Deep blues and flashy imagery is what awaits anyone who visits Dove Slots, an online casino which started out in 2016. Despite being four years old, the site still looks fresh and contemporary, as well as boasting a user friendly interface. As such, it’s not hard to understand why numerous other sites today take the same approach to iGaming: they want to deliver friendly, accessible and enjoyable gaming. These are the websites we want to discuss in greater detail today.
The Sun Play
At only a year older than Dove Slots, you’d be forgiven in expecting that The Sun Play would offer a similar environment in which to play. However, the two couldn’t look and feel further apart. Decorated in the recognisable red of The Sun brand, this site immediately alerts you to its affiliation. As for its design and layout, The Sun Play isn’t as visually stimulating as its competitors, however, it still functions well and is simple to use.
Users will gain access to hundreds of one armed bandits and tabletop games, a series of bonuses, and a considerably juicy welcome deal. The latter of these gives newcomers a three part deposit bonus package, with the first two offers set at a 100% match, while the last deposit bonus is a lower 50%. These are all available for a £10 deposit or more, with that money also buying you 50 free games on Wolf Gold each time. As always, there’s terms and conditions to be aware of, such as the x40 wagering requirement. For any further details, you can contact support between 8am and midnight, via telephone, email and/or live chat.
Occasionally when we look at sister sites, we find brands which inspired the creation of our starting website, as opposed to being launched because of it; this is the case with 32Red Casino. This vibrant label has been in operation since 2002, therefore making it very much the elder to Dove Slots, and yet because of their similarities, they’re ideal for customers who enjoy the services of both.
In total, there’s over 500 games to be played. What is more, players are able to enjoy gameplay with the additional benefits of bonuses, with the main two deals coming from the welcome package: a no deposit bonus, followed by a 150% deposit offer. This means you get double the fun when starting out. To get your first offer, simply register as a member to receive £10. However, while this money is “free”, it comes with a hefty x100 wagering requirement, which is considerably higher than the standard x50 of 32Red Casino. If you’d prefer a lower rollover, you need to deposit £10; unfortunately, you can only qualify for this if you bank using a debit card. If you need help with this, you can contact support by emailing and/or calling them.
After a sea of red we have an abrupt change with Unibet, which is a distinctly decorated site of green and white; much like The Sun Play, this is to reflect the colours of the brand behind the website. A lot of reviews would have you believe this site started out in 1997, but that’s in fact when the brand behind the site, Unibet, started and not the casino we see today. Sadly, we couldn’t find a specific date for when the casino launched, however, the site appears quite modern.
Given that this site comes from a bookmakers, it makes sense that its services include sportsbetting as well as pokies. This could be argued as the reason why the promotions aren’t as enticing as other casinos. Nevertheless, newbies will still receive a nice welcome deal of a £40 cash bonus when depositing £10 or over (please note that Northern Ireland users can get this bonus for free by calling the included number). No matter how you receive the funds, they still come with a x35 wagering requirement, and need to be used within your first 30 days as a member. Unibet offers 24/7 support (for UK users), through telephone, email, and live chat services.
Here we have another iGaming site which helped fuel the creativity behind Dove Slots and, just like with 32Red Casino, Roxy Palace was also launched in 2002. Unlike 32Red, however, this brand has started to look dated around the edges — it still navigates well, but there’s markers that this is an older site, long past its prime.
Alongside its numerous games, which are mainly slots based, there’s a welcomed VIP loyalty scheme and a new set of promotions to savour, particularly that of the newcomers package. New users can get a 100% deposit bonus when they allocate £10 into their new accounts, with that money also activating 50 free games as an additional extra, which can be played on Highlander. To keep the bonus feeling fresh, users get the 50 spins spread across four days, with them credited to your account in groups of 10. You can learn more by reading the terms and/or talking with a team member via live chat, email or telephone, all of which is open 24 hours a day. As for the wagering requirements, Roxy Palace has a higher x50 in place.
