So Many Slots is an online casino which you’d expect to be, well, overflowing with slots! It appeared on the Jumpman Slots Network in late 2017 alongside two new sister sites called Gold Rush Slots and Rocket Slots, and at the time of launch, it was equipped with no less than 350 slots and fun games. With twenty-eight jackpot slots to choose from including the hugely popular Mega Moolah, the chance to win 500 free spins with your first deposit, “generous promotions”, and fun tasks to complete while you play, it certainly sounds like a promising prospect for anyone who’s fond of a spin or two. But, is a huge selection of slot games enough to tempt the average player to become a long-term member of the site?
So Many Slots uses an outer space theme which hints at its aim to give players an out-of-this-world gaming experience, and the So Many Slots logo includes the “7” symbol which most of us know from pub fruities and classic slot games.
There’s an overview of the site underneath the featured games, which tells you more about the types of slot games you can choose from, the deposit methods on offer, and the bonuses available.
A large ad banner that just underneath the menu explains how you can win up to 500 free spins on NetEnt’s Starburst slot when you make your first deposit of just £10.
The log-in/sign-up area sits at the very top, and there’s a button which you can tick if you wish your computer to remember your username and password for future visits.
Like other brands on the Jumpman Slots Network, So Many Slots offers customer support in three different ways. The first is an innovative method – Whats App – while the other two are more traditional – email and live chat. However, what’s disappointing is that you can only talk to an agent via Whats App or live chat from Monday to Friday between 9.30 AM and 6 PM. And, there’s no way of speaking to someone on the phone if you don’t have or want a Whats App account.
If you’ve played at other Jumpman casinos, you won’t find anything different promotions-wise at So Many Slots. Plus, while the welcome bonus looks tempting, it’s not all that it’s cracked up to be. For example, the advert on the homepage states that you can “win up to 500 free spins on Starburst” on the Mega Reel bonus game when you make a first deposit of £10 minimum. But, when you read the small print, you discover that a) the prizes vary between free spins and Amazon vouchers, b) prizes are not guaranteed, c) you can claim one Mega Reel spin every time you deposit £20+ but only if you don’t have any pending withdrawals, d) the maximum bonus winnings you can convert to withdrawable cash is £250, and e) the wagering requirements are 65x.
Regular members of the site who deposit £100 or more “have a chance of unlocking the Turbo Reel”. The Turbo Reel is an enhanced version of the Mega Reel, and it contains more generous prizes. But, once again, the max bonus conversion is £250 and the wagering requirements are 65x.
New players automatically qualify for 2x the advertised weekly cashback for their VIP level for their first thirty-one days of play. Plus, anyone who funds their account during the week can claim ten or more free spins on Wednesdays.
So Many Slots is a dedicated slots network that runs on Jumpman Gaming software, and features games from the likes of NetEnt, Pariplay, Microgaming, and Eyecon. The same suite of games can be found at all of the other Jumpman Slots brands, and there are plenty to choose between. We like that you can search for individual games, but the lobby could really use more categories, particularly for video poker, casino games, and casual games.
Despite not mentioning it anywhere the website, So Many Slots offers an HTML mobile-optimised version of its website for smartphones and tablets. So, don’t go looking for an iOS or Android app as you won’t find one. The mobile slots version of So Many Slots seems to perform well on all types of devices, and looks almost identical to the desktop site.
So Many Slots is fully licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, and includes information relating to the independent testing of its Random Number Generator (RNG) and SSL certificate, plus it provides information on responsible gambling.
Although So Many Slots doesn’t have any original games to boast about, and its entire games collection can be found at other sites on the Jumpman Slots Network, it does offer members more than 350 titles to choose from.
There’s a good choice of slot games, include progressive slots, such as Steam Tower, Wolf Cub, Thunderstruck II, Immortal Romance, Lucky Leprechaun, Mega Moolah, Irish Eyes 2, Bar Bar Black Sheep, and Gonzo’s Quest. But, the selection of casino games and video poker variants is very small in comparison, and there are no live dealer games available as yet.
The Cashier allows you to choose from debit and credit cards such as MasterCard, Maestro, and Visa, and you also have the option to deposit using Pay by Mobile, Paypal, and Paysafecard. It would be good to see the banking methods extended to include more e-wallets such as Skrill and Neteller,
Withdrawal processing is a little slower than average, mainly due to the 48-hour pending period which is enforced as soon as you submit a withdrawal request.
The VIP programme consists of five different tiers, and once you’ve been promoted to the second tier, you begin to get free spins with all of your qualifying deposits. At the higher levels, you receive extra rewards such weekly cashback, and there are birthday bonuses to look forward to as well. However, as the system is deposit-based, only players who are willing and able to spend significant sums of cash will be able to achieve the higher ranks. For example, you must wager £1,000 every month to maintain Pro level and £5,000 per month to maintain VIP level. Ideally, we’d like to see the VIP programme rethought so that loyal members who aren’t able to deposit vast amounts are also rewarded.
With around twenty sites now running on the Jumpman Slots Network, the formula which originally worked well for the online bingo and casino operator has now led to over-saturation. And, because the teething points such as the high wagering requirements and lack of casino games have yet to be rectified, So Many Slots just doesn’t have enough to offer to make us want to stick around.