Simba Games

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  • Good spread of slots from NextGen, SG Gaming, and NetEnt
  • Some of the best Microgaming progressive jackpots
  • Part of the Skill on Net chain of casinos
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If you love a spread of games and aren't fussed about fees, Simba Games could be the casino for you.

Whoever’s idea it was to give Simba Casino a leonine makeover was on to a good thing: lion-based casinos do well, if LeoVegas is anything to go by.

Tapping into the animal theme is Skill On Net, whose Simba Casino launched in 2014 with plenty of great games and an easy-to-use interface. But does the site roar, or is it letting out barely audible squeaks in the gambling world?


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  • Fast cash-out times promised across all methods
  • Easy no-download software for all platforms
  • Lots of banking solutions for customers
  • Customer support is good and open 24 hours


  • Only an instant-play version available
  • Table games lobby is a little on the limited side

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The no-download client at Simba Games works perfectly well. You can get to the slots and table games you want super-fast, although the icons for each game seemed to be in some kind of lo-res graphics that looked terrible on our screens.

Microgaming and NetEnt provide the bulk of the action like Tomb Raider, Gonzo’s Quest et al, but there are some decent games from WMS and Barcrest (now both under the SG Gaming banner) in the shape of Zeus III and Rainbow Riches.

Several progressive jackpot slots give players the chance to win millions. The usual array of Mega Moolah, Cash Splash, and Mega Fortune prop up the progressives lobby.


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First, the good news: Simba Games accepts deposits via debit and credit cards including MasterCard and VISA. But beware the deposit and withdrawal fees. There’s around a 2.5-3% charge for most methods – even debit cards – so you’ll have to factor that into your banking. On the plus side, there are fairly low minimum limits on player deposits.


If you’re a fan of NetEnt and Microgaming, you’ll find much to enjoy at Simba Games. But like its Skill on Net sister casinos you’ll have to contend with annoying fees on transactions. That can be a game-changer if you’re playing a lot of real-money games.

Make a deposit and see how hard the charges hit you. If you love a spread of games and aren’t fussed about fees, Simba Games could be the casino for you.

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