Next on our list is another older iGaming brand, this time in the form of VBet. What stands out most about this label, besides its simplistic name, is how lively the interface is — it feels much younger than what it actually is (VBet launched in 2003). Given its popularity, it’s not hard to understand how it inspired Dove Slots to take a more aesthetically interesting approach to its design.
As the name suggests, this is a sportsbook site as well as a casino, which once again means we see a different setup with promotions; they’re still there, just not as casino specific as other iGaming labels. This unfortunately means that new users get a free bet worth between £5 and £25 instead of a traditional cash bonus. What is more, to qualify for this deal, you need to actually place and not just deposit cash, which will likely put some potential gamers off. In case there are any more suitable deals, it’s best to speak to a VBet team member through email, live chat and/or email. The plus side of support is that it’s available 24/7, and so you have one less thing to worry about if you get stuck during your visit.
Established in 2012, LeoVegas isn’t the oldest online casino we’re discussed thus far, but it’s still getting on in years, and it’s starting to show. Most notably in the aesthetics. LeoVegas is a basic looking website, which feels more like a business page than a gambling brand, however, while it might not be as attractive as other brands, it boasts some great services.
The main perk of this site is that there’s over 1,000 games to playthrough once you’re a member, with the next positive of LeoVegas coming in the form of its promos. They’re limited in number but big in generosity, as demonstrated by the free 20 spins just for becoming a member! Of course, we know they’re not truly for free and so there is a low x35 rollover requirement to be mindful of. In addition to this reward, users can relish a four part deposit bonus, with the possible total available worth of £400. Of course, what you get depends on what you deposit, with the minimum amount needed set at £10. The wagering requirement is the same x35, with only UK users able to opt in. If you run into trouble activating it, please email the team and/or request a callback.
We move from old to new with Hyper Casino, a fast paced brand which launched in 2019. As you’d expect with such a new site, the aesthetics look sharp and feel incredibly youthful, which will undoubtedly appeal to younger players. In spite of its newness however, the site isn’t gimmicky in its theme and thus has a neutral feel to it.
For a young site, Hyper Casino comes fully formed, with lots of games and quite a few promotions to boot, and let’s not forget its accessible customer support. Hopefully you won’t need to contact them, but if you do, you can email or live chat with the team. But let’s get back to those bonuses, as they’re what a lot of players are really interested in; for newcomers, a welcome package consisting of two deposit deals is waiting for you. For two £10 allocations, you can get a 100% and 50% deposit match, both of which are available for 30 days after opting in. They’re both subject to a x45 wagering requirement, however, there’s plenty of games they can be played on in order for you to meet that total.
We end our guide with another youngster, though MrQ Casino has got a whole year on its sister site, Hyper Casino. Not that it makes much of a difference, as MrQ Casino feels just as fresh if not even more so — there’s a lot of crisp white and subtle pops of colour to draw the eyes.
As if that wasn’t attractive enough, MrQ Casino goes and eliminates casino fees altogether, meaning the bonuses suddenly become a lot more enticing. That’s right, there’s no wagering requirements for any of the offers! This means that the welcome offer of 10 free spins, although smaller than most, is completely free for you to enjoy. All you need to do to activate it is deposit £10 into your account; please note that all spins need to be used within 48 hours of receiving them. These details are all included on the site, however, if you want further information, you can contact support through live chat and/or email. The operational hours for chat are between 8:30am and 5:30pm, five days a week, while emails can be sent around the clock.
About Dove Slots Casino
Coming back full circle to Dove Slots once more, we want to shed some light on the background of this website. Not only was it established in 2016, but it’s owned and operated by Jumpman Gaming. Not only is it one of the most recognisable companies in the sector, but it also acts as the operator to some of the other brands we’ve mentioned. What is more, Jumpman Gaming is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. These regulators, and/or others, are involved with the safety of all the sister sites mentioned.
NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, and Lightning Box Games are just three of the software developers you can experience at Dove Slots Casino.