CasinoEuro Review

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The online casino industry can seem very crowded at times.  There are literally hundreds of sites available for you to make a deposit, and with dozens of different software suppliers out there, after a while, it can all become a big blur.  As a casino reviewer, I am always on the hunt for something unique; maybe a site focuses on slots or video poker, or they have an interesting theme to their site.  In most cases, what I find is a site with one software supplier, and all the standard bells and whistles.  Maybe a site will branch out and add a second or a third vendor.

And then there is Casino Euro.

These guys are unique in that they use over 10 different software partners!  This means that they are able to offer almost 1,000 game titles to their players; this may sound like a lot, but it truly makes them a one-stop shop for your casino needs.  Let’s have a more detailed look at the Casino Euro site.

About Casino Euro


Casino Euro is owned and operated by the BML Group.  This company, based in Malta, also own the Betsson, Mr. Smith, and BetSafe brands.  These brands are some of the most well known in the online gaming space, and this lends a lot of credibility to the Casino Euro brand.

Casino Euro has multiple licenses.  They are currently licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission.  Between these two licenses, it is safe to say that their business practices are being highly scrutinized; this is excellent for players as the most important thing for anyone playing online for real money is a sense of trust that their deposits are safe and that the games are not rigged.  Casino Euro has this covered on several levels.

Who Can Play at Casino Euro

Well, the good news here is that the list of restricted countries for this casino is far shorter than many I have reviewed in the past.  The bad news is that American players cannot access Casino Euro.  Additionally, many European countries are restricted; the company is respecting the laws in those countries, and I am sure that when they are allowed to gain access to those jurisdictions, they will quickly open their doors.  Here are the countries that are not allowed to play at Casino Euro:

  • Belgium
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • France
  • French Guiana
  • Guadeloupe
  • Martinique
  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • United States

Software Suppliers

Well, this could be the longest part of this review!  As I mentioned earlier, the unique position Casino Euro decided to take for their brand was to partner with as many software suppliers as they could to bring you the most comprehensive suite of games I have seen in a long time.  Here’s a list of the providers that you can find in use at the casino:

  • Ash Gaming
  • Blueprint Gaming
  • Core Gaming
  • Evolution
  • Gamevy
  • IGT Interactive
  • Microgaming
  • NetEnt
  • Novomatic
  • NYX Gaming
  • Play’n GO
  • Quickspin
  • Realistic Games
  • Red Tiger Gaming
  • SG Gaming
  • Thunderkick
  • WMS Gaming
  • Yggdrasil

Now, most of these companies provide only slots content to the casino, but that’s just fine with me; I don’t need to see all the table games clogged up in the lobby when slots content is the real differentiator.

The casino is available for instant play through your PC browser, as well as via a mobile browser.  If you live in jurisdictions where it is available, you can actually download a native Casino Euro app to your mobile device; this will give you an enhanced mobile experience for both their digital casino and Live Dealer options.

The Good Stuff

So Many Jackpots

I am often found playing jackpot slots when I am testing casinos for my reviews; call me a sucker, but I like the idea of one spin changing my life.  I usually put the Jackpots into this section of a review if I find more than 10 different progressives; Casino Euro has a staggering 58 jackpots on the go!  At the time of this review, the highest progressive was well over $1 million; definitely a life-changing amount of money.

You can see all the jackpot games clearly in the casino lobby, with many of them featuring a rolling total of what you could win if you are the lucky player.

Excellent Website

This may seem minor to many of you, but when you spend as much time as I do combing through the pages of a casino site trying to bring you a complete review, this really matters.  A casino should be making it as easy as possible for you to find the information you need so you can get back to playing games; this is of course how the casino makes their money!

The entire Casino Euro website is easy to navigate and isn’t bogged down with too much text; the FAQ and Terms and Conditions are easily accessed and make the rest of the navigation quite pleasant.

The Bad Stuff

Weak Welcome Bonus

There is an argument to be made that an outrageously large Welcome Bonus can only bring scammers to the game while spreading the love over many different promotions creates the kind of player a casino is looking for – loyal.  I agree with this position in principle. However, I don’t think that given the size of the organization and the very competitive European online casino landscape, Casino Euro could be a little more aggressive with their Initial Deposit Bonus.  Details of that bonus and other promotions will follow a bit later on in this review.

