Wild West Wins sister sites

Wild West Wins sister sites

Wild West Wins sister sites include Britain Play, Secret Pyramids, Lights Camera Bingo and Wonga Games. Wild West Wins sister sites are operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited, licence number 39175 which operates 240 sister sites in total.

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Britain Play logo

Britain Play is a very attractive casino site. That’s stating the obvious. The vista of London that greets you when you land on its homepage for the first time is a stunning one and contains every major landmark in the country’s capital city. You could easily lose a few minutes trying to locate them all. We wish there were a few landmarks from or nods to the rest of the country on the homepage – the site is, after all, called “Britain Play” rather than “London Play” – but that’s a minor concern.

What really matters is that there are several Wild West Wins sister sites themed around the ideas of Britain and Britishness, and this is the best of them. It offers the best scenery, and with a collection of around one thousand casino goes to choose from, it also offers the most depth and variety. Not everybody is a patriot, but if you are, you might be content to make Britain Play your new iGaming home.

Secret Pyramids logo

Are the pyramids really a secret? Well, that depends on which pyramids you’re talking about. The pyramids on the homepage of Secret Pyramids are the ones that can be found on Giza Plateau, and there’s nothing secret about them. They’re some of our planet’s most famous landmarks. There are plenty of other pyramids in Egypt, though, including some which may still be buried beneath the desert sand, so the name of Secret Pyramids isn’t totally inaccurate.

The casino is, however, a fairly pedestrian affair. Using the Egyptian theme is a wise choice, as it has plenty of fans among casino and slots enthusiasts, but it doesn’t do anything especially inventive with the theme. The selection of games on the Secret Pyramids homepage is identical to that of several Wild West Wins sister sites, and the casino’s welcome promotion is no less familiar. None of this is to say that Secret Pyramids isn’t worth a visit – just don’t expect an especially memorable experience from your visit.

Lights Camera Bingo logo

Lights Camera Bingo would be considered above average if it were presented as a casino site. Unfortunately for Lights Camera Bingo, there’s a clue right there in the name about what sort of iGaming site it ought to be. There’s a glut of Wild West Wins sister sites that have misleading names, and in every case, the part of the name that’s misleading is the presence of the word “bingo.” Far too many casinos on this platform tell us they’re going to offer bingo games without actually doing so. It’s a mistake that’s both avoidable and easy to correct, yet Jumpman Gaming has never shown any interest in avoiding it or correcting it.

In any event, Lights Camera Bingo is another slots-driven casino on a network that has literally hundreds of them. It does have a couple of useful features to distinguish itself with, though; its unique “movie set” theme and its long-standing welcome promotion of twenty free spins on the classic Eyecon Fluffy Favourites slots game, for which no deposit is required.

Wonga Games logo

Wonga was once the UK’s biggest payday loan company. That was several years ago now, though. Payday lenders have almost been regulated out of existence, and Wonga is long gone. People still know the name, though, and it’s an unfortunate one to have associated with an online casino because people don’t trust it. Why Wonga Games chose to be called Wonga Games is something we’ll never know, but we think it’s attempted to pivot itself to something more akin to “Wonka Games.”

The casino’s logo is a dead match for the Wonka logo that appears on chocolate bars, and we don’t think the fact that the deep purple background of Wonga Games matches the shade associated with Cadbury’s is a coincidence. Chocolate-related references aside, Wonga Games has a unique layout compared to the other Wild West Wins sister sites, featuring a Wembley-like arch over the top of the highlighted slots and games. You’ll see all the names of the most recent big winners at Wonga Games scrolling across the arch, along with the amounts they were lucky enough to win.

Mystery Wins logo

Mystery Wins is open to players of all descriptions but particularly looks forward to welcoming adventurers. Adventure is very much the theme of this casino, which stars a female explorer entering a treasure-laden cave as a background graphic. Mystery Wins is the only one of the Wild West Wins sister sites to really lean into the adventure theme, which is a surprise when you consider how popular it is among online slots fans.

Some slots and casino games developers have even come up with Indiana Jones-inspired adventurer characters of their own as a means of attracting players; Play’n Go as Rich Wilde, for example, and Pragmatic Play has John Hunter. Both characters star in a range of slots for their creators, and the slots have proven to be successful and popular. As much as we admire the graphics at Mystery Wins, though, its appeal is only skin-deep. The theme extends no further than the graphics, and the casino misses an open goal by not featuring more adventure-themed games on its landing page.

Dove Slots logo

Either somebody at Jumpman Gaming Limited really and truly loves doves, or three different white-label casino customers have come to Jumpman Gaming and asked the company to make dove-themed casinos for them by complete coincidence. We’re not sure which version of events is harder to believe, but it’s true. There are three dove-related Wild West Wins sister sites to choose from, but if you want to play at a casino that can guarantee the value of its welcome promotion, choose Dove Slots.

Guaranteed welcome promotions aren’t a novelty on most casino networks, but they are on the Jumpman Gaming platform, where Mega Reels and Mega Wheels usually determine the value of the bonus that new players end up with. In that context, the guarantee of up to £300 as a matched deposit bonus and one hundred free spins to play with might feel like a far warmer welcome – and it’s there if you want to take advantage of it.

