Mambo Slots Casino Review
Mambo Slots Casino is just like every other casino in the Cozy Games group portfolio, only worse in most aspects. There are even fewer games, for whatever reason. Some slots from Microgaming and NetEnt are nice, but there are not many of them, and they’ll hardly keep you entertained for long. The welcome bonus is more or less fine (maybe “less” after all, because of some annoying limits and creepy bonus terms). You will get a 100% match bonus up to €200 on your first deposit and will need to wager the bonus amount 40 times. However, the order of your funds deduction make this bonus almost useless. Check this place out, but keep your expectations low.
- License from the UK;
- 24/7 support, including live chat;
- Low withdrawal limit - €5,000 per month;
- Poor game library;
- No live games;
- Creepy bonus terms.
Mambo Slots Casino opened in 2014, as a part of Cozy Games Management LTD group. All casinos in the group are licensed by both the Isle of Man Gambling Commission and the UK Gambling Commission. They are also protected with SSL encryption, which turns all your sensitive data into unreadable codes.
The website doesn’t look too good. All the parts seem to be alright - dark theme with colorful spots here and there, hi-res images, completely instant-play lobby - but they somehow don’t fit together well. Maybe it’s because of the lobby, that looks like it’s been torn out from some other website. Or maybe we’re just being too picky and you’ll find it alright.
The website doesn’t look too good. All the parts seem to be alright, but they somehow don’t fit together well.
Banking: The deposit and withdrawal options are alright, and include PayPal, Neteller, Visa/Mastercard, Paysafecard, Bank Wire, and a couple more. Everything else is not that cool. The processing time takes around 3-4 days, which is too long. The withdrawal limits are just extremely low - €1,000 per day, €3,000 per week, and €5,000 per month. These limitations do not apply to the jackpot winnings, but this fact doesn’t change the whole situation drastically. In case you are lucky to hit a jackpot, the casino will pay you €5,000 each week till the full amount is paid out.
Customer Support: It seems that the developers wanted to add all the possible support options to their website. They actually did it. You can get in touch with their agents 24/7 via email, live chat, phone number, “ticket” system, Facebook, Twitter, and some other social media.
Software and Game Variety
Most of the games at Mambo Slots Casino are provided by NetEnt and Microgaming. There are also several slots from Eyecon and Cozy Games in the mix, all summing up to about 150 games. Some of the games look creepy, showing definite signs of age. Overall, the library is kinda poor, and lacks both quality and diversity. Anyway, let’s check out what game titles do they offer:
- Slots: Starburst, Jungle Spirit, Avalon, Wild Wild West,
- Jackpots: Irish Luck, Fluffy Favourites, Temple of Isis;
- Table Games: Premier, American, French, European Roulettes;
- Video Poker: Tens or Better, Aces and Faces, Deuces Wild;
- Other Games: Scratch N’ Win, Go Bananas, Rubies & Sapphires.
Mobile and Live Games
The website is adapted to smaller screens of mobile devices, and works alright. The mobile casino supports most popular operating systems: iOS, Android, Windows, etc. The number of games is even less impressive here though.
There are no live games of any kind at Mambo Slots Casino. Hopefully, they’ll add some of them one day.
Bonuses and Promotions
Mambo Slots Casino gives you bonuses on the first three deposits:
- First Deposit: a 100% match bonus up to €200 plus 30 free spins (10 free spins a day for 3 days);
- Second: a 50% match reward up to €100 plus 50 free spins (10 free spins each day during 5 days);
- Third: a 50% match up to €100 plus 80 free spins (10 spins per day for 8 days).
The Welcome Bonus looks fine, and even the wagering requirements are nice, but they managed to screw it up, anyway.
The wagering requirements are alright - 40 times the bonus amount claimed. However, they managed to screw it up, anyway - the winnings from the bonus are capped at €500 (or 5x the bonus, whichever is less). The bonus itself can’t be withdrawn, as usually. It would be ok, but the order of the funds consuming spoils everything. Your real cash will be deducted first, then your winnings, and only then the bonus funds. Be sure to read all those terms before claiming the bonus.