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Here’s an interesting fact about Jumpman Gaming Limited; the company is British, but it’s not from the UK. That’s a quirk of being based on the Channel Island of Guernsey. Despite its non-UK status, Jumpman is proud to be a British casino operator and has celebrated its status with several patriotic casino sites. You have plenty of options if you want to play at Kong Casino sister sites with British themes. We’d say Great Britain Casino is one of the better ones. The theme isn’t over-the-top – it’s just a hint of red, white and blue plus the presence of a regal crown – but it gets the job done. The wording of the Great Britain Casino homepage promotes the site as a live casino specialist, but in reality, it has the same limited platform of live dealer games as the rest of the Jumpman Gaming casinos.
Cheeky Casino is notable for its easy-on-the-eye art deco design, but that’s about all its notable for. We’re at a loss to explain what it is about Cheeky Casino that’s supposed to be cheeky. There isn’t so much as a hint of a joke anywhere on the site. There are far quirkier Kong Casino sister sites than this one – we’d venture that even the official casino of the Daily Star (Star Wins) offers more laughs than Cheeky Casino does. It’s one of a large number of template-based Jumpman Gaming casinos. Once you’ve seen a few Kong Casino sister sites, you’ll learn to spot the basic framework of the Jumpman Gaming template quickly. The casinos that don’t do much to dress the template up tend to be the weaker ones on the platform. Unfortunately, we have to say that Cheeky Casino is among that group.
Fortune Games is a step up from the two Kong Casino sister sites we’ve looked at thus far. The basic template has been ditched, and the theme is much richer. It’s an Irish theme, to be specific, and it’s far from the only casino on the Jumpman Gaming platform to make use of that theme. All that’s required to set the tone is plenty of green and the occasional four-leafed clover, and Fortune Games has plenty of both. Fortune Games also has something that the vast majority of Kong Casino sister sites aren’t able to offer – a no-deposit welcome promotion. If you’re new to Fortune Games, you can get twenty spins on the Irish Luck slot by Eyecon just by registering an account and then registering a debit card to go with it. It’s a shame that you’ll have to wager any winnings from those free spins x65 if you want to turn them into real money you can withdraw, but that same requirement exists at every Jumpman Gaming casino.
If Fortune Games is a design triumph, Daisy Slots is a bit of a design disaster. We never like to call a casino out too loudly for the way it’s dressed, but Daisy Slots looks more than a little amateurish. We understand that the only way to decorate a casino with a name like Daisy Slots is to cover it with daisies, but we feel like it could have been done in a more professional manner than we see on the Daisy Slots homepage, which is slapdash at best. The great shame about the second-rate looks of Daisy Slots is that they hide quite a big casino, with more than one thousand slots and games to choose from. It’s far from a given that you’ll find as many as one thousand slots at the average member of the Kong Casino sister sites family, so Daisy Slots has one of the network’s better portfolios – it just doesn’t do a great job of showing it off.
When do you do the majority of your casino gaming? If your answer to that is anything other than “in the evening,” you’re in the minority. Most people don’t play in the morning, and working hours are out of the question for most people of working age. There tend to be things to attend to around the house when people get home from work – not least eating – so by the time you’re ready to play casino games, the sun has gone down. That’s the whole idea behind Late Casino, which was designed and launched in 2019 for the night owls. Late Casino still claims to be a “brand new” casino launched in March 2019, so it’s fair to say that the website could use an update, but there are plenty of other Kong Casino sister sites we could say the same thing about.
This isn’t the official casino site of the US store chain Target. That might sound like an odd thing to say, but it’s worth making the distinction when so many of the Kong Casino sister sites are white-label products owned by real-world companies. If Target Slots really were the official casino site of the store, we suspect it would be a better casino than it actually is. We’ve already observed that the second-tier Jumpman Gaming casinos look a little basic, and Target Slots is a perfect illustration of that. The website is plain and sparse, with very little to look at and no discernible personality. It tries to make up for that with a big welcome bonus of (up to) one thousand per cent as a matched first deposit, but there’s no guaranteed way for new players to get their hands on that money.
New Spins isn’t a casino site full of brand new slots and casino games – although that would be a fine idea for a casino on the Jumpman Gaming platform, given how many of them offer us the same slots again and again. Instead, this is the official bingo and casino site of “New!” magazine, which deals in celebrity gossip. It’s not even the only representative of the casino gossip trade you’ll find among the Kong Casino sister sites – Jumpman Gaming also hosts the official casino site of OK Magazine, which is OK Bingo. The supply of bingo games on the New Spins homepage is reasonable, with eight rooms to choose from and the potential for seven-figure prizes. There are more bingo rooms than that at the site, but you’ll have to dive into the full games collection if you want to find them.
