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If you were to spend time cycling through all of the Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites on the Grace Media Limited casino network, you’d quickly notice that a lot of them look like Rich Ride. It’s obvious that the casinos were made with the aid of a template, so you can think of Rich Ride as an example of Grace Media’s “default look.” It’s a perfectly serviceable design, but it’s basic. Having said that, Rich Ride is a pretty basic casino, so perhaps it’s only fitting that it has a basic look.
This is a slots-focused casino with no room for the live dealer games that you’ll find at some of the other Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites. The homepage of Rich Ride is full of brand-new games and rising stars, but if you want something more familiar, like Starburst or Fluffy Favourites, you’ll find those slots plus plenty of other classics under the “welcome slots” tab. Don’t ask us why they’re called “welcome slots” – we have no idea.
Fruity Wins could and should be a throwback casino full of fantastic, traditional casino games. It tries to set such a tone on its homepage, with a background image of a fruit machine cabinet and plenty of fruit symbols used as decoration. Unfortunately, Fruity Wins has maintenance and presentation issues. The banner at the top of the homepage claims the welcome promotion is worth £500. When you visit the promotions page, you’ll find a different welcome promotion that could actually be worth £1000 in bonus funds. We’d love to believe that the higher figure is accurate, but we can’t be sure.
Some of the other promotions on the same page are supposed to have expired years ago based on the dates given, but they’re still listed. With problems like these, we feel players would likely be safer playing at the other Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites. These are simple maintenance issues, and the fact that maintenance obviously isn’t being done makes us wonder whether the operator sees Fruity Wins as a going concern.
You might have heard of Mayfair Casino. We’re not talking about this casino website – although you might have heard of that, too. We’re talking about Mayfair Casino in London, which is one of the capital’s most glamorous gaming destinations. It’s one of the most prestigious real-life casinos you’ll find in the UK, and this is its official website. It’s a feather in the cap of Grace Media Limited that Mayfair Casino is one of the Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites, which makes it all the harder to work out why the operator hasn’t updated it in years.
The layout and format of Mayfair Casino are dated when compared to Rich Ride despite how basic Rich Ride is. We know that Grace Media didn’t make Mayfair Casino – it was acquired from another provider – but the operator is still capable of revamping the casino and really ought to have done so by now. The longer it goes without doing so, the shabbier Mayfair Casino will look by comparison.
VIP Bet is arguably what Mayfair Casino should look like. Of all the Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites on Grace Media’s platform, this is the one that tries the hardest to attract VIP players with big budgets. We have to say it nails the look. The gold leaves around the VIP Bet logo make it look like a big deal, and all the visual trappings of a luxury casino are ticked off by the images on the homepage. Unfortunately, VIP Bet can’t quite pull off the “big-time casino” feel with its content.
You’ll find the same slots and games here as you’ll find at plenty of other Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites, so there’s no exclusivity there, and it doesn’t have the most attractive of the welcome promotions that exist on Grace Media’s platform. Some of the sites on this network give away as much as £500 in matched deposit bonuses to new players, but the best VIP Bet can offer is a one-time ten per cent cashback offer on losses.
Captain Wins is a fun casino site. It has the best of the games available to Grace Media and is presented with a really fun comic book theme. We’ve seen comic book-themed casinos before, of course, and we’ve even seen a few that use the “Captain” idea. Captain Spins by White Hat Gaming springs to mind immediately as an example. Captain Wins is capable of competing with that or any other cartoonish casino site, though, which makes it all the more of a shame that the casino is no longer available to players in the UK.
It’s one of the casualties of Grace Media’s big cull of 2022. Plenty of Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites were shut down that year, and others were pulled from the UK market. We presume that Grace Media had its reasons for the casinos it decided to switch to other markets, but withdrawing Captain Wins from the UK came as a surprise to us. Plenty of players in other markets still enjoy this casino; it’s a shame that we in the UK can’t.
Pretty much everything we just said about Captain Wins also applies to Jungle Spins. This is another one of the Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites which, for reasons best known to Grace Media Limited, can no longer be played and enjoyed in the UK. It’s another great shame, because there really aren’t that many great jungle-themed casino sites in the UK. We’ve seen a lot of casinos attempt to use the theme, but very few have ever gotten it right.
Jungle Spins meets the mark by using the same cartoonish approach that works so well at Captain Spins. Perhaps that aforementioned big cull that Grace Media had in 2022 was all about doing away with cartoonish casinos – who knows? Certainly not us. The only thing we know is that Jungle Spins is probably still a lot of fun for players who live in territories that have access to it. Perhaps the operator will have a change of heart and bring it back to us one day.
