Casumo Review

Casumo has been running since 2012 and in that time have managed to make quite the names for themselves. The company are based out of Malta, but hold licenses with the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority.

What we think is the reason behind their success is their constant strive for innovation. The most obvious way to see this is simply in the sites design and layout. It looks unlike any other that we have come across and when you think of how many casinos there are in the industry at the minute, this is quite the feat.

Casino Games

Casumo takes advantage of some of the biggest software providers in the industry, such as Microgaming, NetEnt, Evolution Gaming, IGT, WMS, NextGen, Thunderkick and Quickfire. In fact, the list goes on even further than this and it all adds up to massive range of games to choose from throughout the site. You are only going to be able to access the casino via your desktop browser, with no download option available. But, they do include a good range of games – not all – via their mobile casino, so that’s ideal for when you’re on the go.

What we thought was a really good feature, especially for new players, is that you able to try a massive range of casino games for free without even having to register a new account. It works by Casumo essentially embedding the games into their site and then you just set about with an unlimited bankroll. It’s the perfect to get to know how a game works before investing your money.


With hundreds of slots to choose from within some of the biggest software providers in the industry, it’s fair to say that whatever type of game you are looking for, Casumo will have you covered. The range of games actually took us by surprise somewhat and we found very few flaws from the games that were on offer. We know that they could have easily added more games if they wanted to, but they have obviously gone with quality over quantity, which is always a positive for us.

Some of the standout games that we tested included Starburst, Dead or Alive, Book of Dead, Phoenix Sun, Fruit Wrap, Big Bad Wolf and Raging Rhino. They have a good range of branded games to accompany these as well, if that’s something that you are likely to go for instead.


With 13 different games of roulette to choose from, you’re never going to get bored with Casumo. The games on offer include American, European, French, Live, Key Bet, Monopoly, and Monopoly Tycoon.


Blackjack games are just as strong as roulette with 15 different variants on offer. These include Double Exposure, Professional Series, Single Deck, Live and Roulette & Blackjack.


There are 20 jackpot games in total, which again is a really solid number for a casino this size. The games included a range of slots and table games mixed in, mainly coming Caribbean Stud Poker variants, which were very cool to play. The slots were the usual suspects of Mega Moolah, Hall of Gods, Mega Fortune, Arabian Nights and many more. Interestingly on the homepage the site includes a live jackpot ticker for the total amount on offer at any one time and at the time of writing this number had just ticked over £8,000,000 to give you an idea of how in depth this section is.

Useful Info
Payment Methods
Min Deposits
  • Debit Card (£10)
  • Credit Card (£10)
  • Neteller (£10)
  • Skrill (£10)
  • Paysafecard (£10)
Customer Support
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About Casumo

Since 2012 Casumo have managed to really get a stronghold for their, albeit small, piece of the online casino industry. The company have brought together one of the more interactive online casino rooms and whilst there isn’t an awful lot on the history of the company or about the Casumo Services Limited group, they are very open on site about how they work and are very able to offer advice and guidance where needed.