Sites like Campeon UK
Campeon UK sister sites 2023
Somewhere between the end of 2022 and the start of 2023, HeySpin went through some changes. The long-standing casino site got a new logo to reflect its expanded status as both a sportsbook and a casino, and with the new logo came a new colour scheme. Somehow, the reboot of the site has left it looking lesser than it did beforehand. At the core of the issue is the fact that the AG Communications Limited basic template has been used, which gives the casino a dated appearance even though it ought to look brand new. That’s a shame for HeySpin, which has some great gaming content to offer.
It’s usually a given that Campeon UK sister sites that have sports betting facilities are bigger deals than those that aren’t, but HeySpin could be the exception that proves the rule. The presence of the sportsbook can’t mask the fact that HeySpin looks tired or that its welcome promotion of £25 in matched deposit funds is insignificant compared to what the best sites on this platform can offer.
24Spin is a simple casino site that does a simple job. The idea behind it is that it’s a simple slots-orientated casino site that people can visit and play slots at twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week. If that was the casino’s mission, it’s succeeded. You could even argue that it’s gone beyond that on account of the dedicated live casino area of 24Spin that also exists. The issue is that it looks no different from well over a dozen other Campeon UK sister sites.
From an aesthetic perspective, 24Spin is almost a clone of HeySpin. You have to look very closely to realise that the sports section of HeySpin has been swapped out for a live casino section. Even the welcome promotion – a weak-sauce matched deposit offer with a £25 cap – is identical. You can play slots to your heart’s content on 24Spin, but you could play those same slots at one of the bigger casinos on the platform with better promotions.
After reading that two of the Campeon UK sister sites have new player offers worth only £25, you probably thought (or hoped) that welcome bonuses on the AG Communications platform couldn’t get any worse. Unfortunately, you thought wrong. The people behind Kaiser Slots decided that the best way to welcome new players to the site is to offer them a maximum matched deposit bonus of ten pounds plus ten free spins. It’s sometimes better not to have a welcome promotion at all if you can’t come up with a good one, and Kaiser Slots might want to think about that.
While it’s thinking about that, it could also think about its theme – or, rather, its lack of one. We think the word “Kaiser” is taken from the old German word for “Emperor,” which would explain the presence of a crown in the casino’s logo, but nothing further is done with the theme. Kaiser Slots offers +1000 games, but so does almost every other casino on this network.
Moving on to Mr Mega from Kaiser Slots is a massive step up. Traditionally, Mr Mega is seen as one of the best Campeon UK sister sites. It’s only in recent times that it’s started to slip from its pedestal. There are no issues with the amount of entertainment available at Mr Mega – it’s a veritable feast of iGaming content, including slots, real dealers in a live casino, and a sportsbook. You’ll certainly never get bored here if you’re looking for variety. Where Mr Mega lets itself down is with its limited promotions and its boring layout.
For Mr Mega to be one of the best AG Communications Limited casinos, it would need to do a lot better than a maximum of £50 as a welcome promotion. The lack of ongoing promotions also hurts the casino’s appeal, as does its template-based design. Casinos like Spin Rio, Regent Play and Plaza Royal stand out because they have unique designs. It’s high time that Mr Mega got one of its own.
Luckland manages to keep pace with the most popular Campeon UK casinos when it comes to player numbers, but we’re at a loss to explain how it does it. On paper, it shouldn’t be any bigger than HeySpin. It’s actually directly comparable to HeySpin because it uses the same layout, the same user interface, and the same range of betting options. Both sites pick the slots-based casino and the sportsbook from the range of options that AG Communications provides, choosing to omit the live casino.
Luckland does a slightly better job of making the AG Communications template look interesting (insofar as such a thing is possible) with its blue colour scheme, but the similarities between the sites are striking. Luckland does slightly better with promotions than HeySpin does, though – its welcome promotion is worth slightly more, and it generally has more promotions and bonuses to offer. That still doesn’t explain how the casino is managing to attract as many players as casinos like Mr Play, though.
Anyone who’s hoping to find a Tom & Jerry-inspired iGaming site at the Slot Jerry URL is in for a disappointment, but there’s definitely something cartoonish about the graphics on the Slot Jerry homepage. The casino’s logo wouldn’t look out of place in the opening credits of a children’s cartoon, and the orange and purple colour scheme is playful. The same old AG Communications template has been used yet again in the design of this casino, but these tiny touches help to bring it to life.
We’re a little confused, though, about the presence of a spaceship in the Slot Jerry promotional banner. We understand that it’s helping to promote free spins on Starburst as part of the casino’s welcome offer, but it seems out of place compared to everything else on the page. Slight theme improvements aside, this is another middle-of-the-road member of the Campeon UK sister sites family. There are probably far too many of them on the network.
