W88 Bet sister sites

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W88 Bet sister sites 2023

There used to be several W88 sister sites. There aren’t anymore. The only other Midnight Gaming Limited casino site still standing at the moment is Gameplay Interactive, and that’s such a tiny site that we don’t consider it to be worth covering in detail. We’ve made some suggestions for alternative W88 sister sites above, though. 

W88 Bet Information

Name W88 Bet
URL w88.co.uk
#No. of Sister Sites 5
Best Sister Sites See sites like above
Owner/Operator Midnight Gaming Limited: Unit 2 Glenmore Centre, Fancy Road, Poole, BH12 4FB, United Kingdom
Sister sites status 0 Active, 2 White Labels and 3 Inactive sister sites. 5 total sister casinos.
UKGC Licence page UKGC Licence: 36626
Support Email support@w88.co.uk
Twitter @w88world
Facebook N/A – not on Facebook

W88 Bet operator – Midnight Gaming Limited

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Midnight Gaming Limited is a genuinely UK-based casino network company with a head office in Poole. Casino network companies that maintain a UK base of operations are a rare thing in this day and age, which makes us all the sadder to have to say that the sun appears to be setting on Midnight Gaming. As recently as a couple of years ago, it had numerous iGaming sites under its umbrella, including the self-titled Midnight Gaming site, plus BR88. Those sites are now gone, leaving only W88 and Gameplay Interactive. The latter is such a tiny site (including only the slots available at W88) that we don’t even consider it a W88 sister site worth covering. W88 itself is badly broken, which we’ll go into in detail in the review below this section of the page. Having initially started up as a sports betting company, Midnight Gaming’s sites no longer offer sports betting at all. It feels like the company is retreating from view.

All of this is a far cry from where the Midnight Gaming brands were at their peak. W88 has been the shirt sponsor of teams like Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League in the past, and more recently has been the primary sponsor of Fulham FC. Crystal Palace and Leicester City have also worn the company’s brands in the past. Even then, though, Midnight Gaming didn’t have a website of its own and kept a very low profile. The most recent figures publicly available suggest that W88 recorded a turnover of just over £200,000 in 2022, which doesn’t feel like it ought to be enough to keep an iGaming company going when it has Premier League sponsorships to pay for. Given that its sites are currently broken beyond the point of being useful, and there’s no sign of anyone coming along to fix them, the future looks far from bright for Midnight Gaming Limited. We’d love to be wrong.

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W88 Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses

Upon arriving at W88 for the first time, the first thing you’re likely to wonder is whether the casino is still operational. It looks like it was knocked up as a holding page a decade ago and then forgotten about, but we can confirm that, for now, at least, the casino is still a going concern. The second thing you’re likely to wonder about after arriving at the site is where all the promotions are. We can solve that one for you very quickly; there aren’t any. We don’t know what the “W” in “W88” stands for, but it certainly isn’t “welcome.” There aren’t any welcome promotions for new players at W88. In the space where the welcome promotion probably ought to be, the casino instead proudly touts its relationship with Fulham FC – a relationship that will soon be coming to an end thanks to the Premier League’s decision to ban gambling-related football shirt sponsorships.

Other Promotions

Since we’ve already told you that W88 doesn’t offer any welcome promotions, you’re probably further expecting us to tell you that there aren’t any other promotions at the casino, either. You’d be absolutely right. W88 is a promotion-free zone. We don’t know whether that’s always been the case, but there isn’t a “bonuses” or “promotions” page at the site, so we suspect that it might have been. If you’re looking for perks, promotions, bonuses, loyalty rewards or anything else other than the thrill of basic gameplay, you’re barking up the wrong tree at W88.

Top Games at W88

At this stage of the review, we ought to be telling you that while W88 offers slots, its main order of business is sports betting. That’s certainly what the site originally built its reputation on, and also the reason that it’s partnered with Fulham FC (plus other Premier League football clubs in the past). There’s only one problem with that, though – the sports betting page at W88 has disappeared. Perhaps it’s a temporary issue or part of an ongoing revamp, but it’s simply not there, and it hasn’t been for a while now. In its absence, all the site has to offer is a tiny collection of not-very-well-known slots games. Here are the top three.

