Top highlights: More than 1,300 games; vibrant site design
VIP or loyalty programme: Yes
Other offerings: Poker
It may have only been launched in 2019, but Kassu has already made a big impression on many online casino players, not least on account of its colourful and cartoony aesthetic. There’s a good reason for that – it’s intended to be a slightly more offbeat and relaxing place than some of the other casino portals you might have encountered.
Reputability seems to be assured too, though, as Kassu is operated by Genesis Global Limited, which is a fairly familiar name in the world of online casino gaming.
For a site of its relative youth, Kassu actually impresses with its complement of promotions. Naturally, these are liable to vary over time, so we won’t get too specific about exactly what you can expect when you sign up – but the following are likely to be presented to you:
Hefty cash bonuses on your first few deposits
Other cash bonuses from time to time
Bonuses on certain days of the week
VIP perks, as we’ll take a closer look at later in this review
The graphical flair and design of the site aside, one of the most captivating aspects of Kassu has to be its rich complement of gaming options. The games here encompass all of the typical categories for a leading casino site, including slots, blackjack, roulette and more.
The below were just a few of our favourites at the time of writing this review:
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Megaways
There are over 1,300 games on offer in all at Kassu. Furthermore, while there isn’t any official iOS or Android app to download for the site, you can still enjoy slick gaming here via the smaller screen of your smartphone, thanks to the beautifully optimised mobile site.
You can access the latter version of Kassu by navigating straight to it via your device’s web browser – and when you do, you’ll see mobile-ready variants of such popular titles as Starburst, Gemix, American Roulette, SpeedBaccarat Live and many more.
It’s clear that the big focus at Kassu is casino gaming – so you won’t see sports betting being offered here, for example.
If you do find yourself in the mood for something outside the obvious gaming categories, though, all that you have to do is head to the ‘Casino Games’ section, and then click ‘Other Games’. This will spring up a range of less conventional games, encompassing the likes of 100 Bit Dice, Lost Vegas Zombie Scratch, Monkey Keno and Cyber Stud Poker.
As we’ve already mentioned in this review, the graphics showcased across the Kassu site are among its definite strengths. With its bright, but not garish colours, enhanced further by various charming cartoon characters, Kassu just feels like a fun place to play – and you’d be surprised by how frequently that isn’t the case for our reviewers at a lot of casino sites.
However, the site is also a very easy one to browse, the various navigational options being logically placed. Indeed, it all looks quite tidy too, thanks partly to a ‘hamburger’ menu in the top left-hand corner of the page on both the desktop and mobile sites.
As for the software underpinning the actual games... well, we can be positive about that, too. You see, like a lot of much better-established casino sites, Kassu has brought together a strong range of games from multiple trusted developers, including such big names as Play’n GO, Evolution Gaming, NetEnt and Red Tiger Gaming.
This combination of software providers makes for games that are realistic when they need to be, but also colourful when necessary – and always enjoyable.
We’ve touched on it several times in this review already, so you might not be surprised to learn that we regard the colourful and cartoony vibe of Kassu as its most distinctive feature. This extends to the site even giving its mascots names – Sean, Noko, Saul, Forge and Gringo (any rhyming with the names of the members of a certain Liverpool band is, we’re sure, completely coincidental).
Oh, and if you’re a player here, you’re apparently a ‘Kassette’, which will presumably have a certain cool, retro appeal to some of you.
If your activity on the site merits it, you can expect to be granted access to various VIP perks as a Kassu member. Those current perks reserved for “premium Kassettes” include a dedicated account manager, special bonuses and promotions, quick response times, monthly VIP prize draws, personalised birthday presents and more, as detailed on the site.
It’s a straightforward process to add money to your account at Kassu, helped by the fact that there’s such a wide range of accepted payment methods here, including the traditional debit cards, as well as the more modern mobile payment systems, e-wallets and electronic vouchers.
|Payment Method||Fee||Processing Time||Limit Per Deposit|
|Trustly Instant Banking||£0||Instant||£10-£5,000|
*Current as of January 2020; check Kassu’s website for updates
Unfortunately, you’ll be charged for the privilege of taking money out of your account when playing at Kassu. The processing fee is 2% for each transaction, with a minimum fee of £1 applicable, or the equivalent in your own currency.
|Withdrawal Method||Fee||Processing Time||Limit Per Deposit|
|Visa Debit||2%/£1||1-3 working days||£10-£1,900|
|Visa Electron||2%/£1||1-3 working days||£10-£1,900|
|MasterCard Debit||2%/£1||1-3 working days||£10-£1,900|
|Trustly Instant Banking||2%/£1||Instant||£10-£1,900|
*Current as of January 2020; check Kassu’s website for updates
You’re likely to feel ably supported at Kassu – not only thanks to the highly informative terms and conditions page, but also because of the comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section that you can reach by clicking on the question mark in the top right-hand corner of the page.
It is also in this part of the site where you will find telephone and email contact details for getting in touch with the support team more directly. Oh, and there’s a handy ‘live chat’ facility too, just in case you can’t wait and really do need an immediate response.
The site lists various ‘prohibited jurisdictions’ in its terms and conditions, and if Kassu discovers that your account has been opened or is being used from one of these territories, you are likely to find your membership immediately suspended.
While you’ll find a fuller rundown on the site itself, some of those prohibited jurisdictions, at the time of us writing this review, included:
The United States of America
The company that operates Kassu – Genesis Global Limited – is licensed and regulated by the below highly trusted bodies:
The Malta Gaming Authority
The UK Gambling Commission
Despite being so young in a hugely competitive field of casino sites, Kassu fares strongly – partly because of its laidback ‘party vibe’ image, but also due to such bread-and-butter factors as its slick navigation, a wealth of perks, many games and a genuinely enjoyable all-round gaming experience.
Register your own account at Kassu today, and you’ll probably quickly realise why the site is seen as something of a ‘rising star’ among online casino portals.
Phone number: 08000294558
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