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Last update: 29th June 2021
Casumo is an award winning online casino that was the first to make a big thing out of gamification (it was launched in 2012 and came to the UK in 2015). They’ve now added a sportsbook to their 2000+ slot and casino games.
Casumo was originally billed as “The world’s first casino adventure” and for good reason; players progress through levels and collect trophies and “valuables” such as bonus spins. None of this is obvious any more, though, when you first visit the site. There’s a little bit about it in the FAQ, but strictly no images so in order to see the full extent of the adventure, the avatar you’ll play with and all the trophies that can be collected, you’ll need to open an account and be logged in to verify that you are over 18.
Even without the gamification, Casumo would be a pretty amazing casino with one of the best selections of slot games you’ll ever come across (unless you’re a Fluffy fan as there’s nothing by Eyecon). From Immortal Romance and Fishin’ Frenzy to hot new releases, it’s all there. Progressive jackpots include the big ones – Mega Fortune, Mega Fortune Dreams and Mega Moolah – and lots of local progressives including Jackpot King and Red Tiger dailies.
Reel Races take place at Casumo regularly throughout the day; play the specified slot against other players and score points by collecting wins and combos of wins in the allowed number of spins within the time limit, to win bonus spins and cash prizes.
Casumo isn’t just about the slots, either – it has a sizeable selection of table games and its own live casino. And then there’s the sportsbook, which is quite something; it’s been designed for supreme usability on mobile devices and you can customise it so you only see the sports you’re interested in. You can also bet during live events and build your own accumulator.
One notable difference in the way things are done at Casumo is that instead of cash being used before bonus as it is at most other casinos, cash and bonus are played at the same time and winnings paid proportionately back to cash and bonus accounts. For example, if you had £150 cash and £50 bonus, a £2 slot spin would play with £1.50 cash and 50p bonus, and if you won £4 on it, £3 of the winnings would go to cash and £1 to bonus. Cash can be withdrawn any time but any remaining bonus is lost.
They also get top marks for the clarity of their terms and conditions. They have clearly taken a lot of trouble to ensure that everything is explained in clear, simple language.
The icing on the cake is the Casumo mobile app which is available for Apple and Android – and you can deposit on the go using mobile phone billing without the extra fee you’ll find at almost every casino.
They have a whole extra website, Casumo Cares, which is dedicated to safer gambling (and available in multiple languages). It includes a self assessment test, lots of helpful links and advice, and details of all of the tools that are available as part of their Play Okay initiative. These go far beyond what the Gambling Commission require; as well as the usual deposit limits you can set loss limits and wager limits and you can also block yourself from playing at certain times of day or on certain days of the week, and set a maximum number of hours you can be logged into your account daily. In the case of these last two tools there’s a video tutorial showing how to set the limits.
Play Okay tools are also available on the mian Casumo site, complete with a direct link to the account area where limits can be set.