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Cashino Review

Cashino is undoubtedly fun to say in your best (or indeed worst) Sean Connery impression, but an online casino needs a little more than that to succeed, one would suggest.

A bright and colourful site that has a nice sense of humour to it, Cashino is certainly eye-catching from the outset, with around 120 games on offer it isn’t short of options either, but all that does is make players pay attention, it takes substantially more to maintain that attention and turn it into customers.

These promotions land Cashino in pretty much the middle of the pack in terms of online casino, and, unfortunately, that’s about where it stays. With nothing to separate it from its competition, and all aspects of the site being no better or worse than most online casinos you’ll come across, Cashino, being a fairly new site, will probably find some players, but there isn’t going to be an influx of excited casino lovers because most of them have already found somewhere better to play.

Design and theme

The issues begin with the design concept here, which is a strong term to use, because blue is not, in itself, a concept.

The yellow and black logo with a smiling sun in it uses all the artistic imagination of a primary school art class, and outside of that, it’s just pretty much blue.

The banner across the top of the homepage is the only real use of colour and design there is here, using predictable images of roulette tables, and images from popular games that have all been used countless times before for much the same purpose at other sites, and often to better effect.

It is difficult to find too much to say about the way this site looks because it is just so eye-wateringly dull.

Navigation is simple enough, but with a homepage to get through before you get to a thumbnail or anything that will take you straight to even the most popular game at Cashino, simple enough is not good enough, and the clear and apparent lack of effort really starts to show once you consider any aspect of the design here.

It isn’t that Cashino is unattractive, it’s that it would actually be more interesting if it was.


Cashino takes an interesting approach to games, providing titles from pretty much none of the biggest names in software, and instead offering a small list of decent developers, but those which are best used as additions to the bigger names.

There is no Microgaming, no NetEnt, no NextGen, no Playtech, even up and coming providers that are building a head of steam like Yggdrasil have been ignored, instead it is Blueprint Gaming, edict egaming, iSoftBet, SG Gaming, and Williams Interactive.

It is not to insult these developers to say that this isn’t enough, all these companies have some excellent games and you will find slots, as well as table and card games to entertain you at Cashino, if it was the only possible online casino to play at, you’d probably be okay with what’s on offer.

But we have been spoilt so much by the variety on offer at so many other online casinos, that what is on offer here cannot match up, and that should not come as a surprise to Cashino.

This feels like an online casino that has been developed exclusively to take advantage of a popular industry without trying at all, and that is destined to fail as a plan. 



Games available : Casino games, Card and table games

Software : NetEnt, Microgaming, Play n GO, Evolution Gaming, 1x2 Gaming

Companies that own this site : EveryMatrix NV

Licenses : UK Gambling Commission, Curacao, Malta Gaming Authority

Languages : English, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish

RTP : No information available

Launch date : 2017

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Support phone numbers : 0800852250