Casumo launches sportbook with esports offering
Established in 2012, Casumo has been a specialist in Casino and slot based gambling since their inception. With regular TV spots and a friendly mascot, dubbed “The Heavyweight”, it quickly became a well-known spot for gamblers.
At the end of 2019, Casumo expanded their platform to add a fully featured sportbook with, most importantly, plenty of esports titles making an appearance. At the time of writing, top tier esports titles CS:GO, League of Legends and Dota 2 are covered, with Call of Duty also making an appearance.
Market coverage for matches are currently quite limited, with most only offering Match Winner markets. From our review, only upcoming matches from the Tier 1 BLAST Pro Series had additional markets including Round Handicaps and Map Winner. But don’t worry, with live betting and more markets on the way it’s worth creating an account and checking back every few weeks to see how it expands.
In a comparison of Call of Duty matches with Bet365 and Betway, Casumo offered the same lines as both of them across both lines on Match Winner markets. So with this, there competing quite well, but nothing yet to drive you to change platform.
The offers available on Casumo come in fast, with new optional bonuses being thrown into the mix every week. There is quite a strong attempt for cross-platform betting, giving free spin offers, etc. but you can just pick the ones that tickle you. As a welcome bonus, if you place a €10 bet on a 1.6 or above line, then they’ll place an additional $10 into your account! Not too shabby.
With their headquarters in Malta and has additional offices in Barcelona and Gibraltar, the company hold licenses with Malta Gaming Authority, UK Gambling Commission, Swedish Gambling Authority and the Danish Gambling Authority. The more licenses, the more countries that will have access to their platform.