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Let’s talk about YoYoCasino.com.
YoYo is a brand-new casino that launched within the past few months, following on the heels of their sister brand, Malina Casino’s launch.
As always, we cover the most important details you should know BEFORE you join. That includes their banking options (plus limits and fees), promotions and games.
I also make some light comparisons between YoYo and Malina Casino. This might help you out if you’re trying to decide between the two brands.
(Though the differences between the two are tiny and won’t matter to most people reading this.)
Finally, I’ll wrap things up with a short summary, plus give you my final thoughts as to whether I think YoYoCasino.com is worth your time and money in 2018.
Keep reading to find out.
They’re owned by Araxio Development N.V. Casinos and are operated by Tranello Ltd. They are licensed in Curacao.
YoYo launched their casino in 2017.
They’re so new there’s very little information about them online.
They have an 8.41/10 rating on AskGamblers.com, though I wouldn’t give that much weight right now. I’d wait 6-12 months and then see what their rating is.
Funny thing – YoYo has been online for less time than their sister brand MalinaCasino.com, yet YoYo has 1 more complaint and 4 more user reviews than Malina.
That complaint has been resolved, though. And with the exception of one player review, the reviews are overwhelmingly positive.
My opinion – YoYoCasino.com has started off on the right foot.
Let’s hope it stays that way.
If you live in one of the following countries you will NOT be able to play here:
You can contact YoYo Casino using one of the following channels:
You can use the following payment methods to fund your account:
It looks like they accept a few more payment methods than MalinaCasino.com does. One of those extra options include bitcoin, which is an excellent way to fund your account
This gives YoYo a slight edge in my book.
Your cash out options include:
Again, bitcoin is an option here, whereas it’s not at their sister casino.
Their max cash out limits are:
They say they may make exceptions for VIP customers and jackpot winners.
The one rule you need to remember when making your deposit is that you’ll need to wager your deposit 3x before you can request a cash out. For example, if you deposit $500, then you’ll need to wager $1,500.
Fail to do so and YoYoCasino.com “reserves the right” to tack on a 10% fee “as an expense associated with the payment system.” This fee can be as high as 15% if you used a bank card to fund your account.
This clause sucks. A 10-15 percent fee adds up FAST – deposit a couple hundred bucks and the fees you’d end up paying will match that of a bank transfer.
I’m also not a fan of the playthrough because they’re all but ensuring that you lose your money to them. Sure, you might win a few bucks here and there. But shy of winning a large jackpot, I’ve never sat down with $50 or $100 and not lose it all to the casino within 60 minutes. Even if I doubled or tripled my bankroll.
Some casinos have a 1x playthrough on deposits. I think that’d be far more than enough.
Yeah, they do!
The free spins are credited at the rate of 20 per day for 5 days.
The playthrough on your bonus and winnings from your free spins is 40x. This applies to slots and other soft casino games, like scratch cards. Bets made on other casino games, like video poker or blackjack, will not count towards the playthrough requirement.
There are also a few slot machines that won’t count 100% towards the playthrough. You’ll want to make sure you read their terms and conditions before you choose a game. That way you’ll know what you’re getting yourself into.
This is even more important considering that you only have 10 days to clear this offer.
Also, the max you can bet while clearing this offer is €5, and the most you can cash out (in winnings) is €80.
Final thing – you need to contact support by email or live chat to activate both your free spins and your bonus.
There are two additional offers you can claim. Here are the details.
This bonus will be applied on your first deposit made on a Friday thru Sunday.
The playthrough, betting and cash out rules for both of these offers are identical to the welcome bonus.
That wraps it up for YoYo Casino’s promotions.
These offers are identical to Malina Casino’s promotions, with one exception – MalinaCasino.com has a live casino cash back offer where you’ll receive 10% cashback on your losses every week.
But that’s only going to be a big deal if you’re a live casino player.
Other than that, there’s no VIP program here. That’d probably be one of my top two improvements I’d like to see made here, other than an offer that you can clear playing blackjack or video poker. All of the offers above are for slots players only.
What Games Can You Play at YoYoCasino.com?
YoYoCasino.com gets their games from the following software companies:
These are some of the absolute best software companies in the online gambling industry. That means you’re going to have the pick of the litter when it comes to games. You’ll find a little of everything here, including live casino games, slots, blackjack, table and card games, and video poker machines.
