Rizk sister sites
Rizk has no active sister sites. Rizk sister sites are operated by Zecure Gaming Limited, licence number 56427 which operates 3 sister sites in total.
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Rizk sister sites 2023
Bad news for everybody who’s come here looking for Rizk sister sites; there aren’t any. You’ve missed them. In the past, Zecure Gaming Limited used to have three iGaming sites available to players in the UK. Aside from Rizk, the casino network company also operated Kaboo and Guts. Both of those casinos still exist, but the operator decided to withdraw them from the UK a few years ago. As such, there aren’t any Rizk sister sites from the point of view of UK-based players. We only report on UK-facing casinos, so we’re afraid we have nothing to show you here. We do, however, have a full review of Rizk below – and we’ve made a few suggestions for potential alternative Rizk sister sites above.
|#No. of Sister Sites||3|
|Best Sister Sites||See sites like above|
|Owner/Operator||Zecure Gaming Limited: Experience Centre, Ta’Xbiex Seafront, Ta’Xbiex, XBX 1027, Malta|
|Sister sites status||1 Active, 0 White Labels and 2 Inactive sister sites. 3 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 56427|
|Support Email||[email protected]|
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Rizk operator – Zecure Gaming Limited
Saying that Rizk Casino is the flagship casino of the Zecure Gaming Limited platform sounds a bit redundant when you consider that it’s the only one of the operator’s brands that’s still available in the UK, but there are other Zecure Gaming Limited iGaming brands available internationally, and Rizk remains the biggest site in those markets, too. The company is based in Ta’ Xbiex, Malta, which is a city full of casino and iGaming companies. Maltese laws are friendly to casino network companies, which is why you’ll find dozens of them there, often sharing the same offices or positioned next door to each other. To say that Zecure Gaming Limited is entirely Maltese wouldn’t be accurate, though; it may have been founded in Malta in 2016, but in 2020, something happened that changed Zecure’s world forever – and no, we’re not talking about the obvious thing that happened in 2020.
In April 2020, Zecure Gaming Limited became part of the Betsson family – Betsson being a large iGaming company based in Sweden. While we’ve been unable to confirm the precise price that Betsson paid to acquire Zecure Gaming, we know that it was a large enough offer to secure not only the operator’s iGaming sites but also its technology, licences, and employees. However, it wasn’t Zecure Gaming that Betsson was specifically looking to buy. The Swedish company was after the Gaming Innovation Group, which was the affiliated group of iGaming companies that Zecure previously belonged to. The Gaming Innovation Group’s brands had recently gained entry to the Croatian and Spanish markets, and with Betsson wanting access to those same markets, it was the perfect deal for them. While there are positives to being associated with a company of the size of Betsson, there are also downsides. One of them is that Zecure Gaming’s growth appears to have been stymied. From a growing brand that released three iGaming sites in five years, it’s now stopped making new casinos altogether.
Rizk Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
As we covered at the top of this page, there used to be a few Rizk sister sites, but they’ve been off-limits to UK players for quite some time now. When they left town, they took the Rizk Casino welcome promotions with them. There used to be a couple of welcome bonuses available for players who are new to Rizk, but despite the website flying the Union Jack on its homepage, it has no formal welcome for newcomers. You won’t get any special perks at Rizk just for turning up and opening an account. We know that giving away something for nothing is always a risk for online casinos, but considering the name of this one, you’d have thought it might be something we could rely on. Apparently not.
While Rizk doesn’t roll out the metaphorical red carpet for new players with any formal welcome promotions, it isn’t promotion-free. There appear to be several promotions available at Rizk – and we say “appear to be” because the casino is more forthcoming with information about some of them than it is with others.
The biggest of the promotions at Rizk is the “Wheel of Rizk,” which is a wheel of fortune. You have to “power up” the wheel before you can spin it, which is done by playing slots and games at the casino. Once the “power bar” in your account is full, you’re entitled to take a spin of the wheel. That’s not the only thing that happens when you fill-up the power bar, though; each time you do it, you “level up”, which increases the value of the prizes on the wheel the next time you spin it. In this way, the Wheel of Rizk can be thought of as a loyalty reward system as well as a novelty. Every time a unit of ten levels has been climbed, players get a one-off spin of a “Super Wheel,” with even more valuable prizes. Those prizes include real money, speed-up tokens for the power bar, free spins, and more.
While there are vague references to “levelling up” to receive further rewards at the casino, it sounds a lot like the Wheel of Rizk delivers everything a player could hope for from a promotions section. It’s just a shame that outcomes are down to the spin of a wheel rather than the casino offering a guaranteed path to rewards.
Top Games at Rizk
Rizk is an online casino and is primarily known for its slots and its live casino options. Players outside the UK can also place bets on sports via Rizk, but that’s not an option that’s available to us in the UK. It’s something else that was lost when the Rizk sister sites left town. With that being said, here are the top three casino games at Rizk Casino as of the time of our visit to the site to write this review.
