Jungle Reels sister sites

Jungle Reels sister sites

Jungle Reels sister sites include Barbados Bingo, Lucky Clover Spins, Dove Slots and Bezy Casino. Jungle Reels sister sites are operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited, licence number 39175 which operates 240 sister sites in total.

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We’ve chosen these Jungle Reels sister sites at random to give you a taste of what exists on the Jumpman Gaming Limited casino network. If you’d rather see a full list of Jungle Reels sister sites, you’ll find one at the very bottom of this page. An interesting thing about our random selection is that it includes several Jumpman Gaming sister sites that focus on bingo – or, at least, it looks like it does. The reality is quite different, as bingo sites on this platform aren’t always what they appear to be. Barbados Bingo is an exception to that. If you come to this paradise-themed iGaming site in search of bingo, you’ll find eight rooms waiting for you right in the middle of the homepage. The most theme-appropriate of them is Beachball Blast, but there’s also short-form bingo in the form of the Zoom Room and the 30-ball games inside it.

Lucky Clover Spins logo

One thing you can be sure of when you go looking through the archives of a large casino operator is that you’ll find an Irish-themed site. Jumpman Gaming Limited is one of the largest casino operators of them all, with over 200 casino sites under its umbrella, so there are several options among the Jungle Reels sister sites if the Irish theme is your jig. However, not all of them are of the same quality. Rainbow Spins is arguably at the top of the tree, but Lucky Clover Spins isn’t far behind. The theme at this casino is deep, with a rich green background and bells, horseshoes and lucky clovers printed across it. Every new player at Lucky Clover Spins can claim ten free spins on the (Irish-themed, obviously) Irish Pot Luck slot, although if they get a win from the freebie, they’ll have to wager it x65 before it becomes withdrawable cash.

Dove Slots logo

There’s more than one casino among the Jungle Reels sister sites for dove enthusiasts (and there must be some of you out there, or people wouldn’t keep making dove-themed casinos), but we’ll talk more about that in a moment because we have another one of them on the list. This is Dove Slots, and it has a solid welcome promotion for players who don’t like being given random rewards when they sign up for a casino and make their first deposit. Newcomers to Dove Slots can claim a guaranteed £300 matched deposit bonus plus one hundred bonus spins when they make their first two deposits. The bonuses are split evenly across them. The downside – and there’s always a downside – is that free spins winnings and bonus funds are tied to the same x65 wagering requirement we just lamented at Lucky Clover Spins.

Bezy Casino logo

We can’t work out what Bezy Casino – which prefers to go by the shorter, simpler name of Bezy and can be found at bezy.co.uk – is supposed to be. It’s obviously a casino, but its theme has us confused. The graphics on the Bezy homepage are cartoonish in a retro way and make the site look like a fun frolic. The text on the homepage, on the other hand, is as formal as formal can be and sends a totally different message than the imagery. We can’t judge Bezy on its theme because either it doesn’t have one or we don’t understand it, so we’ll instead judge it on the quality of its games portfolio. Unfortunately for Bezy, that’s where it struggles a little. The lower-tier Jungle Reels sister sites offer 350(ish) games. The mid-range ones have about five hundred to offer, and then there are around one thousand at the good sides and fifteen hundred at the very best. Bezy only has around five hundred, so that tells you where it ranks on the Jumpman Gaming network.

Bingo Port logo

Bingo Port is exactly the type of Jumpman Gaming bingo site we had in mind when we decried the existence of a few of them while discussing Barbados Bingo. Not only is Bingo Port a lacklustre bingo site, but it’s also a lacklustre site by every possible measure. It looks to us like this site hasn’t been updated by Jumpman Gaming, the operator’s white-label business partners, or anybody else for a very long time. There are quite a few Jungle Reels sister sites that look like they could use a fresh coat of paint, but Bingo Port looks like it could use an entire facelift. It’s unusual for the operator to allow its casinos to enter such a deep state of decay, and the fact that Bingo Port is in such a sorry state makes us wonder whether it has a long-term future on the platform at all. Needless to say, we don’t recommend playing here or spending any of your money at this casino.

Giant Wins logo

Giant Wins is a big, flashy iGaming site. From its name, you’d expect it to be nothing less. However, Giant Wins isn’t quite capable of putting its money where its mouth is. The name of a casino sets the expectations for the site, and a name like “Giant Wins” tells players that everything ought to be bigger here. If you were to visit Giant Wins with that mindset, you’d end up disappointed. We’re not debating that five hundred free spins are a lot of free spins, but you have just as much chance of winning five hundred free spins at Giant Wins as you do at a dozen or more Jungle Reels sister sites. Equally, one thousand casino games are obviously a lot of casino games, but there are Jumpman Gaming casinos that have just as many games and a few that even have more. Giant Wins amps up its decorations when compared to the average site on this network but doesn’t amp up its content enough to back the claim.

