This gave me a starting balance of £150 and a wagering requirement of £2,500, requiring me to roll through my stack around 16.5x before I’d be able to make a withdrawal. Sounds perfectly doable, but I’ve not exactly been lucky recently when it comes to beating wagering requirements.
I figured I had best consult the terms and conditions before beginning play, make sure there were no unexpected surprises, and wow was I glad I did – there are rules tacked on just about everywhere you can imagine, many of which seem non-standard, and whilst I didn’t have any problems myself when playing here including a small withdrawal at the end of my session, I can definitely imagine other players having problems.
For example, the list of games that are banned from bonus play on pain of forfeit of withdrawal is the most extensive I’ve seen in recent time. All table games, live casino, and video poker (which I wasn’t able to find anyway…) are excluded, plus a whole list of slots including many I have never found on the banned list anywhere else. Infact, there is even a couple of providers whose entire catalogue has been blacklisted for some reason – namely GameArt and Endorphina – I’ve no idea what the reason for this is and don’t know any of their titles off the top of my head, but it sure does make you wonder what the reason or all this could be.
In fact, I found some of the terms and conditions really quite confusing and the typical caveat of “we reserve the right to change these terms at any moment without informing you” makes the whole experience really quite intimidating for me. Whilst I had a good time playing here I’m not sure I would risk taking a bonus here again.