Spin Hill sister sites
Spin Hill sister sites include Daily Record Bingo, Aladdin Slots, No Deposit Slots and Dove Bingo. Spin Hill sister sites are operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited, licence number 39175 which operates 240 sister sites in total.
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Daily Record Bingo is a great place to start if you’re looking for Spin Hill sister sites because it demonstrates the Jumpman Gaming Limited casino platform at the peak of its powers. This is one of the operator’s biggest white-label sites – a casino that was bought and paid for by the Daily Record newspaper in Scotland. The newspaper decided that it wanted an official iGaming presence, and it turned to Jumpman Gaming to get the job done. The result is an iGaming site that possesses a heady mix of bingo games and online slots, the best of which are showcased on the Daily Record Bingo homepage. As one of the big hitters of the Jumpman range, Daily Record Bingo also has the biggest welcome promotion the platform can muster – up to £6000 in bonus cash, delivered across three deposits. The money isn’t guaranteed, though – you’ll have to chain together three lucky bonus wheel spins to get it.
If Jumpman Gaming Limited had been able to obtain a licence from Disney for Aladdin Spins, this could conceivably have been one of the biggest casinos on the platform, vastly more popular than the other Spin Hill sister sites. Unfortunately for Jumpman Gaming, Disney would never dream of issuing any such licence. Because of that, Aladdin Slots falls flat – and we mean very flat. We’re not just talking about the basic two-dimensional style of the casino’s graphics – although they’re worthy of critique. We’re talking about the site’s lack of charisma. The only nod to the Aladdin story is the presence of some silhouetted minarets in the background. Other than that, Aladdin Slots looks washed-out and dull – and the ten free no-deposit spins it offers on Diamond Strike don’t make up for that. Given how big this theme could have been, the casino feels like a wasted opportunity.
There are few things in the iGaming world more annoying than a casino that doesn’t keep its promises. That makes No Deposit Slots the most annoying member of the Spin Hill sister sites family. We told you a moment ago that Aladdin Slots offers ten free no-deposit spins to all new players who sign up for the casino. Given that No Deposit Slots bases its entire personality around the idea of no-deposit free spins, you’d expect it to offer far more. That isn’t the case. All No Deposit Slots can muster is a measly five free no-deposit spins on Burning Wins by Playson. If you want to keep spinning beyond that, you’ll have to make a deposit. It almost – but doesn’t quite – count as false advertising. The name of No Deposit Slots feels like a cheap trick when the casino can’t back the offer up, and that’s a good reason to spend your money at one of Jumpman Gaming’s many other casino sites instead.
Dove Bingo is an introduction to the strangest thing about the Spin Hill sister sites. If you browse the full list of them (you’ll find one at the bottom of this page), you’ll notice that a fair few are presented as bingo sites. Only a handful of those sites are worthy of having the word “bingo” included in their names, and Dove Bingo isn’t one of them. If you arrive on the homepage of Dove Bingo with the expectation of finding a selection of bingo rooms to choose from, you’re destined for disappointment. You won’t find any at all. What you’ll find instead is the same familiar grouping of slots and casino games that you’ve already seen on the homepage of Spin Hill. The lack of bingo games is one of two things that Dove Bingo is notable for, the other being that it’s actually one of three Dove-related iGaming sites on the Jumpman Gaming platform. The others are Dove Slots and Dove Casino – and they’re both arguably better than Dove Bingo.
Like Aladdin Slots, Casper Games is an iGaming site that borrows its identity from a well-established entertainment property. Unlike Aladdin Slots, Casper Games does well with the concept. This isn’t the official casino site of Casper the Friendly Ghost – no such official casino exists – but it’s the next best thing. The light blue-based colour scheme will be familiar to anybody who’s seen the cartoon character before, and the ghostly theme is (obviously) a perfect match, too. Casper Games even has a unique welcome offer compared to the other Spin Hill sister sites, as new players must open a “ghost chest” to receive their welcome gift. We regret to report that there’s nothing unique or special about the collection of games at Casper Games, but we could make that very same criticism about most of the casinos on the Jumpman Gaming platform.
The Jumpman Gaming Limited casino network has a little bit of something for everybody. By that, we mean that there’s at least one entry into virtually every theme and genre you can imagine. That includes the somewhat dated concept of casino and iGaming sites made specifically for women. Such sites are a rarity now, as operators have moved on to a unisex approach, but there are still a few female-focused sites active on the Jumpman platform. Of that limited range, Rose Slots and Dove Casino vie for the top spot. If it weren’t for the presence of a smiling woman on the homepage of Rose Slots, you might never know that it was made for female players at all. The theme is subtle, the casino looks classy, and male players are also welcome to sign up. It’s not one of the most memorable casinos on the platform, but it’s perfectly fine.
We began this sample list of Spin Hill sister sites with one of the officially-licensed white-label Jumpman Gaming Limited casinos, and we’re closing the same way. New Spins is the official casino of “New!” Magazine, which is a weekly glossy celebrity gossip magazine. Its biggest competitor in the marketplace is OK Magazine, but the two brands are stablemates at Jumpman Gaming because OK Bingo is also on the platform. Like most of the “celebrity” Jumpman brands, New Spins showcases the best of its bingo and slots games on its homepage. Unlike most of those brands, New Spins doesn’t have the same big-money welcome promotion we saw at Daily Record Bingo. The best you can hope for when you sign up for New Spins is five hundred free spins on one of the casino’s top slots, which is a comparatively weaker package.