Lucky Ladies Bingo Information
|Name||Lucky Ladies Bingo|
|#No. of Sister Sites||121|
|Best Sister Sites||Fruity Wins, Rich Ride Casino, Captain Wins, VIP Bet and Mayfair Casino|
|Owner/Operator||Grace Media (Gibraltar) Limited: Suite 7, Hadfield House, Gibraltar, GX11 1AA,|
|Sister sites status||4 Active, 32 White Labels and 85 Inactive sister sites. 121 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 57869|
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Lucky Ladies Bingo operator – Grace Media (Gibraltar) Limited
Grace Media Limited has made a lot of waves for a company that’s only been involved in the iGaming industry for a few short years. It was incorporated in Manchester in 2019, but don’t let that fool you into thinking this is a company with no experience – the brains behind Grace Media have been involved in the industry for decades. Even with all that experience, they quickly reconsidered their decision to make the UK their base of operations. It’s far more tax efficient to operate an iGaming company from somewhere like Malta or Gibraltar than it is to do so from the UK, so Grace Media opened a new office there in 2022 and designated it as the company’s headquarters. That meant giving the company a new name – Grace Media (Gibraltar) Limited – and getting a new UK Gambling Commission licence. The original Manchester office remains open regardless.
Most casino operators make casino websites; it sort of goes with the territory. Grace Media only does so very rarely. Its business model so far has been based on acquiring casinos from elsewhere – usually from networks that have ceased trading or decided to pull out of the UK. With very few exceptions, most of the Grace Media casinos that are currently active began life with either ElectraWorks or Nektan. There are far fewer casinos on the network than there used to be, though – at the same time the company moved to Gibraltar, it also shut about eighty casinos down. Even some of those that avoided closure have become unavailable in the UK. There are now only about thirty UK-facing casinos left on the platform. We don’t know why Grace Media did this, but we assume those in charge of the company had their reasons.
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Lucky Ladies Bingo Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
This site offers slots, live casino games and bingo under one roof. Accordingly, it tries to give new players a little bit of everything with its welcome promotion. When joining Lucky Ladies Bingo, players can claim a £30 bingo bonus, one hundred free spins on Rainbow Riches (at 20p per spin) and “a week of free bingo,” delivered as access to a special “Newbie Bingo Room.” All of this is available for a first deposit of just £10. The wagering requirement of x40 on any winnings that come from the free spins is a bit stiff, though.
Lucky Ladies Bingo is a touch vague when it comes to ongoing or additional promotions at the site. Despite claiming to have “many more” promotions for both its casino games and bingo rooms, there were none other than the welcome promotion listed on the site’s promotions page at the time we visited it to write this review. There’s mention of the additional promotions being “seasonal” though, so perhaps we simply visited it at the wrong time of year. Ongoing promotions aren’t a strength at most Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites; Lucky Ladies Bingo itself appears to be no exception.
Top Games at Lucky Ladies Bingo
We could talk about the top slots at Lucky Ladies Bingo, which is an impressive collection, but we feel like that would be missing the point. This site is called “Lucky Ladies Bingo,” with an emphasis on the bingo. As such, let’s look at its bingo content. It may surprise you to find out that Lucky Ladies Bingo only has six bingo rooms, one of which is the “Newbie Room,” which is only open to players during their first week with the site. The top bingo game on offer is Bingo Blast, which comes from Pragmatic Play and can be thought of as a sped-up version of traditional 90-ball bingo. Two of the other rooms are also 90-ball bingo rooms – the Clockwork room and the Jackpot room. If you were hoping for something snappier with fewer balls, the other two rooms are 80s Boombox, which has eighty balls, a 1980s theme, and Stars and Stripes. That’s a 75-ball game which awards wins for creating patterns on your bingo card rather than filling it.
Customer Support and Licensing
When you log into Lucky Ladies Bingo, you’ll find that you have access to a live chat facility, which operates on a 24/7 basis. You can’t access live chat unless you’re logged in, though, so if you find yourself unable to log in, you’ll need to text the casino on 07458159505. UK Gambling Commission licence 57869, held by Grace Media (Gibraltar) Limited, covers all the iGaming activities at Lucky Ladies Bingo. The operator has no fines or other disciplinary actions on file with the regulator.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
You’ll find the same withdrawal options here as you’ll find at all the Lucky Ladies Bingo sister sites. There aren’t many of them. UK-registered debit cards are fine, you’re limited to MuchBetter or PayPal if you want to use an e-wallet, or you can use Trustly’s banking intermediary service. No method is better than any other when it comes to withdrawal speed – you’ll be waiting two business days as a minimum, but hopefully no more than five as a maximum. Many players will consider that too slow.
Final Thoughts on Lucky Ladies Bingo
The back end of Lucky Ladies Bingo has been given a revamp to bring it up to the standard of the rest of the Grace Media iGaming sites. The front end, however, has fallen badly behind the times. Its homepage is horribly dated, and its welcome promotion imposes higher wagering requirements than you’ll find anywhere else on the network. It feels a little like Grace Media has given up on renovating the site halfway through the process; it should come back and finish the job.
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There haven’t been enough reviews of Lucky Ladies Bingo posted on major review websites in the past twelve months for us to be able to bring you a balanced and fair picture of player feedback regarding the site. The casino used to attract more reviews, so its popularity may be declining. If new reviews appear, we’ll bring them to you here.