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Nobody could deny that Zeus Bingo is a good-looking casino site. It’s got a big, dramatic backdrop of Mount Olympus in the background, with lightning striking the temple on the summit. The theme is well-planned and well-executed, and the offer of twenty no-deposit free spins on Gems Bonanza as a welcome bonus is appreciated. What we have to deny, though, is that Zeus Bingo is a bingo site. Bingo sites don’t tend to offer free spins on slots as a welcome promotion or showcase more than twenty other slots on their homepages. Zeus Bingo does both of those things. This is a phenomenon that’s peculiar to the Jumpman Gaming Limited casino family, and you’ll see it at other OK Bingo sister sites. Zeus Bingo is a perfectly fine choice of casino if you’re looking to play slots – just don’t make the mistake of going there in search of what it sounds like it ought to do based on its name.
Remember everything we just said about Zeus Bingo? Well, we’re going to say it again about OK Bingo – with a small caveat. Lucky Cow Bingo is a little bit more like a bingo site than Zeus Bingo is, but only because there’s a tiny button on the homepage which takes us directly to the few bingo games that Lucky Cow Bingo has to offer. Searching for OK Bingo sister sites that actually offer bingo is easier said than done, which is likely to be especially frustrating if your favourite thing about OK Bingo is the various bingo rooms that it offers. Lucky Bingo is no match for OK Bingo in terms of design quality and lags behind Zeus Bingo in that category too, but the presence of a blissfully happy-looking man wearing a low-quality cow costume on the casino’s homepage at least gives it a spark of personality.
When you see the name “Madam Riches,” you probably picture a casino themed around the idea of a fortune teller. It would be a fair assumption, as there are plenty of casinos out there that use the theme. However, there aren’t any fortune teller-themed casinos among the OK Bingo sister sites. That’s not what OK Bingo is about. The eponymous Madam Riches is, instead, a dancer and a showgirl. She’s front and centre in the middle of the Madam Riches homepage, with a feather plume in her hair and a pack of cards in her hand. We guess she’s multitasking. There’s nothing massively wrong with Madam Riches, but it’s a casino that’s fallen badly behind the times despite not being all that old. It launched in 2018 but hasn’t received any updates to the contents of its homepage since then, and its tally of 350 games has been comfortably surpassed by the vast majority of Jumpman Gaming’s casinos.
More than ten years ago, Microgaming released a vampire-themed slots game called Immortal Romance. Nobody had ever seen anything like it before. It was the first of a new breed of casino games driven by characters, where the choices made by players affected gameplay. Immortal Romance is a little long in the (vampire) tooth now, but it’s still a game that’s loved by millions – and that’s why Immortal Wins exists. This member of the OK Bingo sister sites family is wholly inspired by Immortal Romance and even offers new players twenty no-deposit free spins on it when they sign up. Up to five hundred more spins on the same slots game can be won by those who play through the no-deposit bonus and then decide they’d like to stick around and make a deposit. Other supernatural-themed slots highlighted on the Immortal Wins homepage include Vlad’s Castle and Curse of the Werewolf Megaways.
If you’re looking for OK Bingo sister sites, New Spins is the most obvious place to go. It’s a casino site that draws inspiration from a very similar place. Just as OK Bingo is the official bingo and casino site of OK Magazine, New Spins is the official bingo and casino site of “New!” Magazine. It might not be as widely read as OK Magazine, but it covers the same kind of celebrity tittle-tattle and is full of similar glossy photographs. That’s the magazine we’re talking about, not the iGaming site. There are similarities between the sites, too, though – not least in the way that all the bingo games listed on their homepages are identical. The welcome promotion at New Spins isn’t quite as (potentially) generous as that of OK Bingo as it’s limited to five hundred free spins on Fluffy Favourites as a top prize, but aside from that, it’s almost the same casino with a different logo and a different colour scheme.
We’ve already spoken about Immortal Wins, so we’ve already discussed the idea that Jumpman Gaming Limited sometimes bases entire casino sites around individual casino games. There are several other examples of that within the OK Bingo sister sites family, but perhaps none so notable as those that take their cues from Fluffy Favourites. Eyecon, the Australian slots and casino game developer, broke the mould when it made the first Fluffy Favourites slots game around a decade ago and hasn’t looked back since. The stuffed toy-themed slots are among the most popular on the UK market, and you’ll find them all at Fluffy Spins. It’s easy to see that all the graphics at Fluffy Spins are “inspired by” the graphics of Fluffy Favourites, but this is not – for our money, at least – the best Fluffy Favourites-inspired casino on the Jumpman Gaming platform. We’d reserve that honour for Fluffy Wins.
