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New Casinos to Look Out for in 2020 
As anyone who’s ever searched for a casino online, the Internet is home to plenty of places where you can have a flutter. Whether you’re a roulette fan, a blackjack buff or just enjoy seeing what the slots have in store, you’ll have your pick of hundreds of possible sites.

Many of these, like 888 and Bet365, are long-standing, huge names in the industry, so well-established that even non-gamblers will probably know their names. And there are droves of lesser known casinos that have been around just as long.

If you’re a seasoned player, you may well have your own “go-to” casinos which you visit whenever you’re in the mood to place a bet or two. But, while the market is certainly well-populated with competing casinos, there’s always room for expansion in the world of online gaming, and new sites are still launching weekly.

Why choose a new online casino?

There’s a lot to be said for tried and tested casinos – those old favourites you keep going back to. After all, you’ll be used to their interface and comfortable with finding your way around their site or app. But it’s always worth keeping an eye out for the new kids on the block.

Being new, they’ll probably want to make a splash and get noticed. That’s quite a big ask in a market as crowded and competitive as this one, which means new casinos may pull out all the stops when it comes to welcome incentives.

Think super-favourable bonus offers, including potentially generous no deposit bonuses. If they’re really eager to please, some new online casinos may offer bonuses with low wagering requirements, or even eliminate wagering altogether. Getting a bonus without any wagering requirements is pretty much the holy grail for gamblers, as it means you’ll be able to withdraw your winnings straight away, without having to bet numerous times to get at your cash.

New online casinos might also come up with particularly creative loyalty schemes of gamification features to catch the eye of potential players. On top of that, new online casinos are also often more playful and experimental in their “theme” than more traditional casino sites. While that might not actually affect how you play the games themselves, the sheer novelty of the site might simply be more fun, and that’s what online gaming is all about.

Curious to know what the top new online casinos of 2020 are looking like? Here are some which are getting attention from players.


You know what we just said about playful and experimental new casinos? Well, check out Casoola, which whisks you into a sci-fi, retro-futuristic world of game-playing robots. Yep, you read that right. Imagine if Futurama was crossed with a casino – that should give you an idea of Casoola’s vibe.

You’ve got to hand it to the guys behind the site, because every aspect of it is in keeping with the theme – from the colourful robot croupier characters peppering the pages to the “About Us” page which introduces them by name, including “St John Tango” and Armando and Fernando, the “brothers from another motherboard”.

As for the games – well, you can expect a wealth of slots, table games and live casino experiences, as well as the chance to “upgrade your chipset” to become a “VIP bot” and enjoy special bonuses and monthly VIP prize draws.


This newcomer to the online casino scene has an attractively laid out website that makes navigating and discovering games a breeze. While it lives up to its name by having a glittering array of slot games, there’s plenty here to draw in those of us who love classic table games. Take roulette, for example. Slotnite has something to please all lovers of the wheel of fortune, with a number of different roulette flavours to choose from, including American, French and European.

If you love the real-world feel of live casino gaming, that’s covered too. You can take on human croupiers and dealers, courtesy of live streamed games from top developers like Evolution Gaming and NetEnt.


As with Casoola, this is another example of a new online casino going all-out quirky. Welcome to Casushi, where you’ll be met by a fire-breathing lizard monster when you enter the website, not to mention a “Casushi Master” who instructs you to “Eat your sushi to get big and strong like Godzilla.”

The zany Japanese vibe carries on throughout this gleefully colourful site, which also features cats done up like martial artists and giant salmon nigiri sushi floating in the background. Naturally, there’s a sushi-themed slots game, but as the site helpfully tells us, “Don’t worry if you don’t like fish, it’s not actually fish.”

There’s a refreshingly irreverent tone to the whole place, right down to the “About Us” section, where they say “Our service style means always being professional and constantly searching for new ways to, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla, bla”. Yes, that’s a direct quote. If any one site sums up the rebellious, cheeky potential of new casino sites, it’s Casushi.

Captain Spins

Less flamboyant than some other new online casinos, Captain Spins keeps things pretty simple. Yes, there’s a character known as “The Captain”, who looks a bit like the hunky, chiselled-cheekboned hero of a cop show, but the real draw here is its incredibly generous welcome bonus. At the time of writing, the site offers a match bonus of 100% up to £1,200, which should help it steal some of the limelight from older casinos.

There’s a good range of games to choose from, including live casino classics and the promise of weekly updates to the game library that should keep the interest of players.

All of this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to new casinos to check out in 2020. With new casinos launching every week, there’s sure to be plenty more innovation down the line.

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