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Last update: 28th September 2021
Millionpot is brand new for Autumn 2021 on the Aspire platform, with a special UK welcome offer.
Design wise, Millionpot is one of the prettiest looking Aspire casinos we’ve come across; the Millionpot gold cauldron is brimming with coins, casino chips and slot game characters, all on a tastefully done pink and purple background, and there’s even a Union flag in the Millionpot on the welcome offer banner to denote that it’s specifically for Brits. It would be lovely to see the Millionpot used to advertise exclusive promotions but – as is usual at Aspire casinos – there aren’t any. In fact there is not much on the promotions page at all apart from the welcome offer and although there’s a banner promising monthly cashback and Sunday spins, no further information is available (on the public areas of the site anyway) about either of these promotions.
You don’t join an Aspire site for regular promotions though, you join it for the massive choice of games (which are not the same at all Aspire sites). But be careful, there’s an awful lot of games that only contribute at 50% to the otherwise very reasonable wagering requirements. For example, there’s only 6 Net Ent games that are NOT on the “50% list”. If you’re a PlayNGo fan, on the other hand, there’s problem at all – Millionpot has more than 120 of their games and none of them appear to be on the list; better check before you play though as the list could have been updated with new games. Although the 50% list is very long, quite a lot of it turns out to be irrelevant to Millionpot because it includes a lot of games that they don’t even have (the list is shared between all Aspire casinos and presumably some of them are better at removing tired old games than others).
Millionpot looks to be a bit better served for progressive jackpots than the majority of Aspire casinos; it’s got several Jackpot King slots including Fishin’ Frenzy, Eye of Horus and Wish Upon A Jackpot, plus a few other jackpot slots.
The live casino section at Millionpot features several game shows (complete with first person versions of games such as Mega Ball for players who find the live hosts annoying) and dozens of blackjack, baccarat and roulette table including a high stakes salon privé area.
Millionpot is an international brand, available in five languages and lots of different countries. As gambling regulation varies from country to country, a slightly different version of the site has to load depending on where the player is and this can occasionally cause a bit of a delay while the UK-specific page loads (or redirects you if there’s no UK-specific page). The site also behaves a bit oddly on mobile devices; the game tiles are sometimes in two columns, sometimes in rows that scroll off the side of the screen and the banners work better on a desktop computer. Claiming the welcome offer, and finding the game you want via game search (the two most important things be able to do on a mobile device) work just fine.
Aspire is not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’ve tried and liked the platform before – or would like the opportunity to explore the PlayNGo back catalogue really thoroughly – Millionpot is worth checking out.