Not content with piling out Big Thunder Slots, Cheeky Casino and Slots Animal all within the space of a couple of weeks, Jumpman have now added Elf Slots to it’s group. Elf, we assume, is the sister site to Elf Bingo. Given that the sites pretty much offer the same games, slots and bingo we wouldn’t be surprised to see them merge at some point in time.
Win Up To 500 Spins At Elf Slots
New players to Elf Slots are welcomed with a spin the wheel bonus. Deposit a minimum of £10 to spin the Mega Reel and win up to 500 spins on Starburst. Other prizes include Amazon vouchers - up to a value of £10. Further spins of the Mega Reel are available when you reload with £20 or more. Any wins from the spins are paid as a bonus and come with a x65 wagering term. Note that in order to make your first withdrawal, at least £100 must have been wagered in real funds.
Promotions at Elf Slots include network regulars such as a Happy Hour every Wednesday for depositors. Login between 3pm and 7pm to spin the Mega Reel and see if you can win extra spins. Regular players can benefit from a VIP program plus Trophies are awarded the more you play. These Trophies move you up levels and generate more rewards. . Elf Slots doesn't offer any exclusive promotions but can be found on Facebook.
Elf Slots offers a good selection of slots and games that are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. You can find slots by A to Z, jackpot slots, newest additions, most popular and also your favourites. Popular slots include Temple Of Isis, Vikings Go Wild, Amazing Aztecs, Carnaval, Ali Baba, Thunder Struck II and Reel Rush. Some table games are available but there's no live casino. The bingo rooms offer 90 ball bingo from a few pennies. The big jackpot games are probably the only ones worth a look.
Play On The Move
No app is required to play Elf Slots on mobile. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access most of the slots that are available.
We’re confused by Elf Slots! It’s essentially Elf Bingo but in a slightly better looking wrapper. Given that bingo is a pretty poor affair on the Jumpman brands we anticipate some kind of Elf merger in the future. In fact, that’s the only reason we can see for Elf Slots. It doesn’t offer anything new to players and isn’t particularly exciting.
The Facebook page is a highlight, but there are still no exclusives. Jumpman need to consider slowing down their new site churning process and look at building some of their sites as brands. Elf doesn’t grab us as a slots brand and smacks of putting a site in place simply because a domain name is to hand.
On the plus side, the Jumpman platform does offer a good range of slots from plenty of providers. It’s constantly improving and if you like the Mega Reel bonus offer then all is good. Despite the Elf theme, something we’re not sure resonates for a slots site, it does look decent.