When the internet first became a thing in the 1990s, some very clever folks figured out that securing certain URLs was going to make them very wealthy. As a result, very quickly many of the common search terms had been snapped up, including many that were gambling-related.
But what happened to those URLs? Some of them were sold, some put a price too high on them, and as a result, they remain unused.
The casino we are reviewing today has one of these URLs: Casino.com. As you can imagine, this casino is right in the crosshairs of being searched online and has one of the easiest names to remember for any players.
However, are these guys any good? Let me tell you in this detailed, honest review of the site.
In its current format, Casino.com has been in operation since 2008 (it was a casino software website before the URL was sold). The casino is owned and operated by Mansion Gaming, a huge Asian corporation that has been in the land-based and online casino business for over 2 decades. While some of their other brands are focused on Asian players, they use Casino.com to attract a more global audience; this is not shocking given the URL is so easily searched.
Casino.com is licensed by both the Gibraltar Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission. This allows the company to focus on bringing in players and tells a good story that the parent company has passed the due diligence necessary to be awarded these licenses.