Casimba is an online and mobile casino that launched in October 2017. It joined the White Hat Gaming stable and therefore is a sister brand to the likes of Spinrider and Dream Vegas. If you like choice then Spinland is the destination for you. They offer players access to hundreds of fabulous slots from multiple game providers. These are joined by a bundle of welcome offers including no deposit spins plus the opportunity for all players to win a 5 Star Casimba Safari.
The Casimba brand is a mash up of the word casino and simba, which means lion. This gives way to the logo that features a lions head that also looks like a casino chip. It's like an offspring of LeoVegas although Casimba suggests that it's the "King of all Casinos"! The Casimba site is quite basic and is dominated by popular slots and other games. It's designed for mobile, tablet and desktop and no app is required to play slots to live casino on your handheld devices. However an app can be downloaded for Android devices via Google Play.
Casimba Welcome Offer
New players who decide to join the population of Casimba are welcomed with 20 no deposit spins. Register and login to claim 20 spins on Fortunium. Wagering terms apply to wins generated from these spins. A 100% first deposit bonus is also available up to £500. Deposit a minimum of £20 to claim the offer. First depositors are also rewarded with 50 bonus spins. These spins can be used on selected NetEnt slots. A second and third deposit bonus is also available. Wagering terms of x35 will apply to bonuses awarded by Casimba. This offer was updated in March/April 2019.
As mentioned above, Casimba is the place to visit if you like choice. The site claims to have over 500 slots. These are provided by multiple operators including NetEnt, Bally, Foxium, Scientific Games, Microgaming, NYX and Leander. Slots can be located by game provider as well as popularity, new and all. Popular slots at Casimba include Book Of Dead, Starburst, Genie Megaways, Bonanza, Diamond Mine, Extra Chilli, Rainbow Riches, Gonzo's Quest, Immortal Romance and Raging Rhino.
We think that there are progressive jackpot slots but these are hard to find. We'd like to see Casimba provide a section for these games. Likewise there are Megaways titles but it would be nice if they could be found together. Players who prefer casino games, table games and instants do - thankfully - have their own sections. Under the Live Dealer tab you will find games from Evoution and NetEnt. These include roulette and blackjack plus game shows such as Football Studio, Deal Or No Deal and Dream Catcher.
Casimba, like it's sister brands, have an interesting approach to player promotions. There's the welcome offer and a VIP scheme plus the chance to win a Safari Holiday or Holiday to Thailand. The prize is a £10,000 holiday but there are a number of terms and conditions associated with the promo. Firstly to qualify you need to earn 1000 Casimba points (£10 deposit = 1 Casimba Points). However for the prize draw to occur at least 30 valid new qualifiers must be reached - otherwise the prize draw rolls over. As with Spinland and Spin Rider we'd love to know if there have ever been any winners of the promotion.
In our view Casimba offers players reasonable deposit and withdrawal terms although dormant accounts will be charged after 12 months of inactivity. There are a number of payment options, including Neteller and Paysafecard, but Paypal doesn't seem to be available. Live chat and email support are available 24/7 although we couldn't find any telephone support details. Responsible gambling tools such as deposit limit and exclusion are available.
Overall we like the look of Casimba. It gives players access to hundreds of slots, table games, live casino, roulette and blackjack. The welcome offer is reasonable as are the wagering terms. Casimba is also the only brand in it's stable that offers a no deposit bonus. The holiday prize promotion is a nice incentive, although make sure you're clear on it's mechanic and how qualification works. The lack of winners is one area of concern. Casimba is most certainly worth a look.