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Last update: 13th December 2021
King J Casino is new on Progress Play for Spring 2021, with muted theming in a tasteful shade of royal purple.
The Progress Play platform has been around for years now with little change to the lobby layout but although it is slightly old fashioned looking it works fine across all devices (the logo does overlap some of the promotional banners slightly on some phone screens but this doesn’t affect the player experience). There’s six columns of game tiles on a computer, regardless of screen size or resolution, and two on a mobile phone.
In pride of place in the lobby is KingJ Branded Megaways; this slot from Iron Dog Studio allows operators to customise with their own logo (in game as well as on the tile). This bodes well for King J Casino being more than just a skin and that their boast of “Everyone is treated like royalty” being something to take seriously.
More than 20 different games providers are represented at King J Casino but there are a few omissions – nothing by Red Tiger or Pragmatic Play, for example. On the other hand, there’s a selection of slightly more unusual titles from the likes of Lightning Box and Nolimit City. As for progressive jackpots, if they are your thing you’ll probably already have been put off by there being no Red Tiger dailies. There’s also no Mega Moolah or Mega Fortune; in fact, almost all of the progressive jackpots are by Eyecon – Clover Rollover 2, Temple of Iris and the like.
The live casino area is by Evolution and focuses mainly on baccarat and blackjack (of which there is plenty); the only gameshow title we could find was Dream Catcher and that only by a name search as it wasn’t in that part of the lobby.
There are many, many other games to choose from – everything from classics like Immortal Romance and Gonzo’s Quest to hot new releases.
A minus point at King J Casino (and indeed at all Progress Play sites) is the length of time it takes them to process withdrawals. A PayPal or debit card withdrawal takes 7 – 11 business days in all (3 days pending, 1 day processing then 3-7 days transfer) which is much longer than at other online casinos.
To set against this there is a very strong plus point (and again this applies to all Progress Play sites) in the form of the promotions page. It’s jam packed with deposit offers, leaderboards and the occasional special, and they change from month to month. Further personalised offers are sent by email each week, so if you like to deposit often you’ll always be able to find an offer to take up.
All in all, then, King J Casino has the same pros and cons of any other Progress Play site but with the promise of going the extra mile.
Play Responsibly page is provided by Progress Play. It’s fairly basic and provides brief descriptions of how to use the settings in the responsible gaming section of the client interface, but no direct links apart from one to email the customer support department.