No VIP Program

If the Deposit Bonus was confusing to me, this one is downright mind-boggling.  Despite checking everywhere, including other review sites, trying to find information on Casino Euro’s Comp or VIP Programs.  Shockingly, I was unable to find any reference to these types of programs.  I find it hard to believe that a company of BML’s stature wouldn’t want to reward their most loyal players.

I am hopeful that they have some sort of program behind the scenes or that it is a program that is being revamped.  This is likely just the optimist in me coming through; if the company doesn’t have any VIP program, it is a real disappointment.

Game Selection

Ok, with over 900 games to talk about, it’s about time we get to this part of the review!  As I mentioned, the casino uses many software vendors, with most of the content skewing to the slots area.



Holy cow.  I cannot believe how many slots games there are available to you at Casino Euro.  For me, this is excellent news; using multiple software partners means that you are probably going to find the titles you love, and also some you have never tried before.  We have already talked about how many progressive jackpots there are in the slots lobby; there are also a whole host of games with excellent bonus levels if that is what you prefer.

There are way too many slots (over 700 at last count) for me to list them all here; here is a compilation of some of the more popular and some of my favorites:

  • 300 Shields
  • 50 Dragons
  • 5 Reel Drive
  • Adventures in Wonderland
  • Age of Discovery
  • Alaskan Fishing
  • Amazon Queen
  • An Evening with Holly Madison
  • Angel or Devil
  • Apollo: God of the Sun
  • Arabian Nights
  • Avalon
  • Basketball Star
  • Batman
  • Battlestar Galactica
  • Beach
  • Big Top
  • II
  • Black Widow
  • Blazing Goddess
  • Blood Suckers
  • Candyland
  • Carnaval
  • Cash Coaster
  • Cash Drop
  • Cashing Rainbows
  • CaShino
  • Cazino Zeppelin
  • Centre Court
  • Champion’s Goal
  • Cirque Du Soleil Kooza
  • Clash of Queens
  • Classic Fruit
  • Cleopatra
  • Cleopatra’s Gold
  • Cleopatra Plus
  • DaVinci Diamonds
  • Day of the Dead
  • Dazzle Me
  • Doctor Love 20-Line
  • Downtown
  • Dracula’s Blood Bank
  • Dragon Ship
  • Dragon Shrine
  • Dragons Mystery
  • Dragonz
  • Drive: Multiplier Mayhem
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Crystal Caverns
  • Eagle’s Wings
  • Easter Eggs
  • Empire Fortune
  • Enchanted Crystals
  • Enchanted Meadow
  • Energoonz
  • Epic Journey
  • Epic Monopoly II
  • Esqueleto Explosivo
  • Fiesta Cubana
  • Fire Horse
  • Flame of Fortune
  • Flowers
  • Frogs ‘n Flies
  • Frozen Diamonds
  • Frozen Inferno
  • Fruit Bonanza
  • Fruit Case
  • Game of Thrones
