All Star Games
All Star Games
All Star Games is incredibly new to the scene, launching in 2017, the site is owned and operated by Jumpman Gaming Ltd, who are well known for the array of bingo sites they operate. The company has moved into the slots business with the launch of All Star and a few other similar sites.
- Huge choice of slot games, including many of the most popular games
- Great mobile website
- WhatsApp customer support
- Unrealistic wagering requirements on bonus funds
- No telephone support
- Customer services is only available during office hours
- Lack of table games and live casino
The site has an all American feel, with a colour pallet of bright reds, blues and golds. The designers have taken a different approach to the majority of the industry, however whilst the layout is a bit different, it’s still intuitive and easy to navigate.
Bonuses and Promotions
The welcome offer focuses on the hugely popular slots game, Starburst, with the chance to win 500 spins on the game. You’ll need to deposit at least £10 to qualify for the offer and then you’ll get to spin the “Mega Reel” to win a prize. Prizes include the free Starburst or Fluffy Favourites spins and amazon vouchers.
To be honest, keep your fingers crossed for the Amazon voucher, as you’re unlikely to be withdrawing any winnings from the free spins, they need to be wagered 65 times and not all games contribute to this. They’ve also set a limit of £250 on the amount of winnings you can withdraw from a bonus offer. You’ll get a free spin on the Mega Reel every time you deposit £20, so hopefully you’ll get that voucher eventually.
Games on Offer
All Star Games is all about the slots and the menus are evidence of this, click on “All Games” and you’ll find a huge range of slots, the only filter options are most popular and jackpots, both of which will bring up slots games. You’ll find all the popular games like Starburst and Gonzo’s Quest, if slots are what you’re after, you’ll be like a kid in a candy shop.
Although there’s no direct link to other games, blackjack and roulette are available if you use the search box, you’ll find a couple of versions of each, but the site doesn’t have a live casino.
All Star doesn’t currently have an app for either Apple or Android, however the website is optimised for mobile and the games will work on any mobile device. The games run smoothly on the mobile version with no jumping or pauses in game play. It’s a well-functioning mobile site, you’ll find all the games available on the main site and shouldn’t have any problems making a deposit or withdrawal whilst on the go.
There’s a good choice of ways to contact All Star, with live chat, email and WhatsApp customer service available. They also have a pretty well stocked FAQ section, so you can find out most the basic information yourself. There’s no option to contact them by phone and live chat and WhatsApp is only available Monday to Friday 9.30am to 6pm, not great if you like to do your gaming outside of office hours.
All Star’s parent company are fully registered in the Channel Islands with the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, who actually provide an arbitration service should you have any issues not solved by All Star. The company is also fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, so you’ve got all the protection you’d get on any other UK site.
The website runs SSL encryption technology too, which is industry standard, it basically stops your details being intercepted or stolen and is what most commercial banks use, so your financial information is safe as can be.
Verdict / Summary
If you love the thrill of the slots and aren’t fussed about table games or live casino games, then you’ll get on well with All Star Casino. The main focus really is the slots, with the few table games they do have merging in to the background.
There isn’t a mobile app, but you shouldn’t miss it as the mobile site is easy to use, offers smooth game play on all the slots and doesn’t seem to be prone to crashing.
The huge downside to this site is the terms of the promotional offers and the limited customer service, you can’t get anyone on the phone and they’re only available during office hours. They do however, offer WhatsApp support, which may make it easier to deal with them during your working day.
Overall if you love the slots, you’ll probably get on with this site well, just be mindful not to take the promotions too seriously and that you may have to wait to get in touch with customer services.
If table games and live casino are your thing, this casino is not for you.