Moirai Blaze: This is an Iron Dog Studio slots game from 2018. Iron Dog can usually be relied upon to provide slots with stupendously high-quality graphics but lets itself down a little with Moirai Blaze. The theme is supposed to have something to do with the “Fates” that the ancient Greeks believed in, but you’d never get that from looking at it. What you will get, though, is an enormously complex slots game played on a massive 7*7 grid, with avalanche wins, cluster pays, free spins, and exploding symbols everywhere you look. Despite having all of these bonus features, Moirai Blaze manages to restrict itself to average volatility, with 96.1% RTP.

Italia 3×3: Italia 3×3 was released by 1×2 Gaming in 2019 and comes from the “misleading names” school of online slots. The name might tell you to expect a retro Italian-themed three-reeler, but that’s not what you’ll get from this game. Instead, it’s a collection of nine 3×1 reel slots games, all connected together and decked out in the colours of the Italian flag. In real terms, players who play Italia 3×3 are actually playing nine different slots at once. If that’s too much for you, you can turn the additional games off one by one and cut it all the way back to a single 3×1 reel game if you so desire. Given that there aren’t any bonus features to play with, though, that might make things a touch too dull for most players. The RTP of Italia 3×3 is a generous 97.55%, with average volatility.

Juicy Ninja: Juicy Ninja is another 1×2 Gaming slots game and another 2019 release, too. Given that Italia 3×3 turned out to be more than we expected it to be, can we expect the same from Juicy Ninja? Sadly, no, we can’t. The ninja referred to in the title of this game is the wild symbol, but all the other symbols are fruit, and it’s very much a classic slot. The only touch of originality here is that the wild ninja symbol expands, slicing through the fruits as he does so. Each time it happens, players are granted a re-spin. There’s no free spins feature, though, and with 96% RTP and average volatility, it’s a deeply average slots game.

Under normal circumstances, we’d have picked out some of the better slots and games in the W88 collection to highlight for you above. Our problem is that we can’t do that because there simply aren’t enough games here. In total, the number of games at W88 is 48 as of the time of writing. That includes a couple of table game simulators, which are available alongside the slots in the badly-organised games collection. The loss of the sportsbook has ripped the heart out of this site, and it’s hard to see what the point of it might be without it there.

Customer Support and Licensing

Don’t hold your breath while you’re waiting for assistance to arrive should you ever find yourself in need of customer support at W88. There’s no live chat support nor a phone number for players to call. Instead, players are advised to either send the casino an email or use the FAQ. Given that the FAQ answers precisely two questions, neither of which are likely to be “frequently asked” by visitors to the casino, email is the only real option. The correct email address for the site is support@midnightgaming.co.uk, and the wait for a reply to our email could be up to two working days. Nothing at this casino happens quickly. W88 is covered by the UK Gambling Commissioned licence held by Midnight Gaming Limited under reference 36626. It’s a clean licence with no fines or warnings attached to it.

Withdrawal Speed and Support

We have no idea how W88 handles withdrawals. To be honest, we’re not even totally sure which withdrawal methods it works with. The logos of Neteller and Skrill, both of which are e-wallets, appear in the footer of the website, but there’s no PayPal logo next to them nor any confirmation that the casino takes debit cards, although we assume it must do. W88 doesn’t have a banking page, and it doesn’t go into any detail about payment processing in its terms and conditions, which are suspiciously short. To summarise, W88 doesn’t tell its players how they can withdraw their money or how long it might take for money to turn up once it’s been requested. It’s not great.

Final Thoughts on W88

If you’ve read this whole review, you won’t find any surprises in what we’re about to say here. W88 was designed to be a sports betting site but appears to have stopped offering sports betting. That leaves it as an ugly, amateurish-looking iGaming site offering fewer than fifty games, no promotions, very little customer support, and no information about withdrawals. Given that so many of the W88 sister sites have closed down in recent times and W88 itself seems to have been diminished, we can’t help but wonder how much longer it’s going to last. In its current state, we’d have no confidence about spending money playing here.

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