Casitsu Casino Review
This is my review of Casitsu Casino.
There are certain countries in the world where gambling is more popular than in the others. Some of these include Australia, Japan, and my native country of Finland. In this review, I will be looking at an online casino that has decided to draw inspiration from the Land of the Rising Sun and specifically ninjas. No wonder the name Casitsu sounded so familiar to a person like me who has spent tons of time playing Japanese video games!
Despite its Japanese theme, Casitsu Casino has been created by Dama N.V.—a casino company that is physically located on the sunny island of Cyprus. For one reason or another, Cyprus seems to host surprisingly many online casinos on its land!
Just how ninjalicious is this 2021 casino? Read on to find out!
Looks and feel of Casitsu Casino
I must admit that I am a sucker for Japanese things and ninjas. Beat-em-ups and games like Ninja Gaiden and Shenmue have always been close to my heart with their cool choreographed fights and moves that defy the laws of physics. Because of this, I was extremely pleased to see cute little ninjas roaming around the Casitsu Casino homepage with their trademark black attires and sharp katana swords!
Although Casitsu does well in the looks department, things would not be great the interface itself was not up to snuff as well. Fortunately, both the customer support chat and the provider-based game search are always close at hand here, which makes for a very user-friendly experience!
Bonuses and rewards
The ninjas at Casitsu Casino have made sure to create a nice four-tiered welcome offer fit for any online casino player. All in all, there were two 100% and two 50% bonuses up for grabs at the time of writing. As a nice little perk, even all the bonus codes here fit the Japanese theme perfectly. These codes were SHODAN, NIDAN, SANDAN, and YONDAN, which all sound Japanese.
The wagering requirements for the welcome offer deposit bonuses were decent, too, and I especially liked the fact that lower percentages always came with lower requirements.
Oh, and there is even a cool ninja-themed VIP program available at Casitsu Casino. Here you start as a new member and can progress all the way to becoming a true master ninja! Huzzah!
When it comes to games, the selection at Casitsu Casino is a decent one, although nothing too special. At the time of writing, there were 9 game providers: Yggdrasil, NetEnt, Endorphina, Betsoft, BGaming, Pragmatic Play, Thunderkick, Relax Gaming, and the live casino aficionado Evolution Gaming. While I would have liked to see providers such as ELK Studios, Red Tiger, Big Time Gaming and Quickspin as well, I was quite happy with the fact that all the providers, outside of perhaps BGaming, were pretty well-known and famous for their high-class games.
Safety and security
Dama N.V. has released plenty of online casinos even before Casitsu Casino, and I think their reputation is not too shabby nowadays. Still, being that there is only a Curacao license present, European players might need to think twice before choosing this brand over an MGA-licensed casino.
Banking options at Casitsu Casino
Casitsu Casino handles money transfers via multiple methods. You will find, for instance, Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, Ecopayz, and several cryptocurrencies. Processing times for withdrawals range from instant for e-wallets to 1 to 5 banking days for bank transfers.
Casitsu’s customer support is open 24/7, which means that you are always free to click on the chat icon and start asking questions. This is obviously a wonderful thing as there are also casinos out there that will only allow you to contact them via email. In my mind, and in this competitive field, around the clock support is definitely the way to go!
My experience at Casitsu Casino
Casitsu Casino is a fine new online casino. I especially appreciate the fact that Dama has wanted to create something at least somewhat unique and distinctive with its wacky ninja theme. There are simply too many cut-and-dry casinos out there…
The only bigger downside to Casitsu is the lack of a European license. Because of this, those living on the so-called Old Continent might still be better suited for taking their money somewhere else.