Lion Wins is a casino established in early 2019. It is targeting mainly UK customers, and it holds licenses from the UKGC and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. So far so good. From the look of it, it is a legitimate casino, featuring a decent range of games and catering to players by offering generous welcome bonuses. Is there anything that would make you think twice before claiming these bonuses? Let’s find out.
Lion Wins Casino Layout
It comes as no surprise that Lion Wins’ logo is a black and white image of a lion with orange eyes. Black and orange colours prevail in site’s design as well. The design itself is quite unobtrusive and all the options you need are neatly stacked at the top right side of your screen. If you click on the “All Games” tab, you will have all game categories displayed.
The Promotions page features an intimidating number of bonuses and each bonus offer comes with small, yet essential details you need to be familiar with, so let’s start one by one.
The welcome bonus offer is a huge deviation from the match deposit bonuses we are used to. It is comprised of … free spins or Amazon vouchers whatever fate befalls you 🙂
To determine your prize, you need to spin the Mega Reel. You will be granted one free Mega Reel spin once you make a deposit of at least £20. If you win free spins, they will be valid for selected slots only. Your max win is capped at £8 per 10 spins. If you win an Amazon voucher, it will be emailed to you, so make sure you enter a valid email address.
If you unintentionally close the Mega Reel pop-up window, you blow up your chance for a win as it will not show up again.
The funds you win from the free spins have a 65x wagering requirement attached. If you meet the wagering requirement, the max amount you will be able to withdraw is £250. If your winnings exceed that amount, the remaining balance will be removed from your account.
Daily Cashback for New and Existing Players
During the first month following the account creation, new players qualify for a daily cashback ranging between 1% and 20%, depending on their VIP level. Your cashback is not automatically credited. You need to claim it or else, it will reset after midnight.
After the first month of the account creation, you can still claim cashback, but the percentages slightly change. “Newbie” level players cannot take advantage of the offer. Players whose status is “Expert”, “Pro”, “VIP”, and “Legend” can claim cashback of 1%, 3%, 5%, 10%, respectively.
How can you climb the VIP ladder? Every £1 you deposit gives you 1 Kudo.
And here’s a catch. To maintain your loyalty level, you need to wager a certain amount of money every month:
Every £100 you deposit give you one Turbo Reel spin. The maximum amount of winnings you can withdraw from the Turbo Reel is £250. Needless to say, that amount becomes cashable when you clear the wagering requirements.
Looking for Extra Dough?
Lion Wins seem to love that voucher thing. Apart from Amazon vouchers, they also send £15 pizza vouchers to 5 VIPs with the highest wagers placed on Sunday. What’s more, if you accept the challenge to collect trophies and level up, you get.. guess what? A £10 Amazon voucher. Practical, isn’t it?
Last but not least, if you log into your account on Wednesday between 3-7pm, you get 10 free spins on selected games.
Lion Wins accepts VISA, Maestro, MasterCard, paysafecard, Pay by Mobile, and Paypal. The minimum deposit is £10, but if you want to spin the Mega Reel, you need to deposit at least £20.
There is no minimum withdrawal, but if you wish to withdraw less than £10, you need to contact the customer support. If you would like to withdraw less than £30, you will have to pay a flat £2.50 fee.
There is a pending period during which you can cancel a withdrawal and continue playing with your funds. If you do not reverse the withdrawal, you should expect your winnings to show up in your bank account within 10 business days.
Depending on game played
* Depending on currency
contact the customer support if you want to withdraw less than £10
1-10 business days
depending on the payment method chosen
Security and Licensing
Lion Wins is regulated by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The UKGC license protects you if you fall a victim of dishonest practices such as forfeited or unpaid winnings, misleading bonus offers, etc. However, the casino cannot be held liable if you violate the terms and conditions or ignore them prior to depositing.
For example, Lion Wins casino has set a 65x wagering requirement. This is a bit on the high side given the fact that the wagering requirement at most casinos rarely goes beyond 40x unless we talk about a no deposit bonus. You cannot submit a complaint that you were tricked into claiming a bonus with impossible to meet wagering requirement as the latter is clearly stated on the T&C page.
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Lion Wins customer support is available between 2pm and 6pm. No, we haven’t messed up “am” and “pm”. They are available only 4 hours per day, but the working hours will probably change once the casino attracts more players. We tried to contact the customer care agents during the above-mentioned working hours twice and we came to this: “Temporarily unavailable, please email email@example.com”. We are clueless if luck betrayed us in two consecutive days, or there is no live chat support at all.
2pm - 6pm
Lion Wins Mobile Casino
Lion Wins casino hasn’t rolled out native apps, but the titles are tailored to ensure seamless mobile gambling experience. The games run smoothly on both iOS and Android devices. During our tests, we experienced some negligible freezes, though, but we are likely to attribute it to a laggy Internet connection.
The bottom line
Lion Wins looks like a legitimate, safe online gambling spot. The Amazon vouchers are an odd, yet appealing way of rewarding players. The game variety is just decent for a recently founded casino. The deposit and withdrawal limits are sensible. All in all, Lion Wins is worth your attention, you just need to decide which bonuses to claim and which ones you can go away with.