The original Slingo.com powered by The Bear Group closed at the end of 2019. The site has since been relaunched as a SkillOnNet powered casino. Our review refers to the old site and is available for reference only.
Slingo.com is the third slots/casino brand on the Gaming Realms platform. It follows Spin Genie and Pocket Fruity into the same stable, but it’s origins stem back to social media as Slingo, a bingo and slot hybird, originally started as a Facebook game. It became a real gambling entity when Spin Genie was launched – and now it’s headlining it’s very own brand.
New players to Slingo can claim a 100% bonus – payable up to £100. Deposit £10 using debit/credit card to qualify for the bonus plus up to 50 spins on Slingo Reel Riches. You must play your 50 bonus spins within 7 days of them being awarded otherwise they will be forfeited. Wagering terms of x50 apply to bonuses. Slingo.com no longer offers players a no deposit bonus.
Should you like what you find at Slingo then you’ll be able to take advantage of a second deposit bonus – deposit up to £50 to get a 100% bonus. Again those x50 wagering terms will apply. Disappointingly that’s pretty much it on the promotions score, although there is a VIP programme. Slingo, Spin Genie and Pocket Win seem to rely on their games to attract players back and not through tournaments, prizes or otherwise.
As you’d expect Slingo has a good selection of slots. Among the top games are Family Guy, Cleopatra, Starburst, Balloonies, Super Monopoly Money, Raging Rhino, Irish Luck, Fluffy Too, Fluffy Favourites and of course Slingo. In fact there are now a multitude of Slingo games including Reel Extreme, Rainbow Riches, XXXtrme, Showdown, DOND Slingo and Singo X Factor. These are joined by the bingo/slots crossover game Slingo Boom. Note that you can play this for free at selected times during the day.
Gaming Realms have other exclusive games on their roster. These include Dancing On Ice, Pigasus, Magic Mine, Bar-X Colossal, Pay Of The Dead and The Price Is Right. These are joined by table games, video poker, live casino and instant wins. Most games are accesible via mobile, desktop and tablet.
Promotions are limited at Slingo.com. However they do pop up from time to time and when they do they’re usually pretty decent. For example to celebrate their Pay Of The Dead game players had the chance to win a trip to Mexico. You may want to follow the brand on Facebook as there are regular promos on there (and not many entries).
Slingo.com has become the main brand in the Gaming Realms stable, which is good for everyone except Spin Genie and Pocket Fruity. The latter don’t have a no deposit bonus or deposit bonus, so newbies may prefer Slingo.com over them. Even more so when Slingo.com tends to have all the best games, which does make it’s early doors sister sites a little bit redundent. That aside, Slingo.com offers a good selection of games and something different. However, you need to be a big fan of Slingo – and not all the variations on offer are that appealing.