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You’d be within your rights to expect Madam Riches to be a gipsy or fortune teller-themed casino. That’s what the name seems to imply. It would be the wrong expectation to have, though, because Madam Riches is something far more showy. As it turns out, Madam Riches is a showgirl and dancer of the kind you could expect to find on stage in Paris at the Moulin Rouge. She’s even right there waiting to greet you on the casino’s homepage, touting some playing cards in your direction. This is easily one of the most flamboyant Viking Bingo sister sites in terms of its theme, but there’s nothing other than the theme to recommend it by. You’ll find the platform of games available at the site is precisely the same as the one you’ve already seen at Viking Bingo. That’s a criticism we could level at almost any of the other Viking Bingo sister sites too, though.
You only need to take a quick glance at Sunny Wins to understand what the casino’s theme is. It’s sunny by name and sunny by nature, as the casino’s setting is a desert island. Let’s hope that players aren’t left feeling washed up after spinning the reels here. The theme of Sunny Wins is a little cartoonish, which is a common trait among the Viking Bingo sister sites that are genuinely managed by Jumpman Gaming Limited (we’ll be talking more about that later). It’s easy on the eye, though, and it pairs well with the “loot box” welcome offer at the casino. The idea is that the loot box is a box of treasure that’s washed up on the island, and it’s a good match for the theme. Much like Madam Riches, though, this is another paint-by-numbers Jumpman Gaming Limited casino. Most of them are identical at their core.
We’ve called the two Viking Bingo sister sites we’ve looked at thus far a little basic, but Pretty Wins is a whole new kind of basic. The majority of casinos on the Jumpman platform at least offer a shot at a big money welcome bonus for new players who might be interested in signing up at the site, but Pretty Wins can’t even muster that. The maximum possible welcome bonus at Pretty Wins is £200, which is far lower than you’ll see at the most popular Viking Bingo sister sites. There’s still no guarantee that you’ll get £200 when you sign up, and you’ll have to struggle through an x65 wagering requirement even if you do. The homepage of Pretty Wins is a happy-looking couple pointing at some casino games on a mobile phone. We don’t know if the suggestion is that Pretty Wins is an iGaming site that couples can enjoy together, but that’s the impression we’re left with.
Jumpman Gaming Limited is based on the island of Guernsey, so there was an opportunity here to create what we think would be the world’s first Guernsey-themed online casino and call it “Isle of Wins.” That isn’t the route that Isle of Wins has gone down, and that’s probably for the best in terms of marketing appeal! Instead, Isle of Wins has stolen a few visual cues from the “King Kong” movies. It’s not the only member of the Viking Bingo sister sites family to have done so, but it’s a little more subtle than some of the others. The clue is there in the form of the enormous skull-shaped cave in the background of the casino’s homepage, which identifies the Isle of Wins as Skull Island from the films. The rest of the site is decked out in a loosely pirate-inspired theme, which explains why the loot chest welcome offer is also applicable here.
Star Wins is the official online casino of the Daily Star. If you don’t know what the Daily Star is, we’re guessing you’re one of our younger readers or you don’t buy or read newspapers. The Star was once one of the UK’s most popular “dailies,” but its readership has dwindled in recent years. The loss of readers has prompted the Daily Star to take a cheekier, more cartoonish approach to its content, and that cheeky sense of humour is more than evident at Star Wins. The Viking Bingo sister sites that have big-name connections – and we use the plural here because there are several of them – tend to offer more substantial welcome promotions than those that lack such connections. As an example, it’s theoretically possible to win up to £6000 at Star Wins via welcome promotions that are attached to the first three deposits a new player makes upon joining the site.
You can tell that Palace Bingo is a casino with a royal theme just by looking at its name. What you can’t tell from looking at its name is that it’s not really a bingo site. Most of the prime real estate on the Palace Bingo homepage is given over to featured slots, so the pretence that this is a bingo site ends the moment you arrive at its website. The cartoonish royal theme isn’t badly implemented – the Palace Bingo logo looks like a postage stamp, for example – but the castle in the background is more “Cinderella” than “Buckingham Palace,” and the rest of the website is rather plain. Given that Palace Bingo operates with the same welcome promotions and casino games as you’ll have seen at dozens of Viking Bingo sister sites if you’ve been looking for them for a while, it’s hard to think of a reason to pick this one above all the others.
We’d like to say that Clover Bingo is the iGaming site that teaches all the other supposedly bingo-based Viking Bingo sister sites what a bingo site ought to look and feel like. As much as we’d like to do that, we can’t. You can probably guess why. Yes, this is another site that dispenses with bingo and focuses on slots. It almost dispenses with its Irish theme, too. There are hints of it here and there – most notably in the use of the word “clover” in the casino’s name and the hint of a green field you’ll see if you scroll far enough down the homepage – but when there are Irish-themed casinos like Fortune Games, and Lucky Clover Spins on the Jumpman Gaming Limited platform, Clover Bingo can’t compete. It’s a basic Jumpman Gaming casino that will serve people looking for a basic level of casino excitement.