Spin Hill Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||240|
|Best Sister Sites||Aladdin Slots, Daily Record Bingo, Casper Games, Dove Bingo and No Deposit Slots|
|Owner/Operator||Jumpman Gaming Limited: Inchalla, Le Val, Alderney, GY9 3UL, Guernsey|
|Sister sites status||39 Active, 165 White Labels and 36 Inactive sister sites. 240 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39175|
|Support Email||[email protected]|
|N/A – not on Twitter|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
Spin Hill operator – Jumpman Gaming Limited
When you operate a platform of over two hundred casino and iGaming sites, a little deviation in quality is inevitable. That’s why we don’t think Spin Hill should be viewed as an example of what Jumpman Gaming Limited does when the casino operator is at its best – there are plenty of Spin Hill sister sites that will give you a better appreciation of the Guernsey-based company’s talents. In fact, Jumpman Gaming’s hands may have been tied when it was putting Spin Hill together. This is a white-label casino, which means someone paid Jumpman Gaming to make it for them. The finished product is, presumably, exactly what the customer wanted the casino to look like. That’s one of the drawbacks of the white-label model – when a casino looks as bad as Spin Hill does, it reflects badly on you as the operator even if you didn’t – strictly speaking – have a say in its appearance.
Jumpman Gaming Limited has been making bingo and casino websites with varying degrees of success since 2010. The company is a big hit with corporate clients, who frequently come to the operator to have officially-licensed iGaming sites made. We’ve already looked at Daily Record Bingo and New Spins further up this page, but you’ll spot many more in the full list at the bottom of it. As of 2023, Jumpman Gaming is understood to have around one million customers split between all of the casino sites under its enormous umbrella and pays out an approximate four million pounds per day in winnings.
Spin Hill review
Spin Hill Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
Considering that Spin Hill looks like such an unassuming casino, the quality of its welcome promotion is a pleasant surprise. Welcome gifts at Spin Hill are dished out by a “mega wheel.” You’ll find the same promotion at a few of the Spin Hill sister sites, but not many of them. You can earn a spin of the wheel by depositing at least £10, after which the value of your deposit will be boosted by whatever value is listed on the segment the wheel lands on. That could be as much as 1000x (maximum deposit boost: £2000), but it could also be 0%. Whatever you end up with will have to be wagered x65 before anything of it can be withdrawn.
Some of the Spin Hill sister sites bring the bonus wheel back out again as part of the biggest of their ongoing promotions, but the welcome promotion is as far as it goes at Spin Hill. Instead of seeing the wheel again, you’ll see the trademark Jumpman Gaming Mega Reel every time you collect a new set of five Spin Hill trophies. To keep you interested in the trophy hunt, the maximum free spins reward on the Mega Reel goes up every time you see it. That means you should look high and low all over the Spin Hill website for trophies – there are a whole two hundred of them to aim for, so it should be reasonably easy to find a fair few. The most determined of players – those who find all two hundred – are rewarded with an Amazon gift voucher.
Top Games at Spin Hill
The design of Spin Hill is a little slapdash, and that’s putting it politely. Scroll far enough down the homepage, though, and you’ll find a large promotional graphic for Gonzo’s Quest by NetEnt. It’s one of the most important and influential slots of all time and became the first genuinely popular VR casino game in history a couple of years ago. Beyond that, you’ll find the same games promoted here as you’ll find on the homepages of all the Spin Hill sister sites. They’re even listed in the same order, with Gold Cash: Free Spins by Inspired Gaming taking second place next to the newest “game of the week” and the candy-themed Sweet Bonanza by Pragmatic Play somewhere close to the bottom of the list. There’s no harm in letting players know that some of the most popular casino games of all time are available to play at an iGaming site, but a little variety would be appreciated.
Licensing and Customer Support
Spin Hill is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 39175, which is held by Jumpman Gaming Limited, and also covers the Spin Hill sister sites. The operator incurred the regulator’s displeasure in May 2022, agreeing to pay a “settlement” of half a million pounds in lieu of a fine after being accused of failing to carry out anti-money laundering checks. Spin Hill has virtually no customer support. All players in need can do is email [email protected] and wait for a reply. The casino’s guidance says replies could take 48 hours to arrive.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Spin Hill is incapable of processing withdrawals quickly. The casino imposes a mandatory three-day pending period on all withdrawal requests. No monies can be released until the pending period is over. Even assuming that funds are then released, you could face a wait of up to 72 hours for them to clear. Spin Hill can provide withdrawals to PayPal, Skrill or Neteller e-wallets or any recognised UK-registered debit card.
Final Thoughts on Spin Hill
We’re not sure what the inspiration behind Spin Hill is. The backdrop says “London,” but the logo says “high school.” The latter would be more appropriate, as the low-quality website looks like the kind of thing a GCSE student might have knocked up as part of their homework ten years ago. It’s not one of the better casinos on the Jumpman Gaming Limited platform.
Spin Hill Sister Sites Player Reviews
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