Wintoro Casino Review: Scam or Safe?

Wintoro Casino Review: Scam or Safe?


Wintoro Casino is an upcoming casino that has made its domain available to the public, so if you are just a random user happening on it things might seem very odd, and even like a joke. That's the way we felt at first, only later did it dawn upon us that Wintoro was in fact still in construction. So, what we have revealed below is incomplete and perhaps even transitory information about the platform at hand.


BonusMin depositMax bonusWagering requirementsCash out limit
Express BonusUnspecified50%UnspecifiedUnspecified
Rush Hour BonusUnspecified€500UnspecifiedUnspecified

The only bonuses we have are these two “lorem ipsum” types, which tells us that even the bonuses here are under construction. But from what we see, the two bonuses that we ought to be included are an Express Bonus up to 50% and a Rush Hour Bonus up to €500. 

Unfortunately, there were no bonus terms and conditions, and other than the snip above, there's no further info on the bonuses or their terms. However, even with this amount of info we can state that the casino is considering its options.

  • Welcome Bonuses: These are what attracts most users, and are the bulk of the bonuses, the building blocks if you will.
  • Live Bonuses: Concerned with live games, these are also hugely popular, granting boosts to all kinds of live games.
  • Sports Bonuses: Applied on sports betting, these bonuses are hugely popular that grant all kinds of interesting twists on established promotions, as well as more unique twists.
  • Reload Bonuses: Such bonuses are called “reload” because users can activate them any time they want, or at least on given days of the week.
  • Special Events, Tournaments, and VIP Programs: These are extra features that add layers of extra content and reasons to come back to the casino. Recently, it's these that many casinos pay attention to because there is a lot of room for improvisation.


The website footer discloses that the casino is owned by two companies:

  • Beets Entertainment N.V. is the first one, operating with a sub-license issued by Gaming Services Provider N.V. in Curacao.
  • Nitouka Limited, is the second parent firm, this one operational under the laws of Cyprus, with no real regulatory backing behind it.

However, there was no licensing seal on the footer, nor any real indication that Wintoro holds a license, but the general consensus is that the casinos legal and operational status is still pending, as it is obvious that the casino is not yet fully launched, nor is it fully functional at the time of writing this review.

In other words, we are in anticipation of a Curacao license which is great news for all, but only time will tell if the casino actually is able to retain it. If granted a license, Wintoro would be the envy of hundreds if not thousands of applicants, since this regulator is not only a provider of solid security and fairness measures, but its one-of-a-kind approach to encouraging casinos to be bigger and better is unprecedented anywhere else.

A clause that we did not like or tolerate was one concerned with third party websites. According to this provision the casino website may include links to third party websites that are in “no way investigated, monitored or checked for accuracy or completeness” by the casino. Such links are not endorsed by Wintoro, nor are they affiliated in any way. The clause also warns users to be diligent when dealing with such websites, using the word “precaution” to implicate real risk. The entire clause seems like a warning for something that the casino can go without, making it more confusing why it had to include it in the first place.

Another suspicious clause is the Severability provision. It claims that in case a provision in the terms and condition is deemed invalid by the ruling authority, then the casino has the right to modify said provision so as to make it valid in the eyes of the relevant authority, in extent making the terms and conditions fluid and adaptable, which basically means that  the platform grants itself the maneuverability to amend its terms and conditions when faced with a conflict of interest or when a user decides to take action against it. It's actually brilliant, but incredibly shady.

Aside form this, there are a lot of indemnification clauses that limit the casinos liabilities in cases where is can cause harm to users. This is still a very bleak addition to a casino that is yet to launch, and with this many limited liability provisions we wonder if the final product will be worth it.

We don't know what the casino's aims are with so many indemnification and amendment clauses, but it does not look all that peachy. Hopefully, its licensing body will take action against these, while some of us here think that the reason the casino has not launched yet is precisely because it is in need of restructuring its legal documents.

Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese

Restricted countries: Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, Curaçao, France, Netherlands, Saint Martin (French part), Singapore, Spain, United Kingdom, United States


Currencies: Euro (EUR), US Dollar (USD), Canadian Dollar (CAD), New Zealand Dollar (NZD), Bitcoin (BTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Tether (USDT), XRP, Cardano (ADA)

Deposit methodMinimumMaximumProcessing timeFee
Credit/Debit CardUnspecifiedUnspecifiedUnspecifiedUnspecified
Withdrawal methodMinimumMaximumProcessing timeFee
Credit/Debit Card€30UnspecifiedUnspecifiedUnspecified

There was no real dedicated functioning section on the site with accurate payment details, but there is a payments page in the works which is a great sign since these pages are great for new comers to make the best payment choice for their individual situation.

As of now, we don't have all that much we can talk about in terms of payments. The legal documents mention that there will be credit cards, debit cards, and bank transfers as payment methods, but just like most casino, we personally expcte manjor e-wallets and cryptocurrencies.

There is a clause in the legal documents that eludes to the presence of deposit and withdrawal fees issued by the casino, but there are no further details; the clause refers the client to the aforementioned payments page, but as of now this source is under construction. Other than these fees still unbeknownst to us are the system fees and currency conversion ones that are out of the control of the user and the casino, and are a part of pretty much any casino out there.

That's all we have on payments. There is room here for improvement, but seeing as Wintoro is still under development we can hope that it can and will provide solid payment grounds.

Last for this section is a dormant account fee that we discovered. If a user is not present in his account for more than 12 months, then said account will be deemed inactive and the user will have to start paying a monthly fee of €10 until the account get reactivated or the money on the account reaches zero. It's your standard dormant account clause.


We can't really dive in the deep end here but can only swim in shallow waters. The entire gaming collection is locked behind passwords as you can see from the snip below

All we can tell you for a fact is that the casino is prepping to be a power house of games, with video slots, live games, and a fully functioning sports betting platform all planned for some time in the future.

Video slots are a staple for any casino, and we don't think that you can even qualify as an online casino without these games, unless you explicitly state your goal. But Wintoro does not seem to be a casino that will experiment, and will offer what we think will be a good video slot gaming selection.

As for live games, they have also become a staple of any self respecting online casino, and are always on the rise in popularity as more and more classic table game enthusiasts are moving to the world of online and at-home gambling. Here, we also expect a good roster of games like Poker, Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, and more.

Lastly, we have the sportsbook, and in our experience each sportsbook we review is different from the rest since it's up to the casino to structure it the best way it sees fit. So, what Wintoro will come up with might be revolutionary or it may turn out to be a rehash of old sport betting platform ideas, or it just may very well be an average looking platform. It's up to the casino in the end.

We have nothing more to add. The casino is yet to prove itself there where it matters most, namely the gaming section. A casino with bad or even average gaming conditions does not stand a chance at surviving for long unless it makes changes for the better. The way we see it, the ambition of Wintoro are clear and only time will tell if it achieves them all or partly.

Game providers: Unspecified


Wintoro is an up and coming casino that shows some limited potential, but in reality it's really too early to know for sure. It's still odd to see a casino with a functioning domain be locked away and still in construction but made fully public. We understand that the casino want's to start building a reputation, but we wonder whether showcasing the platform in its current state does not hurt its stature more than building it.

Wintoro Pros and Cons

Good Gaming SellectionStill Not Officially Launched
Awaiting Curacao LicenseNot Much Info to Work With

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