Viking Bingo Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||240|
|Best Sister Sites||Sunny Wins, Madam Riches, Star Wins, Isle of Wins and Pretty Wins|
|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|
|Viking Bingo Facebook page|
Viking Bingo operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
You can usually tell which of the casinos on the Jumpman Gaming Limited network are operated by the company directly. The quality of the graphics tends to be better, and it’s obvious from the design that more time has been spent on them. Viking Bingo is a good example of that. Most of the Jumpman Gaming Limited casinos, however, aren’t directly operated by the company. Well over 150 of the Viking Bingo sister sites are white-label casinos built on the Jumpman platform but managed by somebody else – and they include some of the platform’s biggest-name sites. The official bingo and casino site of the British newspaper the Daily Express, for example, is a white-label Jumpman Gaming casino. The same can be said of the official bingo site of the Daily Mirror (Mirror Bingo).
Jumpman Gaming wasn’t an overnight success after launching in 2010, but it rose in popularity quickly after changing the way it did business in 2012. Prior to that year, the company was only interested in making and launching bingo sites. 2012 was the year that the Jumpman white-label platform was born. The operator has never looked back since then and continues to build and launch new white-label casinos regularly. It also builds and launches online slots through Jumpman Slots, which opened as a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Jumpman Gaming in 2016 and currently only supplies its wares to Jumpman’s casino range. Whether that changes in the future is to be determined, but for now, Jumpman Gaming Limited is a company in rude health.
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Viking Bingo Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
The Vikings famously loved few things more than looting and pillaging the lands they roamed through and conquered. That’s why a loot box welcome promotion is perfect for the theme at Viking Bingo. New players need to deposit a minimum of £10 to open their loot box, but when they do, they might find almost anything in there waiting for them. That includes Amazon Vouchers or perhaps even a whole 500 free spins on the Starburst slots game. Unfortunately, it’s also possible that they might find nothing, which feels a little mean-spirited.
The Vikings never stopped at a single loot box, and nor should you. You’ll get a chance to open another box for every five trophies you collect while playing at Viking Bingo. There’s no guaranteed method for winning a trophy, but there are trophies hidden almost everywhere at the site. Landing a big win might do the trick, as might logging into your account on a day of the week you’ve never played on before. The value of the goods inside the box increases each time you collect another set of five trophies. This continues until the level of two hundred trophies is reached, at which point players become “200 Club” members and receive VIP rewards. Check the promotions page at Viking Bingo to see what seasonal perks and promotions are available at the time of your visit.
Top Games at Viking Bingo
If you paid attention when we were talking about the Viking Bingo sister sites, you’ll know better than to expect any bingo games to appear in the “featured games” section of the Viking Bingo homepage. All the bingo games are buried in the casino’s archives. Instead, top billing at Viking Bingo is given to slots like 9 Pots of Gold by Gameburger Studios, which takes scatter symbols and turns them into an enormous jackpot feature. 9 Masks of Fire is given equally prominent billing, but it’s the same game using an Aztec theme rather than an Irish one. The Gold Cash Free Spins slot from Inspired Gaming offers some retro, classic gaming, while those wanting to face real dealers can do so in Live Roulette or perhaps Speedy Roulette.
Licensing and Customer Support
The UK Gambling Commission licence held by Jumpman Gaming Limited (39175) covers all of the Viking Bingo sister sites plus Viking Bingo itself. The licence isn’t a clean one – the operator has a £500K settlement on its record after failing to meet anti-money laundering and social responsibility obligations in May 2022. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can’t find an answer to your questions in the Viking Bingo FAQ. Be warned, though – the site quotes two working days as the average turnaround for a response.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Withdrawals at Viking Bingo move about as quickly as Vikings crossing the sea from Scandinavia. You have to wait three days after requesting a withdrawal while the casino processes the request, after which you’re still not guaranteed to get your money for another one to three days. Viking Bingo works with PayPal and other major e-wallets plus all major UK debit cards, but your choice of withdrawal method has no impact on the speed of your withdrawal.
Final Thoughts on Viking Bingo
Viking Bingo has one of the best-executed themes of any of the Jumpman Gaming Limited casinos. The Viking longboat on its homepage looks fantastic as it rolls up and down on a stormy sea. Ultimately, though, it’s all just window dressing for a casino that is, at its core, the same as more than one hundred others on its network. Having no instant customer support is a negative attribute that’s difficult to overlook, too.
Viking Bingo Sister Sites Player Reviews
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