Cashmio has an enormous number of games from many of the top suppliers including NetEnt and Play’nGO. We are about to go over its many unique sides, and we shall start off with the casino’s proclamation of being ‘the world’s happiest casino’ — after our Cashmio review see if you agree!
The hundreds and hundreds of game titles on tap at Cashmio are rightly striking, as you scroll down page after page on the screen. There are so many games that the casino supplies you with a little tool called the Game Filter at the very top (so low-key, you might miss it). Use that to isolate the kinds of games you want to play according to: type, themes and features.
At Cashmio you get a multiple supplier gaming platform that features NetEnt and Play’nGO as well as others, with titles such as the legendary Gonzo’s Quest and newer sensations such as Matsuri.
At the time of writing there were no welcome bonuses advertised on the site. (But that doesn’t mean that some players don’t have bonus codes or other insider deals they can redeem.) The point is that this is a casino so confident that it sometimes offers only missions, and rewards for good performance (like playing a certain slot more than the average).
Once you register, however, you are given 20 free spins on Aloha! Cluster Pays, and then you get a choice of two basic introductory promotions:
There are no cash match bonuses from Cashmio Casino, to be quite clear about it. And, once you sign up and receive your freebies, we recommend that you read into the Ts&Cs (both for this special, and for the site as a whole) to know about restrictions attached such as wagering requirements that are most common.
The two alternatives to credit and debit cards that Cashmio offers are Skrill and Neteller. That is not the biggest spread of banking options; cash vouchers like Paysafecard would be appreciated, let alone PayPal. Fans of this site will have to wait a bit for that, unfortunately.
Also, beware of this: no bonuses that are offered here are available for players who use Skrill and Neteller. Boo!
We have a very small gripe — and yet some players may not think it’s so silly to mention it: the strange stubby, flesh-toned mascots of Cashmio (representing the site’s main Scandinavian investors, all casino lovers) are a bit weird. You have to see them every time you visit the site; therefore if they rub you the wrong way it won’t be the first time.
On the other hand, in the most serious consideration, if ever there was a casino site that we would predict is likely to offer PayPal in the near term, then it is Cashmio. Have no doubt that this is a powerhouse casino, with a clean design and a certain charm that grows on you.
Since we have high praise for PayPal-equipped sites generally, to mention this at the end of our Cashmio casino review should show we have both high confidence and high hopes for banking at this new site. — Until then, it is among our favourite casinos with Skrill, at least.