But at least the variety of games is not that bad - there are more than 300 titles from Microgaming, NetEnt, and few other companies. But, to be honest, even the widest library in the world wouldn’t be able to balance all those drawbacks.
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Slots Hangout is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The website looks more or less okay, but certain sections can be hard to read - say “thank you” to the dark background and white font. The navigation is fine (nothing special, but you won’t get lost there), in contrast to certain clauses of terms and conditions. For instance, one of them says that if you don’t log in for 180 days, your balance (including real and bonus money) will be forfeited. You won’t even get a notification about this.
If you don’t log in for 180 days, your balance (including real and bonus money) will be forfeited.
Customer Support: Don’t count on 24/7 online support service - the agents work only from Monday to Friday, from 09:30 to 18:00. This means that if you need help, for instance, on the weekend, you will have either to use FAQ (it’s not really helpful, by the way) or to wait until Monday. Anyway, you can contact the support via live chat, email or WhatsApp. We tried the chat, and we were extremely patient, but we got no reply. All the operators were busy all the time.
Banking: The list of banking options is far from perfection - you can deal with your funds only via PayPal, credit or debit cards, Paysafecard, and Pay by Mobile. The maximum amounts you can withdraw are £1,000 per day, £3,000 per week and £5,000 per month. This doesn’t look very impressive, and terms don’t even say if this clause applies to progressive winnings or not. It looks like it applies. We tried to figure out more details, but the support didn’t help. Besides, your withdrawals may remain pending for up to 7 days, and you have to wager at least £100 in real money before requesting your first withdrawal! And here is one more thing for you to keep in mind - GBP is the only currency accepted here.
Software and Game Variety
There are over 300 games from NetEnt, Microgaming and some other developers here. Not bad, but the navigation in the library sucks - you won’t find there standard categories! You can only check all the games in the alphabetical order, or to use the following “filters”: Hot Slots, My Faves, Newest, and Jackpots. Well, at least there is a search bar, and that’s the only thing which can save you from that terrible mess. Anyway, here are some games you can play there:
- Slots: Gonzo’s Quest, Immortal Romance, Agent Jane Blonde;
- Table games: Blackjack, American Roulette, European Roulette;
- Video poker: Jacks or Better, Joker Wild Double Up, Deuces Wild Double Up.
They also offer two jackpot slots: Fluffy Favourites and Fluffy too. Wow, very generous!
Slots Hangout Mobile and Live Gaming
Okay, here is (finally!) a piece of good news - you can be play on the go. No need to download the software, just go to the website, log in and start playing. And here we have a piece of bad news, just to balance the previous nice thing - there are no live games there.
Bonuses and Promotions
You won’t get a traditional bonus - only spins or Amazon vouchers.
This place doesn’t offer a traditional welcome promotion. You know, this kind of promotions when you just make a deposit, get a bonus, wager it, and so on… Things are a bit different here. So, you deposit at least £10 and get a free spin on Mega Reel. This is not a slot - this is a “place” where you can get a bonus. So, you spin Mega Reel, and receive your prize. You can get free spins (they offer up to 500 spins on Starburst!) or Amazon vouchers. What? Amazon Vouchers? Are they serious?
When you make a deposit, you count on some kind of a bonus (or at least spins!), but not on vouchers! Winnings from the spins are considered to be bonus cash, and you will have to wager them 65 times. The maximum conversion amount is £250.