Over the past few months, Jumpman Gaming have been launching new casinos left, right and centre. The brand, which is arguably better known for their many bingo sites, actually has over five years experience in the online gaming industry. That means it’s safe to say they know what players want and need.
This all bodes well for their newest site — Divine Slots. Launched only a couple of weeks ago, the casino boasts a colourful design and is available across all devices. Furthermore, the games roster seems to be packed full of the biggest slot brands. On first impressions, we’ve got a good feeling about Divine Slots, so read on to see if it lived up to expectations.
|Games||250 games, including video slots, roulette, blackjack, and instant win titles|
|Welcome Bonus||100% deposit match bonus, up to £200 + 20 free spins on Starburst|
|Other Bonuses||Second and Third Deposit Match Bonuses, cashback, happy hours, free spins, tournaments|
|Banking||Mastercard, Visa, Maestro, Visa Debit, PayPal, Paysafecard, Pay by Mobile|
Divine Slots has a roster of over 250 games and whilst the site is predominately focused on slots, there are a handful of table game and instant win titles too. The majority of games are available across all devices, which is perfect for those who love the play on the go. However, the layout of the site means finding something to play can be a bit of a chore.
Aside from the ‘hot slots’ and ‘newest’ categories, players will have to scroll through an A-Z list to view all of the site’s games. We much prefer it when games are sorted thematically, of via software developer. That being said, the site does offer a ‘my favourites’ page, where you can find your most recently played games.
A roster of 250 games may not sound like a particularly extensive collection of games and to be honest it’s not. However, the site does benefit from having a variety of different software developers on board. Players can enjoy titles from the likes of NetEnt, NextGen, Elk Studios and Eyecon, which means there’s a wide range of different themes, wager sizes and paylines available. Popular slots at the site include modern classics such as Starburst and Fluffy Favourites, as well as new games such as Emoji Planet.
As we mentioned earlier and as the casino’s name suggests, Divine Slots is primarily a slots site. This means that although they do offer some table games, there’s not many and they’re not the most compelling. Still, there are a couple of roulette and blackjack titles, and one Deuces Wild game. The good news is that these are all available on mobile as well as desktop.
Perhaps more interesting is the casino’s range of instant win games. Players can enjoy titles such as Super Cash Buster, a variant of Keno and the highly popular bingo-slot hybrid Slingo.
Bonuses And Promotions
Divine Slots offers all new players a three part welcome package worth up to £600. Your first bonus will be awarded to you the minute you make your first deposit over £10 and this will be a 100% deposit match bonus, up to £200, plus 20 free spins on NetEnt’s Starburst.
Unlike most sites, the quality of the welcome bonuses doesn’t drop off after you’ve made your first deposit. In fact, at Divine Slots you’ll receive the exact same offer on your second and third deposits. That means there’s a further two 100% deposit match bonuses to claim, which are worth up to £200 each, and an extra 40 free spins too. We also must mention that the welcome package can be claimed no matter which depositing method you use, which means that pay by phone users are eligible too — hurrah!
There is one downside to Divine Slots welcome package, however and, as you may have guessed, it’s to do with wagering requirements. The casino has set these at an unreasonably high rate of 65x, so whilst the welcome bonuses may sound appealing at first, it’s important to consider how much you’ll have to spend to see any of your winnings making their way back to you.
Although we might be inclined to say it’s best to avoid the casino’s welcome bonus, the good news is that there’s plenty other promotions to cash in on. Throughout the week there are opportunities to receive extra free spins, cashback and more. Plus, the casino also have a VIP scheme, which rewards loyal players, and a weekly event where there’s £1,000 up for grabs!
Divine Slots’ Spinathon event runs from Sunday to Saturday and it rewards the top 25 players at the site with cash prizes. Players earn points as they play to move up the leader-board, with the first place winner taking home £200, and the second and third place players taking home £125 each.
The banking system at Divine Slots may be one of the easiest we’ve ever dealt with. Players can fund their account in a matter of seconds and they can do it from both mobile and desktop devices. You can deposit at Divine Slots via Mastercard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Debit, PayPal, Paysafecard or Pay by Phone.
We know the inclusion of a phone billing service will be music to the ears of our readers, but we’re a little disappointed that there’s no e-wallet service such as Neteller or Skrill available. We think this could be detrimental to the site’s success, as so many online gaming fans use these kinds of depositing methods.
At Divine Slots you can deposit a minimum of £10 each time and you can fund your account with up to £5,000 per day. The site also has a minimum withdrawal limit of £30 and withdrawals can be made via credit/debit card or PayPal.
Who Should Play At Divine Slots Casino?
Whilst there were certain features of Divine Slots we loved, there are some issues with the casino that we can’t just get over. Mainly, the incredibly high wagering requirements, which make all of the site’s bonuses more or less redundant. We understand that casinos need to make sure that players aren’t taking advantage of promotions and free spins, but to have to spend 65x the bonus amount to ever receive anything back seems extortionate.
Perhaps, we could forgive Divine Slots if they had more exclusive content on offer. We love the fact that the site accepts pay by phone deposits, but we’re not convinced that the casino is actually offering anything that players can’t find elsewhere — somewhere with much lower wagering requirements. For these reason, it’s hard to recommend Divine Slots to any sort of player at the moment. We expected more from Jumpman Gaming and we hope they sort themselves out soon!