But before you check out the next section, all giddy about the games you think you’ll be able to play, there’s one thing you need to know.
Some software companies and their games may be unavailable to you. This isn’t YoYo’s doing, nor is it intentional on behalf of the software company. It’s just that software companies have rules to follow, which sometimes means that they sometimes have to hide their games or make them inaccessible to players in certain regions.
When I reviewed MalinaCasino.com, I first checked them out from the United States. There were only 7 or so software companies available to me, and mostly generic games at that.
But once I loaded up my VPN and viewed their casino from “Canada,” I probably had access to double the number of games, including licensed slot titles.
Anyway, just a heads up before we get into the examples.
No download is needed. You can access their casino games from your browser. So long as you’re using Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari, you should be good to go.
That applies to mobile users, too. While I couldn’t play their games from my phone, I did load their casino up real quick on a newer-gen iPhone. Everything looked great, so I expect nothing different from their games.
Alright, let’s look at some examples of games you can play here.
One problem I had with MalinaCasino.com that I’m curious to see if I’ll have here, is that Malina Casino did a horrible job organizing their games.
For example, they have a section called “slots.” Based on the name you’d think you’d find nothing but slot machines here.
But that wasn’t the case. I also found blackjack games, a few video poker tables, and other odds and ends.
That was the case for all the sections in their casino, which made me feel as if their attempt at organization was pointless. They might as well dump all their games on one page – it’s the same thing.
Let’s see if YoYoCasino.com is any different.
Your live dealer options include:
This isn’t the biggest selection of live dealer games players will find online. But considering how small this list is, it’s one of the most diverse selections of live games I’ve found. This is a job well done.
They have far more machines than what I listed above. But I think this gives you a pretty good idea of the kinds of slot machines you can expect to find here.
A few things stood out to me:
The licensed slot machines. These are probably my favorites. I’ve played both Jurassic Park and Jurassic World in a brick and mortar casino. But there are several others here, such as Hellboy, Hitman and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. These are ton of fun to play if you’re fans of their movie or video game counterparts.
The 3D slots. Many of these come from BetSoft, who’s had their problems. But if you put those issues aside and just look at the games, you’ll see how entertaining they are to play. My favorites so far are Under the Bed and Madder Scientist.
All the themes. My favorite slot themes usually revolve around sci-fi, zombies, animals and just weird off-the-ball things. There are plenty of slots revolving around those themes, as well as many other themes.
Maybe none of these things matter to you. But that’s okay, because there’s so much to choose from – we barely scrapped the surface. I have no doubt you’ll find something to play here.
So, here are the games listed under the Card filter.
This list include some of their video poker games:
And here are some of their card and table games:
There’s an okay selection of games here. It can be better – namely a few more unique card games to add some variety.
Now, it was at this point in my Malina Casino review that I clicked on the Roulettes filter and found several more table, card and video poker games.
I expected that’d be the case here …but no dice.
When I clicked on the Roulette link, the page failed to load. That’s in despite of there being more than a dozen software providers available to me.
I even cleared my browser history and cache, as well as hard-refreshed my browser several times. It didn’t work, nor did it work from my phone. I tried this over two days and the result was the same.
So, I guess I’m going to have to wrap this section up early.
YoYoCasino.com has an excellent selection of games – assuming their roulette section is a minor glitch and will soon mirror the same section at Malina Casino.
If it doesn’t, then MalinaCasino.com is the better of the two casinos in the game department – assuming you care about table, card and video poker games.
But let’s say they’ll soon have their Roulettes page up and running soon.
In that case my biggest complaint is the same as Malina Casino:
Go to the slots section and you’ll find table and video poker games. Go to the card section and you’ll find a few table games, video poker and then a couple card games.
If they could get that stuff fixed – and I don’t think it’d be that hard – this would make a massive improvement to the user’s experience.
That depends on a couple of things. I think YoYoCasino.com would be an okay choice if:
Since I wouldn’t bank with bitcoin I’d probably sign up with MalinaCasino.com instead of YoYo in light of their live casino cashback promo, and the fact that their site isn’t broken in places.
I’ll leave it up to you to decide how much these things matter to you.