Win British sister sites

Win British sister sites

Win British sister sites include Avenger Slots, BJs Arcade, Super Fluffy Casino and Mighty Riches. Win British sister sites are operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited, licence number 39175 which operates 240 sister sites in total.

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Avenger Slots logo

An online casino themed around Marvel’s Avengers would be a fantastic idea. Millions of players would flock to it, and it would have one of the most entertaining themes of any iGaming sites on the marketplace. Sadly, such a thing isn’t possible because Disney, which owns Marvel, will never allow it to happen. That means Avenger Slots doesn’t have any Marvel connections. In all honesty, we’re not totally sure what the theme of this casino is supposed to be. There’s a cityscape in the backdrop of the homepage, but we’re not sure which city it’s supposed to be. The casino might not have any superpowers, but it still offers every new player a shot at claiming up to six thousand pounds in bonus funds when they make their first three deposits with the casino. The odds against being able to claim the full amount are stacked heavily against you, though. The same is true of the promotion when it appears at other Win British sister sites.

BJs Arcade logo

You might recognise the logo of BJs Arcade. If you do, you’re likely to live in one of a few very specific locations. It’s a national chain, but it’s not a very well-known one, and it doesn’t extend very far. The BJs in question is actually BJs Bingo, and the strangest thing about the brand is that there’s an official BJs Bingo sister site. It belongs to a totally different casino network, but it exists. Why there are two BJs-related casinos among the Win British sister sites when the other one is elsewhere is a mystery we’re unable to get to the bottom of. BJs Arcade is the weakest of the three sites, though. BJs Games, which is also a Jumpman Gaming casino site, offers a range of bingo and slots games, but BJs Games limits itself to slots only. That’s fine if slots are the only thing you want to play, but most players appreciate a little variety.

Super Fluffy Casino logo

If you think “Super Fluffy Casino” is a funny name, wait until we tell you the site’s full name. It’s Super Mega Fluffy Rainbow Vegas Jackpot Casino (dot com). The name is patently ridiculous, and it’s supposed to be. Of all the Win British sister sites on the Jumpman Gaming casino platform, this is the most over-the-top. We can’t fault Super Fluffy Casino for its larger-than-life approach, but we can fault it a little for not backing that approach up with gaming content that’s worthy of its attitude. Underneath the comic book-style superhero dressing of Super Fluffy Casino is another cookie-cutter Jumpman Gaming site that offers the same promotions and the same casino games as scores of others on the network. We’ll admit to being entertained by the theme, but we wish a little more effort had gone into making it fit the site. A selection of superhero-themed games on the homepage would have been all it took.

Mighty Riches logo

Mighty Riches has an ancient warriors theme, with a specific focus on the ancient Romans – or does it? There’s a centurion (or possibly a legionnaire) on the homepage of Mighty Riches dressed up in full battle armour with a cloak. If you ignore his distinctly 21st-century haircut, he looks every inch the hardened Roman soldier. There are plenty of ancient Rome and ancient Greece-themed casino games that Mighty Riches could have paired its welcome offer with to match the theme, but it instead chose Fae Legend Warrior. Yes, it’s a warrior-themed slots game, but it deals with warriors of an entirely different kind. It’s odd to mismatch the game and the theme in this way when it would be so easy to get it right, but Mighty Riches isn’t the only one of the Win British sister sites to make such an error.

Dove Casino logo

Trends come and go quite quickly in the world of online casinos. If you go back ten or even five years, it was reasonably common for casino operators to make specific iGaming sites for male and female players. Often, the belief behind the practice was that men were more interested in playing slots and table games, and women were more interested in playing bingo. The thinking behind this has changed, and new casinos are more likely to be unisex. There are always exceptions, though, and a couple of those exceptions can be found among the Win British sister sites. Rose Slots is probably the most popular of them, but Dove Casino isn’t far behind. Aside from having a female focus, Dove Casino prides itself on being a “PayPal casino,” meaning that it accepts deposits from and can provide withdrawals to PayPal accounts. The site fails to mention that all the Win British sister sites can do the same.

Cop Slots logo

There are a few themes you’ll see over and over again as you trawl through online casinos, whether that’s online casinos on the Jumpman Gaming platform or anywhere else. The Irish theme is an obvious example, as is the Egyptian theme and the holiday theme. One theme you’re unlikely to see very often – if ever at all – is the police theme. In fact, Cop Slots is the only police-themed iGaming site we’ve ever seen. It’s an odd choice of theme to make for an online casino, and it’s not helped very much by the fact that it’s been executed so badly. The style of web design that went into building Cop Slots is years behind the times, and the casino looks a little slapdash. It’s hard to say whether a police-themed casino would ever be truly popular even if it looked cutting edge, but by looking so shabby, Cop Slots does itself few favours. Still, we should give it credit for picking a theme different to any of the other Win British sister sites.

Target Slots logo

When comparing Target Slots to Cop Slots, we should say that at least Cop Slots has a theme, even if it implements that theme badly. Target Slots doesn’t have a theme at all. If you were hoping for a casino site with connections to the enormous chain of stores in the United States of America, we’re afraid you’re in for a disappointment. Target Slots pumps up its welcome offer to make up for its lack of theming, with up to one thousand per cent available as a matched first deposit for the most fortunate of new players. It’s a great offer if it works out for you, but you’ll find it replicated at quite a few other Win British sister sites – and most of them have far more entertaining themes and concepts behind them. It wouldn’t be fair to say Target Slots is bad, but it would be fair to call it basic.