Dove Bingo logo

We promised you more than one dove-themed casino site in this list of Jungle Reels sister sites, and so here we are with Dove Bingo. If you’re interested in playing at Dove Bingo because you like Jumpman Gaming’s bingo rooms, lower your expectations. Casting your eye over the featured games selection at Dove Bingo reveals that there aren’t any bingo rooms there to enter. There isn’t even a menu tab to take you to any bingo games. Instead, the selection of games at Dove Bingo looks remarkably similar to the selection of games at Dove Slots – so much so that we find ourselves asking what the point of having two casinos so similar on the same platform is. If you were faced with a straight-up pick between Dove Bingo and Dove Slots, you’d probably opt for Dove Slots purely because it has better graphics. However, both casinos come off looking second best to Dove Casino.

Jungle Reels Information

Name Jungle Reels
URL junglereels.com
#No. of Sister Sites 240
Best Sister Sites Lucky Clover Spins, Barbados Bingo, Bingo Port, Bezy Casino and Dove 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
Support Email support@junglereels.com
Twitter N/A – not on Twitter
Facebook Jungle Reels Facebook page

Jungle Reels operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited

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There are well over a dozen casinos that look like Jungle Reels on the Jumpman Gaming Limited platform. Having said that, there are well over a dozen casinos on this platform that look like any of the Jungle Reels sister sites, too. That’s inevitable when you have more than two hundred casinos on your platform. The operator’s involvement with most of them is limited to hosting, game supply and licensing. That’s all down to the Jumpman Gaming Limited white-label platform, which is one of the most popular available in the UK. Countless big-name businesses have entrusted Jumpman Gaming with their official casino sites, with OK Magazine being one of the most glamorous and the Daily Mirror probably the biggest overall. Jumpman’s reputation across the iGaming industry is excellent – or, at least, it was until the company had its run-in with the regulator in 2022.

Jumpman Gaming Limited has been building and then launching casino websites since 2010. At first, it was slow and methodical. It released precisely six between 2010 and 2012 – all of which were bingo-only sites – but then introduced its white-label service and began to snowball. There have been years in which Jumpman has added twenty or more casinos to its UKGC licence. No other casino operator can claim to have been quite so active within the same window of time. For a Guernsey-based business with only around thirty people working in its head office, it’s an impressive track record. It’s understood that there are more than one million players registered across the entire Jumpman network.

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Jungle Reels Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses

There’s a little variety across the Jungle Reels sister sites range when it comes to welcome promotions, but Jungle Reels itself uses the most generic promotion on the whole platform – the Jumpman Gaming Mega Reel. Opening a new Jungle Reels account and depositing £10 earns new players precisely one spin of the Mega Reel, which could deliver you 500 free spins on NetEnt’s Starburst but could just as easily land you ten free spins on Fluffy Favourites by Eyecon. No matter how many spins you end up with, you’ll still have to wager your winnings x65. For that reason, you might prefer winning a £10 Amazon voucher instead.

Other Promotions

The Mega Reel is the gift that keeps giving at Jungle Reels – and we mean that quite literally. Players get to spin it again each time they collect five Jungle Reels trophies. If you’re not sure where to find trophies at this casino, you’ll find all the information you need inside your player account. The maximum number of free spins that can be won for your trophies will increase slightly each time you grab another five of them. The end goal at Jungle Reels is to collect two hundred trophies and join the casino’s 200 Club, for which an Amazon voucher is awarded. Jungle Reels has plenty of additional promotions, but they change so often that the safest way to find out about them is to read the site’s promotions page each time you visit.

Top Games at Jungle Reels

Starburst is the top game at Jungle Reels. When a casino offers up to five hundred free spins on a slots game, that game has to be considered the best that the casino has to offer, so Starburst gets the number one spot by default. It’s not a bad choice for the position, as the NetEnt classic is thought of as one of the greatest of all time. The other featured games at Jungle Reels will look very familiar to anybody who’s played at one of the Jungle Reels sister sites before, as it’s the same grid of slots arranged in (mostly) the same order. That’s good news if you’re a fan of fishing-themed casino games, though, as you’ll find no fewer than three variations of Reel Kingdom’s Big Bass Bonanza plus two versions of Fishin’ Frenzy to go with them.

Licensing and Customer Support

Every Jumpman Gaming Limited casino is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 39175, and Jungle Reels is no exception. The licence isn’t a clean one, though – there’s a £500K settlement recorded on it after the UKGC accused Jumpman Gaming of not doing enough to weed out potential problem gambling and money laundering activity, and Jumpman chose to settle rather than proceed further with the case. Emailing support@junglereels.com is the only way to get any assistance at Jungle Reels other than reading the FAQ, which only deals with generic queries.

Withdrawal Speed and Support

Withdrawals are presumably despatched from deep inside a real jungle when you ask for one from Jungle Reels, as they travel very slowly. First off, there’s a three-day wait while the request undergoes pending checks. When that’s over, you’re looking at up to 72 hours to receive cleared funds into your chosen e-wallet or bank account. You’ll need a Visa or Mastercard debit card to get a bank withdrawal or a PayPal, Neteller or Skrill e-wallet.

Final Thoughts on Jungle Reels

This is the most basic of basic Jumpman Gaming Limited sites. It’s recently gone through a visual overhaul, so it looks a little sharper than it used to, but the jungle theme is still weakly applied, and there’s nothing that makes this casino stand out from the Jungle Reels sister sites. In any event, the wait for withdrawals is far too long, and the wagering requirements on bonus money are way too high to be considered reasonable.

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