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Last update: 13th November 2023
Cash Casino is a somewhat unimaginatively named Jumpman Gaming slot and casino site.
Cash Casino is not going to win any awards for its name, which is kind of banal and also a bit misleading in that players might think it’s a cash only casino with no wagering requirements, when it’s actually a fairly standard Jumpman Gaming site which gives out bonuses (in the form of slot spins) with the usual Jumpman 65x wagering requirement. You can, however, use cash to make a deposit – well, sort of (you can either buy a Paysafe voucher with cash, add it to your myPaysafe account and deposit from there, or deposit using the balance in your PayPal account).
Nor is it going to win any awards for its barely there theming (only really in evidence as the pleasant shade of green that’s the background for the game tiles) or for its welcome offer, which is the oh so familiar spin the wheel affair that has been flavour du jour at Jumpman sites for years now. At least the spins you can win are on a slot game – Big Bass Bonanza – that’s rather more exciting than the default Starburst.
Name and theming apart, what does Cash Casino have to offer players? Like all Jumpman Gaming sites, it’s a bit of a mixed bag.
The selection of slot games is very good. New games are added every few days; some are new releases and some are carefully chosen back catalogue titles from games providers that Jumpman already work with – carefully chosen to appeal to players who enjoy high variance games.
The range of progressive jackpot slots is not quite as good. There’s plenty of them but almost all are Eyecon Super or Mega Jackpots with a few by Yggdrasil and the size of the jackpots is relatively small. You also can’t play these games with bonus.
Going beyond the slots, if you visit the Scratchcards area of the site, you will find not just scratchcards, but a variety of instant win games including lotto and minesweeper style games. There’s also more than 40 Slingo games but these are to be found in with the slots. Cash Casino also has both video bingo and regular bingo (the bingo rooms are powered by Pragmatic Play and have their own area in the lobby but with no chat or promotions).
Casino games can be found in the Table Games part of the lobby (there’s an area called Casino but it’s for Playtech slot games not casino games). There’s a mixture of live and non live games including lots of varieties of roulette and blackjack, plus a few game shows including Mega Wheel (not to be confused with the Mega Reel of the welcome offer), Sweet Bonanza Candyland and Vegas Ball Bonanza. An OK selection, then, but not as good as it would be if live casino games by Evolution and/or Playtech were part of it.
The lobby itself is designed to be as easy as possible to navigate on all devices, and in the interests of keeping it free of clutter there is no information about each game apart from what is included on the game tile (not even name or provider). If you want to find anything that is not already prominent in any of the lobby areas you’ll need to use the search box to find games by name. Games which you’ve played are automatically saved to the My Faves area so you can easily find them again.
Cash Casino has a lot of promotions, none of which are exclusive. Broadly speaking they fall into three types:
With more than a hundred Jumpman Gaming bingo and slot sites already available to UK players, Cash Casino is entering a very crowded marketplace and doesn’t really have anything new to offer players. Nevertheless, the Jumpman format remains popular with those who enjoy the gamification and the excitement of not knowing exactly what you are going to get when you claim a deposit offer; if you’re one of them you may very well want to give Cash Casino a try.
All Jumpman sites have the same responsible gambling policy document (and incidentally, if you self exclude from one Jumpman site you’ll be self excluding from ALL of them). It covers what their safer gambling tools are (deposit limits, reality check, take a break and self exclusion) and how to use them and includes links to external sources of help and advice.