Fun Casino has been bringing joy to gamblers ever since it first launched in 2014. It offers a colourful main page, though it’s very keen to get you to register ASAP. Just scroll down, and you’ll be able to take a look at everything the website has to offer!
It’s easy to see just why so many players have flocked to Fun Casino. It offers a huge number of games and software providers, not to mention all the available payment methods. But do all of these positive aspects extend to their live casino, too? Or is their offer just not fun enough?
Live Games: 85+
A large number of available banking methods
Great variety of games by Evolution Gaming and NetEnt
Three licenses by respected regulators
Tournaments and challenges are fun perks
Live casino games are split into two categories for some reason
€5000 daily maximum withdrawal
Showing their dedication to transparency, the casino is licensed by three different regulators. The Malta Gaming Authority for the European market, the Spelinspektionen in Sweden, and the British Gambling Commission for UK gamblers.
All three regulators are very strict on websites which are registered with them. As a result, we’re quite confident in Fun Casino’s trustworthiness. With three sets of eyes watching them for any missteps, we doubt they’ll be inviting trouble! Not when they could lose their license as punishment.
Software & Live Dealer Games
We’ve come across a major flaw almost immediately upon starting our review. Tap the Live Casino button, and you’ll see it only displays NetEnt live games.
Now, this isn’t that big of an issue, except there’s only nine games, and they’re just live blackjack and live roulette. What gives? It turns out all releases by Evolution Gaming are there – they’re just filed under Live Games instead of Live Casino. And unlike Live Casino, Live Games aren’t visible on the blue navigation bar on the home page. You have to scroll down to find it.
Once you put this slight mess together, you’ll find that Fun Casino has two live game software providers: Evolution Gaming and NetEnt Live. Within both categories, you will see additional labels attached on top of available releases. These tell you who made the game, as well as that release’s volatility or limit. Best we can tell, there don’t seem to be any exclusive games by the casino.
Only generic NetEnt and Evolution Gaming releases can be found within its admittedly impressive library of releases. These include a whole heap of blackjack and roulette, but also offer interesting games like Lightning Dice, Deal or no Deal, and several others.
If you prefer to play your games in your native language, we have good news. There are several roulette games which aren’t played in English. Instead, those tables offer Swedish, Norwegian, and German. You can make them out by the little flag next to their names. There are several VIP blackjack tables, and one VIP roulette table. If there are any private tables, they can’t be accessed directly from the Live Casino and Live Games pages.
Bonuses & Promotions
Every month, Fun Casino will gives its players new tournaments and challenges to participate in. The goals will vary depending on the selected game. Unsurprisingly, both tournaments and challenges most often pick slots as their focus. That said, every now and then we do get a promotion that includes live casino games. These have mostly been challenges so far; daring gamblers to perform a task for a reward. Something like hitting 21 with three sevens for an extra cash prize.
The welcome bonus seems like it’d be available for live casino play. It’s a deposit match bonus, which awards you with bonus money! However, wagering requirements can only be met on slots! Since the extra cash you gain isn’t considered ‘real money’, you can’t use it to play live casino releases. You can only use that money after you’ve cleared the wagering requirements, and it turns into actual cash.
Update: in 2020 they also give 10% cashback on all your losses! Live casino games included.
Honestly, we were surprised just how many ways there are to make deposits and withdrawals. That said, a lot of these are region specific. A good example is Sofort, which is only available from Germany. Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, Trustly, EcoPayz and more appear to be available to everyone, regardless of country.
The minimum amounts for deposit and withdrawals are €10 and €20, respectively. If you’re depositing using bank transfer, your minimum deposit increases to €30 per transaction. There is also a €5000 maximum withdrawal per working day. Pooled jackpot wins are excluded from this limit, but local jackpots are not. Additionally, withdrawals may be subject to fees when certain conditions are met. You will be alerted ahead of time if a withdrawal fee will be applied.
Fun Casino has all the ingredients to be a fun place to play, but it struggles to put everything together. It offers games by both Evolution Gaming and NetEnt Live, which is great! But Evolution Gaming releases are placed in the Live Games tab, which is much more difficult to find.
There’s plenty of payment options, but they’re subject to a €5000 daily maximum withdrawal limit. Despite the drawbacks, we still like this casino. Here’s hoping the issues we mentioned are fixed soon!