|1st deposit bonus||Win up to £2000|
|Minimum deposit for bonus||£10|
|Extra 1st deposit bonus info|
|Wagering requirements (bonus money)||65x (B)|
|Wagering requirements (bonus spins)||65x|
|Maximum bet for wagering||-|
|Maximum cash out||Lifetime deposits up to £250|
➕ Simple casino design
➕ Plenty of good games
➖ Weak bonus terms
➖ No live chat support
➖ Withdrawal fee
Avenger Slots Casino (UK) is yet another online casino owned and operated Jumpman Gaming Ltd. There is a ton of games to play on both desktop and mobile, a nice live casino and, of course, bonuses for new players.
It was pretty simple to sign up for a new account using the basic 3-step form. There was an option for using Paypal for instant signup here, but I decided to skip that and fill out all my personal details instead.
I landed on the welcome bonus offer page where there was a basic form for me to enter my card details and make my first deposit. I did this and claimed the welcome bonus before starting to explore the site in more detail.
Taking a look around, I could see that this is a pretty stripped back casino with no extra fluff at all. I wouldn't really say that this site has a ‘theme' as such, but I did appreciate the simple design and colour scheme when compared to the many garish casinos around. That said, in places, it feels like there's not enough info and options, in the account settings area for example, which doesn't even contain any active bonus stats.
Despite covering all the basics of an online casino, the verification delays here made this one annoying to play at.
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Avenger Slots has a Mega Reel that is full of random bonuses. Join in and you can get the following:
New UK players only, 18+. A minimum deposit of £10 applies. Max bonus conversion equal to lifetime deposits (up to £250). Bonus is subject to a 65x wagering requirement. Various games contribute a different percentage towards playthroughs. Please gamble responsibly. Full terms and Bonus terms apply. BeGambleAware.org.
Avenger Slots has a very enticing welcome offer for new players. You can win a total of £6,000 in bonus money.
Simply sign up for an account and make a deposit to get:
When you make a deposit of at least £10, you get to spin the Mega Reel. This reel has multiple bonuses available, and the big one is 1,000% bonus with a maximum of £2,000.
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Looking at the terms of the bonus, I could see that this was another monster 65x (B) wagering offer. When you combine that with a £250 withdrawal cap, or your lifetime deposits, whichever is lower, you get a pretty lacklustre deal.
I'm also not a big fan of these randomly awarded welcome bonuses; it would be much nicer to see a solid bonus cash offer here. Additionally, there isn't actually anywhere on the site that I could view my bonus wagering progress. I'd have to contact the support team every time I wanted to check on this which isn't very transparent at all.
Please gamble responsibly.
All new players will benefit from 5% cashback on all their losses. This offer is ongoing and applies on all future losses.
You can also win a minimum of 20 bonus spins when you make a reload deposit of £20 or more.
Avenger Slots's treats don't stop there. You can opt for the Trophies feature. This promotion rewards you with various perks the more you play. Collect trophies and as you move between levels, you'll get an additional spin on the Mega Wheel.
Compare the welcome offer to what other casinos are having and see how it stacks up. Choose a casino and compare the deals.
|1st deposit bonus||Win up to £2000|
|No deposit bonus||-|
|Wag. req. (bonus)||65x (B)|
|Wag. req. (spins)||65x|
|Max cash out||Lifetime deposits up to £250|
|1st deposit bonus||100%/£200 + 20 bonus spins|
|No deposit bonus||-|
|Wag. req. (bonus)||50x (B)|
|Wag. req. (spins)||50x|
|Max cash out||Spins capped at £20|
Like most Jumpman casinos, Avenger Slots casino is bursting at the seams with the hottest games in the industry. Games have been categorised to help you find whatever you are looking for with ease. You can browse by new games, faves, jackpots and bingo.
Amongst some of the most popular games on offer, there is Immortal Romance, Rainbow Riches, Reel King Mega, and Aloha! Cluster Pays.
I kicked off the testing of the games with a few spins on Immortal Romance, and it wasn't long before I landed a lovely little win there. Next up I tried Beat the Bobbies Jackpot and did manage to trigger the free spins game but only won a measly £2.05 there.
There were slim pickings under the ‘Table' tab, but I had a few bets on Live Speed Roulette and came away a few pounds up thanks to my winning streak on red. I had a hunt around for any other live games to sample, but all the others had a minimum £10 bet which was a bit above my budget here.
If you want to try your hand at jackpot titles, you'll be pleased to learn that there is a generous collection, including Frank's Freak Spins, Piggy Payout, Irish Luck and Sugar Train.
