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Slots52 is a casino site that gets straight to the point. Most of the casinos on this network have a theme of some description, even if it’s a minimal one. Slots52 doesn’t have a theme at all. It also has one of the most inscrutable names of all the Isle of Wins sister sites – we have no idea what the “52” part of Slots52 means or even if it has any meaning at all. What we do know, though, is that Slots52 has one of the best welcome promotions on the Jumpman Gaming casino network. Depending on how lucky you are with the Slots52 welcome wheel when making your first three deposits at the site, it could be worth up to £6000 to you. There’s a catch, though, and it’s a big one. The total bonus fund has to be wagered x65 before anything can be withdrawn from it. That’s six figures of wagering before your bonus turns into real cash if you end up with £2000 or more.
Target Slots is another member of the Isle of Wins sister sites family that can boast of having a substantial welcome offer. Again, though, getting the best possible welcome offer from the casino is left to the hands of fate. Players have to make a deposit first, then spin a wheel of fortune to find out how big their deposit boost will be. In the best possible circumstances, it’s a 1000% boost, with an absolute cap of £2000 on bonus funds. The downside, again, is the unreasonably high wagering requirements attached to the bonus, which are the same at all of the Isle of Wins sister sites. Aside from that, Target Slots is a little lacking in character. This is a fairly generic, basic-looking casino site that doesn’t make a strong case for itself in terms of why people should play at Target Slots rather than any other Jumpman Gaming casino.
Simba Slots is not, strictly speaking, a casino that’s based on “The Lion King.” However, you might find yourself reminded of “The Lion King” when you’re playing at the site – and that’s not a coincidence. Not only is Simba the name of the (main) lion character in “The Lion King,” but the art style on display on the Simba Slots homepage is a dead match for the art style of the movie. Whoever designed the graphics at Simba Slots did an excellent job. On top of that, there’s even a small no-deposit free spins offer for all new players, which is something that very few of the other Isle of Wins sister sites can boast of having. It’s only twenty spins, and it doesn’t make much sense that the spins are attached to Fruit Party rather than something that’s a better match for the theme, but something is generally better than nothing.
A lot of the Isle of Wins sister sites are white-label casinos. Some of those white-label casinos are a bigger deal to the Jumpman Gaming Limited casino network than others. Star Wins is one of them. That’s because this is the official (and only) licensed iGaming site of the Daily Star, which describes itself as “Britain’s cheekiest newspaper.” It’s not wrong with that description – the content of the Daily Star is frequently outrageous – but it’s a shame that very little of the paper’s unique personality and sense of humour is apparent on the Star Wins site. It’s a surprisingly stale-looking casino site, and if it weren’t for the text below the “featured slots” section of the homepage explicitly confirming it as the Daily Star’s site, you might never realise. It’s not like the name “Star Wins” is a dead giveaway. The best thing about Star Wins is that it has the same big welcome promotion as Slots52 – but it also has the same drawbacks.
The factor that makes the biggest difference between the casinos on the Jumpman Gaming Platform is, in nine out of ten cases, the theme. You’ll rarely see differences between the games collections at Isle of Wins sister sites, and the main promotions tend to repeat across the network, even if they’re not exactly the same at every casino. All that leaves is themes, and so casinos with strong themes tend to outperform those without them. As a case in point, here’s Pirate Slots. The theme of the casino is simple but expertly executed. The way the ship’s wheel in the Pirate Slots logo rotates is a nice touch. If welcome promotions matter to you, Pirate Slots offers the same (possible) 1000% matched deposit bonus as Target Slots – but it looks a whole lot better doing it. We’d appreciate a few pirate-themed slots on the casino’s homepage, but we guess we can’t have everything.
We can’t imagine anyone else liking daisies as much as the person who designed Daisy Slots. They’ve gone totally overboard with the theme, using it in the logo, the background, the splash banners, and just about everywhere else on the casino’s website that they think they can get away with it. The net result is that Daisy Slots looks like a casino that was designed by a child, which is never the impression you want to give off. It’s a shame the theme looks so amateur because if you were to assess Daisy Slots based on its substance, you’d find that it has more casino games to offer than the majority of Isle of Wins sister sites. There are more than one thousand slots and games at this site. There are a few other Jumpman Gaming casinos that have as many, but only a tiny handful that has more.
What do you associate with fairgrounds? Big rides, perhaps? Candy floss? How about the colour purple? The latter one might sound unlikely, but someone at Jumpman Gaming apparently thinks fairgrounds are purple because everything at this casino is decked out in one shade of the colour or another. It’s an odd stylistic choice, but we think it might be a nod to Fluffy Favourites Fairground, which is an extremely popular online slots game by Eyecon. The background image of the fairground stretches and warps as you scroll up and down the casino’s homepage, which is a little nightmarish. The big draw at this casino is the presence (again) of a “welcome wheel” offering a shot at a 1000% matched deposit welcome promotion, but it’s not so much of a draw when you realise that it’s available at so many other Isle of Wins sister sites.
