- Generous Welcome Bonus
- Numerous Loyalty Offers
- Hundreds of Slots
- Top Bingo Games
- Live Casino
- £2.50 Withdrawal Fee
- Slow Withdrawals
Slots Kingdom is part of the Jumpman Gaming roster of casinos, ones that are licensed in the UK and have been offering an eclectic selection of slots and bingo games for a number of years now.
These sites have some notable positives and frustrating negatives. In the following Slots Kingdom review, I’ll discuss all of these and see how Slots Kingdom compares to online casinos and bingo sites like Slots Baby and Ladbrokes Bingo.
On the surface, the Slots Kingdom welcome bonus looks unbeatable.
It is a Mega Wheel that you can spin when you deposit £10 or more. Depending on where the wheel lands, you could get anywhere from a 100% to a 1,000% boost. There is also a segment that gives you nothing, but only one, so chances are high that you’ll win something.
When you dig beneath the surface, you’ll find a pretty standard 100% matched deposit bonus with a few extra bells and whistles.
How, you ask? Well, it all comes down to the following term, found on nearly all Jumpman Gaming casino welcome bonuses:
“max bonus conversion equal to lifetime deposits (up to £250)”.
Forget about the 65x wagering requirement or the £2,000 max bonus amount—this is the term that really matters.
It’s your first deposit with the site, as that’s the only way to qualify. So, “lifetime deposits” are the same as “first deposit”, meaning the maximum you can convert is equal to the amount you deposit to begin with.
For example, let’s say that you go big with a £200 deposit and then land the 1,000% prize, claiming the maximum of £2,000. It’s a lot of money, and you’ll no doubt have fun chipping away at the wagering requirement. But when that requirement has been met, you’ll lose all but £200 in bonus funds.
You’ll still keep your original deposit amount, of course, but it means that the best you can hope for is to lose all but £200 of your bonus credits.
It’s still a good bonus. In a way, it’s better than a standard 100% offer. Sure, the wagering requirement is higher than it is elsewhere, but you could have many more credits to clear it.
Just don’t go into this bonus thinking that you’re going to be withdrawing £2,000 after clearing your wagering requirement.
Moving away from the welcome bonus, Slots Kingdom has lots of loyalty offers, including more chances to spin the Mega Wheel. Future spins of the wheel are usually more valuable than the initial spin.
For example, if you deposit £10 with your welcome offer, you can’t convert more than £10 in bonus credits. But if you follow this with 9 more deposits of the same amount and then earn another wheel spin, you could collect up to £100, as that’s now the same as your lifetime deposits.
Casino Games and Bingo
You won’t find any unique slots on Slots Kingdom. Unlike Jammy Monkey and similar sites, it doesn’t create slots in-house and it rarely works with third-party developers to create exclusive slots.
In fact, you won’t find anything here that you can’t also find at hundreds of other sites. Technically, the bingo games are unique to Jumpman Gaming, but we’re talking about an operator that has over 200 sites in its network at the last count.
It’s not all bad news though. While the games aren’t unique, they are varied and cover most game types, including:
- Video slots
- Jackpot slots
- Bonus slots
- Table games
- Lottery games
- Scratch cards
- Live casino games
- Bingo rooms
The latter of these offer an abundance of prizes and jackpots and they are available from morning until night and on all days of the year. Slots Kingdom is a small site, but Jumpman Gaming is a massive network, so there are always plenty of players and lots of big prizes.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Slots Kingdom accepts PayPal, which is great. It also charges a £2.50 withdrawal fee, which is definitely not great. This fee exists across all Jumpman Gaming websites and is one of the things that frustrates me more than anything else.
I would be a little more forgiving if the withdrawals were fast, the options were plentiful, and there was a reprieve for small stake players. But none of those things are true.
It takes several days to get your funds and the fee is charged to all players, whether you’re withdrawing £10 or £1,000.
Verdict: Slots Kingdom Review
It’s more of the same from Jumpman Gaming with Slots Kingdom, which means you’ll find great slots, bonuses, and bingo rooms while also struggling with a withdrawal fee and slow withdrawals.
It’s another one to add to the list and another one that’s worth playing. It’s not going to become your favourite site and is some way off the highest-rated ones on our list, but it’s still worth signing up and collecting the bonus.
It adds money to your mobile phone contract and charges you £2.50 for each transaction. You can’t withdraw using this method and you are also limited to small, fixed sums.
Yes, you can play Slots Kingdom on mobile. Just visit the site on your mobile browser. All of its games use HTML5 technology, so they are instant play.
They vary by game and time. Some of them are worth just a few quid. Others extend into the thousands and even the tens of thousands. Play big games during peak times to be in with a chance of landing the biggest jackpots.
Yes, it operates under license from the Gambling Commission of Great Britain. It also has a license from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, although only the former is relevant to UK players.