Star Wins is the latest incarnation of the Daily Star’s online gambling presence. Over the years they’ve had bingo and slot sites on other platforms. The most recent was with The Bear Group who were behind Spin Genie and Slingo.com. Sadly The Bear Group has closed and Star Wins has now moved to Jumpman. Mind you all the other networks previously used by The Daily Star have also closed so this could be a case of fourth time lucky. Players visiting Star Wins can play a number of top class slots, live casino games and online bingo.
New Player Welcome Bonus
New players to Star Wins are welcomed with an open the chest style bonus offer. Deposit a minimum of £10 to open the Loot Chest where you could 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 reach various levels with the Trophies reward program. 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 £10 must have been wagered in real funds. Note that a bonus on your first deposit is not guaranteed.
Star Wins offers a good selection of slots and games from many top providers such as Net Entertainment, Eyecon Games, Scientific Gaming, Slingo and Pragmatic Play. Amongst the many games you'll also find Megaways, Progressive Jackpots and Daily Drop Jackpots. A selection of table games including roulette and blackjack are available plus live casino games from Pragmatic Play are recent additions. Bingo is also available to play at Star Wins. Amongst the top titles are Fishin Frenzy, Fluffy Favourites, Wild West Gold, Fruit Shop Megaways Clover Rollover 2, Starburst, Fire Force, Emerald Gold, Reel King Megaways and Rainbow Riches.
Latest Player Promotions
Player promotions at Star Wins have changed recently. Cashback has been replaced by a new CashDrop game. Depositors get to play CashDrop the following day after a deposit for the chance to win cash prizes. There's also a Happy Hour every Wednesday. Play between 3pm and 7pm for the chance to win more spins. Wagering terms do still apply to bonuses. Other promos include the Trophies reward scheme and Winner Winner Chicken Dinner (yes really) where the player with the biggest single spin win every month gets a £50 Just Eat Voucher. Tournaments and prize draws are sometimes run by slot providers and these have become an much welcome addition to the promotions page. Star Wins doesn't offer any exclusive promotions by does have a social media presence on Facebook.
Mobile Casino & Payments
No app is required to play Star Wins on mobile. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to the majority of the slots, casino games and bingo rooms that are available. Depositing at Star Wins is easy and you can fund your account via mobile (although you may incur a fee) as well as Paypal, Paysafecard and debit cards. Note that there's no minimum withdrawal but all withdrawals are charged at £2.50.
Responsible gambling is important for Star Wins and they offer players a number of tools. To assist you when playing on the site a reality check system is in place. The Reality Check tool reminds you how long it has been since your gaming session began. Other tools include setting deposit limits, take a break and self-exclusion. Note that if you do want to self-exclude from Star Wins then the exclusion will also be effective on all other Jumpman sites. Self-exclusion can also be activated via Gamstop.
The Spin On Star Wins
It’s always exciting when a big brand jumps on to a new network. Will they bring something new to the table? Will there be anything exclusive? How will it stand out from the crowd? Sadly Star Wins doesn’t satisfy any of those questions and instead falls in line with the 170+ other Jumpman brands with the same slots, same promotions and same bingo. That all said the Jumpman is decent enough for slot players and the addition of new live casino games is also a positive. We would like to see more progressives, better organisation of the games and more sections such as Megaways. One thing that isn’t great though is the recently introduced £2.50 withdrawal fee.