I can't say that it was the smoothest gaming experience I've ever had, nearly all the games had a slight lag and jerkiness to them. I checked my connection speed, and it remained stable throughout, but the casino seemed to struggle at times. That said, the basic layout of the games lobby and navigation worked just fine, and I was able to find everything I wanted to play.
The only area where things are lacking is the overall game selection. The absence of big titles like Book of Dead was really felt at times.
Although there is no dedicated Live Casino category, you can still search for live dealer games, such as Live Blackjack and Live Roulette. Over the years, Avenger Slots has added more and more live titles, including some game shows.
The games on offer are fronted and presented by real-life dealers and croupiers. Simply take a seat at the table and place your bets to kick-start the game.
Switching over to the mobile site, I loaded it up using the Chrome browser on my Android device and logged in. The navigation was pretty similar to the desktop site, but I'm not a big fan of the mobile site design here.
While everything has its place and worked fine, the bottom menu is totally unnecessary. It has links to the cashier and trophy sections alongside Fluffy Favourites and Starburst, not two games I'd be desperate to play anytime it has to be said.
The games I tried worked without any hitches or glitches, it was actually a better experience than the desktop site for some reason. It's just a shame about the odd layout and design of the mobile experience here.
Just after signing up, a simple form appeared where I could enter my name and card details to drop in my first deposit and claim the welcome offer. I filled in the form and hit the big green ‘Deposit Now' button, and less than 5 seconds later the banking app on my phone confirmed the funds had been taken. On the screen, the balance was still showing £0, but a quick refresh of the browser rectified this, and the Mega Reel appeared on the screen.
Coming to make a withdrawal, I hit a snag right away. When I clicked on the ‘Withdrawal' tab in the cashier section, I saw a pop-up message that said my account was currently being checked. It said this would take around 48 hours and meant that I couldn't put in a request for my funds until the checks had been completed.
Once the checks were completed, I navigated over to the cashier section, which contained a lot of small print, never a sight that sets my mind at ease. In amongst the text, there was mention of the £2.50 levied on all withdrawals here, regardless of their size. There was also a mention of my remaining wagering and current bonus balance which I was going to forfeit.
I entered my real cash balance amount and hit ‘Withdraw'. I got a pop-up confirming that I was about to lose my bonus balance and clicked on ‘Carry On' to proceed. The final pop-up notification laid out the fees and cash-out balance and said that it would take between 1 and 3 working days for my request to be approved. I hit ‘Confirm', re-entered my password and finally saw a confirmation screen. This stated that I'd need to send in some documentation before my request could be approved.
Once my account was fully verified, it took just under 23 hours for my withdrawal to be approved by Avenger Slots. This is a fairly quick turn around for a first withdrawal request but expected given all the verification delays. That said, the cashier function here was easy to use but it's just a shame about that £2.50 fee.
Searching around the site for any way to contact the support team, I only found a very basic ‘Contact Us' page. This only had an email address on offer; otherwise, it was back to the FAQ page to find some answers which was not very reassuring.
I decided to fire off an email to the address given to see how they would handle a question about withdrawals. I got an automated response back asking me to reply with my date of birth, postcode and username. I had already added these details in my original message and never actually received a reply, so it just proves how flawed this support system is.
Scanning through the FAQ page, I could see that all the basics were covered, but it really lacked any detail at all. It's not really up to the job considering that there's no additional info in any of the sections in the ‘My Account' area. This page needs some serious work to make it a better resource for players and help to reduce the number of unnecessary emails the casino must be getting right now.
As a licensed UK casino, Avenger Slots is obliged by law to verify the age and identity of their players.
You'll be requested to send in the below documentation:
When I went to make my first withdrawal, I got a pop-up message informing me that my account was currently being checked over. It mentioned that this could take up to 48 hours and that I didn't need to do anything at this stage as it was standard practice. I can't say exactly how long it took to clear this check as I got no email to say that it had been completed. All I know is, next time I logged in, I was able to make a withdrawal request.
I had a look around the site for any information on verifying my account, but all I could find was one mention on the FAQ page under ‘Withdrawals'. This simply mentioned the type of documents that would be required and an email address to send them to. It did say that these documents can be sent in immediately after registration, but I decided to pass on this for now.
When I made my withdrawal request, I hit another snag as the casino now wanted documents to fully verify my account. I sent in an image of my driving licence and bank statement as proof of ID and address respectively. It took just over 22 hours for the verification to complete and I got an email to confirm that my account had now been fully verified. This was a pretty quick turn around but given the annoying additional delay in making a withdrawal request and lack of upload portal I can't offer a higher rating here.
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