers aren’t worth hundreds or thousands of dollars. I like that because you can clear a $20 bonus much easier than you can a $1,000 bonus. Which means that, if you win, you can cash out some monies in the next few days or weeks, as opposed to weeks, months or maybe even years.
Make a deposit of $10 or more between Monday and Thursday and you’ll receive a gift the following Saturday. The gift can vary from spins to super spins to bonuses. You can claim this offer each week.
Receive a lottery ticket for every $30 you deposit. Then, at the beginning of each month, there will be a drawing. 1 lucky winner will receive $500, and another 100 people will receive $50. This offer has a 10x rollover.
That’s it for their evergreen offers. But it looks like they also run limited time deals – I recommend bookmarking this promos page so you can see their newest offers as soon as they hit the market.
You’ll also want to read their terms before you claim any of these offers. They’ll sometimes vary wildly from one offer to the next. You can find their terms on their website.
No, it doesn’t look like they offer a comps and/or VIP program.
They work with several powerhouse software companies including:
Because they work with so many software companies, they likely have hundreds of games. It wouldn’t shock me if they cleared 1,000.
I came across some stats Casino Euro placed on their site. They say they have more than 900 games.
For that reason it doesn’t make sense for us to list all their games here. Besides, you can scope out their website if you want a complete list.
However, we will list some of the games that caught out eyes from each of their major sections. We’ll also include any notes or thoughts we had while checking them out.
Because they work with Microgaming, Playtech, Bally, NetEnt and IGT, you can expect nothing less than the best of the best slot machine titles. Not just common slot games every casino carries, but licensed titles only legit software companies can get their hands on.
Here are some of the titles that stood out to us:
This is a solid selection of table games. A couple things caught my eye here. One, all the roulette variations they have – it makes up the majority of the games they have listed. Two, the Monopoly Roulette Tycoon game – I think this is the first time I’ve seen this game.
Their selection includes a couple progressive video poker games, as well as a game called Bonus Video Poker, a game the Wizard of Odds says he’s never heard of before. In this variation the cards you discard are put back into the deck. If you get that card again on the draw, you get a bonus.
Immersive Roulette and Shake the Plate are live dealer games I’ve not heard of before. They also have both men and women dealers, as well as Asian dealers.
Their game section is organized so everything is easy to find. You can narrow your search down by choosing:
You can also sort this games in alphabetical order. If you know what title you’re looking for, this is one of the easiest ways to find it, next to using the search bar.
This is a browser (instant play) casino only. You’ll need Flash installed on your computer in order to see/play the games. There is no download, which means that Windows, Macs and Linux users should be able to play here.
For mobile users, you have two options. You can either download their app – which is available for both Android and Apple users – or – you can play from your browser.
I checked it out on my phone. It looked like there were fewer games listed, though I didn’t count them all. I also checked out one of the table games and thought the graphics were so-so. But that’s more about the software provider than it is the casino or platform I was playing on.
There are a couple things that stood out to me.
They don’t accept Americans, either – but that’s not something you can really hold against them.
All-in-all, my complaints are pretty minor in the grand scheme of things.
This is what stood out to me:
What stood out most to me, though, are all the positive reviews and ratings they have elsewhere on the web.
It would take something major for me not to recommend them. They have excellent reviews/ratings, tons of games and a nice selection of promotions.
What else could you ask for?