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Find a List of Casinos Here Sorted by Languages

Don’t you just love the world culture? We think it’s awesome people that speak different languages can speak to each other. After all, according to the legend, the reason why God went all out with Babylon is because it sucks to be separated. 

The principle is always the same – divide and conquer. We think that when people’s multiculturalism is celebrated, the world becomes a better place. We have come up with a list of casino sorted by languages their stories can be told in.

Why Should We Care?

So what do we really know about languages and countries they are spoken in? Here’s how it looks for the average consumer. English is the world’s top language (whoops, actually, Mandarin and Spanish are the top two most widely spoken languages ever). French have a beautiful language, and so do Italians. Not sure about Russians? German sounds like someone yanked the tablecloth off the table with all the stuff on it.  There are lesser known nations like the Danish. They’re known for their cheese. And watches. Or is that the Swiss?

The reason we think it is important to recognize and respect different cultures is because we think no-one deserves to be treated like they’re inferior just because for most people the unknown is associated with scary.

We think cultures all over the world are delightful domains for exciting adventures. After all, Persia is the birthplace of civilization, and India created Osho, Rumi, and Apoo from Simpsons (he must have gotten hell for that name in grade school). Our lists of games include every major language we can think of that has more than 5 people who speak it and isn’t extinct (we think it would be pretty interesting to introduce slots in Latin, because it would be just like playing a Harry Potter game, but not very practical).

Why Should You Care?

You know that feeling when some major casino has a button with a little flag on it so you can switch languages, and yours is not on it? Or have you ever filled a form in for something, and you’re asked which country you’re from, and it’s not in the options? Well, we think words hurt (although we do think it’s funny how racist people can be), so as far as we are concerned the chances are you will find a casino in your language if you visit our site, be it Russian, Afrikaans, Greek, Portuguese, Spanish, Norwegian, or Arabic. There are 33 in total.

As you can see, we have approached our clients’ satisfaction in every way we can think of, and we hope that that thoughtfulness will be remembered when you leave us a review (just kidding, we have plenty of great reviews already, but if you are willing, don’t hesitate to contribute).

There are 30 casinos in French, 101 in English, 36 in Norwegian, 55 in Russian, 53 in Swedish, and so on. As you can see, we have gathered a rather large base of countries and casinos which were all carefully vetted for your utmost playing pleasure. Here are our most eagerly recommended ones.

Russia

If you caught a whiff of Russian casinos, and you’re thinking “mafia, vodka, and snow”, and you’re thinking you should better steer clear of those before anything happens, we are happy to debunk a few myths for you there. While it may be true that Russians are very fond of vodka, and it is one of the coldest places in the world, Russia is far from the empire of evil Reagan described it to be.

In fact, Russia is subject to very strict government control and plenty of various safety checks, which means that the casinos listed here are just as safe as anywhere else you go. For some reason, Russia seems to get a lot of bad rep in the Western world thanks to a few popular misconceptions, and you would be surprised to find out how many of them are untrue.

Just like our knowledge of the world turns out to be quite limited once you do your research, it turns out Russia has been historically represented as a country filled with bears, aggressive peasants, and poor, run-down villages, which is quite far from the truth.  Russia has some of the strongest Secret Service, KGB and military presence in the world, which means it’s very difficult to pull off anything suspicious without the government knowing about it.

Japan

Obviously one of the world’s leading countries in terms of technology (with some technology in The Country of The Rising Sun 10 years ahead of the rest of the world), Japan is an immensely worthwhile choice for online gambling. It hosts a few names like JoyCasino, LuckyNiki, Casino X, which you highly likely have heard of if you’re into veteran iGaming.

Japan is and has been a rising market for quite a while now, and stands as an important bridge between sophistication and sentient living in the West and raw, uncompromising power of Asia, which it connects to through Vladivostok (2 hours’ flight from Tokyo).

Denmark

You’ll be surprised how many superstitions we are faced with every day. Discovering that was certainly a surprise to us. A duck’s quack can actually be heard, bats aren’t blind, people don’t only use 10% of their brains, Buddha was not fat… The Danish , while they do live in a small country, are quite well-known in Northern Europe, and plenty of people in Norway, Sweden, and Finland use their language to communicate.

You’ll find sweet little casinos like EU Casino and SlotsMagic here. It is one of the wealthiest and safest countries in the world with some of the world’s top living quality standards, which is why we recommend playing their casinos wholeheartedly.

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