Razor Shark: Sharks are scary enough without equipping them with razors, but apparently, nobody explained that to Push Gaming before the provider released this slots game in August 2019. It’s a fiendishly volatile slot played on a 5*5 grid with superb graphics and 95.05% RTP. Multipliers in this fishy slot go up to x2500 even in the base game, and you get a nudge every time a set of stacked symbols lands. It’s possible to win up to x85,000 your stake while playing Razor Shark, although to the best of our knowledge, it’s only ever happened once.
Chaos Crew: This edgy, urban slots game from Hacksaw Gaming was released in 2020 and offers 96.3% RTP with high volatility. Set in a cartoonish world full of gangs and graffiti, Chaos Crew comes with collectable special symbols which can be paired with multipliers to produce big wins of up to x10,000 against your stake and is like Razor Shark in that it’s played on a big 5*5 grid. You can even buy your way into the free spins bonus round if you’re struggling to trigger it through base gameplay, although you should be aware that the RTP dips by around one per cent when you do so.
Rise of Olympus: Play’n Go has, as a provider, demonstrated that it’s never afraid to produce a sequel to a successful slots game, milking its Book of Dead range for all that it’s worth. Rise of Olympus is an attempt to do the same with its Gates of Olympus slot and was released in 2018 with high volatility and 94.51%, both of which are to be expected of this provider. Rise of Olympus is especially notable for its unusual betways system, which pays out for any three or more symbols in a horizontal or vertical line. The Greek myths and legends theme has been done to death both with this provider and with plenty of others, but it looks pleasant enough here, even if the game is essentially a reskin of Moon Princess.
Customer Support and Licensing
Rizk doesn’t offer a telephone number for customers to call but claims not to keep players waiting too long for responses with either of its text-based support methods. The wait to be connected to an agent through live chat is advertised as being thirty seconds or less, whereas if you’d rather send an email to [email protected], you should be left waiting no longer than one hour for a response. Rizk is a Zecure Gaming Limited casino site, which means it’s covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 56427. The UKGC has never had reason to fine, suspend, or otherwise take any regulatory action against Zecure Gaming Limited, so the licence is clean.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
While Rizk doesn’t have a specific banking or payments page, there’s enough information in the casino’s FAQ section to let players know exactly where they stand in terms of withdrawals. To find out what your options are, all you need to do is look at the bottom of the homepage. There, you’ll find the logos of Visa and Mastercard, thus confirming your debit card options. If you’d rather use a more modern electronic payment method, you can choose between any one of three different e-wallets (PayPal, Skrill, Neteller) or use Trustly. Rizk claims to offer “the fastest withdrawals in all the land.” We’re not totally convinced that’s true, as it keeps players waiting up to three days if they use a debit card to withdraw, but all other methods are allegedly approved for instant withdrawals.
Final Thoughts on Rizk
We’ve never been one hundred per cent sure why the Rizk sister sites were withdrawn from the UK. Zecure Gaming Limited has never been in trouble with the UK Gambling Commission, and the casinos appeared to be popular. Nevertheless, Rizk Casino was always the flagship of the operator and the most popular of the three brands, so it’s no surprise that it was the only one left standing. The lack of a welcome promotion means that new players don’t get off to the best start when they sign up, but the depth of rewards offered by the Wheel of Rizk is impressive, and the fact that the wheel “charges up” means that loyal players are given something to stick around for. So long as the casino is as good as it claims to be with withdrawal processing, this can be thought of as a high-quality Gaming site.
Rizk Sister Sites Player Reviews
Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about Rizk. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.
Rizk is run by scammers. I lost £100 playing here and was then locked out of my account because of a “mandatory cool-off.” £100 isn’t a massive loss, and I don’t think that’s a reasonable way to be behaving. They’re not fit to hold a licence. Sy, April 30th 2023. Source – Trustpilot.
I first opened an account with Rizk about a year ago. Back then, I had no problem making £20 every time I deposited £10. The first time I won more than that – about £250 – I had to send documents to verify my ID, which is no problem. From the moment I verified my account, I never won another penny from the casino. We’re talking fifteen or twenty deposits in a row with no wins. Don’t go anywhere near this casino; it has no moral values. Tepa, April 1st 2023. Source – Trustpilot.
Rizk is OK, but it’s a little over-cautious. My experience has been good overall, but the verification process is insane. I wasn’t asked for any documents for my first six months with the casino, but then they suddenly asked me for more than I’d need to open a bank account. My payslips weren’t good enough, so they wanted a bank statement. That wasn’t good enough either, so they asked for a copy of my contract. Every time they ask for ID, they lock your account, and it’s happened to me three times now. The games are great, and I win regularly, but there’s far too much red tape.Gaz, March 30th 2023. Source – Trustpilot.
I’d give Rizk full marks if it weren’t for the fact that the casino goes down so often. It must have bad servers. It always comes back pretty quickly, but it’s annoying every time it happens.DM Brown, March 21st 2023. Source – Trustpilot.
Rizk is very good; I don’t see any issues with it. I won £3700 playing here and got paid out very quickly.Nina, March 14th 2023. Source – Trustpilot.