  • Garden Party
  • Ghost Pirates
  • Giant’s Gold
  • Giant Gems
  • Golden Fish Tank
  • Golden Goal
  • Golden Goddess
  • Gonzo’s Quest
  • Gorilla Chief 2
  • Gunslinger
  • Gunsmoke
  • Guns N’ Roses
  • Hall of Gods
  • Holmes and the Stolen Stones
  • Hong Kong Tower
  • In Bloom
  • Incinerator
  • Invaders from the Planet Moolah
  • Irish Eyes
  • Irish Eyes 2
  • It Came From The Moon
  • Jack’s Beanstalk
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Jackpot Jester 50000
  • Jackpot Jester Wild Nudge
  • James Dean
  • James Win
  • Jazz of New Orleans
  • Jokerizer
  • Joker Jester
  • Joker Millions
  • Justice League
  • Karaoke Party
  • Kathmandu
  • KISS® Shout it out Loud!
  • Kitty Ca$h
  • Kitty Glitter
  • Leprechaun’s Luck
  • Leprechaun Goes Egypt
  • Lucky 8-Line
  • Lucky Angler: A Snowy Catch
  • Lucky Diamonds
  • Lucky Halloween
  • Lucky Koi
  • Lucky Leprechaun
  • Major Millions
  • Mandarin Orchid
  • Masques of San Marco
  • Matsuri
  • Mayan Princess
  • Mayan Riches
  • Medusa
  • Medusa II
  • Megadeth
  • Mega Fortune
  • Mega Fortune Dreams
  • MegaJackpots Cleopatra
  • MegaJackpots Isle O’ Plenty
  • MegaJackpots Siberian Storm
  • MegaJackpots Wolf Run
  • Mega Joker
  • Mega Money Multiplier
  • Mega Moolah
  • Mega Moolah Isis
  • Nirvana
  • Nordic Heroes
  • NRVNA: The Nxt Experience
  • Rainbow Riches
  • Rainbow Riches: Pick’n’Mix
  • Rainbow Riches Reels of Gold
  • Rainforest Dream
  • Ramesses Riches
  • Randall’s Riches
  • Random 2 Wild
  • Random 2 Wins
  • Random Runner
  • Razortooth
  • Red Baron
  • Retro Reels
  • Rocky
  • Roman Chariots
  • Rome & Egypt
  • Secret Santa
  • Secrets of Atlantis
  • Serengeti Diamonds
  • Sevens High
  • She’s A Rich Girl
  • Space Wars
  • Spanish Eyes
  • Sparks
  • Spin Party
  • Spin Sorceress
  • Spring Break
  • Star Trek: Explore New Worlds
  • Star Trek: Red Alert
  • Star Trek: The Trouble with Tribbles
  • Sunrise Reels
  • Sunset Delight
  • Sunset Reels
  • SunTide
  • Supe It Up
  • Superman
  • Super Monopoly Money
  • Temple of Gold
  • Temple Quest
  • Temptation Queen
  • Terminator 2
  • Texas Tea
  • The Heat is On
  • The Invisible Man
  • The Lab
  • The Super 80s
  • The Wizard of Oz Wicked Riches
  • Thief
  • Thunderfist
  • Thunderstruck
  • Toki Time
  • Tomb Raider
  • Tutankhamun
  • Twin Joker
  • Twin Spin
  • Unicorn Legend
  • Universal Monsters Dracula
  • Untamed Giant Panda
  • Untamed Wolf Pack
  • Venetian Rose
  • Viking Vanguard
  • Volcano Eruption
  • Warlords: Crystals of Power
  • When Pigs Fly
  • Wild Antics
  • Wild West
  • Wild Wild Chest
  • Wild Wild West: The Great Train Heist
  • Wonky Wabbits
  • Xcalibur
  • Xmas Joker
  • Yggdrasil Tree of Life
  • Zombies
  • Zoom

