Bizzo Casino is an online casino established in 2021 that runs on a multi-software platform offering games from a variety of suppliers. It is operated by TechSolutions Group N.V. and is registered under the jurisdictions of Kahnawake and Curaçao. Last Updated: April 16, 2022.
The online casino industry is saturated with options for players, and it is difficult for new sites to stand out from one another. Choosing an odd name is a seemingly tried and trusted strategy and Bizzo Casino is a case in point. The Collins dictionary defines "Bizzo" as Australian slang for "empty and irrelevant talk or ideas; nonsense". Some of our guys here are Australian and strangely enough none had ever heard the term used. And why would a casino want to call themselves "Nonsense Casino" anyway? I'm puzzled, but what I do know is that this casino has a huge game library, Bitcoin support, progressive jackpots, and responsible gaming controls, which makes for a potentially interesting option for players to check out.
If you read the hype from any casino, they're all tell you they have "a huge library of the best games", no matter whether they have 100 or 2000 to pick from. Bizzo is no different but this is one time where the casino does live up to the hype. Running on a platform supplied by SoftSwiss which you may well be familiar with, they have well over a thousand games from dozens of developers including the likes of NetEnt, Microgaming, Thunderkick, Relax, Endorphina, Big Time Gaming, and many more. Unfortunately it also means that there are games from rogue suppliers such as Pragmatic Play / IGTech, and Betsoft Gaming. You can click the links in their names to read about why we urge players to avoid their games at all times.
The design of the site is attractive and easy to navigate. You're greeted with a header space full of promotions that are designed to get you to sign up, and underneath you'll find featured games as well as a search bar and breakdown by developer. Finding a specific game is easy as pie with that search bar, and I enjoyed browsing that big library.
There are live dealer games available, with high definition webcast games like blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and draw games like Dream Catcher all available. Slot machine tournaments are also a nice inclusion, as are slot races that can help you win some nice prizes.
If you want to play at Bizzo Casino on your phone or tablet, you can. The mobile site is also well designed, as everything snapped well into place on my iPhone and iPad. I dare say the site looks sharper on a mobile device than it does on my PC display.
I consider fast and efficient banking to be key hallmarks of a good online casino, and thankfully Bizzo doesn't disappoint in this aspect. Common with other SoftSwiss platform casinos, they have support for a multitude of deposit methods and native currencies for you to choose from. In addition they allow you deposit in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and play supported games natively with crypto without having to convert to and from fiat currency (though not on all the games at casino it has to be said). In my experience Bitcoin really is the best way to move money to and from the casino, as payouts are routinely paid out with a few hours or less using this method.
Do note that if you have a big win that there are payout limits of €4000 per day, €16,000 per week, and €50,000 per month at the casino. However if your win was due to a progressive jackpot the news is better, because the limits do not apply to progressive winnings.
Customer support is what I'd consider to be average. You can live chat in with the team throughout the day, and there is also an email function available. In previous reviews associated with this brand I had missed the live chat function, as the button is buried in the site's sidebar. That's not the case here, as I was able to quickly find it on the lower right side of the site. I would like to see telephone support included, but it seems that there's less and less casinos offering the option these days.
Bizzo Casino holds gaming licenses through Curacao and the Kahnawake Gaming Commission. The former is basically a service for offshore shell corporations that allows casino operators to pay a fee to obtain a piece of virtual paper to make themselves look good, while in reality it offers no real protection for players. Kahnawake, on the other hand, has a reputation of being quite a good regulator so I was much more impressed to see their license number on the site. Should you have a problem with the casino, the KGC takes complaints seriously and offers official avenues to pursue if you have a dispute.
Bizzo Casino has the usual responsible gambling information page that provides some brief info on avoiding gambling addiction. I was glad to see though that they have gone one further and worked in some controls such as deposit limits, wagering losses, and deposits. These can be adjusted as you need on a daily/weekly/monthly basis via your account settings once logged in.
The casino does the expected thing and offers SSL encryption technology on their site. This is something virtually all sites do these days and is an important step in protecting your information from outside sources that'd look to intercept your personal data. This isn't anything special at this point, but it is good to see it in place.
I didn't see a list of theoretical return to player (RTP) percentages on the site. Some sites offer this as a means of transparency to see what the values of the games are. You can look at some individual games to get the payout rates, depending on whether the game supplier discloses the information, but there's no single set of audited or searchable results available from Bizzo here.
Despite its odd name, there's nothing strange about what's going on at Bizzo Casino. This is a very good online casino that offers a wealth of games, big jackpots, responsible gambling controls, and fast payouts, especially via Bitcoin. There are a few things that could be improved upon, but all-in-all, this is a pretty good new place to play.