CasinoDisco is owned by Game Tech Group NV which is registered and licensed in Curacao. They have only been operating since 2018 from what we could establish, however player reports seem to be quite favourable. The site especially seems to be liked by Canadian and South African players. One of the unique features of CasinoDisco is the nifty little slot machine that pops out on the right-hand side of the page which they call Spin Boost. Players get one chance every day to pull the old-fashioned handle and will be credited with either free spins, cash spins or a deposit bonus. The machine resets at 12 every day so on the stroke of 12, the player can spin for their next bonus. It is lots of fun and just another way to possibly give your bankroll a boost.
Disco Casino offers 3 very generous welcome bonuses to Canadian players to bring the total up to $2500 plus 225 wager free spins. A minimum deposit of $20 is required to claim any bonus and the wagering requirement is 33x for the bonus money, but there is no wagering requirement on the free spins which must be played on the Fruit Zen slot from Betsoft.
In addition to their Spin Boost bonus mentioned at the beginning, CasinoDisco also has a Bonus market where you get to choose for a huge range of bonuses and free spins. Some are small bonuses with low wagering requirements, others are bigger bonuses with bigger wagering requirements, and some are straight-forward wager free. They also have a late-night bonus whereby a player can claim a 100% bonus up to $500 on every deposit they make during the evening. The wagering requirement for this bonus is 33x which is slightly lower than many other online casinos.
CasinoDisco offers 22 different gaming software suppliers. This includes industry giants like Betsoft, Microgaming and Boongo, but they also some few have heard of before, namely SA Gaming, Betixon, Revolver, Bestslots and more. The main thing is that the slot library is extensive and fellow Canadians shouldn't get bored. They also have a selection of table games for players who aren't crazy about the slots. The table games on offer are roulette, blackjack and poker - all different versions to make life interesting. We even found Magic Poker which we fondly remember playing at River Rock Casino in Richmond a few years ago.
Asides from the sheer magnitude of the games available, we also liked the fact that they were categorized into featured games, new games, bonus games, video slots, table games etc. which makes life so much easier. Added to this, they also have a search bar on their site so you can search for a specific game and even categories of the gaming software providers. For players who prefer the personal touch and like to play against real live dealers, Disco Casino does not disappoint with their live casino offering. They have a number of rooms offering different versions of blackjack, roulette, casino hold-em and baccarat with a few newbies like Blackjack Party and Fortune VIP. We found their dealers very friendly and helpful and for a moment forgot that they were actually miles away and not standing in our lounge.