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The name “24Spin” conjures expectations of a fast-paced iGaming site that focuses mainly on online slots, and that’s largely what 24Spin is. It’s a long way from being one of the best-looking Barbados Casino sister sites, but Barbados Casino itself is hardly a looker. If you’re prepared to put up with the aesthetic quality of Barbados Casino, you shouldn’t have any issue with what you find at 24Spin. However, you might find that 24Spin is simply too similar to Barbados Casino for your liking. It’s another AG Communications Limited iGaming site with a plain black background and a template-based design, and it offers precisely the same portfolio of (roughly) 1300 casino games. Those games are divided between the live casino and standard casino sections of the site, with no additional categories like sports betting. You’ll find that the best Barbados Casino sister sites offer a little more
There’s a big difference between Jambo Casino and all the other Barbados Casino sister sites (apart from Neptune Play) on the AG Communications platform. It’s not a difference you could pick up from looking at the casino’s homepage, though. Save for these two exceptions, all the Barbados Casino sister sites operate on a white-label basis, meaning they’re technically owned by someone other than AG Communications. Jambo Casino is the operator’s sole property, and nobody else is involved in keeping it ticking. On paper, that should make it one of the best casinos in the range because it benefits from AG Communications’ full attention. In practice, there’s little difference between Jambo Casino and Barbados Casino save for the larger welcome promotion that’s up for grabs at Jambo Casino. If this site is supposed to serve as a shop window, showcasing what AG Communications can do to potential new white-label customers, it misses the mark.
Jambo Casino might not be the best of the Barbados Casino sister sites, but it’s a positive triumph compared to Jaak Casino. We’ve already said that both 24Spin and Barbados Casino look and feel basic. Jaak Casino takes “basic” to the next level. The overall weakness of Jaak Casino is exemplified by its welcome promotion, which is capped at a miserable £10 in bonus cash for anyone who joins the site and deposits £10 of their own money. Jaak Casino fails to back that offer up with any more substantial promotions and doesn’t have any unique games or gaming categories. In fact, the only games at Jaak Casino are slots. It might have some merit to anyone who’s looking for the ultimate in no-frills casino sites, but for anybody else, there’s probably not enough here to hold your interest. “Plain” doesn’t really cover it.
Anyone with a passing interest in Spanish will already have picked up on the fact that “Campeon” is the Spanish word for “champion.” Forget any ideas that might give you about Campeon UK being the casino of champions among the Barbados Casino sister sites. It isn’t. We’ll give it credit for being a touch prettier than the average template-based AG Communications casino, but all the effort that’s gone into the casino’s logo and banner graphics doesn’t compensate for the familiarity of the collection of games waiting to greet you on the Campeon UK homepage. We’re not overly enamoured with the welcome promotion either, as all it can deliver is £25 plus twenty-five free spins. Campeon UK is notable only for its bizarre decision to add a virtual sports betting section alongside its dedicated casino and live casino sections. If you were going to do that, wouldn’t you just add proper sports betting instead?
We’ve danced around some of the worst Barbados Casino sister sites on this short list, so we suppose it’s inevitable that we’d eventually end up at the outright worst. That’s Go Pro Casino, and we say that despite the fact that it’s far easier on the eye than any of the other casinos we’ve looked at so far. First impressions at Go Pro Casino are strong, but they drop off very quickly when you look at the welcome offer. For £15 – which is higher than average as a first-deposit request – all you’ll get is twenty-five free spins on an unspecified slots game. You won’t be offered any further promotions by the casino either. If you want to take that up with customer support, you’ll have to send them an email – there’s no other way of contacting Go Pro Casino. That’s too many red flags to make this site one worth considering.
We’ve shown you one of the worst Barbados Casino sister sites (if not the dirt worst), so it’s only fair we also show you one of the best. That’s where Mr Mega comes in. This is an iGaming site that offers almost everything that AG Communications Limited has access to in terms of games and entertainment. If you want to play slots, Mr Mega offers around 1300 of them. If you want to play live casino games, there are live dealers waiting to greet you. Fancy betting on sports instead? Mr Mega’s sportsbook is as wide as it is deep and offers competitive odds. What holds Mr Mega back from challenging Mr Play for the title of “Best AG Communications iGaming Site” is its design. It looks sharp and clean, but it’s still visibly template-based and lacks the extra appeal that a bespoke design would bring.
Most of the Barbados Casino sister sites are fairly average. Some of them are bad. A handful of them are broken. TopTally is one of them. You might not notice at first, as the TopTally homepage loads in much the same way as any other, but take yourself down to the bottom of the homepage and try to open the casino’s FAQ. You’ll find that it doesn’t load. That’s not great if you’re looking for payment and withdrawal information, so perhaps you’d feel inclined to click the “cashout” button instead. You’ll find that button doesn’t work either. That’s definitely worth talking to customer services about, but the only way to do so is to fill in a contact form and then submit it through the website. Given how broken the website is, we wouldn’t even feel confident that anyone will ever receive it. Until these problems are fixed, TopTally should be avoided.
