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For the life of me, I can't stop misspelling Casoo, as Casio, for some godforsaken reason. May be they deliberately named it this way, for easy remembrance.

Right, so I bought the tickets and set out on a train journey to find out their deal. Unfortunately, I couldn't get pass the third station. I must confess openly. I don't know why anyone should sign up at Casoo. There's nothing unique about this shop, the merchandize, or even the geniuses behind the counter. Yet it exists, and has been since 2019.

Is it the futuristic glyphs? Is it the makes-no-sense-at-all brand storyline about rocketing to the stars to win jackpots? You tell me.

Well, in the end I did decide to put in a concerted, unalloyed effort, and actually read, sentence by sentence, what the casino review sites like Strafe, Casino Guru, Ask Gamblers and their cousins, ranking on Google, for Casoo reviews, had to say about them, all with a vague hope of getting something edible, that can be justifiably appreciated.

So here's their deal, as sold by the internet gurus of casino affiliate marketing.

They're licensed in Curacao with the front name of SG International N.V.; accept gamblers from a wide number of countries, barring the US, and a few European nations. With a second-tier permission-paper at hand, they can be as lenient as they like, on what to offer and whom to take. Casoo can be awarded a few brownies for keeping its gates open for multi-colored gamblers.

Design of their website is rather simplistic, and this is rather better than good. It resizes easily based on the dimensions of the screen, making it authentically smartphone-compatible. The color scheme on their site is thankfully dark blue, with fine brushes of purple, served freshly baked with custom white fonts. Their entire dressing look doesn't hit the eye with a blow torch.

The rich and the famous are given a special status. Their VIP progam seems to have been structured to keep the opulent busy with their slots and live casino games. The deeper-than-the-ocean pockets are best protected, when the cash is continuously being cha-chinged out of them.

Gaming companies like Evolution Gaming, Play’n GO, NetEnt, Endorphina (countless others) keep their ecosystem intact and oiled-up. Slots, Blackjack, Roulette, all types of games, for all types of taste buds are dinner-ready 24x7.

Cards, Cryptocurrencies, major European e-wallets, can be used to deposit. Only 20 €/$ needs to be set aside to get started. Withdrawals have an upper limit of €10,000 per month, and €50,000 per year. This maximum-withdrawal roadblock sets them apart from many of the offshore brands, as being slightly above a mediocre online casino, for small-time, tiny deposit, mostly bonus hunting, time-wasting gamblers. I mean seriously? €50K max per year. Forget about winning a jackpot.

And this brings me to another one of their rather shameful, absurd display of hogwash on the front page of their site. The total jackpot is splendidly plastered as crossing nine to ten million Euros, yet, their 12-month withdrawal capacity can't cross 50k. I don't know who's a bigger fool, the ones thinking they'll be paid a decent jackpot in their lifetime; or the ones tactfully-masking and clandestinely selling this unbuyable art piece.

Their client support system is powered by a ticketing system. Live chat is available. This is a department that probably gives them some redemption. Nothing is gratifying about their welcome bonus either, but it's out there and it wants your business. Up to €2k and 200 free spins. Every second Curacao casino is selling an identical script.

There's also plenty of betterish alternatives available; say names like BigSpinCasino; Bob Casino; Ditobet; Mason Slots; Cookie Casino; JackpotyCity; LeoVegas; Lucky Nugget; and two of my personal chart-toppers Miami Club Casino and Mummys Gold.

Casoo, to put it nicely, is nothing more than a small international betting site, that serves the crampings of one-cent-a-spin, I-have-only-€20-in-my-pocket type of retail muck. Anyone with serious money and intentions, has better exit roads to cut to. Scads of better betting sites will happily fill in.

 

Claire Reid

I'm a Casino Dealer, Writer and a Musician. And guess what? I also write for BestSites.Bet on casinos and sports betting related topics.

 

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