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Welcome to our EasySlots.com review.
Easy Slots is a brand-new casino, so we thought it would be helpful to give you our first impression of their banking options, promotions and games.
And to answer the question – are they worth your time and money in 2018?
We’ll give you our answer later on, as well as tell you what we like and don’t like about them along the way.
Easy Slots – like many of its sister brands – doesn’t have an about page on their website. There’s not much information about them on the web, either, because of how new they are.
This is a slight issue because some people want to know about the company they’re about to do business with. Especially a new business in an industry riddled with scams.
But here’s what I CAN tell you.
Easy Slots launched in June 2017. They’re part of the Jumpman Gaming Network of bingo and casino brands. Some of the other brands on their network include: Lucky Admiral, Big City Slots, Top Dog Slots and Slot Shack.
They’re also licensed by the UK Gambling Commission (‘UKGC’) and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (‘AGCC’). You can see their license information on their site, under details.
EasySlots.com is brand-new – they don’t have a reputation. There are only a couple of other reviews about them on the web.
You can learn a little more about them and their parent company, Jumpman Gaming, by visiting Jumpman’s website.
Other than that, of the casinos and bingo brands I’ve read reviews for – other than ThePogg.com – they all have average ratings. So, I’d assume Easy Slots will be the same – at least until they get a few months under their belt and show us their true colors.
Players from the following countries can NOT join EasySlots.com:
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EasySlots.com doesn’t have a banking page. I have no clue why – you’d think this would be important information people would want before they create an account.
Anyway, who knows. But I did manage to find their banking details… in an odd place – within their terms and conditions.
The payment methods they accept include:
Their banking limits range from $10 to $5,000 per day, $10,000 per week and $20,000 per month.
For cash out options, you’ll be limited to the options you used to make a deposit. The only exception is Pay by Mobile.
The minimum cash out is $30, and you’re limited to 2 withdrawal requests every 24-hour rolling period. Cash outs will undergo a 48-hour pending period before it’s processed.
The max you can cash out is $1,000 per day, $3,000 per week or $5,000 per month. What sucks about this is that it DOESN’T exclude progressive jackpot wins.
This might not suck so much if you win $10,000 or $20,000 – it’ll only take a few months to collect all your winnings. But if you win $100,000 or something huge like $1 million, then it can take years to collect all your money.
If you still don’t see why this is messed up, then let me ask you this – how many new casinos do you know of that’s managed to stick around for more than a couple years? Or, how many casinos do you know to be honest enough to make all the payments they agreed to (especially if they went out of business)?
It’s definitely far less than I care to think about. But it’s something you need to think about before you play here – even more so if your plan is to play progressive games.
Yes. I have mixed feelings about it though.
The offer is a 100% match bonus up to $200. You’ll also receive 20 free spins for their Starburst slot machine.
That’s pretty cool. The best part is this offer is good for your 2nd and 3rd deposit too, which means you can earn as much as $600 and 60 free spin.
Now for the bad news…
The playthrough on this offer is 65x the deposit and bonus – or about 130x total. This is highway robbery when you consider that other sites are in the 30-80x (total) range. And that’s for slot players, which makes this playthrough even crazier yet.
Then if you get through the playthrough, the max you can convert and cash out is $500. So, all that work and all you get to show for it is $500.
You’ll also want to remember that the following games do not contribute towards the wagering requirement:
The bottom line – I think it’s a far better use of your time to skip this offer. If you really need a deposit bonus, I’d go to a different casino.
They got a few offers. Here are the details.
This is one of the most unique offers I’ve seen recently.
What’s more is that they also have a Trophy Race promo. This is straightforward – the first person to collect 75 trophies will win $1,500 – which is on top of the 165 free spins you’ll collect along the way.
Easy Slots has a VIP program.
Most VIP programs are based on how much money you spend. Easy Slots does it a little different. Instead of giving you points based on how much you bet, they give you points based on how much you deposit.
They call their points ‘Kudos.’ And for every $1 you deposit, you’ll receive 1 Kudos.