Wild West Wins Information

Name Wild West Wins
URL wildwestwins.com
#No. of Sister Sites 240
Best Sister Sites Secret Pyramids, Britain Play, Mystery Wins, Wonga Games and Lights Camera Bingo
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
Support Email support@wildwestwins.com
Twitter N/A – not on Twitter
Facebook Wild West Wins Facebook page

Wild West Wins operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited

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With more than two hundred iGaming sites and/or casinos on its platform, it’s a wonder that Jumpman Gaming hasn’t used the western theme more than once. That being said, Jumpman Gaming doesn’t always get the controlling vote when it comes to what the Wild West Wins sister sites look like or what their theme is. Those rights belong to the many white-label casino customers that pay the Guernsey-based operator to come up with iGaming sites for them. Making white-label casinos is a big-money enterprise for Jumpman Gaming, which has done the job for names like the Daily Express, OK Magazine Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and countless other business customers both large and small. The terms that it offers to its business customers are attractive and have helped make the Jumpman Gaming platform one of the largest in the UK.

From a player perspective, the Jumpman Gaming Limited casino network is one that comes with significant drawbacks. We’ve mentioned several of them in our review of Wild West Wins, but the biggest is the intolerable delay with withdrawals and the fact that the company charges for processing them. There’s no reason why withdrawals can’t be provided within 24 hours in this day and age, and no acceptable reason to charge for them. It makes Jumpman Gaming look cheap – and we’re sure that’s not the image that the company intends to convey. The company was founded in 2010 – a time when slow, paid-for withdrawals were borderline acceptable – but times have changed since then, and it’s high time this casino operator followed suit.

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Wild West Wins Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses

Wild West Wins says “howdy, partner” with twenty no-deposit free spins on Cowboys Gold by Pragmatic Play – a theme-appropriate choice for this western casino. Anything won from those spins is saddled with an x65 wagering requirement. The larger and more formal welcome promotion at the casino requires a deposit of at least £10 and invites players to open the Wild West Wins loot chest. Within it, players might find as many as five hundred free spins on Mustang Gold – another western-themed slots game from Pragmatic Play. They could also find a reward of far less value, though, and will still have to contend with the x65 wagering requirements either way.

Other Promotions

If you’ve played at any of the Wild West Wins sister sites before, you’ll likely have encountered the Jumpman Gaming Mega Reel. It’s a special reel full of free spins prizes and can be spun every time a player wins five Wild West Wins trophies. The trophies are dished out for completing tasks or challenges sat by the casino. There are hundreds of them to play for, and each time you unlock another five, the top free spins prizes on the Mega Reel get a boost. Hardy players who stick around at Wild West Wins for long enough to claim two hundred trophies are further rewarded with an Amazon voucher.

Top Games at Wild West Wins

The top games at Wild West Wins are those that feature in its promotions. We’ve mentioned them both already. They’re both western-themed, and they both come from Pragmatic Play, which is one of the most respected providers in the iGaming industry. Cowboys Gold is a fairly standard slots game, but Mustang Gold is special. In every way that matters (save for the graphics), it’s a spiritual sequel to the award-winning Wolf Gold slot and uses many of the same bonus mechanics to deliver value (and cash) to players. Like all of the Wild West Wins sister sites, the casino has access to slots and games from more than one provider. These Pragmatic Play slots lead the way, but you should also expect to see the best work of Eyecon, Playson, Inspired Gaming, Blueprint Gaming, Microgaming and many more market-leading names showcased on the homepage of the site.

Licensing and Customer Support

Wild West Wins, like all Jumpman Gaming Limited casino sites, is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 39175. It’s not an unblemished licence; the UKGC charged Jumpman with breaching licence conditions around anti-money laundering and customer interaction in May 2022, and Jumpman chose to pay half a million pounds as a settlement rather than allowing the matter to proceed to more formal disciplinary action. The only way to get help at Wild West Wins is to email support@wildwestwins.com, which involves a quoted two-day wait for someone to pick up your email and get back to you.

Withdrawal Speed and Support

Withdrawals are so slow at Wild West Wins that you’d be entitled to think that they’re coming on horseback. When a request has been made, it enters a “pending” state that lasts three working days. If Wild West Wins permits the withdrawal at the end of those three days, cleared funds may also be delayed by up to three days. If you’re prepared to put up with this wait (and pay £2.50 for the privilege), you can ask for your money to be sent to an e-wallet held with one of Skrill, PayPal or Neteller or to your registered and verified UK debit card.

Final Thoughts on Wild West Wins

Wild West Wins is an exciting-looking casino. It’s clearly been inspired by the success of Rockstar Gaming’s “Red Dead Redemption” games and has an original theme compared to the majority of Wild West Wins sister sites. The no-deposit free spins offer for new players is a nice touch and is appreciated. We don’t like paying for withdrawals in any circumstances, though, and doubly so when they might take up to six working days to reach us. The wait is inexcusable by modern standards.

Wild West Wins Sister Sites Player Reviews

Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about Wild West Wins. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.

Don’t play at Wild West Wins. I’m waiting on an £800 withdrawal, but they’ve blocked my email address and won’t give me my money.Charlotte, January 4th 2023. Source Trustpilot.

This is a disgusting scam site. I’ve emailed X-Ray at the BBC and a lot of other people asking them to look into the site. They mislead people with false advertising, and they rip people off.Winston, January 1st 2023. Source – Trustpilot.

Wild West Wins doesn’t want people to be able to withdraw their winnings. They put so many steps in the way that it’s impossible to get there. Even the withdrawal button is hidden in a sub-menu to make it hard to find. They’ll do anything to stop you from getting your money.Chris, December 21st 2022. Source – Trustpilot.

Wild West Wins is run by scamming robbers. I’ve got £200 stuck in the casino, and I can’t withdraw it. I’m going to have to contact the Gambling Commission. Don’t play here.Laczko, November 12th 2022. Source – Trustpilot.

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