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At A Glance

PlayOJO

P J Aitken
Last update: 03/03/2021

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If you can read the words “PlayOJO” without a fun little jingle playing in your head, then you clearly don’t watch TV as much as I do.

It’s a gambling site that puts the players first. I know what you’re thinking, “I’ve heard that before”. It’s true. In fact, I’ve been a casino content writer for over a decade. I’ve written countless taglines and promotional pieces, and I’m pretty sure I’ve penned that exact phrase hundreds of times. But the uniqueness of PlayOJO extends far beyond a half-hearted tagline and it really does strive to be different.

Whether it succeeds or not is for you to decide. It’s also the subject of this PlayOJO review.

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The PlayOJO Difference

Play OJO isn’t exactly unique in the strictest sense of the word, but there are a few ways in which it offers an interesting gaming experience. For instance, it claims to be completely safe and fair, and while this is a respectable claim to make, it’s also one that can be made by 100% of regulated online casinos.

After all, if they weren’t fair they wouldn’t be regulated. This statement probably stems from the fact that many aggrieved players cry foul as soon as they lose, and while the games are definitely not rigged, the fact that players believe they are is enough for PlayOJO to stand out.

One of the areas in which PlayOJO really does differ is with regard to its bonus terms. It doesn’t restrict you with wagering requirements, time limits, cash out limits, and other frustrating terms that have become commonplace in the industry. Of course, the bonuses are a little smaller to account for this, and you’re not going to find a massive matched deposit offer, but there are plenty of free spins and free tickets.

Welcome Offer

The PlayOJO Welcome Offer is where the casino’s transparency promise comes into play. All new players are invited to collect 50 Free Spins or 50 Bingo Tickets with a deposit of at least £10. The spins are for the Book of Dead slot and have a value of £0.10 each; the tickets are fixed to the Amigo Room and can go up to £0.25.

The Bingo Offer also comes with 10 Free Spins and both offers give you a 1 free turn of the Prize Twister Wheel, where you can win a random cash amount or a bundle of spins.

There are a couple of things to note here. Firstly, it’s rare for casinos to tell you how much each spin is worth when offering Free Spin promotions. It’s something that has always infuriated me because an offer of “100 spins” means very little if they are worth just £0.01 each while “10 spins” is huge if they are worth £1 each.

Secondly, there are no wagering requirements. You keep what you win and are free to withdraw it.

Promotions

PlayOJO promotions are known as “Kickers”. They are small rewards that are regularly given to loyal players to encourage them to keep depositing. They are only valid for 24 hours, but once one bonus disappears another one will appear in its place.

There is also a Loyalty Club known as Club OJO, where you can turn regular deposits and play into a host of additional prizes and cashback offers. You’ll be given access to the club as soon as you join the site and you can start working your way through the levels from there.

Slots and Bingo Room

Many bingo sites keep it simple when it comes to slots and table games, averaging around 500 in total. But PlayOJO bucks this trend with a massive roster of more than 3,000 games.

Take your pick from progressive jackpot slots, bonus slots, card games, scratch cards, and more, all provided by the likes of IGT, Blueprint Gaming, Yggdrasil Gaming, NetEnt, Microgaming, Elk, Big Time Gaming, and Evolution Gaming.

On the bingo side of things, there are multiple games every hour and these occur across a variety of rooms, including the Amigo Room, Disco Room, and Rodeo Room. There are thousands of pounds in prizes up for grabs and a few unique creations to explore, including the Masked Singer Bingo.

Depositing and Withdrawing

PlayOJO accepts deposits using Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, ecoPayz, Maestro, and MuchBetter, along with a few other options. Most of these are available for withdrawals, as well as deposits, and there is a minimum deposit of £10 and a minimum withdrawal of £20.

The minimum withdrawals for Visa and Mastercard are actually listed as £0, which is both refreshing to see and incredibly odd.

Who’s withdrawing £0, and, more importantly, am I missing out by not withdrawing £0?

PlayOJO Review Summary

PlayOJO doesn’t revolutionise the online casino industry. It’s not completely different from everything else that’s out there right now, but there are a few intriguing features, including the lack of wagering requirements, daily offers, and some low withdrawal minimums on popular payment methods.

    Pros

  • No Wagering Requirements
  • Friendly and Fun
  • Stacks of Games
  • Lots of Little Rewards
  • Tries to be Different

    Cons

  • Not Compatible with Big Matched Offers

At a Glance

  • Brand: A Skill on Net Site
  • Platform: A Unique Platform
  • Terms: No Wagering Requirements
  • Games: Over 3,000

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Play OJO FAQ

  • What Does OJO Stand For?

    According to the Play OJO website, it stands for “simple, thrilling, mind-expanding power of play”, and a few other statements that don’t actually answer the question in a literal way. I’d be intrigued to know what, if anything, the word “OJO” stood for, but the fact that it isn’t addressed tells me that it probably doesn’t stand for anything. Maybe it doesn’t stand for anything and they just like the fact that the words look like an owl’s eyes.

  • What’s the Catch?

    The fact that there are no wagering requirements might come as a surprise to experienced casino players, but there is a catch…in a way. Simply put, instead of giving you a huge sum of bonus credits, you’ll get occasional small rewards in the form of cashback and spins, both of which encourage you to play and help to balance the odds a little.

  • Who Owns Play OJO?

    Play OJO is owned and operated by Skill on Net, a company that has been active in the online gambling industry for many years now.

  • Play OJO is owned and operated by Skill on Net, a company that has been active in the online gambling industry for many years now.

    Yes! It’s one of the many options that the casino accepts and it is available for both deposits and withdrawals.

  • How Many Games Does Play OJO Have?

    Play OJO has over 3,000 games for you to explore, including a variety of slots and bingo titles.

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