Who is Caribic Casino? How long have they been in business?
They’re a newer casino owned and operated by EveryMatrix NV Casinos. They’ve been in business since 2015, so between 1-2 years at the time we first wrote this review.
They’re apparently associated with Omni and Fly Casino, as both casinos recommend Caribic Casino when you go to their mobile site. Both call Caribic a ‘sister brand’ and share the same VIP program, too. However, Caribic is owned by a different company than Fly and Omni are.
Are they licensed and regulated? Are their games tested for fairness?
Caribic Casino is licensed by the governments of Malta and Curacao.
How’s their reputation?
They’re still a new casino, so it’s still too early yet to tell. Information is scarce, too, but here’s the little bit I managed to find…
They have 7 complaints on AskGamblers.com between October 2015 and December 2016. Every single one of them has been resolved, which is great to see. They have a 9.73 out of 10 rating, and are a ‘Certified Casino.’
Then they have an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 on LatestCasinoBonuses.com.
What they don’t have (that I could find) are any endorsements or accreditations, like from WizardOfOdds.com or Casinomeister.com. But they don’t have any scam or scandal accusations I found, either, nor are there any major complaints to report.
So, while too new to say, I’d say their reputation is okay, which is about as good as it’s going to get for a brand-new online casino.
Who can’t play here?
Caribic Casino does not accept players from the following countries:
Isle Of Man
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
French Southern Territories
How do I contact customer support?
You can contact Caribic Casino using the following channels:
Caribic Casino support is available in English, Slovak, Czech, Russian and German languages.
I sent them an email to ask about their banking limits. They responded quickly (under 24 hours each time) and were helpful.
Is there anywhere else you can go for help?
They have an FAQ page www.caribiccasino.com where they answer questions revolving around account issues, registration, banking, tech, bonuses, games and more.
What payment methods do they accept? How can you cash out your money?
The banking options they accept depends on what country you’re from, and even the currency you’re banking in.
I just used the default option when I was there. These are the options and limits they gave me.
Visa & Mastercard
iDeal (by Adyen)*
EPS (by PPro)*
Giropay (by PPro)*
SOFORT Banking (by PPro)*
Multibanco (by PPro)*
Przelewy24 (by PPro)*
*(Withdraw by bank transfer only)
They only show cash out options if you log-in. However, most of these options above can be used for cashing out.
The currencies they accept include:
Are there any limits or fees?
I didn’t see any listed in their terms. But while doing some outside research, I came across a review that claimed they have a $2,000 weekly and $4,500 monthly cash out limit.
If this is true, it’s absolutely ridiculous, which is why I didn’t want to just take that website’s word for it. So, I sent CaribicCasino.com an email and asked them about it. Here’s what they had to say (emphasis is mine):
We do not have any daily, weekly, or monthly withdraw limits. It does apply for progressive jackpots as well.
So, it doesn’t look like they have any caps on how much you can cash out. However, there’s a good chance most cash out options do, which means you’ll want to check those out for yourself if that’s a concern.
Do they offer a welcome bonus?
100% Match Bonus – Get a 100% match bonus on your first deposit up to $300. Any deposit of $20 or more qualifies.
In addition to the bonus, you’ll also receive 50 free spins on the Aloha Cluster Pays slot machine. You’ll receive your free spins immediately, compared to most casinos who give them to you in chunks.
The playthrough on this offer is 35x the deposit + bonus. This is a bit steep, but not much different (depending on the offer) from the playthroughs at their sister brands, Fly and Omni.
What other offers can you claim?
They have a few other offers:
Monthly Bonus – Deposit at least $20, and Caribic Casino will give you an extra $15 to play with. This offer is available once per month and has a 35x (the bonus + deposit) rollover.
Weekly Bonus – Deposit at least $10, and you’ll receive a $5 bonus. This offer is available weekly. This, too, has a 35x (deposit + bonus) rollover, and the max you can cash out from this offer is $100.
20% Cashback Bonus – Play any video slot, casino or live dealer game and you can get 20% cashback up to $500. You’ll need to deposit at least $500 during the week (Mon-Sun) and have a $0 balance to qualify. Your deposit and losses will be calculated and paid to you the following Monday.
That’s it for their evergreen offers, which is sort of surprising considering how many offers Fly and Omni Casino have.
However, they do run limited time promotions. For example, they have a $500 bonus + 50 free spins offer running right now. It ended a couple days after we reviewed their casino (which is why we didn’t want to include it above). The point is, you’ll want to be a newsletter subscriber or bookmark their promos page so you’re informed of these offers when they first come out.
What are their bonus terms?
These vary from offer to offer. However, I noticed there are a few constants. For example:
You can’t bet more than $6 per spin/round.
Restricted games include: roulettes, baccarat, blackjacks, pai gow, sic bo, craps, red dog and pokers.
