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The past few days I’ve reviewed sites from Jumpman Gaming Limited. They run a network of casino and bingo brands and white-label sites.
Like many networks, once you’ve seen one of their casinos, you’ve seen them all. And that’s certainly the case here with Big Rock Slots. They’re nearly identical to other casinos I’ve reviewed so far, including Lucky Admiral and Big City.
There is ONE difference, though – just one – which I cover in the promotions section of our review below.
It’s probably enough of a difference to choose Big Rock Slots over one of their sister brands. But it’s not enough to choose them over an entirely different casino brand (like Bet365, 777 or Betway).
Anyway, we cover that difference – and everything else you need to know about them – in our review below.
Let’s get started.
Big Rock Slots is one of several casino and bingo brands under the Jumpman Gaming network. Other sites they own and operate include Lucky Admiral, Big City Slots, Top Dog Slots and Slot Shack.
Depending on the review you read, they may also be listed under Cozygames Management Ltd.
Big Rock doesn’t have an about page. There’s not much info about them on the web, either, which I assume is because they’re a newer casino.
What I can tell you is that they’re licensed by the UK Gambling Commission (‘UKGC’) and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (‘AGCC’). You can see their license information on their website.
That’s about it, though – as far as their company background is concerned, anyway.
They don’t really have a reputation. I’m not sure why – my best guess is because they’re a new casino and/or are on a newer network. But if you search Big Rock Slots, you’ll only find 2 pages of results in Google – of which, there are only a couple of thin reviews found on bingo review sites.
There’s no information on any of their parent, partner or management sites, either, other than simply being listed as one of their brands. You can see them listed on JumpmanGaming.com.
That’s about it.
Other than that, I can tell you that ThePogg.com doesn’t recommend Lucky Admiral Casino. But, based on my research, I found that their reasons are either outdated or no longer valid. But you can read our review for more details.
Otherwise Lucky Admiral has an average rating with all the sites we use for research. So, since they’re identical in nearly every way, I’d say that Big Rock Slots is the same – average.
Players from the following countries are prohibited from creating an account at Big Rock Slots:
You can contact support using one of the following methods:
Big Rock Slots doesn’t have a banking page on their website, which is unfortunate. But they list some of them in the footer of their site. Between that, emails I’ve received from Big City Slots, and reviews I’ve read about Lucky Admiral, I’m under the impression that you can use the following options to fund your account:
The min deposit is £10. Their max deposit limits are £5,000 per day, £10,000 per week and £20,000 per month.
You can use:
The min you can cash out is £30. The max you can cash out is £1,000 per day, £3,000 per week and £5,000 per month.
Their £5,000 per month cash out limit is pretty bad as far as international casinos go. There are many US-focused casinos that let you cash out much more than that. What’s worse than that is that progressive jackpots aren’t excluded.
They’re offering a 100% match deposit bonus up to £200. On top of that, you’ll also receive 20 free spins for the Starburst slot machine.
You can take advantage of this offer for your 2nd and 3rd deposit too, for a grand total of £600 and 60 spins.
There are a few caveats, though (there always are), which include:
Most everything here is standard. What stands out to me – what sucks – is the playthrough. 65x is steep, especially since it’s for slots and scratch games.
For that reason, I recommend passing on the bonus. You can find better deals elsewhere.
Something I like about this network of casinos is how unique some of their offers are. Just take a look at the first one and you’ll see what I mean.
See what I mean about ‘different.’ What other casino is offering pizza?
This offer is for VIP members only, and you can only play slots to qualify (scratch cards and table games won’t count).
That wraps up most of their offers.
However, one other thing Big Rock Slots has – that I did not see on their sister sites I’ve reviewed thus far – are their trophies. Whenever you complete a ‘fun’ task, you’ll get a trophy. The more trophies you collect, the faster you’ll climb their ‘levels.’ Each level unlocks free spins, with more free spins awarded the higher up you climb.
If anything, this is one, if not the only reason to check Big Rock Slots out instead of one Jumpman Gaming’s other casinos.
They do. For every £1 you deposit, you’ll receive 1 Kudos. The number of Kudos you collect each month will determine your VIP level. There are 5 levels in total, with each one giving out more cashback, free spins and bonuses than the last.
Here’s their VIP chart to give you an idea of what you can expect to receive at each level:
|Level||Weekly Cashback||Free Spins||Birthday Bonus||Kudos Req|
|Expert||1%||5||Yes||101 – 1,000|
|Pro||3%||10||Yes||1,001 – 2,500|
|VIP||5%||25||Yes||2501 – 5,000|
Big Rock Slots offers a mish-mash of casino games from a handful of software companies. Those companies include iSoftBet, NetEnt, Eyecon and Cozy Games. There may be others, but without checking every individual game – or getting the details directly from Big Rock – there’s no way to be sure.
This will give you 200+ games to choose from. Most are slots, with a few video poker, table and misc. games mixed in.
We’ll look at a few examples of what you can play in the next section.
Most of what’s available here are slots. In fact, I wouldn’t bother signing up if what you want to play most are video poker or table games. You’ll just be left feeling unsatisfied.
But, what else would you expect from a casino named Big. Rock. Slots?
Anyway – let’s look at some of the games you can play. We’ll start with their slot machines.
For me, the games that stand out are Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (a movie I’ve watched dozens of times), Alice Adventure, Elements and Musketeer.
But even if you’re not into cheesy movie-themed slots, or slots revolving around old fairy tales, there’s still plenty of themes to play instead. Looking at the list I see horror, food, animals, stories and music. Which, of course, will also include 3 and 5-reel slots with bonus rounds, wilds, features, and more.
Slot players will definitely be satisfied here.
Now let’s look at some of the other games you can play here at Big Rock Slots. Your options include:
The video poker section is the weakest by far. Especially considering they’re working with NetEnt (at the very least). There’s no reason not have a few more video poker titles.
That goes for their table games too, though – admittedly – this is a much better list of games compared to what video poker players get.
Not only that, but NetEnt offers . Where are those? That would make this network of casinos so much better. You could forgive the lack of non-slot games if they added a few live dealer games to the mix.
Overall, I think they have just enough non-slot games to keep people satisfied. But I wouldn’t sign up here solely to play those games. There are just so many better online casinos out there if video poker, blackjack or other table games is what you prefer to play.
They only offer an instant play (browser) casino. That’s what I prefer, mostly because it’s the lightest and most convenient option. You can play from any newish Windows, Mac or Linux computer, so long as you have internet access.
Their casino is also compatible with iOS and Android devices, and possibly even newer Blackberry and Windows smartphone and tablet users, as well.
Let’s start with the things I’m not a big fan of:
Here’s what I do like about them:
The bottom line –
Of the Jumpman Gaming casinos I’ve reviewed so far, this is the most different, thus the one I like the most. But the trophy reward system doesn’t mean much when you compare them to other casino brands – especially in terms of their bonus terms, small cash out limits or vague company details.
For that reason, this – or any casino on this network – wouldn’t be my first choice. There are far better options out there. But, if you don’t mind or are willing to ignore their bonus terms and cash out limits, then I think there’s no reason not to check them out.