888 Holdings subsidiary, Cassava Enterprises has launched a new online casino that focuses on Slots. Wink Slots, sister to Wink Bingo, is powered by Dragonfish and offers more than 200 Slot Games on its multi-software platform but it doesn’t seem to be a great option for players.
The site offers a variety of games from numerous providers such as Eyecon, Williams Interactive, IGT, Net Entertainment and more. The long list of games includes Amazon Queen, Bloodsuckers, Cleopatra, Cupid’s Arrow, Fruit Shop, Flowers, Rainbow Riches, Superman, Zeus III and many more.
The Slots are displayed in an interesting way. The majority are just images and you must hover over the thumbnail to see the game title on the desktop version. In most cases we know the games we like but it can make browsing a bit challenging. On the plus side, the jackpot amounts are conveniently displayed differentiating the jackpot games from the rest. Luckily there’s a search box to help quickly locate a specific title.
Although the brand’s focus is on Slots, there is a Casino tab featuring a modest selection of games like Baccarat, Blackjack and Roulette plus Live Dealer games.
Wink Slots Magazine contains a plethora of information with articles covering the Slot of the month, fun facts, odds and much more.
So enough with the site description. What gamblers really want to know is should Wink Slots be trusted. They hold licenses in Gibraltar and the UK but unfortunately, the terms are a lot like Cassava’s bingo brands. For example, there is a laundry list of countries where players may not cash out more than the total amount of their deposits. Should you become lucky enough to withdraw, the withdrawal limits are ridiculously low and according to the terms and conditions, even cashouts to e-wallets take 4 to 5 days to complete.
The concern may not necessarily be that you will not be paid but players should comb through the T&C’s to make sure you’re happy to play by their rules.