Casino Cruise Review
Casino Cruise setting sail in September 2014, Casino Cruise is a gorgeously-designed online casino that provides games from two of the industry’s best in Microgaming and Netent, plus a few other software providers. The site is run by EveryMatrix, who are part of OddsMatrix, a company who act as a consolidation service bringing together lots of top gambling providers into one convenient package.
Casino Cruise boasts an impressive arsenal of 600 games. Categorisation, however, isn’t great: you’ll find versions of roulette and poker mixed in with slots. They also seem keen to push some of the lesser-known slots (Electric Sam? Gemix? Titan Storm?) as opposed to the tried and test top slots like Jack and the Beanstalk,and South park: Reel Chaos and Starburst.
The site has over 50 different versions of roulette, blackjack, casino poker and baccarat. Video poker fans can emulate the likes of Huck Seed with over 30 different variations of the game. There are a host of ‘classic slots’ that real-life video arcade fans will be familiar with, plus scratch cards and keno.There’s a live casino here as well, with software provided by live games specialist Evolution Gaming.
All the best games at Casino Cruise are provided courtesy of Microgaming and NetEnt, two of the biggest names in the casino software industry. Some other games are provided by NYX Interactive, Vivo Gaming and Play’n GO.
As of October 2015, the cruise ship offers a shiny new live casino courtesy of Evolution Gaming. You can play live blackjack, roulette and casino poker from the slickest dealers on the planet.
Available Software: Evolution Gaming, Microgaming, NetEnt, Nyx Interactive, Play’n GO, Vivo Gaming.
A nice and tidy range of cashier options from Visa/Maestro and MasterCard to eWallet providers: Skrill, Neteller, Trustly, iDeal, Ukash, Giropay, Sofort Überweisung and Euteller.
It’s a shame Casino Cruise doesn’t support Paypal for German players.
It certainly seems the good ship Casino Cruise has steered itself into a very popular port. The site design is exceptional, and there are more enough games to keep anyone entertained with all the top titles from Microgaming and NetEnt available.
Support is very good, with an extensive list of FAQs and contact information. There are no awful withdrawal limits, although the casino does say it reserves the right to pay out any win over £100,000 in installments. The only leak in the hull is the two week time frame to wager through the welcome bonus. Most casinos give you 30 days.
Your time at Casino Casino is very unlikely to leave you sea-sick. Why not hop aboard now and see if Casino Cruise is the right casino for you?