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Rainbow Spins is a great place to start with a list of Madam Riches sister sites because it looks so little like the others. Once you’ve seen a few Jumpman Gaming Limited casinos, you’ll realise that a good proportion of them were put together using the operator’s fairly generic casino template. That makes it easier for those that weren’t to stand out, and Rainbow Spins is the perfect example. This Irish-themed site looks fantastic, with the rolling green hills of the Emerald Isle disappearing into the background and brightly-coloured rainbows in the foreground, aping the style of the Rainbow Riches slots. Another good thing about Rainbow Spins is that its welcome promotions are guaranteed rather than being awarded at random, but the catch is that players have to make four deposits to take full advantage of them. If you go to Rainbow Spins directly from Madam Riches, you’ll likely see it as an upgrade.
The headquarters of Jumpman Gaming Limited can be found on the island of Guernsey, which is one of the Channel Islands. That means the company doesn’t belong to the UK but can still call itself British. It’s proud of that fact, so it’s given us several patriotic British-themed Madam Riches sister sites. Each of them has a slightly different style, but Britain Play is the most elegant and refined of them. The 2D animated depiction of the London skyline in the background is striking, and the casino looks sophisticated. This is, of course, all window dressing – Britain Play doesn’t actually offer players anything they won’t find at ninety per cent of the other casinos on Jumpman’s platform – but looking good is one of the only ways that the Madam Riches sister sites can set themselves apart, so those that do it tend to attract more players than those that don’t.
Speaking of casinos that look good and have distinctive themes, here’s Slots Baby – a casino that places emphasis on the word “baby” and pronounces the word in the style of Austin Powers. That should be enough to tell you that Slots Baby is an iGaming site that takes its cues from the Swinging Sixties, with a touch of 1970s influence on show, too. The colours are psychedelic, the glitter ball sparkles, and the fonts are decidedly retro. The great thing about Slots Baby is that, unlike Britain Play, there’s more to this theme than just window dressing. Slots Baby has a unique “top slots” section above the “featured slots” that you’ll find at all the other Madam Riches sister sites, and in that “top slots” section, you’ll find five hand-picked games that the owners of the casino think you’ll enjoy. One is Dance Party. Another is Vinyl Countdown. They’re picks that match the theme, so they ought to go down well with players attracted by it.
There’s a lion in the logo of Simba Slots. If you watched Disney films while you were growing up – or if you’re a little older and you watched them with your children – you can probably think of a famous lion called “Simba.” He was the lead character in “The Lion King,” and that’s the animated movie that Simba Slots borrows its entire aesthetic from. You won’t see Simba himself for legal reasons, but you could easily picture him living on the savanna depicted in the background of the Simba Slots homepage. If you’re on the fence about whether to spend money at Simba Slots or not, you can claim twenty free spins on one of the casino’s most popular slots (Fruit Party) just by signing up and registering a debit card. You probably won’t be able to keep any of the money you win from the promotion because of the x65 wagering requirement associated with the promotion, but it’ll give you a taste of what Simba Spins has to offer.
Listing Aladdin Slots straight after Simba Slots means we have two Disney-inspired Madam Riches sister sites in a row. Without wanting to disparage Aladdin Slots, we suspect that ninety-nine casino fans out of one hundred would rather play at Simba Slots than Aladdin Slots. That doesn’t have much to do with the games portfolio, which is roughly the same in both places – it’s all about the decor. Simba Slots looks vibrant, authentic, and exciting. Aladdin Slots looks dull, washed-out and old. We understand not wanting to plaster a blue genie all over the homepage because of the risk of being sued, but whoever designed Aladdin Slots could at least have chosen a less muted colour palette. Even the no-deposit free spins welcome promotion is weaker, with only ten free spins on Diamond Strike available at Aladdin Slots compared to the twenty spins on Fruit Party up for grabs at Simba Slots.
The existence of Wild West Wins is proof that the people who design the Madam Riches sister sites look far and wide in search of inspiration. The last two Jumpman Gaming casinos we looked at were inspired by famous Disney movies. Wild West Wins was inspired by a famous video game. It’s Read Dead Redemption (or perhaps Red Dead Redemption 2), which we suspect most of you will have heard of even if you’ve never owned a PlayStation in your life. Like the last two Madam Riches sister sites we’ve looked at, Wild West Wins has a small no-deposit free spins promotion on offer to entice new players. Appropriately for the theme, the slots game that’s been chosen at Wild West Wins is Cowboys Gold by Pragmatic Play, on which newcomers can get twenty bonus spins when they register a debit card with the casino. The same wagering restrictions still apply.
The word “hyper” can mean a few different things, but it usually means “energetic,” as in “hyperactive.” Whoever put Hyper Slots together was certainly feeling hyperactive when they got their hands on the colour palette because there are bright colours everywhere, including a different colour for each letter in the Hyper Slots logo. The design of the site reminds us a little of old 8-Bit video games on the original Nintendo Entertainment System, which we think might be a deliberate design choice. Hyper Slots is a touch more basic than the last few Madam Riches sister sites we’ve looked at, falling back on the standard Jumpman Gaming template to provide the foundations of its design, and it lacks the no-deposit free spins that you’ll find at the most enticing casinos in the family. That places it a rung or two below them, no matter how pretty it looks.
