It’s closed – who cares?
Viks Casino was launched in 2016 – and it was not immune to the hiccups that new casinos have when first taking on players. Viks is new, and time will tell if this casino has the capability to last. Viks – short for Viking, but pronounced Viks – rhymes with kicks.
Viks Casino is powered by Microgaming, NetEnt, IGT, edict, Evolution Gaming, NYX, and Play ‘n Go. They are licensed in Curacao, and in the UK. They are on the EveryMatrix platform – so if you have ever self-excluded from a casino on this platform, please don’t bother signing up. You will be barred sooner or later.
If you are in the UK – their UKGC will apply to you, but if you are coming from elsewhere – their Curacao license is worthless. If you have a complaint, good luck with that unless you submit one with our Arbitration Service. Hopefully, you won’t have to.
We don’t have much concerning payouts at the moment since they are relatively new, but as soon as the minions start playing at Viks, we’ll be able to give you accurate payout times. At the moment, we only have data from the casino peeps.
They claim that their payout times are pretty quick. Instant for webwallets – a little longer for others. They have no reverse time, so that should speed things up. Again, this casino has not been tested by our members since it has recently launched. As this information comes in (payout times, etc), you should be seeing updates on this review page.
They support the following languages: English, Norwegian, German, Finish, Swedish, Canadian, and Australian – mate.
For currencies, they support the Euro and British pound.