Stupid Casino

With over 8,000 games and a stack of no wagering bonuses, Stupid Casino is the up-and-coming contender that’s here to knock your socks off! 

Discover all the latest games from over 80 of the world’s best-loved software providers, including slots and live casino titles too. This casino might sound stupid, but it’s got serious potential!

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Our bonuses are so ridiculous, they'll make your head spin faster than a roulette wheel on espresso!

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Overview

Rated 4.3 / 5
Design
7.5 out of 10
Usability
9.0 out of 10
Games
9.5 out of 10
Promotions
8.0 out of 10
Banking
9.0 out of 10
Support
8.0 out of 10

Established in 2023, Stupid Casino is owned and operated by Versus Odds B.V. under a Curacao licence. Known for an extensive promotions section, including unlimited cash back and wager-free bonuses, Stupid Casino may have a daft name, but it’s serving up some serious gaming opportunities.

Aside from its impressive arsenal of promotional offers, Stupid Casino also offers a superb games catalogue that comprises over 8,000 titles from some of the world’s most well-renowned software developers. These include household names such as NetEnt, Big Time Gaming, Playtech and Pragmatic Play, to name a few. 

With slots, scratch cards, live casino and classic table games making up the backbone of this casino, Stupid Casino is laying a claim to be one of the big players in iGaming. 

I was dazzled by the sheer number of payment methods available, including various cryptocurrencies. Plus, the casino’s rave reviews from players who say they received their winnings promptly are also something to get excited about. 

The site is as bright, bold and colourful as you’d expect from a casino that's confident enough to call itself ‘stupid’ – and the layout is sleek and thoughtful. It’s exceptionally easy to navigate – another clue that this casino is a lot more serious than its playful exterior suggests. 

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Platform & Software

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Stupid Casino is owned by Versus Odds B.V. which operates a number of other well-known casinos around the world, including Wolfy Casino. Even though Stupid Casino is still very new, it’s definitely in good company. 

This casino works with over 80 software developers to give you the best range of games possible. When it comes to slots, you can find big-name brands like NetEnt, Microgaming and Pragmatic Play providing a huge variety of titles, including Megaways, and progressive jackpot games like Fortunium Gold

The live casino includes classics such as roulette, baccarat and blackjack coming from live gaming moguls like Playtech, Evolution and Skywind. 

Stupid Casino doesn’t offer a native app to download, but I found using the mobile-optimised site just as easy to use as the desktop version, and the graphics and images remain crisp and vibrant across any screen. 

Games

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  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire Megaways by Big Time Gaming Logo
  • Gonzo's Quest by NetEnt Logo
  • Immortal Romance by Microgaming Logo
  • Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Slot by NetEnt Logo
  • Chocolates by Big Time Gaming Logo
  • Gorilla Gold Megaways by Blueprint Gaming Logo
  • Esqueleto Explosivo 2 by Thunderkick Logo
  • Dr Fortuno by Yggdrasil Logo
  • Vikings Go Berzerk by Yggdrasil Logo
  • Reactoonz 2 by Play 'n Go Logo
  • Jackpot Giant by Playtech Logo
  • Valley of the Gods 2 by Yggdrasil Logo
  • Football Glory by Yggdrasil Logo
  • Irish Pot Luck by NetEnt Logo
  • Lara Croft Temples and Tombs by Triple Edge Studios Logo
  • Devil's Number by Red Tiger Logo
  • Mega Moolah Goddess by Microgaming Logo
  • Narcos by NetEnt Logo
  • Jumanji by NetEnt Logo

A casino is only as good as its games catalogue, and Stupid Casino looks incredibly impressive from the outset; boasting over 8,000 games from 80+ software developers. 

But what exactly is on offer at this new, emerging site? Let’s take a closer look. 

Slots 

It’s easy to tell that Stupid Casino is primarily focused on slots. You can jump to various sections, including Jackpot, Video Slots, Megaways and Multiways. Under the Video Slots section, you’ll find an array of classics from big-name developers, such as StarburstBig Bass Bonanza and Immortal Romance.

You can search by developer and slot name, and each game has info attached to show some key stats. Even though the site officially claims to have over 8,000 games, I noticed that the full total is 9,491, meaning that Stupid Casino adds to its catalogue regularly. 

Another great touch is that most slots at Stupid Casino are available to play in demo mode, so you can try out a bunch of new titles without parting with any money.

Live Casino 

When you open the live gaming collection, you’ll see that all the usual suspects are here, including Evolution, Pragmatic Play, Playtech and Skywind. However, just like with their slot selection, Stupid Casino hasn’t stopped at the most well-known brands. You can also find titles from smaller companies, including Ezugi, who are making quite the name for themselves in the live casino arena. 

