Hi I am not sure which country you are based in but in regards to this one I would stay clear.
If your in UK its a big no. a good way to check is to see if they have UK gambling license so if not stay away. Even casinos which has the UK license might not be any good either.
You can also check normally on their front pages check in bottom and you can look where they are licensed. This casino is licensed in Curacao
which is in bottom of most trustable casinos.
See this list kind credits go to casinomeister for list below it is a good way to get your first impressions but also very important is to read their terms and conditions trough as well so lets take their no deposit offer. Does it say you can keep winnings and how much can you withdraw etc.
Some sneaky casinos offer these no deposit bonuses just to lure you in and hope you wil make deposits despite you might not even be able to withdraw winnings from their no deposits casinos like that are a no go.
To finish off though if based in Germany they might be okay. Though have heard about them changing their terms and voiding some players from their winnings. But this could happen on all casinos. You could try them out and have fun with the €5 and se how goes but I would not suggest to deposit before they have been out a bit longer.
We will try take contact and see if they are reliable but would never be in our top list thats for sure.
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Panama - low