Kudos will determine your VIP level, and thus the perks you’re eligible to receive. The following is a chart showing you the different levels and perks for each one.
|Level||Weekly Cashback||Free Spins||Birthday Bonus||Kudos Req|
|Newbie||No||0||Yes||Up to 100 Kudos|
|Expert||No||5||Yes||101 – 1,000|
|Pro||3%||10||Yes||1,001 – 2,500|
|VIP||5%||25||Yes||2501 – 5,000|
Most of Jumpmans’s casinos use this VIP program, and they’re all the same. Except for Easy Slots Casino.
They’re different in that they don’t give the 1% cashback to Expert members like their sister casinos do. It’s a small difference, but hey, cashback is cashback – it all adds up.
Other than that, though, it’s all the same. That also includes what it takes to maintain your VIP level. Like most sites it’s based on how much you bet each month.
Here’s how this works at EasySlots.com:
Overall, this is an okay VIP program. I’d like to see a few more offers, namely reload bonuses, higher table limits and higher cash out limits. Because, right now, the only perk worth bragging about is the cash back.
But hopefully this chart is only the start of good things to come.
EasySlots.com offers 200-250+ casino games, which includes mostly slots, a couple video poker games and a handful of table and card games.
Their games come from software companies such as NetEnt, Eyecon, Cozy Games and iSoftBet.
They don’t have download, only an instant play (browser) casino. So, as long as you can use common browsers like Safari, Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer, you should be okay. That usually includes Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
Mobile users should be good too – at least those using iOS and Android powered phones and tablets. If you’re using Blackberry or Windows, I’d still give Easy Slots a shot – just know it might be hit or miss.
EasySlots.com – and most, if not all of their sister brands – offer mostly slots. So, we’ll start with those first.
I’m a big fan of licensed slot machines. So, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters stands out. I didn’t watch the show, but Beverly Hills 90201 is another one.
But look at the list above and you’ll see that there are TONS of other slot titles and themes. I see slots revolving around fairy tales, fables, holidays, animals, vampires, horror and music.
Clearly, with the caliber of software providers EasySlots.com is working with, you’ll have no shortage of 3 and 5-reel machines with features, bonus rounds and more.
Not only that, but EasySlots.com has a promotion where you’ll earn points based on the amount you bet each spin. The number of points you accumulate will earn you a place on their leaderboard. The top 25 gets a chunk of their weekly $1,000 prize.
Here’s how their points system works:
Now let’s look at some of the other games you can play.
Weak selection. Totally weak. You can easily add 10+ video poker titles to this list considering the software companies they work with. And that doesn’t even include the multi-hand variants most casinos have.
Okay, so I have a love/hate relationship with this list.
The bad news is that it could be double or even triple in size. There are just so many table and card games out there, never mind that every software company usually makes THEIR version of it.
The good news is that at least this list doesn’t consist of only blackjack and roulette variants. Many casinos have a shortlist of table games like this, but make the mistake of offering 3 blackjack variants, 4 roulette variants, and then maybe baccarat.
So, I think general casino players will be happy with this list. But I think hardcore table game players will want to go elsewhere.
Overall – they have an okay selection of games. But I expect far more from this considering that one of their software providers is NetEnt. How do you not have more of everything – slots, table games – OH! – and table games. NetEnt has their own live dealer setup – how does EasySlots.com not offer a couple live dealer games?
The other thing I noticed is that the games took a little longer to load here compared to other Jumpman brands. But it didn’t take THAT long, and it’s certainly not a deal-breaker if you’re comparing casinos on the network.
Here we are at the end. So, what do we think? Is Easy Slots Casino worth your time and money in 2017? Here are some of my thoughts.
My 3 biggest complaints are:
I do like the unique of some of their offers, like the pizza voucher or free spins with deposits after midnight on Tuesdays. They also have a decent selection of slots, and an okay game selection overall.
The bottom line – there are far better choices out there – 888, Will Hill, Bet365, etc. I’d definitely make sure I have an account at one of those casinos before considering a casino like Easy Slots.