Madam Riches Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||240|
|Best Sister Sites||Britain Play, Rainbow Spins, Aladdin Slots, Simba Slots and Slots Baby|
|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|
Madam Riches operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
Madam Riches is just one of well over two hundred casinos and iGaming sites on the enormous Jumpman Gaming Limited platform, which was established in 2010 when the company opened the doors of its head office in Guernsey. If you’re a maths whiz, you’ve probably immediately realised that reaching two-hundred-plus casinos between now and then means a constant run rate of about twenty new casinos per year. You’re not wrong, but don’t make the mistake of thinking that Jumpman Gaming designed and built every single one of those Madam Riches sister sites. It built a lot of them, but some have been purchased or rescued from casino networks that no longer operate in the UK. A good number of Jumpman’s current range of casinos used to belong to Nektan.
Jumpman doesn’t often keep the casinos it builds entirely under its own roof. It prefers to work with third-party white-label clients to build casinos to their specifications and then hand them over while providing licensing and back-office support on an ongoing basis. It’s attracted some big-name customers with this proposition, including glossy publications like OK Magazine and TV shows like “Who Wants To Be a Millionaire.” What Jumpman Gaming managed to achieve in the first decade of its existence is almost unmatched in terms of the UK scene. Who knows how big it will have grown by the time 2030 comes along? By that point, it might have become as big a deal in terms of developing games as it is in terms of providing places to play them – its internal studio, Jumpman Slots, will see to that.
Madam Riches review
Madam Riches Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
The welcome offer at Madam Riches is identical to the welcome offer at about half of the Madam Riches sister sites. It’s presented as a “Mega Reel,” which new players can spin to find out which of the various welcome gifts on offer they’ll receive. It costs £10 (as a first deposit) to spin the reel after registering an account, and in return for that, players could get as many as 500 free or bonus spins on Starburst, which is one of the most popular online slots games of all time. They could also receive as few as ten free spins on a different slots game instead, but Madam Riches would rather you didn’t think about that. Regardless of how many spins you win, you’ll have to wager any proceeds from them x65 before withdrawals can be made.
We all know the old adage about what you should do if you don’t succeed at first. That’s how Madam Riches feels about the Mega Reel. You’ll get up to forty chances to spin it again as you play through the casino’s various games, dished out at a rate of one Mega Reel spin per five trophies collected. Keep an eye on the notifications in your account for ideas about where trophies might be, but completing challenges or playing new games is usually the easiest way to grab them. The number of spins up for grabs on the Mega Reel increases a little each time another five trophies are landed. Once you’ve had your fortieth spin, you’ll have collected two hundred trophies, thus becoming a lifetime member of the Madam Riches 200 Club and getting an Amazon voucher in recognition of your efforts. Madam Riches also offers plenty of other perks, but she chops and changes them so often that listing them here would be futile.
Top Games at Madam Riches
Either the homepage of Madam Riches is badly out of date, or this casino has fewer games to offer than most others on the Jumpman Gaming network. It claims to have around 350 – less than half of what the leading Madam Riches sister sites can offer. Of those that it has, the “top game” has to be Starburst because that’s the slot that the biggest of the welcome promotions is attached to NetEnt’s veteran space-themed slot has been a solid favourite with players for a decade now, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. Of the other games on the homepage, the only titles you may not have come across before are the cash-themed Pile ‘Em Up and the Egypt-themed Luxor Gold: Hold and Win. Everything else on the homepage is a familiar title, from Fluffy Favourites to Sweet Bonanza.
Licensing and Customer Support
Madam Riches is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 39175 because it’s a Jumpman Gaming casino. The same licence covers all the Madam Riches sister sites, too. Jumpman had a run-in with the regulator in May 2022 when it was accused of failing in its obligations to prevent money laundering and protect vulnerable players. Ultimately, the operator chose to settle for £500K rather than risk a formal financial penalty and more serious sanctions. Customer support is available via email at email@example.com but waits for responses can be long, so the casino’s FAQ may be more useful.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Madam Riches supports withdrawals to either e-wallets or debit cards. The obvious UK debit cards are all accepted, but only three e-wallets are supported, namely PayPal plus Neteller and Skrill. Every withdrawal request enters a 72-hour “pending” state while the casino considers it, after which funds will take a further day or three to clear.
Final Thoughts on Madam Riches
The “showgirl” theme of Madam Riches looks good and attracts attention, but that’s the only strong positive we can give for this casino. It’s obvious from the text on the homepage that the site hasn’t had any major updates since it launched in 2018, and if it’s right about how many slots and games it offers, you’ll find far more range and depth in the archives of almost all the Madam Riches sister sites.
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