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In making Mako Casino, ProgressPlay Limited and its white-label partners had an awesome opportunity to come up with an amazing theme. The word “Mako” may not be familiar to you, but through the magic of a Google search, we can tell you that it’s the word for “shark” in the Maori language. This could literally have been “Shark Casino,” with all the graphics and theming that the name deserves. Instead, it’s a nothingness of a site in terms of its theme. Perhaps that makes it the most fitting of all the Ted Casino sister sites, as it’s as guilty as Ted Casino is of taking a URL and a name that another casino operator could have done a lot with but filling it with a bland casino site. When it comes to content, Mako Casino is identical to Ted Casino in every way that matters. It won’t offer you anything different, but it will offer you plenty more of the same.
At first glance, you might think that Winston Bet is exactly the same as both Mako Casino and Ted Casino. It might use the same template as both casinos (and quite a lot of the other Ted Casino sister sites, to boot), but it’s actually a far bigger iGaming site. It offers all the same casino games that players can enjoy at Ted Casino and a few of the same casino bonuses, too, but there’s more to Winston Bet than its casino. In fact, the casino isn’t even a particular focus of the site. This is a sports betting site, and sports betting options are the first thing you’ll see when you land on its homepage. There’s nothing that makes Winston Bet stand out from the other ProgressPlay Limited sports betting sites in terms of content, but the effort that’s being put into marketing the site may ultimately elevate it above most of them anyway.
Picking Ted Casino sister sites is usually easy because you can rest reasonably well-assured of having the same experience on most of them. There are a couple that miss the mark, though, and Dukes Casino is one of them. That has nothing to do with the games that the casino offers, which are the same range you’ll already have seen at Ted Casino. Instead, it’s all to do with maintenance issues at the site. For quite a long time now, the “about us” page at Dukes Casino has been broken. That’s more of an irritation than an issue, but the fact that the page that’s supposed to provide information on the casino’s withdrawal process is broken is definitely an issue. Can a casino that can’t be trusted with basic maintenance be trusted with your money? We’d be inclined to come down on the side of “no.”
Interbet is the same sports betting site you’ve already seen at Winston Bet – it just comes in a different colour. We’re going to say more words, but that’s basically what it comes down to. There are two differences between Interbet and Winston Bet. The first is that Interbet’s colour scheme is based on blue rather than red. The second is that considerably less money is being spent on marketing Interbet, so you’re less likely to have heard of it. We could perhaps point to a third difference, which is that tennis appears to be a bigger focus at Interbet than it is at Winston Bet. Finding differences between Ted Casino sister sites can often be difficult, and Interbet is a good example of that. None of this is to say that you can’t enjoy the time and money you spend with Interbet – it’s just that you won’t enjoy it any more or less than the time and money you could spend on plenty of casinos on this platform, including the next one.
The big difference between Winston Bet and Interbet is, as we said, that you’ll notice the colour scheme change from red to blue if you move from one site to the other. If you then move from Interbet to KB88, you’ll notice the colour scheme switch back to red again. You may even briefly wonder if you’ve returned to Winston Bet. You haven’t, though, and the clue is the oriental symbols in the KB88 logo. That’s probably a nod to the fact that the number eight is traditionally considered lucky in the Far East, but we have no idea what the relevancy or meaning of the “KB” in the casino’s name is. Still, it’s far from the only one of the Ted Casino sister sites to have a name that doesn’t appear to mean anything. KB88’s welcome promotion is a little softer than that of Winston Bet, which could be reason enough to pick Winston Bet over KB88.
We suspect you’ll have heard of Euro Millions, which is one of the largest lottery draws in the world (and certainly the biggest in Europe). You might even take part in it regularly. This Euro Millions website has very little to do with that Euro Millions draw other than it provides the results of it and allows you to take part in it through a portal. It’s not the official website of Euro Millions – it’s an aggregator website and also provides access to dozens of other lotteries all over the world, including the US Power Ball lottery and the UK National Lottery. ProgressPlay’s involvement with Euro Millions is limited only to providing it with a few casino games, which are hidden away on a different page of the site. As Ted Casino sister sites go, this is a niche one.
Presuming you’ve read this whole section about Ted Casino sister sites up until now, you’ll be well aware that several of the sites on this platform offer sports betting even if Ted Casino itself doesn’t. You probably only need to look at the Bet Screamer name once in order to understand not only that this is a sports betting site but also which sports it focuses on above all others. “Screamer” is an adjective that’s only ever used by football commentators when they describe a particularly exciting or impressive goal. From the moment you land on the Bet Screamer homepage, it’s wall-to-wall football odds. Plenty of other sports are represented, but you’ll have to look to the sub-menus if you want to see the latest odds on them. Speaking of “latest,” Bet Screamer is one of the most recent additions to ProgressPlay’s network, with a launch year of 2021.
