Thanks to Microgaming and the Viper platform, Casino Action delivers a solid mobile gaming experience even without native apps. All 550 slots, progressives and casino games are available on mobile along with the most popular live tables from Evolution Gaming. You can have some blackjack against the dealer, pull a chair at the French Roulette or go for some of the hottest game shows around. Pretty much nothing is left out from the desktop version. So on Android or iPhone, you also take part in the Casino Action reward program. For every euro wagered in the mobile casino, you get comp points that you can later redeem for casino chips.
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Mobile App for Android
Casino Action doesn’t offer a mobile app on Google Play or an APK file to download and install manually. Lightweight and perfectly optimized, the mobile casino is stable even on Android 5.0 devices.
iOS App for iPhone and iPad
With no mobile app on App Store, you can only play at Casino Action over Safari. Powered by Microgaming, the mobile casino will run without performance issues even older iOS 9.0 iPhone and iPad devices.
Mobile Casino Features
Microgaming mobile casinos like Casino Action are all about classics gameplay. And even though there is a handful of Megaways games, that’s pretty much it on the modern side. The rest are good-old three to five-reel slots with up to fifty adjustable paylines, classic RNG casino games and popular progressives. The other highlight is in the Casino Action reward program, available to both Android and iPhone players. There are six levels to unlock, which is done by earning points for every €10 wagered in the mobile. The higher you climb up the ladder, the better perks you get to unlock. Special bonuses, VIP customer support, access to the exclusive Casino Rewards VIP Lucky Jackpots and more.
Signing up for Casino Action takes a single registration form to complete. First, you have to provide general personal information like name, date of birth and email address. Next, you have to set up a password, enter your phone number and select an account currency. Once you complete the required fields, you’ll receive a confirmation email with an activation link. Open it and you’ll be ready to make your first deposit and claim Casino Action’s welcome offer.
On Android or iPhone, Casino Action offers a big welcome bonus of €1,250, spanning the first five deposits. To trigger the bonus, you’d have to deposit at least €10 and the casino will double your first deposit up to €300. On your 2nd deposit, there’s a 50% up to €200, followed by a 25% bonus up to €500. The 4th bonus is 50% up to €250 and the 5th- 100% up to €150. To cash out the first two bonuses, you’d have to meet the whopping rollover requirements of 200x the bonus. Cashing out the rest of the bonuses only requires you to wager the bonus a 30x.
Casino Payment Options
The mobile casino of Casino Action only supports accounts in EUR, GBP, USD and CAD. Payments made in any other currency are subject to a 2.5% fee plus the daily exchange rate. Withdrawals on the other hand are free of charge except for bank wires. There’s a fixed fee of €35 on amounts over €3,000, and a €70 fee on anything above. Processing speed is about average and withdrawal requests take 48 hours to get settled. From there on, it takes up to 3 business days if you’re using a card, up to a day in case of an e-wallet, and up to 10 days for bank withdrawals. There’s also a €4,000 weekly limit that can only be raised by climbing up to VIP ladder.
If you’re new to Microgaming mobile casinos, at Casino Action you can find some of the industry’s most legendary slots and progressives titles available for Android and iPhone. From Immortal Creatures and its four bonus games to the Vault game of Break Da Bank Again and the might military progressive Major Millions. The mobile casino is brimming with classic gameplay, tons of features and plenty of free play. But since you’re probably looking for jackpots, you can go straight for the Mega Moolah slots, which seed at one million. All WoWPot! progressives like Wheel of Wishes and Book of Atem are also featured and offer an even bigger jackpot, starting at two million.
Casino Action also features Microgaming’s most popular RNG card and table games. There’s Classic, Vegas and Atlantic City Blackjack along with all popular video poker games. Joker Poker, All Aces and Jacks or Better are available together with jackpot versions of Caribbean Draw and Pоker Ride. As of recently, however, you also get your hands on Evolution Gaming’s live dealers. Blackjack and baccarat for low and high rollers, all popular wheels, incl. French Roulette with La Parage and top game shows like Crazy Time await your Android or iPhone.
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Questions and Answers
Who runs the mobile casino?
In the late 2000s, Casino Action was acquired by the major casino group Casino Rewards. In the industry since 2000, they maintain a reputation for a fair and reliable casino operator. The aggressive marketing aside, they are known for abusively applying their bonus terms, so make sure to stick to the T&Cs.
How to sign up for Casino Action?
If you have an account with any other Casino Rewards property, you can use your existing credentials to log in. If not, all you have to do is complete the single-page registration form, which requires your name, phone number and current address.
Can I join the loyalty program on mobile?
Yes. As soon as you make your first deposit, you start racking up reward points by simply playing your favorite mobile games. Collect 100 points and you get one euro in chips.
Are all games available on mobile?
Yes, all 550 slots and casino games from Microgaming and the live tables from Evolution Gaming are available for Android and iPhone. Only older devices may not have access to more graphically intense recent releases.
I found a Casino Action app online. Is it safe?
Like all Microgaming mobile casinos, Casino Action has no official releases for Android and iOS. Similar apps from third-party sources may contain malicious code and are considered a security risk.