Mr Green sister sites

Mr Green sister sites

Mr Green has no active sister sites. Mr Green sister sites are operated by Mr Green Limited, licence number 39264 which operates 1 sister sites in total.

Mr Green sister sites 2023

Mr Green is the only iGaming site owned and operated by Mr Green Limited. As such, we have no Mr Green sister sites to show you here. We’ve made some suggestions for alternative Mr Green sister sites, which you can check out at the top of this page. Alternative, you could look at 888 Casino or William Hill, which could be considered Mr Green sister sites by virtue of belonging to the same parent company.

Mr Green Information

Name Mr Green
#No. of Sister Sites 1
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Owner/Operator Mr Green Limited: Level 7 Tagliaferro Business Centre, High Street, Sliema, SLM 1549, Malta
Sister sites status 1 Active, 0 White Labels and 0 Inactive sister sites. 1 total sister casinos.
UKGC Licence page UKGC Licence: 39264
Support Email [email protected]
Twitter @mrgreencasino
Facebook Mr Green Facebook page

Mr Green operator – Mr Green Limited

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We’ve listed Mr Green as a Mr Green Limited iGaming site because that’s how it’s represented from a licensing point of view. This is the only casino operated by Mr Green Limited, so as such, there technically aren’t any Mr Green sister sites. However, it would be more accurate to say that as Mr Green Limited is owned by William Hill, and William Hill is owned by the 888 Group, all of the casinos on that enormous network are Mr Green sister sites – you just won’t see them listed on the same licence. There’s been quite a lot of change in the past couple of years for Mr Green. While it’s someone else’s property now, that’s a recent development. For most of its existence since being founded in Sweden in 2007, the company has been independent. You’ll find its headquarters in Malta today, but it also has licences (and, in some cases, offices) in the UK, Sweden, Spain and Denmark. It made its name by being one of the first online casinos to offer slots and games from different providers in the same place without requiring players to swap chips to move between them.

In January 2019, Mr Green was bought out by William Hill for £242m. William Hill had been looking at ways to expand for some time, and picking up Mr Green seemed like the obvious choice at the right price. As part of the move, the headquarters of Mr Green was moved from Sweden to Malta. After making such a huge move, the directors of Mr Green Limited must have presumed that there would be no major structural changes to the business for a few years after that – but they were wrong. In September 2020, William Hill agreed to be bought by Caesar’s Entertainment in the USA for £2.9bn. Caesars didn’t want the European aspect of the business, though – and that included Mr Green. As such, 888 Holdings bought all of the former William Hill European operations (including Mr Green) for £1.95bn in 2021. What this means for Mr Green in the long term remains to be seen.

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Mr Green Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses

If you’re on the fence about the idea of signing up with Mr Green Casino, perhaps the welcome promotion might make your mind up for you. All new players at Mr Green can claim twenty free spins on the exclusive “Lucky Mr Green” slots game, with no deposit required. Be careful when registering if you want to take advantage of this promotion – players have to opt into it, and there’s no way of going back and doing it if you miss the option while you’re registering. While there might not be a deposit required for these free spins, there is a wagering requirement attached to anything you might win from them. To be specific, the wagering requirement is x35, which is around what we expect to see at UK-facing online casinos.

Other Promotions

In the past, Mr Green has operated a loyalty scheme called “The Green Club.” There’s still a link to the scheme on the website, but very little information is provided, and we’ve been unable to independently verify whether or not the scheme is still up and running. However, there are a few promotions kicking about at Mr Green regardless of whether the welcome bonus is still a goer or not. The most heavily promoted of them is the “Bonus Drop,” which all players are free to play once per day, free of charge. All you need to do is predict which of the three columns the Mr Green bonus disc will fall into after it’s been dropped. Pick correctly, and you could win free spins or a small cash prize.

In addition to the Bonus Drop game, Mr Green also operates a daily “must drop” cash jackpot in its casino and holds regular prize draws. None of these things offers as much substance as the contents of The Green Club used to, but it’s still better to have them than to offer no bonuses whatsoever.

Top Games at Mr Green

Mr Green has a heavy bias towards new releases. Whenever you arrive on the homepage of the casino, you’ll find the most strongly-promoted slots game is often the one that’s most recently been added to the casino. As an example, the top slots game at Mr Green when we visited the casino to write this review was Granny vs Zombies: Lock & Win, which is unlikely to hold a “top slots” space when its newness has worn off. Cast your eyes to the right of whatever the individual top slots game is, though, and you’ll see the longer-tenured top games at the site. You’re likely to know them all already, but here’s an overview of them anyway.

