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Luckland would be a good name for a theme park. We wouldn’t be surprised to hear that a theme park with that name exists somewhere in the UK or Europe. It’s a less obvious name for a casino site, and yet here it is. It’s actually one of the most popular MillionPot sister sites, with hundreds (if not thousands) of visitors every day. If there’s a secret to the success of Luckland, it’s certainly not the iGaming site’s looks. It’s one of a couple of dozen AG Communications Limited casino sites made with the same easily-identifiable template, and the template is somewhat behind the times. Despite that disadvantage, Luckland has a full sportsbook to offer alongside its plethora of slots. It doesn’t have a live casino, but only the very best of the casinos on this platform tend to have the full suite of betting options. Luckland is good, but it’s not quite that good.
Luck appears to be a recurring theme with the MillionPot sister sites, and nothing says “luck” like a casino with an Irish theme. Luck has been associated with the Irish since the days of the California Gold Rush (a little history lesson for you there), but on casino sites, it’s generally represented by a green-and-white theme and a four-leaf clover. You’ll find both of those tropes at Casino Luck. You’ll also find a welcome promotion that pays out up to £100 and a few exclusive games, both of which are comparative rarities among AG Communications Limited casinos. The theme isn’t especially imaginative, but Casino Luck offers a decent package of slots, live casino games, and scratchcards. We can’t tell you whether or not it’s literally a lucky casino, though – the only way to find that out is to play here.
Trada Casino claims to be an award-winning casino site. We’re not about to call anybody involved in the running of Trada Casino a liar, but the site never specifies which award it won or when, and we can’t independently verify that it’s ever won any awards at all. There are a few award-winners among the MillionPot sister sites, though, and we have no reason not to take Trada Casino at its word and believe that such a thing happened. There’s something a little odd about Trada Casino, though, and that’s the fact that it promotes itself as having nine hundred great casino games to choose from. The standard allocation of slots and games for casinos on this platform is over one thousand. That means Trada Casino is either missing a few, or its homepage hasn’t been updated in quite some time. Neither of those possibilities reflects well on the site.
There are well over sixty active MillionPot sister sites, but there are two in the family that aren’t like the others. One of them, as you’ll likely have guessed, is Neptune Play. The other is Jambo Casino. What makes these casinos different is their ownership. Every other casino on the AG Communications platform operates on a white-label basis, with the involvement of a third-party entity. Neptune Play and Jambo Casino are entirely owned by AG Communications. If you think that means they’ll get special treatment, though, you’re sadly mistaken. Neptune Play is a slow-loading, dated-looking iGaming site with no unique appeal and a comparatively limited platform, offering only casino and live casino options. Stranger still is the fact that its promotions are listed in Euros rather than pounds. Is Neptune Play still interested in attracting UK players, or has it given up on the market?
Why play at Millionpot Casino when you could play at Billion Casino? It’s a question that’s worth asking, but we hate to be the bearers of bad news; Billion Casino can’t really make you a billionaire. That isn’t a specific dig at Billion Casino; none of the other MillionPot sister sites can make you a billionaire, either. It does make us wonder why the name was chosen, though. The theme of wealth runs through the whole casino, from the rich green colour scheme to the presence of a character who looks exactly like the “Monopoly Man” on its homepage. If Billion Casino were really serious about being a big-money casino site, though, it would do a lot better than offering just £50 as a matched deposit welcome promotion. That puts it comfortably below the best AG Communications iGaming sites in terms of promotional value.
After a run of MillionPot sister sites that aren’t exactly easy on the eye, Slotzo is a welcome relief. By not using the operator’s basic template and opting for a bespoke design instead, Slotzo stands out. There’s a lot of neon and chrome on the homepage of this casino, which we think is supposed to look like either a casino of the far future or the control room of a spaceship. Either way, it’s giving us definite science-fiction vibes. This is a slots-driven casino (the clue’s right there in the name), but in keeping with its futuristic appearance, it’s especially interested in brand-new slots. There’s a separate area of the Slotzo website for new slots, accessible by a single click from the homepage. Given the samey nature of the games and slots that end up being featured on the homepages of most casinos on this platform, the chance to see something different is a welcome relief.
If you’re going to use the standard AG Communications Limited template, the least you can do is try to dress it up and make it look like something better. Jaak Casino has managed to do that via a couple of simple tricks; it’s opted for a white background, and it’s introduced a deep red shade to its logo, which is replicated in the splash banner on the homepage. As a result, it looks classy rather than basic. What does the “Jaak” in “Jaak Casino” mean? We have no idea, but what we do know is that few MillionPot sister sites are as singular in their purpose as this one is. It doesn’t offer scratch cards, sports betting or live casino games – it’s all about slots, and you’ll find all the slots you’re looking for are right there in the middle of the homepage.
|#No. of Sister Sites||89|
|Best Sister Sites||Casino Luck, Luckland, Billion Casino, Neptune Play and Trada Casino|
|Owner/Operator||AG Communications Limited: High Street 135, Sliema, SLM 1548, Malta|
|Sister sites status||2 Active, 61 White Labels and 26 Inactive sister sites. 89 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39483|
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MillionPot operator – AG Communications Limited
It almost goes without saying that not all of the casinos on the AG Communications Limited network are smash hits. A lot of these sites have been around for well over a decade, and some of them haven’t seen much in the way of maintenance in all that time. While it’s tempting to blame AG Communications for that, it would be wrong to do so for two reasons. The first is that they’re white-label casinos, so the general state of their appearance is something that the operator’s white-label partners have control over. They could pay the operator to redesign the pages if they wanted to. The other reason why it makes no sense to blame AG Communications is that there’s really no such thing – the company is just Aspire Global wearing a mask.
