To call CyberCoins Casino a fiasco would be coloring it in allure. This casino was quite simply a joke with no pun to, at the very least, make us laugh.
|Bonus||Min deposit||Max bonus||Wagering requirements||Cash out limit|
|1st Deposit Bonus||100 RUB||100%||35x||Unspecified|
|2nd Deposit Bonus||100 RUB||15%||20x||Unspecified|
|Subsequent Deposit Bonuses||100 RUB||Unspecified||20x||Unspecified|
|Bum Bonus||100 RUB||33%||50x||Unspecified|
|Special Bonuses and Promos||-||Unspecified||-||-|
There is no separate bonuses page, and in fact none of the bonuses really have their own sub-section. Seen in this light, CyberCoins Casino does not really have that much bonus information, leaving crucial conditions to the client's best guess. We took all the bonus details from a sort of about us page, and at this point, we assume that the only way to read about the specific bonuses is to open an account, and as you will see it is not worth it with CyberCoins Casino.
1st Deposit Bonus up to 100%: The minimum deposit requirement is 100 RUB. The wagering that must be done before requesting a withdrawal request is 35 times the bonus, while the maximum bet is capped at 300 RUB. As for the actual maximum bonus amount or the maximum cash-out the casino is silent, leaving us only to guess these important numbers that can be a decisive factor in one's choice of bonus and/or casino.
2nd Deposit Bonus: Activet this bonus by investing at least 100 RUB, but bear in mind that the higher the user invests, the higher the bonus amount is, in percentages, and the higher the wagering requirement is.
- For 100 up to 600 RUB you will get a 5% top-up, where the wagering requirement is set at 10x.
- In exchange for a 600 to 6000 RUB you will get a bonus amount of 10%. The wagering here is 15x.
- Invest between 6000 and 60 000 RUB and get 15% as a bonus. The rollover requirement for this amount is 20x the bonus.
Subsequent Deposit Bonuses: All these so called follow-up bonuses follow the exact same structure as the 2nd bonus we just revealed. This is what the casino info pool tells us, and we have no choice but to trust it, at least enough to include it as impartial information.
Bum Bonus of 33%: This inadequately named bonus is activated after a RUB 100 deposit is made, but the actual maximum bonus amount has not been revealed. All we know is that there is a 50x turnover requirement, which for a bonus that hides its maximum amount is vaguely risky.
Special Bonuses and Promos: The casino assures us that the client will be sent emails and notification on his profile concerning additional promo offers and similar campaigns. Any specifics are kept away from prying unregistered eyes.
Overall, the situation with the bonuses is as good as it can get with a casino that looks and plays out like this one. In fact, we thought it would be worst, but being proved wrong is in no way a ray of hope.
The reason we did not seem all too content about the website of CyberCoins Casino has everything to do with the fact that the casino is completely anonymous and as a result is unlicensed. No matter how much we looked, we could not find information on any licensing or contact details, immediately converting this casino into a risk.
With that said, we just want to note that, as a rule of thumb, a casino without a license does not necessarily mean that it is automatically endowed with a “scam” stamp. In fact, we know of many casinos where, despite their lack of licenses, they have outperformed legitimate brands in all but the presence of a regulation.
With that said, however, CyberCoins Casino is just unacceptably bad, bland, and a liar to boot. On the footer of the site is presents a Curacao e-Gaming logo but without an accompanying link to support this empty claim. To lie so bluntly is definitely a sign that the people behind the casino have no intention of being honest with their clients, and thus can be considered risky actors to deal with.
And as the review will reveal, and it already has started to point fingers, CyberCoins Casino is, quite frankly, shockingly bad. One revelation was the complete lack of legal documents, which rarely happens, even with unlicensed casinos. There are no legal policies to keep the user away from harm, to guarantee of a safe playing environments, not to mention absolutely nothing to balance out the gambling odds in favor blind luck, as it should be.
Languages: English, Russian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese
Restricted countries: United States
DEPOSIT AND WITHDRAWAL
Currencies: Euro (EUR), US Dollar (USD), Russian Ruble (RUB)
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As part of its cons, the casino is on the shallow side where the payment conditions are concerned. And by shallow we exaggerate, meaning more completely devoid of an dedicated payments pages or legal document provisions.
Only the FAQ section has one thing to say, and that is that deposits and withdrawals are processed within an “almost instant” time frame.
The following statement we find in the About Us page is the classic withdrawal turnover requirement. All deposits must be rolled over once to be eligible for withdrawing.
And that is all there is to the payment information, if you can call this that. The lack of these essential conditions is a sign that the casino lacks any professional zeal, replaced by the desire for quick profit.
GAMES AND GAME SUPPLIERS
There was no separate slots section; everything was placed under the ambivalent “games” category, which mixes in both table and slot games. Furthermore, the collection of games themselves was definitely not up to par. The most popular slots we could find were Arising Phoenix, Bubble Mania, Fortunas Fruit, Grand Tiger, Magic Forest, and Wild Dragon.
Then there are Keno, Roulette, Dice games, Lottery, Bingo, and some other games that we are not sure what they are since we could not access their demo versions. There is a definite lack of Poker and Blackjack games, but the biggest M.I.A gaming category were the live casino games, while the sports game section is not available to unregistered users. There's no hiding our disappointment.
Surprisingly there was a VR sports platform, but even so it was not a very good one, not even an average one. In fact, we can say that it is the worst betting platform we have seen, and the casino is neither better nor worse off for having included it. The interface is all wrong, with very confusing design choices hindering any smooth interactions, and the whole thing is out of proportions when taken with the web page, making it a chore to go through. Not to mention that the number of sports and events is also quite low, with only Horses, Keno, Football, Penalties, Roulette, Bingo, MotorRacing, Velo 3D, and Dog.
Another major drawback was that none of the revealed sports and events were actually virtual, but old tapes of past events; for example the “live” football match that was playing during our time was from the early to mid 2000s. All in all, the entire thing is a disaster.
As for the games suppliers, we have only the following ones: InBet Games, Igrosoft,Amatic, Netent, Aristocrat, EGT, IGT, and Spinomenal. Another disappointing list.
A last issue we had was that there were no demo versions of the games, which isn't such a bad oversight, but with this casino it all piles up in perpetuity.
Game providers: Igrosoft, Amatic, NetEnt, EGT Interactiv, IGTech, Spinomenal
We find absolutely no reason to recommend CyberCoins Casino to anyone. The only way we can see the casino being useful is if it is set as an example of how NOT to treat your online casino business. Don't waste your time here.
CyberCoins Pros and Cons
|Very Limited Games|
|Poor VR Betting Platform|
|Lack of Payment Details|