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Banana Spins is an online slots and casino site that comes to you from deep inside the jungle. The bendy yellow fruit are the main theme at the site – quite an odd theme for an iGaming site when you sit down and think about it – but the overall theme is a jungle one, and it’s well realised. The choice of theme is well-matched with the game that’s attached to the Banana Spins welcome promotion – newcomers to the site can win up to five hundred free spins on the official Jumanji slot. Beyond that, though, Banana Spins is a little understated. There’s hardly any promotional text on the casino’s homepage, so the site doesn’t do much to sell itself, and there’s nothing unique or special about the games that are highlighted on the homepage either. It’s a paint-by-numbers member of the Space Wins sister sites family, and it’s one of many that we could say the same about.
A little further down this page, we’ll talk about Jumpman Gaming Limited’s business model and how much of it rests on making white-label casinos for paying third-party customers. One such customer is the world-famous television quiz, “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” – and this is the game show’s official casino site. You won’t miss the theme – all the visuals and graphics at the casino come straight from the TV show, and you can even claim twenty free spins on the Who Wants To Be a Millionaire Megaways slot just for signing up to play. The unique theme helps to set Millionaire Games apart from most of the Space Wins sister sites, and although it’s started to look a little dated, it should still delight you if you’re a fan of the television show. It could make more of a feature of the various official Who Wants To Be a Millionaire casino games, but that’s a nitpick.
We don’t know who BJ is, but we do know that he, she or they have more than one casino among the Space Wins sister sites. They have BJs Arcade, but they also have BJs Games. Quite why they have the two sites is something of a mystery, as they’re virtually identical. The logos are the same, the layouts are (almost) the same, and the slots featured on the homepages of the sites are identical, too. Perhaps the mysterious BJ simply believes that “two heads are better than one” when it comes to making money from iGaming sites. The style of the logo makes it look like BJs Arcade might be the official online presence of a casino or arcade that exists in the real world, but if such a place exists, we haven’t been able to track it down. BJs Arcade is (just about) the better looking of the two sites, but the fact that it doesn’t have a theme means that it doesn’t really stand out from the other casinos on the Jumpman platform.
No, we haven’t made a typing error. This casino is genuinely called “Megaway Slots” rather than Megaways Slots. It’s an odd choice because the revolutionary online slots structure that was introduced by Big Time Gaming a few years ago is definitely called Megaways, not Megaway. The whole point of Megaways is that there are thousands of ways to win, so it’s strange to see it appear as a singular word. Perhaps the fact that Megaways Casino already exists on another casino network might have had something to do with it. In any event, Megaway Slots stands out from most of the Space Wins sister sites because it focuses on a different set of games in the middle of its homepage. Unsurprisingly, all of the slots that appear there are Megaways titles. They include Megaways versions of classic slots like Great Rhino and Eye of Horus, but also a few games that were specifically designed to be Megaways games, like Alive Megaways and Megaways Jack.
You might not necessarily guess this from the name, but New Spins is the official casino site of the weekly celebrity magazine “New!” which is relatively popular in the UK. It’s not on the level of OK Magazine, but OK Magazine is only published once per month, so it targets a different audience. Another thing you might not pick up on from the name of New Spins is that this is a bingo site rather than a slots casino. The top games featured on New Spins are all bingo games, with various ball counts and various themed. The oddest thing about this is that New Spins has a lot more bingo games than a lot of Space Wins sister sites that have “bingo” in their names, and yet it has “spins” its name, which strongly implies that it ought to be a slots-based casino site. Thinking about the naming conventions of Jumpman Gaming casinos sometimes gives us a headache.
Lucky Admiral is a fresh coat of paint away from being one of the better members of the Space Wins sister sites family. The theme at Lucky Admiral is all-encompassing and works for the casino, but it looks old and tired. It’s all a little two-dimensional, and in places, it’s outright clunky. There also seems to be some thematic confusion about the concept of what an admiral is, as the text at the top of the homepage says, “welcome aboard, pirate.” One cannot be both a pirate and an admiral, so we’re not sure what’s happened there. There’s more to Lucky Admiral than its nautical theme – it can also offer up to one thousand per cent as a matched deposit bonus thanks to its potentially generous welcome promotion. If you scroll all the way down to the bottom of the homepage, you’ll find that Lucky Admiral has put together some slots collections based on theme and category, which is something that more sites should do.
These days, when we think of Thor, we tend to think of Chris Hemsworth. He’s been playing the character on screen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for more than ten years. That’s a long time, but the character (or rather, the concept) of Thor has been around for a lot longer than that. He was one of the mightiest of the gods that the Vikings believed in, and there’s some striking imagery associated with him – not least his hammer, Mjolnir. You’ll see Mjolnir on the homepage of Thor Slots, cracking with lightning as it floats in front of a backdrop of Viking longboats being tossed around on a dark and stormy sea. Thor Slots looks fantastic. More time must have been spent making graphics for this casino than has been spent on the graphics of half the other Space Wins sister sites put together. It’s the same old Jumpman Gaming casino underneath, but good looks go a long way.