AG Communications was created by Aspire Global in 2009 for the express purpose of holding a UK Gambling Commission licence for the casinos that Aspire Global wished to make available in the UK. Aspire Global, which is four years older than AG Communications, is based in Malta, and the UK isn’t the only market that it serves. It has access to an impressive fourteen territories and runs plenty of iGaming sites that UK players don’t currently have access to. The question of why it was necessary for the company to create AG Communications Limited when it has a perfectly good UKGC licence of its own is one that we’ve never been able to get to the bottom of.
MillionPot Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
If you can make sense of the clunky, broken layout of the MillionPot homepage, you’ll see that this casino’s welcome promotion is a matched first deposit, subject to a minimum deposit of £20 but capped at £25. It comes with twenty-five free spins to use on one of MillionPot’s top slots games but also comes with an x35 wagering requirement slapped on not only the tiny bonus pot but also any wins that may come from the bonus spins.
There aren’t any. We’re not sure why this casino is called MillionPot – a name that clearly implies there’s big money to be won here – when it has so little to offer players in terms of incentives. You might occasionally see tournaments touted as promotions at MillionPot, but there aren’t any formal promotions or bonuses save for the welcome offer – and the welcome offer is weak. If you’re looking for loyalty rewards from this casino, you’re barking up the wrong tree. One of the scrolling banners on the homepage mentions monthly cashback and bonus spins on Sunday, but there’s no information about this anywhere else on the site. We take this as further evidence that MillionPot is poorly maintained.
Top Games at MillionPot
The best iGaming sites on the AG Communications network have unique homepages full of games that you won’t see in the spotlight at other casinos in the family. MillionPot isn’t one of those sites, so it’s no great surprise to see that it offers the same games as dozens of its generic-looking siblings. The games always appear in the same order – Book of Dead (a Play’n Go classic) is always the first game in the collection, and Secret of the Dead (also by Play’n Go) always appears second. You’ll see very familiar slots and games like Starburst and Fire Joker in the top slots selection, too. Slots themed around Egypt or exploration seem to be very popular across all the MillionPot sister sites; Book of Secrets, Book of Itza and Legacy of Dead all get prominent spots, as do a couple of Pragmatic Play’s John Hunter slots.
Licensing and Customer Support
MillionPot Casino holds a UK Gambling Commission licence via its parent company, AG Communications Limited. The licence number is 39483, and it’s a little longer than your average UKGC licence. That’s because of the extra conditions that were attached to it after the operator accepted in 2022 that it hadn’t carried out sufficient vetting on some of its white-label casino partners and thus failed in its duties to prevent money laundering. The offence also brought the operator a fine of £237K and a formal warning. MillionPot customer support is accessible through live chat, with email support also available.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
MillionPot supports e-wallets, but some e-wallets receive withdrawals faster than others. Withdrawals made via PayPal are subject to a processing time of between 0 and 48 hours, for example, as are those made to e-wallets held with MuchBetter, Skrill and Neteller. It might take a little longer to get a withdrawal to an e-wallet with AstroPay or ecoPayz – perhaps up to four days. Trustly’s banking intermediary service, which was designed to make bank transfers faster, may also see a four-day wait. Debit cards could be even slower than that, with a possible six-day wait. That’s the same as the maximum wait for bank transfers. The casino doesn’t say why some payments are instant, and others take days.
Final Thoughts on MillionPot
The MillionPot website badly needs upgrades and repairs. Looking behind the times is one thing, but the way that objects on the homepage overlap with each other suggests that it’s broken. The outdated information about bonuses and promotions is almost as big a concern as the weakness of the single promotion that still exists. You’re likely to have a better time at one of the many MillionPot sister sites that have higher standards; Mr Play, for example.
Million Pot Casino Sister Sites Player Reviews
Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about MillionPot. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.
I’ve closed my account with MillionPot. I work in the industry, and I’m appalled by how this casino operates. The welcome promotion that it offers can’t be accessed. I’ve tried to speak to someone about this on live chat four times, and I’ve been cut off. Even when they assured me they’d fix it, they didn’t.Armel, December 12th 2022. Source Trustpilot.
MillionPot is a great casino. The games can sometimes be glitchy, but I’ve always found withdrawals arrive the day after I ask for them. It’s an easy site to navigate, too.”Golddigger,” December 6th 2022. Source – Trustpilot.
MillionPot is the worst casino by far. I know nobody can win all the time, but this casino basically steals your cash. Use a site that plays fair instead.Lee, December 3rd 2022. Source – Trustpilot.
I love MillionPot. The free bonuses it offers are great. It’s one of my favourite sites to play at.Mereana, October 11th 2022. Source – Trustpilot.
I’ve had a fantastic experience with MillionPot so far. It has exciting slots and a generous welcome offer. It’s all been smooth sailing to date, and I’ve managed to win some money from it.James, October 21st 2021. Source WhichBingo.