Table Games


Casino Euro leans on Net Entertainment for the majority of their table games.  As a result, you aren’t going to find as many of the variants as you might at another online casino, but the games you do find are robust and cover all the bases when it comes to traditional casino gaming.  Here’s what’s currently in their lobby:

  • European Roulette
  • English Roulette
  • Super Wheel
  • Casino Hold’em
  • Vegas Craps
  • VIP French Roulette
  • Pai Gow Poker
  • Caribbean Poker
  • European Blackjack Multihand
  • Casino Stud Poker
  • Punto Banco (VIP)
  • Triple Pocket Hold’em
  • Blackjack Multihand
  • Monopoly Roulette Tycoon
  • American Roulette
  • VIP Baccarat
  • Blackjack Single Deck

Video Poker

The video poker area of a casino, either online or land-based, is where I put in a lot of time.  I love the game; the pay tables are generous, and I feel like I have at least a little control over the machine at times.  At Casino Euro, I found all the standard variants of Video Poker, which was sufficient for me even if I would have liked to see a few more of the more recent games.  All in all, the play of these games is excellent, and hey, I even managed to hit a couple big hands during my session!

  • Jacks or Better
  • Aces & Faces
  • Double Bonus
  • Double Double Bonus
  • Joker Wild
  • Deuces Wild
  • All Americans
  • Tens or Better

Live Dealer

Here is another area where Casino Euro sets themselves apart from other online casinos.  The Live Dealer games, which are becoming more and more popular as the months go by, are usually limited to 4 or 5 options when you open up a casino lobby screen.  This is not the case at Casino Euro; the company uses multiple providers to bring you 32 different Live Dealer options.  This is an incredible array of games for you to try; they even have some excellent crossover promotions between their Live Dealer and digital casino which we will review a little later on.  Here are all the tables available right now in the Live Dealer lobby:

    • Live Roulette
    • Live Blackjack
    • Live Roulette Extreme
    • Double Ball Roulette Table
    • Golden Ball
    • Grand Casino Dual Roulette
    • Live Immersive Roulette
    • Speed Roulette
    • VIP Blackjack
    • Live Blackjack Lobby
    • Blackjack Party
    • Fortune Vip Blackjack Table
    • Dream Catcher
    • Speed Baccarat
    • Ultimate Texas Holdem
    • Live Casino Holdem
    • Live Roulette Table
    • Live VIP Roulette
    • Dragonara Roulette
    • Caribbean Stud Poker
    • Baccarat Squeeze
    • Live Baccarat
    • Three Card Poker
    • Real Casino Roulette
    • Lounge Blackjack 1
    • Real Casino Roulette
    • Lounge Roulette
    • Punto Banco Baccarat


Welcome Bonus

As we discussed in the Bad Stuff section of this review, the Casino Euro Welcome Bonus doesn’t exactly inspire me to make a deposit for bonus reasons.  The initial deposit bonus is a 100% match Bonus to a maximum of $150.  It’s definitely not aggressive, but the playthrough requirement of 40x deposit only is actually achievable so you may walk away with some of that bonus cash at the end of the initial play.

Deposit Lottery

Another promotion that caught my eye is the casino’s monthly Deposit Lottery.  This is as easy a promo as you will find in any casino; you receive one ticket in the draw for every $30 you deposit in a month.  At the first of each month, the casino makes 101 players winners; 100 will receive $50, and one lucky player gets $500.  Not too shabby for just making a deposit; no play is required!


Banking at Casino Euro is a very smooth experience.  Having licenses in Malta and the UK allow the company to gain access to favorable rates at the best processors, and the ability to use companies like Neteller means that players can get their withdrawals processed in 24 hours or less.

Deposit Options

  • ClickandBuy
  • EcoPayz
  • Maestro
  • MasterCard
  • Neteller
  • Paysafe Card
  • Speedcard
  • Ukash
  • Visa Electron
  • Visa
  • Entropay
  • Ticket Premium
  • Skrill

Withdrawal Options

  • Bank Wire Transfer
  • ClickandBuy
  • ECO Card
  • Neteller
  • Visa Electron
  • Visa
  • Skrill

Customer Service

The Customer Service area of the Casino Euro website is one of the best I have ever seen.  The Help Center has a full range of FAQ, which I would suggest probably deal with 70% of all the questions you could have about the casino.  The FAQ is laid out in a very easy-to-find manner, sorted by many different topics. I am very impressed with what I see there.

Also, in that area, you can find the information on how to contact the casino, along with the average wait times for a response.  This is a very bold move by the casino; telling someone that they will receive an email response in 30-60 minutes 24 hours a day (or 30 seconds for Live Chat) is putting their Service team to task.  I for one think this is a brilliant move by the casino; that kind of transparency gives players an extra level of trust.

Would I Play at Casino Euro?

Absolutely.  These guys have really taken their casino offering to the next level.  Not only are they owned by one of the most respected companies in the online gaming industry, but their relationship with many of the top software vendors means that you are going to find the most diverse array of games of almost any casino online.  While they could use a little improvement with their Welcome Bonus and their Video Poker games (in my opinion), the over 900 games to choose from has to be close to a record for an online casino.  Boredom will not be an issue for you at Casino Euro, so if you are able to access the games, then I highly recommend you give this site a try.

Jim Beviglia
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Jim Beviglia has been a gambling writer at since 2018. During that time, he’s written just about every type of article related to gambling, including reviews of betting sites, guides to popular casino games, betting tips on both casino and sports betting, sports and casino blog posts, and game picks. In addition to online gambling, one of Jim’s other major interests is music. He has been doing freelance work for various music sites and magazines for two decades. Among his outlets past and present are American Songwriter, VinylMePlease, Treble, and The Bluegrass Situation. Jim has also written five books on music that were published by Rowman & Littlefield.