Daisy Slots is a step down in quality from the other OK Bingo sister sites we’ve looked at on this list so far, but that’s mostly a visual thing. The broad, sweeping similarities between the majority of Jumpman Gaming’s casino and bingo sites mean that graphics matter. If you can play most of the same games at all of the casinos and receive broadly similar promotions and bonuses while doing so, why wouldn’t you stick to the casinos that look the best? That’s where Daisy Slots falls down. “Daisies” was always a strange idea for a casino theme, and the amateurish two-dimensional daisies splattered all over the backdrop of Daisy Slots don’t make it look like the most professional place to come and play casino games. That’s a shame because, with more than one thousand slots and games to offer, there’s more action at Daisy Slots than you’ll find at quite a few of the other OK Bingo sister sites.
OK Bingo Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||240|
|Best Sister Sites||Lucky Cow Bingo, Zeus Bingo, New Spins, Immortal Wins and Madam Riches|
|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|
|OK Bingo Facebook page|
OK Bingo operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
OK Bingo is one of several “celebrity” brands on the Jumpman Gaming Limited casino, bingo and iGaming platform. Quite a few of the OK Bingo sister sites also have connections to brands you’ll likely be familiar with. We’ve already mentioned New Spins when we sampled a selection of OK Bingo sister sites earlier, but there’s also Express Wins, Star Wins and Mirror Bingo, which are the official iGaming sites of the Daily Express, the Daily Star, and the Daily Mirror respectively. It’s neither a coincidence nor an accident that all of these brands ended up on the Jumpman Gaming platform; regardless of the raw deal the company offers to players in terms of customer service and wagering requirements, the operator is highly respected among industry professionals.
All of the big-name brands we’ve mentioned so far are paying customers of Jumpman Gaming Limited’s white-label casino platform, which has dozens of customers. Of the 240 or so OK Bingo sister sites that currently exist, fewer than thirty are directly owned and operated by Jumpman Gaming. The rest are all white-label products, for which Jumpman provides licensing and back-office support but doesn’t have overall responsibility. This light-touch approach is a big part of the reason why the company has been able to build and launch so many casinos since opening in Guernsey in 2010. It also explains how a company with so few employees – fewer than thirty, if sources are correct – can maintain control over such a massive number of casino sites.
OK Bingo review
OK Bingo Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
The Jumpman Gaming casino sites that have connections to well-known, real-world brands tend to offer better promotions than those than don’t. OK Bingo is evidence of that. When you join OK Bingo, you’ll be invited to make a deposit. That deposit can be any size you like, but it must be a minimum of £10 to trigger a spin of the OK Bingo welcome wheel. Spinning the wheel determines how much your deposit is boosted by. At best, that could be one thousand per cent, subject to a maximum bonus fund of £2000. At worst, it could be a boost of zero, which feels harsh. Whatever boost and bonus you end up with, wagering requirements are x65, which is too high to be considered reasonable.
Whether or not the OK Bingo wheel of fortune is good to you the first time you see it, you’ll be seeing it again. To be more specific, you’ll see it every time you collect five OK Bingo trophies. There are two hundred of them to go at, and they could be lurking anywhere at the site. Check your player account for information about where to look for them if you’re struggling. For every fresh set of five you grab, the number of spins you’ll be playing for the next time you see the wheel of fortune is increased. Netting the whole set of 200 trophies earns you an Amazon voucher, which is OK Bingo’s way of thanking you for your loyalty.
Top Games at OK Bingo
OK Bingo is, as the name suggests, a bingo site. You can’t always rely on that with the OK Bingo sister sites – there are quite a few of them that include “bingo” in their names but don’t offer any bingo games when it comes to it. At OK Bingo, though, you’ll be spoiled for choice. The bingo room that’s featured the most prominently on the casino’s homepage is The Jackpot Room, which is a standard 90-ball game with big prizes. If you’re after something faster, the Country Road room is 75-ball bingo, and Bingo Blast is even faster. The very biggest cash prizes in the OK Bingo rooms are hiding in those that are labelled “Bingo Millions.” Bear in mind that your chances of netting a seven-figure sum in any of the games are low – but someone has to win the big bucks, and you have just as much chance as anybody else who plays.
Licensing and Customer Support
OK Bingo operates according to the terms and conditions of UK Gambling Commission licence 39175, which is held by Jumpman Gaming Limited. Jumpman and the UKGC settled a dispute for £500,000 in May 2022 after the latter accused the former of licence condition breaches related to identifying problem gambling and preventing money laundering. Despite being a household name, OK Bingo offers poor-quality customer support. The only way to contact the casino is to email email@example.com, and responses could take two whole days to arrive.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
There’s nothing OK about withdrawal speeds at OK Bingo. At best, you’ll get your money in three days after the casino’s mandatory pending period completes. At worst, it could be three more days after that if funds are slow to clear. When your cash eventually turns up, it’ll be either to your UK-registered debit card or your PayPal, Neteller or Skrill e-wallet.
Final Thoughts on OK Bingo
OK Bingo isn’t bad, but we feel like it ought to be better. This is the official iGaming site of one of the UK’s most popular celebrity magazines – one that’s advertised on television regularly – and yet it can’t get withdrawals to players in a timely manner or provide even the most basic level of customer support, which would be live chat. The games are great, but the service is far from it.
OK Bingo Sister Sites Player Reviews
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