Wicked Jackpots in a nutshell
In April 2015 the well established if controversial gambling software company Cassava Enterprises added another casino to their expanding portfolio of sites. This portfolio already contains 888.com and a number of bingo sites.
The newbie casino is called ‘Wicked Jackpots’, and immediately styled itself as ‘THE hottest online casino in the UK!’, which is a bold claim as new UK-friendly casinos seem to pop up on a daily basis.
The site also brags about FREE, no strings attached bonuses, monthly cashback for all players and jackpots over £1 million. That’s a lot of shouting, but is any of it worth listening to? Let’s find out …
What’s the look and feel of Wicked Jackpots?
Wicked Jackpots is both quite minimalist in its design, and very colourful – in fact we were reminded a huge amount of bgo, which has the same ‘colour block’ design type. It’s a very nice design that gets our approval.
What games are available at Wicked Jackpots?
Wicked Jackpots is heavy on slots, as seems to be an increasing norm among new online casinos these days. There are not that many titles here actually – just over 130. Happily, NetEnt are among the providers here, so you can at least play Jack & The Beanstalk, Elements and Robin Hood: Shifting Riches. Several of the slots have progressive jackpots, the most appealling of which is Millionaire Genie.
Unbelievably, we could only five casino games – three versions of roulette (including a live version), ‘Wheel of Light’ (a game show version of roulette) and Caribbean Poker. An online casino without blackjack? Or baccarat? Seriously?
The only other section is ‘Demo Games’ which seems basically to be the same slots again, only for ‘play money’ play.
It seems games at Wicked Jackpots are a little thin on the ground.
NetEnt is the casino’s main software provider, but there are also contributions (somwhere) from 888 Gaming, Barcrest, Eyecon, IGT and WMS.
All games are played in-browser.
The site does not mention that it works on mobile, but we found that it did. Oddly, blackjack makes an appearance on mobile.
Wicked Jackpots does supply 24/7 live chat support which we used and found to be helpful.
The final verdict
What’s not to like about Wicked Jackpots? Well, quite a bit in fact. The biggest sins we feel are the lack of casino games (FIVE! – we even checked with support to see if this was correct and it was), the ‘disguised’ wagering conditions and the ultra-slim withdrawal limit of £3,000 a month.
What gets the RightCasino.com thumbs up? Maybe the design, NetEnt’s slots, the fact that the bonuses and cashback offers seem to be genuine and we did find support to be a great help. We’re finding it hard to think of anything else, though.
So, will you find Wicked Jackpots wicked (as in brilliant!) or wicked (as in terrible!). Why not let us know?