Caribic Casino Review
Caribic Casino is a tropical paradise where all your dreams come true. At least that's what we would have written if this was some bullshit promotional article. Being us, we'll just say that it's an alright casino with nice games, good reputation, pretty website, and little below average bonus wagering requirements.
- Nice collection of Microgaming and Netent games;
- Pretty "tropical” website;
- Licenses from Malta and the UK;
- Good reputation at major watchdog portals;
- Excellent banking options;
- 24/7 support;
- Bonus wagering requirements are slightly below average;
- Some players have reported slow payouts;
Caribic Casino opened in 2015. Over these two years, it has made itself a nice reputation and earned approval from several gambling portals. They do sometimes delay payments, but with some patience, you’ll still get your winnings. The casino holds not one, not two, but three gambling licenses - from the UK, Malta, and Curacao. That’s definitely how to say that you don’t want to be an average gaming venue, such as the Aston Casino or Casino Club
The website looks fine, with its calm dark theme, and bright spots of tropical colours here and there. The instant play lobby is nice - you can switch between the traditional tile view and list view, sort the games alphabetically or by popularity, filter them by software, and so on. Some nice quality-of-life options there.
The game lobby offers some nice quality-of-life options - sorting, filtering, and different games layouts.
Banking: The list of payment options is huge. Besides your standard Skrill, credit cards, Neteller, and Paysafecard, you also get a gazillion local and uncommon payment methods like Moneta, iDeal, Trustly, Giropay, and about a dozen more. There doesn't seem to be any unfair withdrawal terms in the T&C’s.
Customer Support: If you can’t find something in the FAQ section (which is quite helpful), you can contact the support team 24/7 through the live chat (available in several languages, including German, Russian, and Czech) and email.
Software and Game Variety
The games at Caribic Casino are provided by a couple of developers, mostly Netent and Microgaming. There are other developers as well - Endorphina, JoinGames, Leander (called Lega for some reason, and featuring some Quickspin games), but their games are few. In total there are just over 300 titles.
- Video Slots: Immortal Romance, Starburst, Dead or Alive, Jurassic Park, Guns’n’Roses;
- Jackpots: Mega Moolah, Arabian Nights;
- Classic Slots: Break da Bank, Fantastic 7s, Double Wammy;
- Video Poker: Aces and Faces, Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, Bonus Poker;
- Table and Card Games: Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Casino Hold’em;
- Other Games: Keno, Spingo, Premier Racing, Scratch Cards;
Mobile and Live Games
Mobile version of the website works fine, everything runs fast and smooth. If anything, the games thumbnails could be in higher resolution. Some of them are really an insult to your amazing Retina display.
Live casino section lists numerous tables for roulette, blackjack, baccarat, and casino poker, that vary in languages, bet limits, and opening hours. There are also live dealer games like Dice Duel, War of Bets, and Wheel of Fortune.
Bonuses and Promotions
The welcome bonus at Caribic Casino includes 100% deposit match bonus up to €300, and 50 free spins on Aloha Cluster Pays. The wagering requirements are more or less fine - 40 times the bonus amount - there are other limitations applied. The maximum bet is limited to €6 per game round. Only slots, keno, and scratch cards are allowed. Welcome bonuses were sticky, but in September 2017 Caribic guys came to their senses, and made them regular, which is a good sign. This shows us not only the casino’s progressive management but also the superiority of common sense over simple greed.
Welcome bonuses were sticky, but in September 2017 Caribic guys came to their senses, and made them regular.
Be sure to check out other promos as well, there’s currently a bunch of them, including reload bonuses, weekly cashback and free spins.
They also have a Rewards Club, where you earn points, work you way up the ranks, and reap extra rewards like VIP promotions, birthday gifts, higher game limits, and vacation packages.