Kong Casino Information
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|Best Sister Sites
|Cheeky Casino, Great Britain Casino, Late Casino, Daisy Slots and Fortune Games
|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
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Kong Casino operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
If you read our review of Kong Casino, you’ll see us talk about how difficult it is for casinos to stand out from the crowd on this network. That’s got as much to do with the number of Kong Casino sister sites that exist as it does with the individual quality of those casino sites. There are, as of the time of writing, two hundred and forty casinos on this platform. That’s a massive number, and it’s likely to continue to grow in years to come. Most of that is down to the huge popularity of Jumpman’s white-label casino platform, which makes it possible for (almost) anybody who wants a casino site to have one made for them. Jumpman will even cover the new casino with its iGaming licence and provide back-office support – all the customer needs to do is pay for it. There are big-name clients on Jumpman’s books, including OK Magazine.
The relentless Jumpman Gaming Limited success story began in 2010 with the opening of the company’s head office in Guernsey, which is in the Channel Islands. With an average run-rate of twenty new casinos each year since then, it’s grown faster than any other UK-facing casino operator during that period. Jumpman might be small in terms of the number of offices it operates and the number of people that work for it, but it’s caught the industry’s eye and won multiple awards – too many, in fact, to list here. There are an estimated one million Jumpman Gaming customers if you take every player registered at every casino into account.
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A lot of the Kong Casino sister sites mitigate the value of their welcome promotions by making it possible for players to win a small prize (or, in some cases, no prize at all) rather than the top prize available. Kong Casino doesn’t believe in doing that. Instead of leaving players guessing, the casino offers a maximum matched deposit of £200 and backs it up with fifty free spins to play through on Big Bass Bonanza. Players have to deposit £100 as both their first and second deposit if they want to take full advantage of the offer. The drawback – and it’s a big one – is that the bonus funds are saddled with an x65 wagering requirement, as are any funds won via the free spins. We’re not sure why the spins couldn’t have been tied to a King Kong-themed slots game instead.
King Kong, or rather Kong Casino, has a “Mega Reel,” which is used to reward loyal players. You might have seen this system before if you’ve played at any of the Kong Casino sister sites. To claim a spin of the reel, find five Kong Casino trophies. Some of them are self-evident, but the information in your Kong Casino player account should help you find the rest. Every time you get another spin of the Mega Reel, you’ll win free spins. The neat thing about the promotion is that the more trophies you collect, the more spins you’ll be playing for when the Mega Reel appears. It’s possible to collect all 200 trophies and become a member of the Kong Casino 200 Club, winning an Amazon voucher in the process, but it takes a lot of time and spending. Kong Casino’s other promotions come and go regularly, so if you’re a bonus hunter, check the site’s promotions tab regularly to see what’s been added or removed.
Top Games at Kong Casino
We’d love to tell you that the top games at Kong Casino are all King Kong-related, but that seems to be too much to expect of whoever put Kong Casino together. Instead, the top slots game at the casino is Big Bass Bonanza. We suspect most players are familiar with this fishing-themed legend of a slot, which pays out winnings every time a fisherman symbol puts in an appearance on the same spin as one or more fish symbols. Several slots feature a similar mechanic and theme these days, but Reel Kingdom invented it in Fishin’ Frenzy and then popularised it in Big Bass Bonanza. Fishin’ Frenzy (or, at least, the Megaways version of it) is another featured game at Kong Casino, as is Big Bass Splash, which is the sequel to the original Big Bass Bonanza and invites players to go fishing with a bazooka.
Licensing and Customer Support
Kong Casino has the protection of a UK Gambling Commission licence (number 39175) thanks to being under the Jumpman Gaming umbrella. There’s also a chequered disciplinary history under that umbrella, as Jumpman found itself accused of failing to identify problem gambling and prevent money laundering in May 2022 and settled the matter for £500,000 rather than letting the UKGC investigation continue any further. If you find yourself in need of assistance at Kong Casino, your options are to either hope the FAQ has an answer for you or send an email to email@example.com. You could find yourself waiting two working days for a reply.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
King Kong, as all movie lovers know, lives on Skull Island. We’re guessing that’s where funds are sent from when players as for withdrawals, as otherwise we’re struggling to understand why they’re all subject to a three-day pending queue. Ideally, funds will clear immediately after those three days, but they might take up to 72 hours. The icons across the bottom of the Kong Casino homepage confirm the casino’s approved withdrawal methods – three e-wallet options in the shape of PayPal, Skrill and Neteller, plus withdrawals of Mastercard or Visa debit cards.
Final Thoughts on Kong Casino
Kong Casino is an iGaming site with a big theme, and that always helps when a site on the Jumpman Gaming network is trying to stand out from the substantial crowd. However, what really makes this casino stand out from the Kong Casino sister sites isn’t so much the theme as the guarantees offered by the welcome promotion. When you know what you’re getting when you spend your money, it’s easier to have confidence in a casino. We still don’t like the lack of customer support or the long withdrawal delays, though.
Kong Casino Sister Sites Player Reviews
Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about Kong Casino. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.
I’m disgusted with Kong Casino. I verified my account when I first opened it, then deposited £600. When I went to make my first withdrawal, I noticed another card had been added to my account, which wasn’t mine. Kong Casino will not allow me to withdraw anything from my account until I verify this card, which I obviously cannot do. They don’t reply to any of my emails.Heather, July 19th 2022. Source TrustPilot.
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