All the classic casino games are accounted for, including multiple versions of roulette, blackjack, baccarat and craps. But anyone who’s anyone knows that the current live gaming trend is all about the game shows

Popular live game show-inspired titles at Stupid Casino include Crazy Time, Dreamcatcher, Mega Ball and the new Funky Time Live

As the icing on the cake, Stupid Casino is hot on the heels of the latest craze to sweep live casino gaming: live slots. There are currently only two titles in the catalogue: Gonzo’s Treasure Map Live and Buffalo Blitz Live, but I imagine these two games will be joined by more soon enough.

Other games 

Given the incredible size of Stupid Casino’s game collection, it isn’t surprising that there are plenty of other options available to fans of other genres; not just slots and live casino. 

Stupid Casino provides an enormous poker selection, including 56 video poker games and 19 live versions. Other games include video bingo and scratch cards too.

Promotions & Rewards

Looking at the Stupid Casino promotions page, there’s a lot to unpack! There are fabulous welcome offers that can change but regularly involve zero wagering. With weekly promos, tournaments, cashback and free spins offers, Stupid Casino certainly loves a bonus deal!

Bonuses & Free Spins

Most of the promos at Stupid Casino are slots-focused. Madness of Spins, for example, gives you the chance to win a share of a €7,000 prize by competing against other slots fans across a range of BF Gaming titles. Mystery Drop is another slots tournament that gives out a possible 6,250 ‘Mystery Boxes’, as well as the opportunity to claim a chunk of the €2,500,000 prize pool.

VIP Treatment

Stupid Casino advertises a VIP program for its loyal players with ‘VIP Cashback Levels’ over 3 tiers:

  • Good boy – 5% VIP Cashback
  • Master Blaster – 7% VIP Cashback
  • King of the Castle – 10% VIP Cashback

Apart from cashback offers, there are some great perks available, such as bespoke bonuses, free spins offers and even your own personal VIP manager. However, how you become a VIP seems to be an invitation-only affair. Personally, I like the allure of an exclusive VIP program rather than a generic loyalty program that’s open to all; it adds a bit of magic to proceedings.

Reload Bonus

Silly Saturday is the current Stupid Casino reload bonus, which is another 100% match deposit offer up to €150, available every Saturday. Like the welcome package, the Silly Saturday reload bonus is wager free, so it’s sure to be popular with a lot of players.

Deposits & Withdrawals

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Yet another impressive element of the Stupid Casino site is the enormous range of payment options for deposit and withdrawal. If you’re a fan of traditional methods, you’ll find bank transfers, Visa, Mastercard, Visa/Mastercard Voucher and Cashlib vouchers all available for deposits. If you prefer more modern options, you can choose from a range of eWallets and other services, such as Astropay Neosurf, Paysafecard, Jeton, Interac, Sofort, Apple Pay and Mifinity. 

Finally, if you’re a pioneer of uber-modern transactions, then you’ll be pleased to know that Stupid Casino also lets you deposit in a variety of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, as well as stablecoins like Binance Coin and Bitcoin Cash. Minimum deposits are generally €20, or equivalent, or €0 when using crypto. 

When it comes time to withdraw your winnings, most deposit options are available, with the exception of vouchers which only let you deposit. The minimum withdrawal is €25. Withdrawal limits are capped at €5,000 per week or €10,000 per month, and turnaround times are pretty snappy with up to 12 hours on weekdays and up to 48 hours at weekends. Allow for your payment method’s standard processing times on top.

Licensing & Regulation

Stupid Casino is owned by Versus Odds B.V., a vastly experienced, well-known operator in the iGaming industry with 14 other casino brands currently on the market.

With a Curacao licence, Stupid Casino accepts players from a wide range of countries and also offers its site in various languages, including English, French, German, Portuguese and Finnish. 

Help & Support

One of the most important factors when choosing a new casino is customer service. I like to see as close to 24/7 support as possible and many avenues of communication, so that I can get in touch quickly and easily. 

At Stupid Casino, I’m pleased to say they do indeed offer round-the-clock customer care, as well as a live chat feature that connects you to a real operator in seconds. I contacted the casino to ask about the terms and conditions of their welcome package and they responded in under a minute. 

I couldn’t find a telephone number, but that’s quite common these days, and Stupid Casino offers email support 12/7, which is very reasonable, in my opinion. 

They also have both FAQs and Responsible Gambling sections where you can find lots of info without having to get in touch with a customer service rep. 

Stupid Casino also offers tools such as deposit and loss limit settings in the Restrictions area of your account. These tools help you if you want to regulate your hobby, and the casino also has details of self-exclusion programs available in your country. 

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Paul Clare
Reviewed by Paul Clare Last updated:

There’s nothing quite like grabbing a no wagering bonus and Paul is always ready to try them out as soon as they hit the scene. He’s been an avid fan of online casinos and sports betting for many years and can’t wait to try out new sites—especially when he gets his hands on a top offer and plays for free.