Big Bass Splash: Reel Kingdom can’t possibly have imagined how much success the first Big Bass Bonanza slots game would go on to achieve when they released it in 2020. It’s not like it was the first-ever fishing-themed slots game to reach the marketplace; Fishin’ Frenzy was already doing good business by then. Something about Big Bass Bonanza caught fire, though, and it’s since been joined by several sequels. Big Bass Splash, which came out in mid-2022, is arguably the most fun of these sequels. It takes the fun of the original and amps it up to a cartoonish degree, inviting players to “catch fish” by using bazookas and explosives as well as the more conventional routes. It’s easy to forget you’re playing slots at all when you’re playing Big Bass Splash, but keep your wits about you because it’s highly volatile. RTP is 95.67%

Book of Dead: The Egyptian theme is wildly popular among fans of slots and casino games. That’s why there are several hundred slots out there that use it. None of those slots, though, are as popular as Play’n Go’s Book of Dead, which is considered the “original” Book Of slots game, even though it technically wasn’t the first to be released. It’s a legendary game with very high maximum winnings, enormous volatility, and the expanding symbols inside the free spins feature that has come to define this entire genre of slots. RTP is perhaps a touch low at 94.25%, but low RTP and high volatility are practically a Play’n Go calling card. Book of Dead is showing its age a little now, having been around since 2016, but it’s still one of the top-performing slots in the world.

Rainbow Riches: Pick n’ Mix: Just as Book of Dead is considered the definitive Egyptian-themed slots game by many players, Rainbow Riches is considered the definitive Irish-themed slots game. There have been plenty of sequels released to the Barcrest original, but Pick n’ Mix is probably the most popular and successful of them. Rather than forcing players to deal with bonus features they don’t like or understand, this version of the classic allows players to choose their own bonuses and even chop and change them between spins if they so desire, hence the “pick and mix” reference in the name. Rainbow Riches: Pick n’ Mix was released in 2016 and offers average volatility with 96% RTP.

While slots dominate the homepage of Mr Green Casino, they’re not the only forms of casino entertainment that the site offers. There’s a whole dedicated area for Mr Green Exclusives, which include slots, Mr Green-branded live dealer games, and even a special Mr Green game show title. The site also offers plenty more live dealer games that come without the company’s branding. It’s a shame that you can’t get on sports at Mr Green anymore, but if you want to do that, you always have the option of visiting William Hill or 888 Sports, both of which are (sort of) Mr Green sister sites.

Customer Support and Licensing

Mr Green doesn’t have a telephone support team, but if you find yourself needing assistance while you’re playing at the casino, you should find that the live chat team is available on a 24/7 basis. The link for live chat can be found in the site’s “Help Centre.” Mr Green is covered by the UK Gambling Commission licence that Mr Green Limited holds under account number 39264. Unfortunately, the licence isn’t clean. In March 2023, it accepted a UKGC charge of failing to adhere to licence conditions aimed at preventing money laundering and promoting safer gambling. In lieu of a fine, Mr Green Limited paid £3.75m as a settlement and accepted the imposition of additional conditions on its operating licence.

Withdrawal Speed and Support

Wherever it’s possible to do so, Mr Green likes to provide its players with instant withdrawals. There are a few vast methods for withdrawal so long as you have an e-wallet. PayPal and Neteller users should get their money immediately but shouldn’t have to wait more than two hours, even if the transaction isn’t immediate. The same turnaround time applies to withdrawals made to Paysafe voucher cards. Skrill can also produce instant withdrawals, but the outer limit with Skrill is longer at two days. Withdrawals made to debit cards via Trustly or as bank transfers will take between one and five working days.

Final Thoughts on Mr Green

Mr Green isn’t what it used to be. There was a time when it was better known as a sports betting site than it is as a casino, but that was before the brand was acquired by William Hill (and then, subsequently, the 888 Group). Presumably thinking that William Hill and 888 Sport have the sports betting angle covered between them, Mr Green was stripped of its sportsbook and turned into a casino-focused site instead. Some of its promotions feel like they’ve been weakened as part of that process. Nevertheless, Mr Green still has plenty of great games to play and more than a few exclusives. It won’t blow your mind, but nor should it disappoint you – unless, of course, your luck isn’t in when you visit.

Mr Green Sister Sites Player Reviews

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

Mr Green won’t send you your winnings. I’ve been waiting for £50 for eleven days. They keep telling me it’s been sent. I think they’ve robbed me. Prove me wrong, Mr Green. Liam, April 21st 2023. Source – Trustpilot.

I’ve deposited more than £1000 in a single day playing at Mr Green and seen zero returns from it. It’s not a good casino; it just takes your money and gives you nothing back. Sithabiso, April 19th 2023. Source – Trustpilot.

Mr Green is a shocking company. I’ve sent them my photo ID seven times now, and they’re still trying to tell me that it’s too blurry. It definitely isn’t. They’re just refusing to verify my account no matter what I send to them because they don’t want to pay me. Never play with these guys.James, April 15th 2023. Source – Trustpilot.

You’re going to lose as well as win here, and people need to remember that. You have to know how to lose and spot opportunities to win. There’s a great choice of very good games at Mr Green, and that’s why, for me, it’s the best online casino of them all. I’d give it ten stars if I could.Giuseppe, April 13th 2023. Source – Trustpilot.

Avoid playing here at all costs. There was an issue with me placing bets without it deducting from my balance, and then it all deducted at once because I’d kept re-trying it when it didn’t look like it was working. Now it’s been more than a week, I don’t have my money back, and all I’m told by customer support is that it’s being “dealt with.” They also charge you to withdraw your money, which is disgraceful.Sarah, March 30th 2023. Source – Trustpilot.