Cop Slots Review
Slots and bingo brands take all kinds of subject matters including law enforcement. Judge Bingo - which sadly closed in December 2019 - was the first but in November 2017 it was joined by Cop Slots. Sadly Robber Casino, Prison Guard Games and Parole Office Spins didn't follow suit. Cop Slots is a Jumpman Slots brand where you can be sentenced to play over 300 different games, win trophies and spin the Mega Reel.
Since it first arrived in 2017 Cop Slots has had a makeover. Sadly the original cartoon cops 'n' robbers scene has been dumped. This scene was the highlight of the site as it featured a very stressed looking copper. He was stressed because he'd parked his car at a bizarre angle and donuts had been stolen. The donut thief bizarrely was running towards the cop. We may have read more into the scene than necessary mind. The site now is a bit more stylish and is designed for mobile, tablet and desktop.
Win Up To 500 Spins
New players who register with Cop Slots who make a first deposit of £10 are invited to Spin The Mega Wheel for the chance to win up to 500 slot spins on either Net Entertainment's Starburst or Eyecon Games' Fluffy Favourites. There's also the chance to win Amazon vouchers but you could also come away with nothing at all! Wins from the spins are paid out as a bonus and therefore wagering terms of x65 do apply. Depositors are invited to make further spins of the Mega Wheel on deposits of £20 or more.
Jumpman slot brands boast an excellent range of games from many of the top providers. Login and you'll find hundreds of games from Pariplay, Yggdrasil, Eyecon Games, Net Entertainment and many more. The slots are categorised by new, popular, jackpots and A to Z. This is OK but you will have to use search for example to find the featured Megaways titles. Popular games at Cop Slots include Rainbow Riches, Masks Of Fire, Chilli Heat, Starburst, Bonanza, Mustang Gold and Reel King. The only law enforcement games we could find are Beat The Bobbies and I Am The Law.
Cop Slots Promotions
Roulette, blackjack and other table games are available to play at Cop Slots. A live casino channel has recently been added to Jumpman brands. However the options are limited. For example there are no game show titles such as Dreamcatcher or Monopoly. Bingo players are catered for with a revamped channel. Pragmatic Play's bingo rooms have recently (March 2020) replaced the Jumpman rooms and join the already established Bingo Millions product.
All the Cop Slots promotions are provided by the Jumpman Network. These include a new CashDrop game for qualifying depositors. Additional spins of the Mega Reel are offered on deposits of £20 or more plus they're offered as rewards. For example during Happy Hours every Wednesday. If you're a high roller then you are upgraded from the Mega Reel to the Turbo Wheel. The main difference between the two is that the segments on the Turbo one are boosted to 50 and 500 spins. Don't forget that whatever wheel you spin or how many spins you win, the wagering terms will always be in effect.
Cop Slots as a standalone site is good with plenty of choice when it comes to playing games, jackpots and even bingo online. However, as another addition to the Jumpman Slots Network it doesn't offer anything new. Back in 2017 we did say that "there's a danger too many additions to the network, with little or no exclusivity will dilute what is currently available". Well almost three years on and there's now 170 brands on the network and we're pretty sure that not one of them offers anything exclusive.
Of course that's not a reason to not choose Cop Slots. If you love slots then this is an arresting choice. What we do like about Jumpman is that they are always expanding their offering and tweaking things. The arrival of live casino and a revamped bingo section are most welcome. Hopefully in the future there will be more options with respects to the live games, improved promotions and a wider choice of progressive titles. One thing that is criminal at Cop Slots though is the £2.50 admin fee that now applies to withdrawals.