Isle of Wins Information
|Name||Isle of Wins|
|#No. of Sister Sites||240|
|Best Sister Sites||Target Slots, Slots52, Pirate Slots, Star Wins and Simba Slots|
|Owner/Operator||Jumpman Gaming Limited: Inchalla, Le Val, Alderney, GY9 3UL, Guernsey|
|Sister sites status||39 Active, 165 White Labels and 36 Inactive sister sites. 240 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39175|
|N/A – not on Twitter|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
Isle of Wins operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
Isle of Wins isn’t the only pirate-themed casino on the Jumpman Gaming platform. That’s not a huge surprise – there are very few casinos on this platform that are the only example of their type. With significantly more than two hundred Isle of Wins sister sites, it’s inevitable that Jumpman Gaming Limited will occasionally repeat theme or concept ideas. On top of that, the choice of which theme to use for a casino site isn’t always down to Jumpman Gaming; it’s down to whichever white-label partner has paid for the company to build a casino. They get to choose the theme and the look – all Jumpman Gaming does is provide the casino with games, licensing and back-office support.
The white-label casinos are the foundation of everything Jumpman Gaming Limited does. If those sites didn’t exist, it’s hard to see how the network could survive. Of the 240 (at the time of writing) casinos that Jumpman Gaming currently operates, just under 220 of them are white-label. That’s how appealing the company’s turnkey proposition is to literally hundreds of customers. Big-name customers or partners of Jumpman Gaming include (but are not limited to) OK Magazine, the Daily Record, the Daily Mirror and Who Wants To Be a Millionaire. Most of Jumpman’s customers, though, are private firms or private individuals who wish to remain anonymous. There’s nothing stopping anybody from getting a casino made by Jumpman so long as they have the desire and the money to make it happen. For a company that’s only been around since 2010, Jumpman’s rise to prominence has been astonishing.
Isle of Wins review
Isle of Wins Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
You’ll know from reading our section about the Isle of Wins sister sites that welcome bonuses tend to recur across this casino network, and they usually have a random reward generator at the heart of them. In the case of Isle of Wins itself, we have a “loot chest.” Players who join Isle of Wins and make a first deposit of minimum £10 get to empty the chest and find out what’s inside it. The best prize it could be hiding is five hundred free spins on the Starburst slot, but the chances are that you’ll end up with something smaller. If you win free spins, anything they produce will have to be wagered x65 before funds can be withdrawn.
You’ll never see the Loot Chest again after you’ve had the Isle of Wins welcome offer, but you’ll see plenty of the Jumpman Gaming Mega Reel, which is the mechanic at the heart of all the loyalty rewards at Isle of Wins sister sites. To get a spin of the Mega Reel, find five Isle of Wins trophies. Information in your player account will tell you where to look for them. Each time you spin the Mega Reel, you’ll win some free spins. Every time you locate and bag another five trophies, you’ll see the Mega Reel again, and it will have more free spins on it than the last time you saw it. It’s a simple, effective system – but it comes with the same absurd wagering requirements as the welcome promotion. Anyone who sticks with Isle of Wins for long enough to amass 200 trophies also gets an Amazon voucher. See the Isle of Wins promotions page for details of its smaller bonuses.
Top Games at Isle of Wins
There are plenty of games to play at Isle of Wins, but very little originality in the way they’re laid out, which is identical to the way they’re laid out at nearly all the Isle of Wins sister sites. The top game at the casino has to be Starburst by NetEnt by default because that’s the slot attached to the biggest of the promotions on offer at the casino. The veteran space-themed slot is over a decade old now, but that doesn’t hinder its appeal one iota. The first game you’ll see in the “featured slots” section will be a recent release (at the time of writing, it’s Gold Blitz by Fortune Factory Studios), after which you’ll see a “greatest hits” selection from the industry’s top providers. Expect to see 9 Masks of Fire, Big Bass Bonanza by Reel Kingdom, Blueprint Gaming’s Eye of Horus Megaways and plenty of other big hitters.
Licensing and Customer Support
Isle of Wins shares UK Gambling Commission licence 39175 with all of its sister sites under the Jumpman Gaming Limited umbrella. The operator was found to have failed in its duties regarding identifying problem gambling and preventing money laundering in 2022 and paid the UKGC £500K as a settlement in May of that year rather than risking a formal penalty. You’ll struggle for customer support at Isle of Wins – all you can do is email firstname.lastname@example.org and wait 48 business hours for someone to reply to you. If you’re lucky, the information you seek might be in the Isle of Wins FAQ.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
We congratulate Isle of Wins for sticking to its theme with payment processing because waiting to get paid out from Isle of Wins really does feel like waiting for a delivery to a remote island. All withdrawals requested from Isle of Wins are queued for three days while the casino assesses them. If they’re released after that, it could still take three days for cleared funds to reach you. Isle of Wins supports Neteller, Skrill and PayPal for e-wallet withdrawals or regular debit card withdrawals to Visa and Mastercard debit card accounts only.
Final Thoughts on Isle of Wins
Isle of Wins isn’t one of the more impressive Jumpman Gaming casinos. Its pirate theme is fun, but it’s outperformed in all departments by Pirate Slots. It’s got a mid-range welcome promotion and fails to highlight any games on its homepage other than those you’ll also see highlighted at every other mid-range member of the Jumpman Games Limited casino family. It takes a special casino to be able to overcome the drawbacks of being forced to offer slow withdrawals and sub-par customer support, and Isle of Wins isn’t special enough to do it.
Isle of Wins Sister Sites Player Reviews
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