- Website: www.casimba.com
- Launched in 2017
- Licensed by Malta Gaming Authority, UK Gambling Commission
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Casimba Casino Review for 2022
Have you heard of Casimba Casino? The name is a bit weird, isn’t it? Casimba? A quick Google search reveals that it doesn’t stand for anything, either.
While their name may be weird, their casino is anything but. Here you’ll find a casino with 500+ games from 20+ software developers. You’ll also find a welcome bonus valued at $6,500 and other incentives worth multiples of that.
Not so weird now, right? In fact, that sounds pretty darn exciting, if you ask us.
Now, not everything about them is great. There are a few things we think Casimba Casino can do better. You’ll see what we mean in the video poker, promotions, and banking sections of our review.
We’ll share both the good and bad. That way you’ll have ALL the information you need to decide whether Casimba is the right fit for you.
The first step to figuring that out, though, is to start reading the review. It starts in the next section.
Casimba Casino Basic Information
Casimba Casino is owned by Caddell Limited N.V. and managed by White Hat Gaming Limited.
They got started in 2017, so they’re a brand-new casino. We’ve reviewed other casinos from both companies, and they all have positive reviews. A couple examples include Spinland Casino, Miami Dice, and Casiland Casino. We’re optimistic that Casimba won’t be any different.
Especially considering where they’re licensed and regulated. Casimba has a license through the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) and the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC).
Both are top-notch gaming regulators, which means you can feel safe giving Casimba your information and hard-earned money.
Restricted Countries – Who Can Play
You cannot play at Casimba Casino if you live in one of the following countries:
- American Samoa
- Lao People’s Democratic Republic
- North Korea
- Northern Mariana Islands
- Papua New Guinea
- Sao Tome and Principe
- South Africa
- Sri Lanka
- United States
- United States Minor Outlying Islands
- Virgin Islands (US)
One of the things that excited us about Casimba Casino is that they work with more than 20 software providers. You’ll get to play games from these providers.
- Evolution Gaming
- NYX Interactive
- Blueprint Gaming
- Genesis Gaming
- Leander Games
- Amaya (Chartwell)
- Edict (Merkur Gaming)
- 2 By 2 Gaming
- Big Time Gaming
- Games Warehouse
- Elk Studios
- Lightning Box
- Multicommerce Game Studio
You’ll find all sorts of games here. For example, you can play progressive slots, video poker, slots with bonus rounds, live dealer blackjack, roulette, and loads more.
We’re going to share a few specific examples of the games you can play in the following sections. We’ll also tell you what we liked most and liked least about them.
Let’s get into it.
Casimba has more than 50 games in their table game section. However, this number is skewed since it includes some of their video poker and live dealer games.
That said, they still have a solid selection of table and card games to choose from. Here are some of your choices.
- Classic Blackjack
- European Roulette
- American Roulette
- French Roulette
- Roulette Master
- Blackjack Pro
- Double Xposure
- Single Deck Blackjack
- Casino Hold’em
- Oasis Poker
- Odd One In
- Punto Banco
- Red Dog
- Sharp Shooter
- Six Shooter
- TXS Hold’em
There are a couple of variants on top of this. For example, you can sometimes choose between low, standard, and high stakes. You’ll also find variants that have better graphics.
This is a decent selection. You’ll find no shortage of duplicate titles from different software. But they balance this well with the unique variety of games in the list above.
We checked out a few of these games, too. Table stakes start at around $1 and peak at $200-$500 for blackjack, and the same for roulette.
Keep in mind this will vary based on the game you play and the software developer it came from.
Which is partly why we hesitate to criticize the $500 max. That, and the fact that they have live dealer games. Those tend to have (much) higher limits.
Their games look good. We have no complaints there, nor with how they work. Each game also has settings where you can adjust game speed, sound, limits, special bets, and more.
Our biggest gripe – other than maybe having specific games, like Pai Gow Poker – is that we couldn’t find a way to turn on their free money games. They don’t have a FAQ page, either, where you might find that information.
That said, we did have the option to play for free from our mobile phone. So, we sent them an email to ask what’s up. Here’s what they said:
That’s a bummer...
Outside that, this table game section is a solid effort from Casimba Casino.
You’ll find some of their video poker games in their table game section. But you’ll find most (all) of them in their poker section. That’s where we recommend you go.
Here are the games you’ll find here.
- Aces & Eights Poker
- All American Double Up
- Deuces Wild Double Up
- Joker Wild Double Up
- Jacks or Better Poker
- Jacks or Better Double Up
This is it, unfortunately.
Volume shouldn’t be an issue for casinos when they can work with just about any software company they want to. Not to mention that there are US casinos who don’t have that benefit, yet they offer 10+ video poker games.
