One of the most unusual main pages I’ve ever seen is at Jambo Casino. Basically, the main page asks the question: “What Do You Need to Know about Jambo Casino?” The answers are given in three distinct paragraphs. After reading these paragraphs, players will know a little more about this casino and then move on to the main menu at the top left of the main page to use the following links: Login, Game Search, Promotions, Exclusive Club, Getting Started, Information, and Change Language.
Jambo Casino is new casino brand owned by Nitouka Limited, a company incorporated under the laws of Malta. The games on this website are powered and operated by Aspire Global International LTD., a Malta based company. In Great Britain only, the games on this website are operated by AG Communications Limited, a Malta based company which is licensed and regulated by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission. The casino is powered by NetEnt, Microgaming, BetSoft Gaming and Novomatic. It is not open to US players, but is available to players from Australia, Canada, and Europe.
It should be noted here that while Jambo Casino allows players to choose their language, the promotions page cannot be turned into English. Please review their sister casino Neptune Play Casino to read everything you need to know in the promotions section.
Under the Bonus Terms, Jambo Casino does refer to non-depositing bonuses as follows: “Unless stated otherwise by Jambo Casino, the non-deposit bonus is available to new players only (players who have not received this bonus before). Free Games bonus: All free games credited to a player's account must be used within 1 day from when the offer was granted. Unused free spins will be removed from the account thereafter. Free games are considered as a bonus and must be wagered before any winnings can be cashed out. The free games bonus is calculated as the total value of the winnings received through the use of the free spins. The total value of such credit shall be subject to the wagering requirements set out below.” The problem is Jambo Casino does not state what the no deposit bonus actually is nor do they tell us more about the Free Spins. In this case, BenGames.org will inquire as to what the NDB is as well as the Free Spins. This information will be shown to the right of this review at BenGames.org
It took quite a while to find any game at Jambo Casino, but to no avail. However, I did find this regarding Instant Play. “All Practice accounts have a limit of 250 games to play with. Should you chose to open up a Real Money account, your first deposit of a minimum of €10, and each deposit thereafter will add another 250 games to your practice account. You may switch back to Practice Mode at any time and play any remaining games you have available.”
Apparently Jambo Casino is an instant play casino, however, they do put a cap on the number of free games you can play as mentioned in the above question.
You can play Jambo Casino while away from home as well as on your desktop. Most casinos nowadays have a mobile casino equivalent, but newer casinos such as Jambo have built some really robust slots that work seamlessly and also look great on smaller screens.
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For complete instructions on how to make a Deposit using any of the methods, click on any Deposit method symbol. You can also press on any 'Create Account' button to open a new Account of the relevant method.
You can reach a customer representative via Live Chat, email support, and direct dial phone.
I am betwixt and between regarding Jambo Casino. Without being able to access the games, I can only say that with the multiple providers listed, there should be close to 700 games available. These should include slots, table games, video poker, new games, and more. The welcome bonus is okay as are the payment methods. If you live outside of the US, I would recommend you visit Jambo Casino to ascertain what games are available.