Jumpman Slots Sites
One of the biggest networks of slot brands is powered by Jumpman Gaming. At time of writing it now comprises over 130 different sites. These include sites on the 15 Network, originally launched as a bingo product, and those on the Jumpman Slots Network. A third group of sites, Wheel Of Slots, has since been merged into the two groups. In fact you’d be hard pressed to note any differences between 15 Network and Jumpman Slot brands. This is because they pretty much offer the same slots, bingo and offers to players.
One of the main features of these brands is the Mega Reel. The Mega Reel – or variants like the Loot Chest – offers depositors the chance to win up to 500 spins on a selected slot (x65 wagering terms and maximum conversion terms apply to wins from spins). Spins of the reel are available on first deposit (£10 minimum) and subsequent deposits of £20+. A Turbo Reel – an improved rewards wheel – is available to high rollers who deposit £100 or more.
Whilst the spin the wheel bonus may not appeal to some players, the variety of slots on offer is pretty good. Login and you’ll find popular games from Yggdrasil, Net Entertainment, Eyecon, Pragmatic Play and Quickspin. Titles from Tom Horn Gaming, Leander Gaming and Red Tiger Gaming are also in the mix. Popular slots include Rainbow Riches Megaways, Great Rhino, Fluffy Favourites, Beat Bots, Wish Upon A Jackpot, Fishin Frenzy Megaways, Starburst, Mustang Gold, Fluffy Too and Bonanza In 2018, a bingo channel was added to all the Jumpman Slots sites. This comprises a handful of rooms including Bingo Millions.
Where To Play Jumpman Slots?
The sites reviewed below represent just some of the brands on the various Jumpman software powered networks. Touch Spins, Spin Fortunes, British Spins, Slotzilla, Avenger Slots, Welcome Slots, Target Slots, Isle Of Wins, Pinball Slots and Pioneer Slots are just some of the recent additions. We have chosen not to feature all 130+ brands because other than to get the same welcome bonus and play the same slots there’s no reason why you’d want/need to read the same review that many times.