Space Wins Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||240|
|Best Sister Sites||Millionaire Games, Banana Spins, New Spins, Megaway Slots and BJs Arcade|
|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|
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Space Wins operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
Jumpman Gaming doesn’t directly operate all of the casinos on its platform. In fact, it directly operates barely ten per cent of them. That makes casinos like Space Wins special because they receive more of the operator’s attention from an ongoing maintenance point of view. However, what Jumpman Gaming Limited truly specialises in is making white-label iGaming sites. It’s built and launched more than two hundred of them to date, all of which were made to order by third-party customers. In theory, anybody can approach Jumpman Gaming and ask the company to make them a casino, but some of the names that have done so are household ones in the UK. We’ve already mentioned “New!” Magazine while we were talking about the Space Wins sister sites and “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” too, but other big names that have casinos on the Jumpman platform include OK Magazine, the Daily Star and the Daily Express.
For Jumpman Gaming to have more than 240 casinos on its platform – a number we have no doubt will pass three hundred in a few years – is nothing short of incredible when you consider the company’s age. Jumpman was founded in 2010 in Guernsey. By that time, most of the big-name casino operators in the UK were already well-established. Capturing market share was never going to be easy, but Jumpman Gaming powered its way through by launching site after site. Today, Jumpman Gaming claims to have more than a million players registered when you tally up the totals at each of its casinos. Those players enjoy receiving more than four million pounds of prize cash every day.
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New players at Space Wins can get a whole fifty free spins on NetEnt’s all-time great slots game, Starburst, just by signing up. It’s a thematically-perfect choice of game for the theme, and the promotion is available without any deposit being required. If players enjoy that and decide to follow up with a deposit, they could win as many as five hundred more spins on the same game by “catching a falling star.” The downside is that all of these free spins come with a massive x65 wagering requirement attached to any winnings that may come from them.
Space Wins rewards its loyal players by giving them trophies, but the trophies are more than just symbolic. For each five of them collected, players can spin the Space Wins Mega Reel and pick up more free spins to use at the casino. Every time another five trophies are collected, the number of spins that the Mega Reel offers increases. Log in and check your account to find out how to collect specific trophies, but they could be awarded for almost anything. Once two hundred have been gathered (a feat that will likely take you a lot of time and money), players become Space Wins “200 Club” members and receive an Amazon voucher worth £50, plus additional rewards. There are other promotions to play with at Space Wins, too, but they’re time-limited and may vanish after a few days or a few weeks.
Top Games at Space Wins
The top game at Space Wins is, quite obviously, Starburst by NetEnt. It’s hooked up to both the no-deposit welcome promotion and the full, formal welcome promotion. No slots game would suit the Space Wins theme better, and there are few games out there more popular than this classic. Whether it’s the soundtrack, the visuals or the combination of low volatility and 96% RTP, Starburst has been enchanting players for a decade. The other featured games at Space Wins are considerably less “spacey,” though. Two different versions of Fishin’ Frenzy are listed in the top games section, for example, as are three different versions of Big Bass Bonanza. We guess players at Space Wins must be as interested in fishing as they are in space exploration.
Licensing and Customer Support
Jumpman Gaming Limited holds a UK Gambling Commission licence (39175), and the licence covers all the Space Wins sister sites as well as Space Wins itself. Unfortunately, the operator badly blotted its copybook in May 2022 when it was disciplined for failing to do enough to prevent money laundering and also failing to step in to protect customers who experienced large losses in short spaces of time. Instead of paying a fine, Jumpman Gaming negotiated a settlement of £500,000 with the regulator. There’s an FAQ for players in need of assistance at Space Wins, but if that doesn’t have the answer you need, all you can do is email email@example.com and wait up to two days for someone to get back to you.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Space Wins supports e-wallets as well as debit cards but doesn’t support all e-wallets. The only ones that work with the casino are PayPal, Skrill and Neteller. Regardless of which of those methods you use, your withdrawal request undergoes an automatic three-day pending period before any funds will be released. Players are warned that it could still take 24 to 72 hours from there before funds actually clear into their accounts.
Final Thoughts on Space Wins
Space Wins is easy on the eye and has a lot of free spins to give away. It’s just a shame that the wagering requirements attached to those free spins are so unreasonable. All the good looks in the world can’t hide the fact that withdrawals don’t move fast enough, and there’s nowhere near as much customer support at Space Wins as there ought to be, either. To be fair to Space Wins, though, the same criticisms apply to all of the Space Wins sister sites.
Space Wins Sister Sites Player Reviews
Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about Space Wins. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.
I had fifty free spins in my account. I clicked away from the casino, clicked back, and all the spins were gone. Now I can’t have any free spins unless I make another deposit. Avoid this site. Nicola, November 23rd 2022. Source TrustPilot.
Space Wins can’t be trusted. They don’t honour promotions unless you chase them down for them, and even then, they take days to respond. The wagering requirements are really unfair, too; you don’t stand a chance of making it through them. Dan, October 27th 2022. Source – TrustPilot.
Don’t ever play here. They won’t unsubscribe me from their mailing list even though I’ve asked several times. I’ll be getting the Gambling Commission involved.Jimmy, October 25th 2022. Source – TrustPilot.
I sent them everything they asked for to verify my information. I didn’t get a reply for more than three weeks, and when they did reply, they asked for more documents. They were the same documents I’d already sent. All this for a £300 withdrawal. I complained, and in the end, they gave me £160 and closed my account. I wouldn’t recommend this sham casino to anybody.Soph, October 13th 2022. Source – TrustPilot.
I need a contact number for this casino, and I can’t find one. I keep getting a message telling me I can’t withdraw unless I make a deposit using the card I want to withdraw funds to. I try to deposit, but it tells me that I already have the maximum amount of real money I’m allowed in my account. I’m stuck.Marie, September 24th 2022. Source – TrustPilot.