That’s our biggest complaint – that they don’t have enough unique video poker titles.
As far as graphics go, it depends on the software developers. We opened up a Jacks or Better from NetEnt. It had a Web 2.0 feel. Lots of gradients and shiny buttons.
It’s outdated, sure, but it doesn’t look like MS-DOS. Which is exactly what Microgaming’s Jacks or Better looks like, as well as most brick-and-mortar video poker machines.
To each their own. Both games work just fine, which is what matters most.
As for limits, we found machines that let you bet as low as $0.10 and as much as $50 per round.
Overall, it’d be nice to see more games to choose from. Everything else looks fine.
Casimba says they have more than 500 casino games. Not too shabby, if you ask us. You’ll find the majority of them under the slots heading.
Here’s a sneak peek at the games you’ll find here.
- Fruit Spin
- The Phantom’s Curse (Universal Monsters)
- Temple Quest Spinfinity
- Golden Money Frog
- Twin Sin Deluxe
- Wacky Panda
- The Phantom of the Opera
- Planet of the Apes
- The Jungle II
- Blood Suckers II
- Wild Run
- Danger High Voltage
- Jurassic World
- Forbidden Throne
- Gold Cup
- Break Da Bank Again
- The Finer Reels of Life
- Brides Maids
- Game of Thrones
- Lost Vegas
- Kings of Cash
- Fruit Vs. Candy
- Sam on the Beach
- Agent Jane Blonde
- Jurassic Park
- Terminator 2
- Jungle Spirit
- The Twisted Circus
- Tomb Raider
- King Kong Island of Skull Mnt
- Dracula (Universal Monsters)
- Judge Dredd
- Fruit Warp
- The Invisible Man
This barely scrapes the surface. These account for less than 10% of their machines if you take Casimba at their word.
Not only do they have lots of machines, but they also cover lots of themes. This is great because between their themes and features, you have lots of variety. For example, at Casimba Casino, you’ll find slot machines that have or revolve around the following.
- Bonus Rounds
- Licensed Properties
- TV Shows
- Video Games
- Board Games
There are so many slots that it’d be understandable if you were indecisive as to which slot machines you’d play for.
You want our unsolcited opinion?
We’d play the Universal Monster slots first, then Jurassic Park or Game of Thrones. Because we’ve enjoyed each movie or TV show, it’s a no-brainer to assume we’d also enjoy their slot machines.
If none of those appeal to you, that’s okay. There are hundreds of other slot machines to choose from. Just think of a theme, movie, or subject you enjoy. Chances are you’ll find a slot machine with a similar subject or theme.
Casimba even has progressive jackpots. More than 35 of them, in fact. Mega Moolah is the most popular. It has paid out millions to lucky players over the past decade. Right now, the jackpot is sitting at $5.5+ million. Will you be the one to win it?
As for stakes, they’re tough to give concrete numbers on, as there are hundreds of machines. Limits will vary based on the number of reels, lines, special features, and more. That said, we did find limits as low as $0.01 per line, which is standard. Then we found a few machines that let you bet $100-$200 per round.
Most budgets will be accommodated here.
Live Dealer Games
You’ll find a hearty selection of live dealer games from NetEnt and Evolution Gaming. The games you can play include the list below.
- Dream Catcher
- Ultimate Texas Hold’em
- Caribbean Stud Poker
- Casino Hold’em
- Three Card Poker
- Automatic Roulette
- Common Draw Blackjack
- Live Roulette
- VIP Roulette
Not bad, yeah? It’s nice to see a little variety instead of just blackjack and roulette variants. You’ll find a bunch of tables, and possibly a couple of variants not listed on the main page in each of the developers’ live dealer lobbies.
This is where you’ll get a better idea of the different options you’ll have, too, between the dealers and stakes. As for dealers, you can choose between men and women. They also have tables where you can speak your native language. We found a German table, for example.
As for stakes, you can play for as little as $0.50-$1.00 to as much as $10,000 for table games and $75,000 for roulette.
The bottom line – it’s hard to go wrong here if you’re a live casino player.
The following sections cover the banking options you can use to deposit and withdraw from Casimba Casino.
You can use the following methods to fund your account.
- SEPA Bank Transfer
These are the options available to UK players. Your options may be different if you’re in a different country.
They say nothing about limits or fees on their website. We sent them an email, and they said you can set your own deposit limits. This gives us the impression there aren’t any deposit limits.
You can use the following options to cash out your winnings.
- Bank Wire Transfer
Cash-outs will take 1-7 days, depending on the option you use. All cash-outs are made to the same method you used to make your deposit (if possible).