Campeon UK Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||89|
|Best Sister Sites||24Spin, Heyspin, Luckland, Mr Mega and Kaiser Slots|
|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|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
Campeon UK operator – AG Communications Limited
Nobody would seriously argue that Campeon UK is one of the best AG Communications Limited casinos. Of the sixty-or-so casinos on the operator’s platform, sites like Mr Play, Regent Play, Spin Rio and Plaza Royal stand out from the crowd, but almost every other site (with a possible exception for Mr Mega) occupies a bloated middle ground. The flat pack approach to building casinos comes from the operator’s white-label casino business model. The company has multiple business partners who have paid the operator to make casino sites for them. Churning out so many casinos almost necessitates the use of a design template, and so AG Communications has developed one. There’s a plot twist, though; none of those white-label casino companies believe they’re working with AG Communications Limited. They think they’re working with Aspire Global – and they’re right.
AG Communications is Aspire Global masquerading as another casino network company. It’s a trading style created and adopted by Aspire Global in 2009 and then kitted out with a UK Gambling Commission licence so it could offer some of Aspire Global’s casinos to players in the UK. Aspire Global, which is based in Malta, has been active in the marketplace since 2005 and actually has far more casinos than the ones we’re allowed to access in the UK. It also has its own UK Gambling Commission licence but doesn’t currently use it to licence any casinos. We don’t know why. What we do know is that Aspire Global has a global reach, with employees and market access in fourteen iGaming territories.
Campeon UK review
Campeon UK Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
On a casino network where there are often few differences between casinos save for the welcome promotions that they offer, the offer at Campeon UK isn’t a good one. It’s a matched deposit promotion, offering a one hundred per cent match of first deposits up to a maximum of £25, plus twenty-five free spins on Starburst. A minimum deposit of £20 is required to qualify for the promotion, so if you’re going to do that, you might as well claim all £25. This offer is attached to a wagering requirement of x35, which also applies to anything won from the free spins.
We’re afraid it’s bad news when it comes to other promotions at Campeon UK – there aren’t any. You may occasionally see the casino list the tournaments that it hosts on the promotions page of its website, but it probably shouldn’t. The tournaments tend to be run by slots providers rather than the casino, and tournaments aren’t really promotions anyway, as there’s no way to be sure of winning anything from them. There are other Campeon UK sister sites that don’t offer ongoing promotions, but they tend not to be strong performers. We suspect the same is true of Campeon UK.
Top Games at Campeon UK
We have to rank Starburst as the top game at Campeon UK. It has to be by default because the free spins that come with the casino’s welcome promotion can only be redeemed on Starburst. NetEnt’s all-time-great slot, which is set in deep space, continues to excite players even after ten years online. Classics feature heavily in the top games section of Campeon UK, which is the same as the top games section you’ll find at plenty of Campeon UK sister sites. Wolf Gold is also listed, which was an award winner when it came out in 2018. Book of Dead by Play’n Go is actually listed first, though, followed by its sequel, Secret of Dead.
Licensing and Customer Support
Campeon is covered by AG Communications Limited’s UK Gambling Commission licence – number 39483. The licence has a penalty, a warning, and further conditions attached to it. The penalty is £237,600 and was imposed in November 2022 after AG Communications accepted the regulator’s charge that it didn’t carry out sufficient checks on some of its white-label business partners, thus failing to ensure anti-money laundering processes were adhered to. Campeon UK offers email support and live chat support to all customers. Contact options can be found in the casino’s FAQ.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Campeon UK isn’t exactly precise about withdrawal processing. It tells us that debit cards (all major UK debit cards are accepted) could possibly get money instantly but may also face a turnaround of six working days. A similarly vague window of between no days and four days applies to AstroPay or ecoPayz transactions, Trustly, or rapid transfers. Big-name e-wallets may do better, with PayPal, Skrill, MuchBetter and Neteller scheduled to receive funds in no more than two days.
Final Thoughts on Campeon UK
Campeon looks a little better than the average template-driven AG Communications Limited casino site, but that’s only because it has a fancy splash banner and a nice logo. Take those away, and you’re looking at the bare bones of an iGaming site that’s been cloned multiple times on this casino network. Campeon UK does a little to distinguish itself by offering virtual sports betting to go with its slots, table game and live casino options, but that’s not enough to lift it above the average level of the operator’s casinos. It would need better promotions for that – and a whole new look wouldn’t go amiss either if we’re honest.
Campeon UK Sister Sites Player Reviews
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