Win British Information

Name Win British
#No. of Sister Sites 240
Best Sister Sites BJs Arcade, Avenger Slots, Dove Casino, Mighty Riches and Super Fluffy Casino
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
Twitter N/A – not on Twitter
Facebook N/A – not on Facebook

Win British operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited

jumpman gaming casinos logo

Whether or not Jumpman Gaming Limited should be “allowed” to make British-themed casinos is an interesting question. Since 2010 – the year the company first formed – Jumpman Gaming has been based in Guernsey. That’s on the Channel Islands, and the location affords the company unique legal status. The Channel Islands aren’t part of the United Kingdom but are nevertheless traditionally considered British. We suppose that means the answer to our opening question is “yes,” but only on a technicality. In the years that have passed since 2010, Jumpman Gaming has opened (or acquired) over two hundred and forty casinos and iGaming sites, the majority of which are still online and active. If assessed only by the number of casinos that it operates, it’s one of the biggest iGaming companies of them all.

There are, however, other ways to assess the size of a casino network company. One of them is by the number of people that work for it. In Jumpman Gaming’s case, it’s a surprisingly low number. We believe that only around thirty people work for Jumpman, which doesn’t feel like enough to keep all of those sites ticking. The burden of the task is alleviated a little by the fact that most of them are white-label casinos, which means other people are involved in their day-to-day operations. Still, though – if there were more people working for the company, maybe it would be able to provide a more acceptable level of customer support across its casinos.

Win British review

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Win British Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses

Those of you who’ve played at a few Win British sister sites before are likely to be familiar with the concept of the Mega Reel, which is a promotion-giving Jumpman Gaming invention. It’s used in the welcome promotion of Win British, where players can spin it after depositing £10 into their new account with the casino. When spun, the Mega Reel can deliver up to five hundred bonus spins on Chilli Heat, which is one of the casino’s most popular slots. Various smaller prizes, including a £10 Amazon voucher, are also available on the reel. Be aware that free spins winnings are tied to an x65 wagering requirement at this casino.

Other Promotions

Jumpman Gaming casinos that don’t have bespoke promotions of their own tend to use the Mega Reel in both their welcome promotions and the biggest of their ongoing promotions. Win British is no different. To get another spin of the Mega Reel, players need to win five Win British trophies. Trophies are handed out as rewards for completing challenges or tasks set out by the casino, like an iGaming version of Taskmaster. There are hundreds to aim for, so you can get plenty of spins of the Mega Reel if you’re good at completing the challenges. The number of spins to be won on the Mega Reel creeps up as more trophies are won, and once you’ve won 200, you also get an Amazon voucher.

Top Games at Win British

Win British is not a casino that’s going to win any awards for its looks or the inventiveness of its design. The bank of slots and games in the middle of its homepage is the same as that which you’ll find at countless Win British sister sites, so it’s hard to argue that it makes a “top games” feature out of any of them. Chilli Wins, however, stands out because of its connection with the Win British welcome promotion. The Mexican-themed slot is thought of as one of Pragmatic Play’s best, even if it is a little stereotypical in its depiction of Mexico. The small sample of games on the homepage also includes classics like Sweet Bonanza, which is another Pragmatic Play slot, and Starburst, which comes from Swedish provider NetEnt, and is thought of by some as the finest online slots game ever made.

Licensing and Customer Support

UK Gambling Commission licence no. 39175, awarded to Jumpman Gaming Limited, covers all the Win British sister sites and Win British itself. The licence is noted with details of a £500K settlement that Jumpman Gaming reached with the UK Gambling Commission in May 2022 after being charged with failing to observe licence conditions regarding customer interaction and anti-money laundering. Customer support requests at Win British should be emailed to The casino can’t promise to respond any faster than two working days.

Withdrawal Speed and Support

This casino might be called Win British, but the way it handles withdrawals doesn’t feel like a win. The good news is that Win British supports Skrill, PayPal and Neteller e-wallets as well as standard (verified and registered) debit cards. The bad news is that withdrawals come with a £2.50 fee per transaction and are slow. The casino insists on a three-day pending period while it considers each request and warns that cleared funds may not turn up until three days beyond that.

Final Thoughts on Win British

There are a few casinos on this platform inspired by the idea of Britishness. Win British is the ugliest of them. From the generic stock photos on the homepage to the “knocked up in five minutes” logo, Win British is unimpressive across the board. The way it’s presented is drab, and its promotions don’t set it apart from any of the other Jumpman Gaming casinos. Unless you really like looking at photos of London while you’re playing, it’s one to miss.

Win British Sister Sites Player Reviews

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

I’ve reviewed many casinos over the years, and the ones operated by Jumpman Gaming are the worst of them. There’s no way the RTP rates at their casinos are what they claim to be, and they charge fees to withdraw money. They’ll bleed you dry.Paddy, November 28th 2022. Source Trustpilot.

I think it’s a good casino. I like most of the Jumpman Gaming casinos because of the Mega Reel, and I like the fact that I can win so many free spins by playing here. There’s a good choice of games at Win British, too.Bill, March 4th 2022. Source – Trustpilot.

Win British is a scam. I’ve sent them thirty emails in an attempt to provide proof of my identity, but I’ve got nowhere. I’ve now spoken to the Gambling Commission, who’ve put me in touch with Resolver so I can hopefully get my money back.Stephen, September 6th 2021. Source – Trustpilot.

I’ve won on a couple of games so far, but now I’m waiting on the withdrawal process.Ella, August 12th 2021. Source – Trustpilot.

The worst scam casino I’ve ever played at. They won’t let you make any withdrawals unless you pay them a fee, and they ask for more documentation than you’d need to apply for a bank loan.George, July 10th 2021. Source Trustpilot.