Castle Jackpot Review
Castle Jackpot was one of the original brands launched by Gaming Realms. Like it's sister site, Bingo Godz, it had a huge fanfare of a launch - but neither managed to live up to expectation. This resulted in the Bede Gaming powered sites being sold. In 2018 both were sold again - this time to LeoVegas. Bingo Godz is closing down, but Castle Jackpot - so far - is still ticking over.
With new owners, we anticipate that Castle Jackpot will make numerous changes in the coming months. However for now, new players are still offered a £10 no deposit bonus. This comes with a x99 term that must be met within 720 hours before any wins can be withdrawn. We're not a fan of this hefty term and advise caution before accepting it.
100% Welcome Bonus
If you like what's on offer at Castle Jackpot then there's a 100% bonus up to £50 for first time depositors. This bonus comes with a x40 wagering term - which is more in line with other casinos and slots sites. Note that both the no deposit and welcome bonus have maximum wager limits of £5. See site for more details.
Why play at Castle Jackpot? Well it boasts slots from a number of top providers including NetEnt, Barcrest, IGT, Microgaming, Blueprint Gaming, Eyecon, Bally, Red Tiger and many others. Access is via desktop, mobile and tablet - plus there are apps available to download from Apple and Google Play.
Live Casino & Bingo
Popular slots include King Kong Cash, Da Vinci Diamonds, Luck Of The Irish, Action Bank, Wish Upon A Jackpot and Cleopatra. These are joined by a handful of jackpot slots such as The Naked Gun and Deal Or No Deal. Live Casino, roulette, blackjack and instant wins make up the games offering. There are video poker games but you need to search to locate them! Surprisingly, Castle Jackpot has also added bingo to it's channels.
Promotions are limited at Castle Jackpot. At time of writing there was only a losses cashback offer available. There is a VIP Club that offers extra incentives and bonuses however this is invite only. LeoVegas does tend to run more interesting promos and we can only hope that things improve at Castle Jackpot going forward into 2019. Without them then it may well suffer the same fate as Bingo Godz.
Castle Jackpot does have limitations. The selection of slots could be better, especially in terms of progressive jackpots. Payment options are also limited as players are unable to use Neteller and Paypal. On a positive note, players can withdraw up to £175,000 max per day - and improvement since LeoVegas took over the reigns.
Should you play at Castle Jackpot? There's plenty to like at CJ including it's range of slots from multiple providers, live casinos and instant games. We're not sure the bingo adds much to proceedings. The deposit bonus is decent and it's usually good to see a no deposit bonus, but not with x99 wagering terms.