UK Slot Games Casino Review
Variety is the spice of life. The more choice we have, and the more chances we get to experience new things, the more fulfilled our lives will be. We couldn’t agree more, nor could Jumpman Gaming, the creative minds behind a new casino called UK Slot Games casino. Despite having a rather lacklustre name, this new brand has a polished aesthetic and a crisp design, making it visually appealing for both young and older generations of gamer. What is more, everything is packaged into neat sections, thus making it easier to find everything you’re looking for.
Of course, there’s a lot more to a new brand than looking the part, but we suspect UK Slot Games will have the other sides of iGaming down, considering who their operators are. But just in case we’re wrong, let’s take a closer look.
At this moment in time, few reviews regarding this casino are available, meaning that finding specific information (not shared by the brand itself) can be difficult. For example, although we know UK Slot Games casino was released in 2019, we couldn’t tell you the month, though we estimate it would have been early to mid February.
Luckily however, the brand does display its licensing detail in plain sight, and so we can feel confident in the regulations of this new brand. Playing with a new gaming website can be scary, especially if we know little about it, but thanks to Jumpman Gaming and its dual license, we can relax and enjoy the games on offer. For those interested, the license comes from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission. As a result, this means that anyone residing in Turkey, South Africa, Spain, and the United States (as well as several other jurisdictions) will be prohibited from joining. The list is shown at the top of the terms and conditions, should you wish to learn more.
UK Slot Game casino has over 500 titles for you to play, created by Microgaming, NetEnt, and NextGen Gaming; the range you’ll get here isn’t readily available from many other new casinos, and so in that sense, this brand is ahead of its time. That being said, in spite of all these activities to choose from, live dealers don’t appear to be included – there’s one armed bandits, bingo, instant wins, and classic tabletop offerings, but live casino options aren’t listed. Is this something that will change? Given how unlikely it is the website will be redesigned so early on, we doubt it.
Another potential stumbling block for users is that there’s no freeplay games; instead of opening this label up to all types of gamers, UK Slot Games asks that all its members being paying ones. This isn’t all that unusual for an online casino, though we do think it will put a number of budget gamers off. The only way you can get a free game on here is by playing inside the free bingo rooms, which we can all agree, is a very select niche.
Moving onto banking, we find that international players have an immediate issue, in that money is only processed in GBP, for both deposits and withdrawals. Given how young this brand is, and the year it was released, this seems unnecessarily limiting. In contrast to this restriction however, users can then have up to three payment methods assigned to their accounts, including paying by mobile, Visa, and Paypal.
In reference to monetary limitations, the minimum amount for deposits and withdrawals is £10, however if you withdraw under £30 at any one time, the site will charge a £2.50 fee. Please also be aware that there’s a 72 hour pending period for withdrawals before they’re sent to your bank accounts, and so the entire process can take several working days to complete. We wouldn’t say it’s as lengthy as some iGaming brands, but there’s still a considerable wait.
Finally we come to customer service. As much as we’d like to believe that this is a customer focused label, we are disheartened to see how limiting its operational hours are for support; the team is only around between 9:30am and 6pm. That’s an extremely small window, especially as lots of people work. What is more, weekends are also not covered, which again leaves a large chunk of the community unable to use little more than the FAQs during these times. Nonetheless, when you do contact the team during operational hours, you can do so via live chat and email.
If we’re honest, we had hoped for more, given how recent this release was. It’s not that UK Slot Games misses the mark, but more the fact that it hasn’t improved on areas that Jumpman Gaming often neglect, such as customer support hours. Consequently, while we would recommend this brand, we would also recommend you research into it thoroughly before deciding whether it’s the right casino for you.