Barbados Casino Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||89|
|Best Sister Sites||Jambo Casino, 24Spin, Go Pro Casino, Campeon UK and Jaak Casino|
|Owner/Operator||AG Communications Limited: High Street 135, Sliema, SLM 1548, Malta|
|Sister sites status||2 Active, 61 White Labels and 26 Inactive sister sites. 89 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39483|
|N/A – not on Twitter|
|Barbados Casino Facebook page|
Barbados Casino operator – AG Communications Limited
If you’ve played at a few Barbados Casino sister sites before, you might suddenly find yourself experiencing a sensation of deep deja vu. That’s not surprising. AG Communications Limited deals mainly in white-label casinos, which means it gets paid to make casino sites for anyone who wants one (within reason). Rather than coming up with a bespoke design every time, AG Communications uses a template to create a foundation and then builds around it. The template is easy to identify when you’ve seen it a few times. To be frank, it’s also dated by the standards of the modern era of iGaming. That might be a consequence of the fact that it hasn’t really been tweaked since AG Communications was formed in 2009. Since then, it’s introduced more than ninety casino sites to the UK market – although around thirty have since closed.
Operating over sixty active iGaming sites makes AG Communications Limited one of the biggest casino operators serving the UK, but its parent company Aspire Global is even bigger. Based in Malta and active in the market since 2005, Aspire Global has thus far built and released over 170 casino sites. As you’ll already have worked out if you can do fast maths, fewer than half of those casinos are available in the UK. The domestic market is massively important to Aspire Global, but it has licenses that allow it to operate in more than thirty other countries, and it provides dedicated casinos to each of them. Aspire Global was earmarked for a takeover and then bought in its entirety by NeoGames during the summer of 2022. The iLottery company has yet to introduce its lottery games to the casinos it now technically owns, but that doesn’t mean it won’t.
Barbados Casino review
Barbados Casino Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
Barbados Casino will immediately underwhelm you when you land on its homepage because it’s so dark and dingy – the opposite of what you’d expect from a casino with this theme. It will then underwhelm you further with its welcome promotion, which is one hundred free spins on Starburst for anyone who deposits £20 or more as a first deposit. Most Barbados Casino sister sites offer a matched deposit, but Barbados Casino doesn’t. The wagering requirement for anything you win from your free spins – which should hopefully be something rather than nothing, given that there are 100 of them – is saddled with an x35 wagering requirement. The maximum withdrawal from the bonus, in any event, is £100.
Barbados Casino offers a monthly cashback promotion, but we can’t work out if it’s any good or not. The promotion page warns that it only applies to “top-level loyal players,” so we’re guessing it’s off-limits to most players anyway. Players who have “Prestige,” “Premium,” or “Platinum” level membership are guaranteed to get cashback on the third Monday of every month, but no further information is given. The casino doesn’t suggest how someone might attain such a level or even whether any other levels exist. It also doesn’t say how much cashback is offered as a percentage. The information offered is far too vague to be useful.
Top Games at Barbados Casino
Barbados Casino has some fantastic slots in its “featured games” section. The problem – if you can list it as a problem – is that they’re the same games that get featured at dozens of Barbados Casino sister sites. If you came here from one of those other sites, you wouldn’t get a sense of the variety that exists in the full portfolio. Nevertheless, the top slots game at Barbados Casino is Play’n Go’s hard-boiled classic, Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead. Whoever curates the featured games sections of these casinos is a huge Play’n Go fan (and a fan of the Egyptian theme in general), as they’ve also included Secret of Dead, Doom of Dead, Book of Secrets, Pyramids of Dead and several more. It’s not even just the “of dead” slots either; Big Time Gaming’s Eye of Horus Megaways slot is also showcased on the homepage.
Customer Support and Licensing
You can speak to Barbados Casino via live chat, but you’ll have to click the “FAQ” link instead of the “contact us” link to locate the option. A portal for email enquiries can be found in the same place. Barbados Casino is listed on UK Gambling Commission licence no. 39483. It belongs to AG Communications Limited and has details of a fine, a warning, and extra licence conditions added to it following a review in 2022. During that review, the UK Gambling Commission determined that several of AG Communications’ white-label customers hadn’t implemented the anti-money laundering measures required by the licence. The fine came in at £237,600.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Barbados Casino is a little hazy about when money might turn up in your account after you ask for it. Every withdrawal method supported by the casino (other than bank transfers) could be instant, but long delays might also apply. For debit cards, that delay could be as long as six working days. The worst-case scenario for AstroPay, ecoPayz and Trustly transactions is four business days. PayPal, Skrill, MuchBetter and Neteller users should get money much faster, with a wait of no more than two days. If you were determined to use bank transfers, you’d be looking at a wait of 2-6 business days.
Final Thoughts on Barbados Casino
Barbados is bright, sunny and colourful. Barbados Casino is dark, drab, and a little depressing. We know the Barbadian way of life is laid back, but we’re not sure the casino should be emulating that by taking a devil-may-care attitude to the speed of its withdrawals or the terms and conditions of its cashback offer. Barbados Casino should tell us a lot more than it does, and that makes us a little nervous of it.
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