Regal Wins is a simply-designed online casino from Rank Interactive. It proudly calls itself “one of the UK’s favourite online casino sites”. I’m not sure about that, but it definitely has the pedigree, and as you’ll see in the following review, it also has a good selection of games and bonuses.
If your first deposit is at least £20, it will be boosted 100% up to £500. The bonus credits are available on slot machines only, you have 7 days to use them, and the offer needs to be selected via the cashier to be unlocked.
The minimum deposit is a little high and may be out of reach for players who typically deposit just £5 or £10 at a time. But the main issue is the wagering requirement. At 50x, it doesn’t look too bad initially, but it applies to both the deposit and the bonus, so it effectively becomes a 100x wagering requirement.
For instance, if you deposit £100 for an additional £100, you’ll need to clear £10,000 before any of those funds can be withdrawn. Needless to say, the odds of you having any cash left to withdraw after that is pretty slim.
What’s more, the bonus has a maximum payout of 5x. So, if you turn that £100 bonus into £1,000 worth of cash, you will lose £500.
Regal Wins has a loyalty program that gives you points every time you play. When you have received 1,000 loyalty points, you can trade them for £1 in bonus credits. Those credits must be wagered at least 10 times before they can be withdrawn.
Again, it’s a bonus that seems very promising on the surface but is ultimately let down by the wagering requirement. Usually, loyalty programs give you cash that you can withdraw straight away. It’s only fair, as you’ve basically done all of your wagering just to unlock those funds. It means that this is one of the weakest loyalty programs out there and just doesn’t compare to the ones found on the biggest bingo and slot sites.
Games and Software
The layout of Regal Wins is very simple. It adopts a deep black aesthetic with gold accents to achieve its “regal” look, and it has a few basic menus and filter options for browsing its games. For instance, along with the usual “Slots” and “Table Game” options, there’s a category for “Top 10 UK Games”, which is nearly always filled with Rainbow Riches, Starburst, and other well-worn titles, as well as a High Roller Club for high-stake games.
It has separate sections for Slingo and Megaways, and there is also an interesting Studio Spotlight section. Usually, this would just be another excuse to showcase NetEnt or Microgaming and shove Immortal Romance, Gonzo’s Quest, and Fluffy Favourites down our throats for the millionth time. But in this case, it actually showcases some lesser-known developers.
At the time of writing, for instance, Fantasma are in the spotlight. It’s a developer I didn’t know a lot about going into this review but one that I will definitely be looking out for in the future.
In addition to the hundreds of slot games, Regal Wins has a live casino stacked with titles from the excellent Evolution Gaming, as well as RNG table games, virtual scratch games, and lottery games. Everything is mobile-friendly but it also looks good and works well on desktop, which is becoming increasingly rare as operators shift their focus to mobile players.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Although Regal Wins doesn’t have the widest selection of payment methods, it does cover all the basics and will meet the needs of most players. You can use PayPal, Mastercard, Visa, and Paysafecard to deposit, with all but the latter available for withdrawals. The minimum deposit and withdrawal amount is just £10 and you’ll need to withdraw to the same method that you used to deposit, at least until the deposit amount has been repaid.
UK casinos don’t have as many options as non-UK sites. We have yet to embrace the cryptocurrency revolution and there are also a number of web wallets that are common elsewhere and uncommon here. The main omissions, however, are ApplePay, GooglePay, and Pay By Mobile. There’s a chance that these are your preferred payment options, in which case you’ll be a little frustrated with the selection. But you’re in the minority if that’s the case.
Verdict: Regal Wins Review
Regal Wins is a good site. That’s about it. It’s a little too generic to be amazing. It doesn’t do anything unique or have any original designs, so it doesn’t stand out in the same way as Foxy Games and Wink Slots. It could also use a few extra payment methods to cater to players who don’t use debit cards or PayPal, as well as more user-friendly wagering requirements. But these are minor issues, and it does have some good games, big jackpots, and a variety of promotions.
It’s hard to fault that, so while it doesn’t deserve the full 5/5, it definitely warrants 4/5.
- Good Selection of Games
- PayPal Accepted
- Many Promotions
- Loyalty Scheme
- Strict Bonus Terms
- Fairly Generic Design
At a Glance
- Owner: : Rank Interactive
- Payment Options: PayPal, Debit Cards, Paysafecard
- Licenses: Gibraltar and UK
- Developers: Microgaming, NetEnt, IGT, Light & Wonder
- Licence Holder:
Rank Interactive (Gibraltar) Limited
- Licence Number:
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Regal Wins FAQ
Who Owns Regal Wins?
Regal Wins is owned and operated by Rank Interactive, a Gibraltar-based operator that has a hand in running a number of other gambling sites. It’s a name you may have encountered before on your travels and one that has been covered numerous times here on Bingo Paradise.
Is Regal Wins Licensed?
Yes. It holds a license from the United Kingdom Gambling Commission, which covers all players in the UK. For those outside the UK, Regal Wins is licensed by the authorities of Gibraltar.
What are the Minimum Deposit and Withdrawal Requirements?
You must deposit at least £10 and will need to withdraw the same amount as well. You can’t withdraw using Paysafecard, but the other methods are all available for withdrawals.
How Long Do Withdrawals Take?
Regal Wins has enabled Faster Payments on debit cards, so you shouldn’t need to wait more than a few hours for most payments. However, the site asks you to wait for at least 3 days for all withdrawals to process, allowing for any unexpected delays.