Peachy Games was launched in 2019 as a new brand from the Dazzletag stable. This means that it joins Play Sunny and BingoCams, alongside some other new brands (e.g. Fruit Kings and Casushi). When it first launched we can’t say we were particularly impressed with Peachy Games. It lacked quality and quantity in terms of slots and live casino games. However in recent months the roster as Peachy and it’s sister brands has improved dramatically thanks to game deals with the likes of Red Tiger and Evolution Gaming.
Peachy Games Welcome Bonus
Sign up as a new player with a minimum deposit of £20 to receive a 100% bonus up to £50 plus 20 bonus spins on Starburst. Any wins from the spins will be added as a bonus and will be subject to wagering terms. For Peachy Games the terms are set at x40 which is reasonable for a slots brand. Visit the site for more details and information. Do note the expiry dates of these bonuses – for the main bonus this is 30 days but for the spins it’s just 2 days. We assume most people play their bonus spins pretty much straightaway!?
Slots At Peachy Games
Peachy Games boasts slots from many of the main operators. These include Big Time Gaming, Evolution, Blueprint, El Studios, Microgaming, Gamevy, Yggdrasil, Scientific Gaming, Red Tiger and Eyecon. The slots are categorised by popular, all and jackpots. Whilst this is OK it would be nice to have better categorisation. For example by operator, theme, number of lines etc. In the popular section you’ll find titles such as Fluffy Favourites, Immortal Romance, Hades River Of Souls, Gonzo’s Quest, Rainbow Riches, Bonanza, Wish Upon A Jackpot, Irish Luck and Fishin’ Frenzy Megaways.
The table games and live casino sections of Peachy have been improved in recent times thanks to the addition of Evolution Games. This means you can now play the likes of Mega Ball, Deal Or No Deal Live, Dream Catcher and Football Studio. These are joined by multiple options for roulette and blackjack, poker and video poker. Mind you don’t get too excited by the latter because we only found four variants of poker and video poker. Having a section for ‘Jacks Or Better’ whilst nothing for ‘new slots’ does seem an odd decision?
Peachy Games Promotions
The promotions page of Peachy Games is pretty light. The main offer for regular players are loyalty points. When you play at the site you’ll earn Peachy Points. These can be converted to spin bonuses in the Fruit Shop. For example 10 Peachy Points will get you 10 x 10p spins on Aloha Cluster Pays. Look out too for the Peachy Treat game which gives you the chance to win more points. More details of the loyalty program can be found at the site and this includes a scheme for selected players. Given the mix of slots on the site we’d be surprised if tournaments and prize draws run by operators and shared across other brands weren’t included on Peachy.
Since it’s launch the player terms for Peachy have changed. The minimum deposit is now £10 although the minimum withdrawal is £25 – we’d like to see that reduced. The welcome offer is reasonable and wagering terms on par with many other slot brands. One element of the terms that doesn’t seem quite fair is that “Progressive Jackpot Winnings will only be awarded to players who have made a deposit in the previous 3 months”. We assume that this wouldn’t effect most regular players but even so if you have deposited and are playing your real cash then you have as much right to win a progressive as any other player.
The Spins Verdict
When Peachy launched it’s safe to say we didn’t feel it was worth a look. However now that the roster of games on the brand has increased then it offers players an excellent selection of well known slots. The addition of casino and live casino games is also a positive. The site is optimised for mobile and it’s easy to navigate. We would like to see better categorisation of the slots – and at the very least a section for new games. The welcome offer is attractive although we’d prefer if the award was for a minimum deposit of £10 rather than £20. Overall though it’s nice to see a different network of sites emerging that aren’t on Dragonfish and Jumpman.