Peachy Games has a very simple but fun design. It’s a little generic, a little bland, but it works and it doesn’t have any annoying pop-ups, menus, or other clutter getting in the way. It’s operated by Dazzletag Entertainment, a brand that few players will be familiar with and one that doesn’t own many other sites. But it’s also a company that has more than 10 years of experience in the iGaming sector, with Peachy Games seemingly serving as its flagship casino.
The Peachy Games welcome bonus is offered to all new players who deposit at least £10. It’s a 100% matched offer with a cap of £50. So, if you deposit £10, you’ll get £20 to play with. Deposit £50 or more, and you’ll pick up another £50.
You will also be given 20 free spins for use on the Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead slot. The free spins will land in your account within 24 hours after your deposit. They are credited as loyalty coins that can be redeemed in the “Fruit Shop”.
Speaking of loyalty coins, you will receive these when you deposit and play games in the casino. The more you play, the more you collect. When you have enough of them, head over to the Fruit Shop and spend them on bonuses and other perks.
Bear in mind that the free spins and credits are subject to wagering requirements and other conditions. The welcome bonus, for instance, has a 40x wagering requirement. So, if you get a £10 bonus, you’ll need to wager £400 before you can withdraw any of your winnings.
All bonuses on Peachy Games have a maximum cash out of £250. It doesn’t matter how much you receive or whether you receive them in the form of free spins or bonus credits, you’re always subject to this maximum cash out. If you win more than £250 and still have those funds when the wagering requirement ends, you’ll lose every penny over £250.
Games and Software
There are a lot of classic games on Peachy Games, including Fluffy Favourites, Starburst, and Gonzo’s Quest, but it also keeps things interesting with new slots and new variations of classics, such as The Dog House Multihold, Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, and Crabbin’ for Cash Extra Big Catch.
The games are neatly ordered, with big thumbnails, lots of colour, and some interesting categories like Slots, Bingo, Table Games, and Jackpots. It could have used a few more categories, including options for specific features, but I have the same complaint about every other online casino I’ve reviewed.
All of the games on Peachy Games work using instant play technology and they are compatible with mobile and desktop platforms.
Peachy Games has hundreds of slots and numerous live casino games, the latter of which come from the Evolution Gaming catalogue. Most of these are live game show titles, but there are also live variations of classics like roulette and blackjack.
You can tell a lot about a company’s professionalism and customer care by how they respond to negative reviews and complaints. If they don’t respond at all, it’s a concern, as it suggests they don’t care or get so many negative comments that they don’t have time. If they respond in a professional manner, it’s a fantastic sign. If they respond with passive aggressiveness and the equivalent of “I know you are, I said you are, so what am I?” it’s a concern.
Unfortunately, Peachy Games seems to fall into the latter category.
Upon reading through their Trustpilot reviews, I found an instance where they highlighted a player’s past reviews, noted that they were all negative, reminded them that gambling should be fun, and suggested they take some time to “self-reflect”. In another, they stated that there was probably no reply that would be accepted by the reviewer, before advising them to take responsible gambling advice.
Look, I get that casino reviewers can be aggressive and even unfair. They say that everything is rigged and they can get very insulting. But the replies are not there for them, they are there for everyone else. I want to see how a casino deals with a genuine complaint/concern, and if all I see is passive-aggressive replies that incite anger, it turns me off.
I’m not going to score the casino down for this, as it could just be my personal opinion. You might think differently. But if you ask me, they need a lot of improvement in this area.
Verdict: Peachy Games Review
Peachy Games is good, but not great. It has a lot to offer but falls short in some key areas. The customer support thing is an issue for me, but it might not be a problem for other players. The simplistic aesthetic is more of a problem and means the casino lacks depth and originality. As a result, I can’t score it as highly as the likes of Wink Slots and Foxy Bingo, but there’s still enough to make things interesting.
- Slots and Bingo Games
- Classic and New Titles
- Lots of Payment Options
- Jackpots and Promotions
- Overly Simple
- Limited Loyalty Offers
At a Glance
- Owner: Dazzletag Entertainment
- Support Options: Live Chat and Email
- Payment Methods: Web Wallets, Debit Cards, Vouchers
- Minimums: £10 for Deposits and Withdrawals
- Licence Holder:
Dazzletag Entertainment Limited
- Licence Number:
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Peachy Games FAQ
Who Owns Peachy Games?
Peachy Games is owned by Dazzletag Entertainment, a Malta-based operator that holds a license from the UK Gambling Commission. It’s not as big as developers like Jumpman Gaming (Rocket Bingo) and the Broadway Group (Blast Off Bingo), but it does own a few other sites.
What is the Best Way to Contact Peachy Games?
The easiest way to get in touch is to go through live chat. It’s available to everyone, not just members. Just click the little green message icon in the bottom-right of the screen, enter your name and email address, and chat with a support agent.
What Happens if I Have a Complaint?
You should always contact the casino in the first instance. Not only will it give them a chance to resolve the issue, but it looks good if you need to escalate the problem further down the line. It shows that you tried and didn’t just jump to escalation. If the support team can’t resolve your issue, you can go through the IBAS, of which Peachy Games is a member. They are an independent mediator and while they can be a little slow, they will typically find the fairest solution.
What Payment Methods Does Peachy Games Accept?
It accepts a number of deposit methods, including Skrill, Neteller, PayPal, Mastercard, Maestro, Visa, and Trustly.