Restricted slot machines include: Pearls of India, Tower quest, Castle Builder, Forsaken Kingdom, Tomb Raider, Tomb Raider 2, The Wish Master, Untamed Bengal Tiger, Untamed Crowned Eagle, Untamed Giant Panda, Untamed Wolf Pack, Super nudge 6000, Peek-a-Boo, Robin Hood, Aliens, Mega Joker, Blood suckers, Kings of Chicago, Big Bang, Jackpot 6000, Champion of the Track, Devil’s Delight™, Dead or Alive.
The maximum you can win (and cash out) while using bonus money is $10,000. The max win cap associated to winnings is $1,500. The max you can cash out from free spins is $200. This does not include money won from progressive jackpots.
Keep in mind that these are general terms, and the terms for the offer you’re claiming may be different.
Do they have a comps and/or VIP program?
They have a Rewards Club. It’s hard to tell exactly what it’s called, but if you go by the picture on their VIP page, it looks like it’s called the Treasure Chest Rewards Club.
This club is accessible by invitation only. They say you can’t apply or ask to join. When you play and earn enough points, you’ll receive an email to join and/or as you move up in levels.
Here’s what their program looks like, along with the perks you can receive:
Free Spins Offers
2X,3X,4X,5X Comp Point Days
Slot & Table Tournaments
Entries for Raffle Promotions
2x Royal Flush Payouts
Custom VIP Club Promotions
Higher Deposit Limits
Dinner Nights Out
Table Game Bonuses
24 Hour Withdrawals
Higher Game Limits
Spa Days Out
This program is identical to the ones found at Omni and Fly Casino. But with a little angle, such as the name, pirate theme and invite-only access, it feels different.
What software companies do they work with?
CaribicCasino.com works with a few software companies, including:
This is a bit different than their other sister casinos (Fly and Omni) who use Playtech. This doesn’t necessarily make Caribic better, but you will have more games to play – 600+ here vs. 200+ at the other 2 casinos – and you’ll have more variety here.
What kinds of games can you play? What are some examples of games you’ll find here?
The games are sorted into the following categories:
You can also filter games based on software provider, alphabetical order, popularity and more.
Now let’s look at some of the games you can play. In no particular order…
The Heat Is On
Bar Bar Joker Pro
Fruit Vs Candy
Dead Or Alive
Super Wilds: Earth’s Wildest Superheroes
Guns N’ Roses
The Invisible Man
Jekyll And Hyde
Super Nudge 6000
Lucky 8 Line
Rock The Boat
Break Da Bank
Triple Pocket Holdem
There are a few variants where the biggest difference is in the table stakes offered.
Vegas Strip Blackjack
Atlantic City Blackjack
High Limit European Blackjack
Classic Blackjack Gold
European Blackjack Redeal
Vegas Single Deck Blackjack
Hilo 13 European Blackjack
European Roulette Gold
Cyber Stud Poker
High Limit Baccarat
There are several variants here that revolve around different table limits.
These are games that have progressive jackpots. Some of your options include:
The most popular and highest paying machine – by far – is Mega Moolah. This machine has paid tens of millions of dollars to people over the last decade.
All Aces Poker
Double Joker Power Poker
Double Bonus Poker
Jacks or Better
Aces and Faces
They don’t have video poker listed anywhere in their navigation. The only way I could find these games was to use search for ‘poker’ using their search bar.
Live Casino Games
Ultimate Texas Holdem
Caribbean Stud Poker
Blackjack Platinum VIP
Blackjack VIP A
Double Ball Roulette
Auto Roulette VIP
European Roulette VIP
Caribbean Stud Poker
This is one of the more impressive live dealer casinos I’ve come across. They have more than 30 games to choose from. That said, the key differences between a few of these games – especially the baccarat and blackjack tables – are the stakes, dealers and times the games are available.
What devices are compatible with their casino?
The casino is available using your browser (instant play), which means it should be compatible with Macs, Windows and Linux users.
They have a mobile casino, too. All you need to do is go to CaribicCasino.com, and they’ll redirect you to their mobile site – no download or app needed.
They’re not bad.
What I really like about them are all their games – especially the 30+ different live dealer games. They have lots of slots, too, as well as a good variety of table and video poker games.
They don’t have a lot of offers, though. The offers aren’t very big, either. They all have a relatively high playthrough at 35x the deposit and bonus (70x total). You can’t play most, if not any, table game to clear their offers, either.
And I’ve heard that some of their games are only available in certain jurisdictions due to the regulations placed on some software providers. I’ve seen that firsthand being in the U.S. and having to use a VPN just to see any games they offer.
That’s the extent of my complaints about them, though. If you can look past or even skip the bonuses, then CaribicCasino.com might be worth a closer look.