Castle Jackpot is a casino/slots brand on the Bede Gaming platform. Now owned by Leo Vegas, the site is part of a group of sites that includes Bingo Godz, 21.co.uk, Pink Casino and M Casino. You may well have seen Castle Jackpot featuring in it’s own TV ad recently. But what treasures does this casino have in store for would be Kings and Queens?
Castle Jackpot Welcomes New Players
Sign up as a new player to receive a no deposit welcome bonus. Players have four options here: £1 Free – 10 x Wins on First 10 Spins; £5 Free with Double Wins or £10 Free with No Enhancement. The final option, and our preferred one, is to turn down these offers. The reason we’d opt not to take the bonus is that it comes with a £990 wagering target.
The wagering target can be combined when you become a first time depositor. The welcome offer is 100% up to £100 with a minimum first deposit of £10. The wagering term for the bonus is x40. Wagering requirements must be met within 7 days or the bonus will expire and all bonus funds will be removed from the account.
Treasure Trove Of Slots
Castle Jackpot boasts a treasure trove of games from a host of providers. These providers include Blueprint Gaming, IGT, Net Entertainment, Core Gaming and Eyecon. Surprisingly most games offer free access demo play. Top slot titles include Safari Dream, Wish Upon A JAckpot, Genie Jackpots, Thundercats, Rainbow Riches, Wild Egypt and Esqueleto Mariachi.
As well as slots there is also a Live Casino, Blackjack, Roulette and Video Poker. A handful of instant wins are also available alongside a recently opened bingo channel. If you prefer progressives then you will find a selection of Jackpot King slots including Andy Capp and The Naked Gun.
If you’re looking for promotions then you may be disappointed. The offerings at Castle Jackpot are quite limited. At time of review there was a £1000 slots tournament, but we feel this is an exception rather than standard. However, you may wish to follow their Facebook account for details of bonuses and up and coming offers.
Deposit options are limited and the withdrawal terms raise a few concerns. For example, the site “reserve the right to pay individual withdrawal requests over £10,000 in monthly installments of £10,000”. A progressive jackpot winner or high roller may find these terms difficult. Accounts that are left for over 2 years will be classed as dormant and closed with any remaining funds being lost.
Will You Be King Or Queen Of The Castle
Castle Jackpot offers casino and slot players a lot of options. The no deposit bonus does make it stand out from the rest – mainly as everyone else has pretty much dropped their offers. However, the wagering terms are mammoth and therefore that makes the deal less attractive. We’d love to see more promotions and a squeeze on those wagering terms!
Overall, there’s plenty to like at the site. The theme does feel a bit dated but at least offers some character. Dilly! Dilly! Oops, wrong advert.