Casimba is a relatively new online casino to market and launched only in 2017. However, during its short lifespan, Casimba has steadily built a reputation for excellent game variety and high payouts.
Casimba is operated by White Hat Gaming – the brains behind sites like Prive Casino and Dream Vegas – and is licensed in both the UK and Malta.
With over 70 developers on-site, there’s certainly something for everyone. But have Casimba spread themselves too thinly? We put this big-paying site through its paces.
Despite having hundreds of slots, Casimba offers a fairly limited range of progressive games. Would have liked to have seen a dedicated ‘Jackpot games’ tab in the lobby for easy access to big money slots.Casimba Player
Casimba has a clean and well-functioning desktop client. You can access all games through a web browser after logging on, and there is no need to download software. Games are divided into type (table games, live dealer, blackjack, slots, etc) and you can also search by game name or provider. With so many developers on the site, this is a vital search option.
There is also an option to try a random game. Hit the random game button and Casimba will pick a game for you to play. Annoyingly, most games are available for real money play only. We would have liked to have seen free-play versions of all games. That said, the desktop lobby is easy to navigate and quick to use.
Desktop | Mobile Experience
As a Casimba member, you will also be set up with a personal Casimba inbox. In the inbox you will be sent new and exclusive promotions and offers. We found it to be a little intrusive, however, and there is an option to opt out of any marketing.
Our team felt that the Casimba mobile platform actually worked better than the desktop one. The instant-play mobile site needs no download, and we found a recent Android device or iOS smartphone were equally as reliable. Make sure you have an up-to-date Google Chrome or Safari running on your device to access the mobile games.
Best of all, the games lobby features cool animated previews of each slot and table game. This gives you the chance to view the game-play and mechanics before you load up a game.
“While the game variety on mobile isn’t quite as big as the desktop version, there is still a huge selection. For example, there are 42 Blueprint games on mobile compared to 48 on the desktop version, and 11 mobile Bally games compared to 12 on desktop“