The minimum cash-out is $30. They don’t post a max. We sent them an email, and they said their weekly cash-out limit is $5,000. They also say (in their terms and conditions) that if you win more than $100,000, they reserve the right to pay you in as many as 10 installments.
The exception is progressive jackpots – it looks like these are paid in full. This is good news. Keep in mind that they may hold your winnings for up to 30 days for verification, though.
Casimba Casino has a few offers running. Here are the details behind each one.
- Welcome Bonus – Make a deposit of $20 or more, and you’ll be eligible for their $6,500 welcome bonus. This offer is spread out over your first three deposits like so.
- 1st Deposit – 200% match up to $5,000
- 2nd Deposit – 50% match up to $1,000
- 3rd Deposit – 75% match up to $500
You’ll also receive 50 free spins and 500 loyalty points on your first deposit. Your second and third deposit will come with another 50 and 25 free spins. You can use these on any NetEnt game.
The playthrough on this offer is 35x the bonus, which is reasonable.
- Luxury Trip – Win a seven-night luxury trip for two to Thailand. Here’s how you can enter: you’ll receive 1 Casimba Point for every $10 you deposit. Once you reach 1,000 points, your name will be entered into their monthly Dream Holiday prize draw.
This package is worth $20,000. However, it may be possible to opt for a cash alternative instead. This is valued at 75%, or $15,000, and will be at the casino’s discretion.
- Loyalty Rewards – You’ll earn 2 points for every $10 you wager (though, this does depend on the game you play). You can redeem every 1,000 points you accumulate for a $5 casino bonus.
Casimba gives you 500 points when you make your first deposit, which means you’ll already be halfway to your first $5 deposit.
It looks like they have a regular VIP program, too. They don’t say whether it’s points they use to determine your VIP level, though that’d make the most sense.
We sent them an email, and they wanted more information before they could answer our question. This shouldn’t be necessary, as we only wanted the basics of how their program worked.
Anyway, what we do know is that there are four tiers: Silver, Gold, Diamond, and Elite. Elite status is by invitation only.
Some of the perks members will enjoy include the following.
- 24/7 support
- Bonus upgrade ($100 to $1,000+)
- Personal account manager
- Custom cash-back offers
- Higher weekly cash-out limits
- Free tourney entries
- Exclusive promotions and events
- Birthday gifts
It’s great to see that they offer a cash-back program, a standard VIP program, and an invite-only program. That way everyone, of all budgets, is supported.
That’s all they’ve got for offers.
Their promotions are on the thin side. It’d be nice to see another offer for players who are on their fourth (or higher) deposit.
That said, their deposit bonus is relatively large. $6,500 is a LOT of money. What’s more is that that you can claim it over 3 deposits instead of all at once. That helps a ton if you don’t happen to have $6,500 lying around.
The bonus has got a reasonable playthrough, too.
Last, they do have a VIP program which comes bonuses and other perks. What we’re getting at is that there are plenty of incentives to chase after your third deposit bonus. It’s not the end of the world that they don’t have more.
Casimba Casino has an instant-play casino. This means you’ll play their games using your web browser. You don’t need to download anything.
Their mobile casino is laid out well and easy to navigate. They have tabs for slots, live dealer, new games, jackpots, scratch tickets, and software providers.
We checked out the Excalibur slot machine. It looked a little dated, and the graphics were rough. It wasn’t as polished as the other games we’ve played. We suspect this is more to do with the specific game we chose. It’s not an indication of what all their mobile games are like.
Despite its graphics, the game worked great. We had no problems adjusting the settings or playing a few rounds.
As for availability, your mileage will depend depending on the country you’re playing from. You’ll have to check them out yourself.
Last, iOS and Android, and, to an extent, Windows users, should have no problems playing here.
You can contact the support staff at Casimba Casino using these options.
We emailed them three times with questions about their VIP program, banking limits, and practice games.
They responded fast to each email, so no complaints there. They answered two out of three emails to our satisfaction. They could’ve done a better job answering our question about their VIP program.
That said, their support still gets two thumbs up from us.
Conclusion – Casimba Casino
What did we think? They’ve done a good job. Here are a couple of the things we liked most about Casimba.
Casimba Casino has a relatively large deposit bonus for first-time players, which was spread out over 3 deposits. That’s pretty cool.
You can’t go wrong with 500+ high-quality casino games, either. No download’s needed – you can play from your browser using your computer or mobile device.
That said, we think they can improve some aspects of their game section. They could add some more video poker games, for instance. We also think they could add a couple more offers to their promotions section.
We’re also not a fan of the $250,000-win-limit. We feel that if a machine can trigger a $300,000 win, you should be able to collect all of it.
Those are minor complaints, though, and certainly nothing that’d keep us from playing here.
Check them out if you’re in the market for a new casino to join.