Other discrepancies are present too – in some places it is stated that when opening games with zero contribution percentages then your bonus balance will not be visible (I can confirm this is not true as I was able to play Dead or Alive 2 using bonus funds, albeit with the expected zero contribution to wagering) whereas in others it is simply stated that such bets will just not count for wagering purposes. I really think that White Hat casinos need to get on top of this situation urgently and arrange an immediate re-write of all of their bonus terms across all of their properties as soon as humanly possible.
Most of the other rules are as you would expect for this group such as the maximum of £5 per spin when playing with a bonus and the awful max cashout of £100 from free spins – I’ve never dared to test how that could interfere with an existing bonus balance obtained prior to playing out the free spins.
Overall, if you know what you are getting yourself in for, this isn’t a bad bonus, I just don’t understand why the need for such deceptive and restrictive rules these days. It does nothing but make the casinos look bad in my view.