yebo-casino-review

Yebo Casino

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GlobalScore
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Welcome Bonus Package
Bonus: 150%
Min. Deposit: 200 ZAR
Wagering: 40 xB
2500
ZAR
T&Cs apply
Overview
Software
  • Real Time Gaming (RTG)
Types of Games
  • Baccarat,
  • Blackjack,
  • Slots,
  • Video Poker
Currencies
  • ZAR
Languages
  • English
Deposits & Withdrawals
Deposit Methods
  • Visa/Master Card,
  • Neteller,
  • Skrill,
  • POLi,
  • Wire Transfer,
  • EcoPayz,
  • Easy EFT,
  • SID
Withdrawal Methods
  • Bank Transfer,
  • Neteller,
  • Skrill,
  • EcoPayz,
  • Easy EFT,
  • SID
Cashout Time
  • 3 days
Min. Deposit
  • €25
Min. Withdrawal
  • €500
Max. Withdrawal
  • €100000 Monthly
Additional Information
Online
  • Since 2014
Owner
  • Yebo Affiliates Casinos
Licence
  • Curacao
Contacts
  • livechat,
  • email: support@yebocasino.co.za,
  • tel: 0800 999-043
Restricted Countries
  • British

Safari gone wrong

If you have nothing to compare Yebo Casino to - it's alright. One software? What, there can be more in a casino (hint: yes)? The wagering requirements are 40 times the bonus and deposit combined? Isn't it standard (hint: no)? Live dealers? Don't you have to visit a read casino to see those (hint: no)? Anyway, stay out of this one, unless you're really desperate for a South African casino.

Yebo Casino Review

Yebo Casino was established in 2014 with the aim to become the leading online casino in South Africa. While they do accept players from other countries, all the transactions are processed in ZAR (South African Rand). The casino is regulated by the Government of Curacao.

The website looks pretty standard, nothing to write home about. What’s irritating is that they don’t let you try out the games (or even see the actual game lobby) until you open an account. The lobby is pretty generic. In fact, that’s exactly what it is - a generic RTG lobby, with no personality about it at all. Performance-wise it’s alright though.

“The lobby is pretty generic. Oh, wait, that’s exactly what it is - a generic RTG lobby, with no personality about it at all.”

The banking is fine, and includes options like Visa/Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, ecoPayz, Bitcoin, and several more.

The support center works 24/7, and can be reached through the email, live chat, and the toll-free phone number.

Software and Game Variety

We kinda gave it away in the previous paragraph - the casino is powered by RTG software, and comes in both the instant play and downloadable versions. In total there are about 200 games.

Slots by RTG are as nice as ever, with titles like Naughty or Nice, Eternal Love, Ghost Ship, and more. These include famous progressives as well - Megasaur, Aztec’s Millions, and Spirit of the Inca, with jackpots reaching ZAR 17 million (around €1 million).

Other games are really numerous, but include all the popular casino games - blackjack, roulette, baccarat, casino poker, video poker, and more.

Mobile and Live Games

Both mobile website and mobile lobby are kinda bad. Not to say you can’t play the games (those run just fine), it’s just that the navigation could be much better.

Live games are missing from the casino. We can only hope that they’ll come to their senses and add those sometime soon.

Bonuses and Promotions

Yebo Casino give you bonuses on the first three deposits:

  • First deposit: 150% match bonus up to ZAR 2250 (~€150)
  • Second: 75% match up to ZAR 3750 (~€250)
  • Third: 50% match up to ZAR 6000 (~€400)

Seemingly alright, the wagering requirements make it complete crap - 40x on the deposit plus bonus.

“The wagering requirements for the welcome bonus are way beyond reasonable.”

Take a look at the promotions page for more offers.

Our Opinion

Yebo Casino is a poor choice, even for players from South Africa (the country the casino mostly focuses on). The games are not really diverse, with just a single (although pretty good) provider to power them. The live games are missing altogether. The wagering requirements for the welcome bonus are way beyond reasonable. Not much else to add about this one.

Click here to visit Yebo Casino - although we’d totally understand if you’d prefer not to.

Updated: 26 Oct 2017