Jackpot Paradise Review
Jackpot Paradise Review
With names such as AceLucky, Hippozino, MaxiPlay, Schmitts Casino, and Spin Fiesta in their collection, ProgressPlay have certainly proven themselves to be a network capable of creating excellent online casinos.
However, not everything ProgressPlay touches turns to gold, and they’ve released some awful online casinos as well, so although the name can, and should cause a certain level of optimism from prospective players, it’s certainly not a guarantee of quality.
This means a site like Jackpot Paradise, one of the freshest names in the ProgressPlay family, still have a lot of work to do to make an impact on the competitive iGaming market.
One could even claim that Jackpot Paradise has it a bit harder than most, as it has to stand out from the other sites on its network before going to war with the established sites outside of it.
As the desktop focused site amongst a network of primarily mobile facing casinos, Jackpot Paradise has something that makes it a bit different from the outset, which is certainly a good thing, but, obviously, it takes a fair bit more than that to stand out in the busy world of online casinos.
So, does Jackpot Paradise appear to have what it takes to make a splash?
Design and theme
At first glance, Jackpot Paradise does not exact fill a player with confidence. A logo that is based on the famous Las Vegas sign is up there with the most predictable, and as a result, most overused concepts that an online casino can use, and does not bring the new and innovative feel that one looks for when first visiting a new casino.
There is little different or exciting about the rest of the site in terms of design, either, with a basic blue background, and most of the artwork being provided by the games available at the site.
This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and many sites have made it work, but it takes a certain level of effort into the design from the casino itself to work, and you just don’t feel like there’s been any here.
Navigation is simple, which is a plus, but a small one, all things considered, as players pretty much expect to be able to find their way around a site by this point, so this barely classifies as a selling point.
Past that, Jackpot Paradise just looks a bit boring, and that’s not the way to make an impact.
Jackpot Paradise offers titles from a list of software developers that consists of 1X2 Network, Blueprint Gaming, ELK Studios, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, and Thunderkick.
This is a good start, but that’s all it is, to be able to compete with the giants of the industry, or, to be honest, even the even sites that inhabit the busy middle level of the iGaming market, there needs to be many more names on this site.
There is still time for Jackpot Paradise to add these before the online casino world gives up on it, but not much, and based on the lazy feel of this site, it’s hard to imagine that this will be occurring any time soon.
As you can probably imagine, the focus is on jackpot games here, and jackpot slots especially, with a counter on the homepage telling you the total jackpot available across all the site’s games, which is a nice tough.
But jackpot slots are available at a lot of places, so if this is what defines your online casino, you’re unlikely to find success, and unfortunately, that feels like the case with Jackpot Paradise.
£10 Minimum Deposit
Instant games, Scratchcards, Casino games, Roulette, Arcade games, Blackjack, Progressive Slots, Live casino
Companies that own this site
No, you are not required to download software to play in this online casino.
Downloadable version also available?
No information available
Minimum Withdrawal Limit
20 GBP per transaction
Maximum Withdrawal Limit
3000 GBP per month
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