Jackpot Paradise is a Progress Play powered title, perfectly proportioned for your portable device. And as its title suggests, it’s pretty good for jackpots too. Paradise may be pushing it, but there are close to a couple of dozen different progressive games to play here, so there certainly is plenty of choice.
The same is the case for the rest of the slots on offer. There are hundreds on the roster, designed by more than a dozen of the biggest names in gaming software. These include Microgaming and NetEnt, so the quality is high as well as the quantity. This high standard is maintained by the inclusion of an impressive supporting cast of software suppliers, such as Lightning Box, Rabcat and Thunderkick.
On the casino side, there are thirty or so different standard video formats of the main table games, including Baccarat, Blackjack, Poker and Roulette, with some nice dice options too. The Live Casino features more than a dozen live dealer games. These are provided by professional croupiers and live streamed from market leading studios like Extreme Live Gaming and NetEnt, so you can be sure of a realistic life like experience, even on your smartphone.
As a final option, you can choose from a selection of around twenty “Casual” games. These include Bingo, Keno, Lotto and a range of different scratch cards.
But wherever you look on this casino, there is plenty of choice. This goes for the payment methods you can use too. For convenience, it is difficult to look beyond Trustly, but Pay by Phone will also be an attractive option for mobile players. But there are a dozen more ways to make a deposit here, including the usual debit cards, plus ecoPayz and Zimpler to name but two. The minimum deposit amount for most payments is £10.
Support is available round the clock on this casino. And again you have a choice: you can contact the Customer Support desk via live chat or e-mail.
So are the terms and conditions fair?
I’ve seen better, I’ve seen worse. The good news is that there are no limits on the amount you can withdraw here. No matter how big nor how small your prize kitty, you can make a claim. The bad news? There’s a £2.50 fee to pay for each and every claim, and a three day pending period too, so it will usually take at least a week for you to see the colour of your money.
Nevertheless, Jackpot Paradise is fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. This means that it can be considered safe and fair to play for players based within the United Kingdom.
It’s good, but not that good. There certainly are more than enough games here to keep most players happy, but as for paradise… What could be a suitable substitute? Jackpot Joy? Oops, already taken. Playground maybe? Mmmm, I see the problem. Ok, let’s stick with Paradise!