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Simba Slots is set against a backdrop of the African Savannah and features a lion as its logo and mascot.
Any resemblance to actual persons or trademarks is purely coincidental.
This definitely-not Disney-related site is run by Jumpman Gaming and licensed by the Gambling Commission for Great Britain.
You don’t need to deposit any real money to collect the Simba Slots welcome bonus. You’ll get 5 free spins just for signing up, verifying your account, and adding a valid debit card.
This is a site with a wild animal theme. It’s a site that puts lions and African sunsets in the spotlight. It’s also a site that works with Microgaming, giving it access to Mega Moolah and other animal-themed slots. And yet it chooses a game based on bright fruits and classic gameplay.
They missed a trick.
The no deposit bonus has a maximum conversion of £50 and it leads into the second welcome offer.
This time, you’ll need a make a deposit of at least £10, at which point you’ll be given a Safari Chest to open. There are many prizes inside, the biggest of which gives you 500 free spins (on Starburst, another non-animal-themed slot). There is a maximum bonus conversion equal to your lifetime deposits and a wagering requirement of 65x for all spin winnings.
You can participate in a few different promotions on Simba Slots.
These range from Winner Winner Chicken Dinner, which gives £50 to the biggest single spin winner of the month, to a monthly giveaway with thousands of pounds in prizes.
All players are added to a loyalty program and tasked with completing challenges to earn trophies. The more trophies you have, the higher your level will be. Every time you advance, you’ll earn free spins, along with Amazon vouchers.
To stay up to date with the latest bonus offers, check the promotions page. You don’t need to opt into the majority of these promotions, but there are specific requirements to meet and terms to follow, so it’s always worth checking the terms and conditions.
Slots and Bingo Games
There are big and small developers available on Simba Slots, including:
- Pragmatic Play
- Yggdrasil Gaming
- Red Tiger Gaming
- Tom Horn Gaming
- Mutuel Play
NetEnt and Microgaming are probably the most notable of these.
Microgaming is responsible for the record-breaking Mega Moolah slot. It has four different jackpots, the biggest of which has a 7-figure jackpot seed, making you a millionaire with a single lucky spin. If you don’t like the basic Mega Moolah game, the same jackpot is also available on a handful of other slots, including Immortal Romance.
If you prefer, there is a WowPot jackpot (also Microgaming) or a Jackpot King jackpot (Blueprint Gaming). As for NetEnt, this is where slots like Fluffy Favourites, Gonzo’s Quest, and Starburst come from. NetEnt is also part of the same gaming group as Red Tiger Gaming, another developer available at Simba Slots.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Simba Slots charges you £2.50 for withdrawals and if you use Pay By Mobile, you will also pay £2.50 for deposits.
It can get expensive very quickly, and to add insult to injury, you won’t even get instant withdrawals.
The only upside to all of this is that you can use PayPal, though that should be standard on most online casinos and bingo sites these days.
Verdict: Simba Slots Review
It’s always the little details that stop Jumpman Gaming sites from being excellent. Such is the case with Simba Slots. If you’re going to have a theme, make it relevant wherever possible. At least make it part of your welcome bonus, instead of going with a generic space-themed slot.
And then you have the slow withdrawals and withdrawal fee.
Everything else is solid, and I can’t fault Simba Slots when it comes to slots, bingo games, giveaways, and loyalty promotions. For that reason, it still gets good marks, but it could have been so much better.
Select “PayPal” from the cashier list. Enter the amount you wish to deposit and then confirm. You can do this even if you have an unverified account, but I wouldn’t recommend it as you may be asked to prove that the account is yours before you withdraw. It can complicate matters, so it’s best to verify your account first.
I’ve been there, and it’s frustrating. I had a similar experience on a site that has since closed down. I was told that my image was cropped (it wasn’t), the document was too old (it wasn’t), and countless other silly things. In the end, I got frustrated, gambled all my money, and refused to verify. Don’t do that.
Stay patient and give them what they ask for. If they keep coming back with silly requests, leave a complaint or contact the regulator. This applies to all sites, not just Simba Slots.
As tempting as it is to immediately leave a bad review and start complaining on third-party sites, the first thing you should do is contact the customer support team. Give them a chance to deal with the issue and if they don’t, you can start venting.
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