Ted Casino Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||202|
|Best Sister Sites||Winston Bet, Mako Casino, KB88, Interbet and Dukes Casino|
|Owner/Operator||ProgressPlay Limited: Kolonakiou 26,Office No.18, Agios Athanasios, Limassol, 4103, Cyprus|
|Sister sites status||6 Active, 122 White Labels and 74 Inactive sister sites. 202 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39335|
|N/A – not on Twitter|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
Ted Casino operator – ProgressPlay Limited
Ted Casino went live in 2017, by which time ProgressPlay Limited had hit its stride. To be honest, it hit its stride almost from the moment the company was founded. That happened in 2012, with Malta chosen as a base of operations. The choice wasn’t exactly surprising – there are several dozen iGaming companies in Malta, many of whom are based in Sliema – the same city where you’ll find the headquarters of ProgressPlay. It’s a paradise location in more ways than one as far as casino companies are concerned – their earnings don’t get taxed in the same way they do in other European countries. That’s helped ProgressPlay to expand rapidly – the company now has offices in England and Cyprus to go with its Maltese office and has multiple operating licences beyond those it holds with the MGA and the UKGC. The reach of the company’s casino websites is almost global – or, at least, as close to global as laws allow.
Ted Casino is a near-perfect example of a ProgressPlay Limited iGaming site, not just because it’s made with the same template as so many of the other casinos on the platform but also because it’s a white-label casino. Very few operators have as many white-label casinos on their books as ProgressPlay Limited does, which is a testament to how highly-rated the company’s turnkey casino solutions are. Dozens of business customers have bought casino services from Ted Casino before, contributing to a portfolio of sites that once reached 200 in the UK alone. That number has since dropped to approximately 130, but only because some white-label partners have decided that the iGaming industry isn’t for them.
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Ted Casino Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
There’s nothing up Ted Casino’s sleeve when it comes to the welcome promotion – it’s as simple as it appears to be. When you make your first deposit at the site, it’ll be matched up to a maximum of £200 in bonus cash. Unfortunately, the terms and conditions are just as clear and accurate as the advert for the promotion is. The wagering requirement really is an eye-watering x50, and the maximum conversion is far too low at x3. What initially appears to be a warm welcome is actually somewhat tepid.
Most of the Ted Casino sister sites offer their players access to a “rewards store,” and Ted Casino follows suit. Within that store, plenty of casino perks are available, but only for the right price. Prices are given in “rewards points” value, so rewards points have to be accrued before anything can be bought. To do this, players can complete the Ted Casino missions that the site assigns to them, play games as normal, or take part in other Ted Casino promotions. With sufficient points balances in hand, players can then help themselves to matched deposits (hopefully better than the welcome bonus), free spins on top games, or exclusive tournament entry. Points can also be converted into bonus cash.
Top Games at Ted Casino
More and more providers have started supplying the Ted Casino sister sites with games as the years have gone by, but at their core, they’re all Microgaming casinos. That means Microgaming (now Games Global) products tend to get preferential treatment on the homepages of the casinos and explains why Thunderstruck II – a Norse-themed game that’s considerably more than a decade old – holds pride of place. There’s nothing wrong with the game, but it’s badly dated by modern standards. 9 Pots of Gold is listed alongside Thunderstruck II on the top row of top slots on the Ted Casino homepage and is far more modern in its approach. It has an Irish theme and offers big jackpots for players who can land multiple scatter symbols on a single spin. The top row is rounded out by Reel King Mega and Fluffy Favourites Megaways, with an honourable mention to Evolution Gaming’s Dream Catcher. That’s a reminder that Ted Casino also has live game shows with real hosts.
Customer Support and Licensing
Getting assistance at Ted Casino isn’t actually as easy as you might hope for it to be when you see the big “support” button on the casino’s homepage. That merely takes you to a searchable FAQ section, which may not contain the information you need. From there, your options are to use the (non-live) chat service and wait for a reply or email firstname.lastname@example.org and potentially wait even longer for someone to get back to you. Ted Casino is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 39335, which is held by ProgressPlay Limited and also covers all the Ted Casino sister sites. Details of a settlement of £175K paid by ProgressPlay to the UKGC in May 2022 are recorded on the licence. The settlement was necessary to avoid a formal financial sanction, as the UKGC had charged ProgressPlay with failing to uphold licence conditions with regard to protecting customers who may be vulnerable and preventing money laundering.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
The first faux pas Ted Casino commits with regard to withdrawals is that it charges for them. To be more specific, it charges £3 or one per cent of each transaction; whichever is the lower. The second faux pas is that the casino can’t provide instant withdrawals. There’s a one-day delay while the casino actually processes the withdrawal request, after which funds will be available to ecoPayz customers in three working days. That’s already slow, but it could increase to seven business days if you’re using PayPal or a debit card, and those are the only other methods supported.
Final Thoughts on Ted Casino
Ted Casino is a fairly anonymous casino site, no better or worse than twenty or thirty lookalike Ted Casino sister sites on the same platform. We’re impressed by its portfolio of games, but we’re not keen on the speed of its withdrawals or its customer support. Charging for slow withdrawals is almost insulting.
Ted Casino Sister Sites Player Reviews
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