EmuCasino Relaunches with A New Look and Friend

For its 10th anniversary, EmuCasino pulled out all the stops and relaunched its site with everything from a sleek new appearance to a slew of new features.

Since it was first established in 2012, EmuCasino has worked tirelessly to make itself the best online casino in the countries and regions that it operates which include New Zealand, Canada and a significant number of European nations. Over the years, it has achieved this through a wide variety of initiatives such as growing its list of gaming software providers and adding popular payment methods.

2015 saw the online casino undergo a relaunch that was aimed at significantly improving its performance on several levels and that goal was achieved with great success. Now it has done that and so much more seven years later, transforming to such an extent that it would not be an exaggeration to say that it has become a completely new website.

For starters, EmuCasino is now a responsive site that no longer uses separate URLs for desktop and mobile but rather detects the device being used and adjusts accordingly. Additionally, the user interface is more intuitive and game play functions have been revamped.

Another significant change was the introduction of the new character Kiri the Kiwi which comes from and represents New Zealand. Furthermore, several other key new features and improvements were announced to be in the pipeline.

Learn more about these changes on our 2022 relaunch page.

As this relaunch coincided with EmuCasino’s 10th anniversary and therefore its mascot Eddy’s 10th birthday, the online casino launched a special campaign to celebrate both occasions. Called Our Ten-niversary Housewarming Party, it offered its loyal players limited match deposit bonuses as well as no deposit bonuses via voucher codes which were mailed to them.

Details of these promotions can be found on our 10th anniversary campaign page.

Last but not least, EmuCasino launched a special commemorative casino race named Eddy’s Tentastic Celebration Casino Race which had a prize pool of $1,500 in real cash.

/Josh Brown
News editor