Slotzo is a UK-licensed casino from Jupiter Gaming, with the games provided by AG Communications Limited. It has a design that looks like a 1980s attempt at futuristic—right out of Robocop and Tron. There’s plenty of purple and black (because…future) and it’s quite easy on the eye.
As someone who has relentlessly moaned above generic casino designs and the complete lack of originality, I have to give credit to these guys for doing something distinctive.
The Slotzo welcome bonus promises up to £150 and 50 free spins spread across your first two deposits with the site. You must deposit at least £20 in both instances and will be given the following:
- 100% boost on your first deposit (up to £50) with 20 free spins
- 50% boost on your second deposit (up to £100) with 30 free spins
The bonus caps are a little on the low side, especially for the first bonus, but that’s one of the few limiting terms. The wagering requirement is only 35x, which is a fraction of the 65x you’ll find on sites like Fairground Slots. There is also a win cap of £100 for the free spins, which is very generous for a bundle of 50 spins.
The free spins are limited to specific slot machines and you have 24 hours to use them from the moment they are released. At the time of writing, the slots include Book of Dead and Starburst, but that is subject to change, so check the terms and conditions.
As impressive as the welcome bonus is on Slotzo, it’s not supported by a great deal of loyalty offers. There are a few free spin offers and reload offers on occasion, but this is one of the areas where Slotzo falls a little flat.
Keep an eye on the promotions page to see what’s active at the time that you deposit. Make sure you check the terms and conditions, as the minimum deposit amount is usually a little higher on Slotzo than it is elsewhere and there may also be restrictions for players who use web wallets like Skrill and Neteller.
According to the FAQs, there is a rewards points program, which is promising, but it is listed as being for “non-UK players only”, which is disappointing, to say the least.
Slots and Other Casino Games
Slotzo has added a variety of top-tier developers to its games room, including:
- Play’n Go
- Red Tiger Gaming
- Pragmatic Play
- Blueprint Gaming
These developers are responsible for some of the most popular slot games in the United Kingdom, including Book of Dead, Gonzo’s Quest, Wolf Gold, Big Bass Bonanza, John Hunter and the Tomb of the Scarab Queen, and Eye of Horus.
It is home to more than 1,000 slot machines and dozens of other casino games, and it spans features such as Megaways, progressive jackpots, Hold and Win, and Cluster Pays. You will also find additional casino and developer-specific features, including Drops and Wins.
As with most casinos, it doesn’t give you the option to search by game feature, but there are options to search by theme, which is a welcome addition. You can narrow the list down based on themes such as Egypt, Adventure, Jewel, Fish, and Jungle.
All games on Slotzo are available on iOS and Android devices. Just connect via your mobile browser and you can play directly.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Slotzo accepts Visa, Mastercard, bank transfers, PayPal, Skrill, and Neteller. Withdrawal times for these payment methods are listed as anywhere from instant to 6 days. It’s a pretty broad range, but most methods will give you your cash in a couple of days.
You may be asked to submit additional verification documents before your withdrawal is processed. Your basic info should be verified when you first join, as the UK Gambling Commission insists that all sites verify their players before they deposit and play. But the site can request additional documents if they need to perform security checks or run a source of funds request.
If you have an issue processing payments, the Slotzo support team is open 7 days a week and only closes during the early morning hours. It uses a contact form and you should get a response within a few hours or a day at the most.
Slotzo Review Summary 4/5
Slotzo looks great, has a very fluid design, and welcomes all players with an excellent welcome package bonus. There are no strict restrictions ruining the bonus and it is spread over two deposits, so you could still be using bonus credits and free spins long after your first deposit is over.
The games are good as well, with the option to search by themes, lots of top developers, and more than 1,000 titles to choose from. The biggest downside is the lack of loyalty bonuses. I would have liked to see a loyalty promotion that UK players can actually join, as well as a few more reload offers and free spin bundles.
It’s an excellent site on the whole, but it needs a few more promotions to get top marks.
- Good welcome bonus
- Over 1,000 games
- Jackpot games
- Live casino games
- PayPal accepted
- Limited loyalty bonuses
- Most withdrawals are not instant
At a Glance
- Owner : AG Communications Limited
- Founding Date : 2019
- Total Games: Over 1,000
- Developers:: NetEnt, Microgaming, Red Tiger, over 20 others
- Licence Holder:
AG Communications Limited
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How many games does Slotzo have?
There are over 1,000 games on Slotzo. The majority of these are slot machines, but it also has a good variety of live casino games, interactive titles, and RNG table games.
Does Slotzo have jackpots and Megaways games?
Yes, there are dozens of Megaways games on Slotzo. You will also find a few different progressive jackpot slots, including the excellent Jackpot King games from Blueprint Gaming.
What is the wagering requirement on Slotzo?
It varies, but the welcome bonus currently lists a wagering requirement of 35x. This means that you must wager £700 if you deposit £20 (the minimum amount needed for the bonus). Only when you clear this amount can you make a withdrawal.
Who owns Slotzo?
Slotzo is owned by Jupiter Gaming, but the games are provided by Aspire Global. The latter has provided games and gambling-related services for a huge number of online gambling sites.