- Website – www.alljackpotscasino.com
- Launched in 2003
- Licensed by Malta Gaming Authority
- Email – email@example.com
- Telephone -356 2778 0418
All Jackpots Casino Review for 2022
So, you want to know more about All Jackpots Casino?
You’re in the right place.
You’ll find our review below. It contains the most current information we could dig up about All Jackpots. The topics we cover include:
- Company – Who are they? How’s their reputation?
- Banking – How can you fund your account? How do you cash out?
- Promotions – What deals can you claim? Are their terms fair?
- Games – What games can you play? How can you play them?
Then we wrap the review up with a summary of what we liked, disliked – and ultimately – whether we recommend them to our readers.
But just a heads up – All Jackpots has been blacklisted by a trusty review site, while recommended by others. I’m curious to see which side of the fence we’re on.
Then let’s get to it.
Who is All Jackpots Casino? How long have they been online?
All Jackpots Casino doesn’t share any information about who they are on their website. Their about page is blank. That’s disappointing because this is one of the easiest pages to write, not to mention one of the most important. It tells your customers who you are and why they should trust you. All Jackpots fails epically here.
But we’ve managed to find a few details about them.
For starters, they’ve been in business since 2002 (though other sites say 2005).
They’re part of Digimedia, a gambling network who’s been in business since before the turn of the century. They own several other casinos – many of which we’ve reviewed – including 7 Sultans, River Belle, Jackpot City and Royal Vegas.
Are they licensed and regulated? How do you know their games are fair?
All Jackpots Casino is licensed through their parent company by the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority. You can see their license info here.
Their games are also tested for fairness. They’ve obtained their license through eCOGRA, which you can view here.
How is All Jackpots’ reputation? Are there any major complaints or issues to be aware of?
Good. There are no big problems, scams or complaints to report.
ThePogg.com doesn’t like them, but that’s no surprise. However, they are endorsed by the WizardOfOdds.com, and are a Casinomeister.com Accredited Casino. They also have a 7.13 out of 10 rating on AskGamblers.com – 10 out of 13 complaints on their site are resolved, too.
So, their reputation is average to above-average, depending on who you ask.
"We were made aware of several reports of "shaving", an industry term meaning theft from affiliate marketers, by Brightshare who are the affiliate marketing arm of this casino. Sure enough we checked our own numbers and found that they had done the same to us. Recent changes to the group’s payout speed (slower) and payment limitations (less per week) are not encouraging and reflect a casino group that may be struggling with cashflow. We have no trust at all in the people running this casino and advise you to avoid it for your own safety".
I reviewed their sources, but fail to see any proof to back up their claims/actions. That’s not to say they’re wrong, or that these accusations are unfounded. I have no idea.
That said, if All Jackpots is shaving these affiliates – a relatively big affiliate – why wouldn’t they also shave Casinomeister.com or WizardOfOdds.com (and their sister site, LatestCasinoBonuses.com)?
I assume All Jackpots isn’t shaving Casinomeister.com or WizardOfOdds.com simply because both websites still endorse and promote them. I highly doubt they would if they weren’t receiving compensation and/or if they felt they were a danger to their readers.
Ultimately, I’ve not come across anything else that leads me to believe that All Jackpots is doing anything wrong to customers or affiliates. But if we hear or experience anything to the contrary, we’ll be sure to update this review immediately.
One other thing – don’t hesitate to read the sources linked above, do your own research and come to your own conclusions. If you don’t feel like All Jackpots is safe and fun place to play, then don’t join.
Who can’t play at All Jackpots?
This information isn’t posted on All Jackpots. It wasn’t on 7 Sultans, either.
The good news is, I sent 7 Sultans an email to ask them about it. They sent me a list of prohibited countries, which I assume also applies to All Jackpots.
Those countries include:
- American Samoa
- French Guiana
- French Polynesia
- French Southern Territories
- Hong Kong
- Saint Barthelme
- South Africa
- St Pierre and Miquelon
- Taiwan United Kingdom
- United States
- United States Minor Outlying Islands
- Wallis and Futuna
How do you contact them with questions or problems?
Here are your options:
All these channels excluding the last one apply to 7 Sultans Casino, too. I assume they must work for all their properties.
How do you fund your account?
They don’t share any banking information – NONE AT ALL – on their website. It’s blank – just like their about page. I checked their FAQ page, but that’s blank, too.
So, I collected the following banking information from Casinomeister.com (and double-checked it against AskGamblers.com). The options you have for making a deposit include:
- Citadel Direct
- Direct Bank Transfer
How can you cash out your winnings? Are there any limits or fees?
You can use:
- Direct Bank Transfer
You can cash out a weekly limit of 5x the value of your lifetime deposits. They process payments within 48 hours, but don’t offer weekend cash outs.
Do they offer new customers a bonus or some kind of deal?
They do. Right now All Jackpots is offering $30 free + $1,600 in bonuses. Here’s how that works:
- Open your account Get $5
- Make your 1st deposit 100% bonus up to $250 plus $10 free
- Make your 2nd deposit 50% bonus up to $250 plus $15 free
- Make your 3rd deposit 50% bonus up to $500
- Make your 4th deposit 50% bonus up to $600
An important thing to keep in mind is that you’ll need to make the 2nd, 3rd and 4th deposits within 1 week of making your 1st deposit. So, this offer won’t be particularly helpful for people on a budget.
As for their playthrough requirement, they don’t make this easy to find. It’s not in their Welcome Bonus terms and conditions, which I think makes the most sense.
Anyway, I eventually found it in another ‘promotion’ terms and conditions page. This offer will have a 40x playthrough, which will fluctuate based on the games you play. Here are the contribution percentages for all their different casino games:
- Slots, american roulette, parlor games – 100%
- Table poker games, casino war, sicbo – 50%
- Blackjack, roulette (excluding American roulette) – 20%
- Video poker games, baccarat, craps – 10%
These contribution percentages seem reasonable compared to other casinos I’ve reviewed. Assuming you don’t mind still wagering 80 to 400x to clear a bonus, that is.
Do they have any other offers you can claim?
They might, but they don’t share many details about them on their site. 7 Sultans is the same way.
What I can tell you is that they have this rewards scheme where you’ll earn points from specific machines. Once you fill the points bar (on your screen), you’ll receive a free spin on the ‘Jungle Wheel.’ This wheel has all sorts of prizes you can win, including free spins and bonus rounds. All said, the prizes are worth more than $200,000.
Other than that, they don’t share anything on their site. You can see past promotions, so you know they DO have additional offers. But they either don’t share and/or promote new offers very
Does All Jackpots Casino have a comps or VIP program?
They do. They have a loyalty program where you earn points for every bet you make. The number of points you earn depends on the game you play.
Here’s how that works:
|Game type||Bet size||Point allocation|
|Slot games and unique games||1 credit||1 point|
|Table games (not mentioned below)||5 credits||1 point|
|Sic bo and all roulettes||10 credits||1 point|
|Video poker games, craps, baccarat and all the blackjack games except Classic Blackjack||20 credits||1 point|
|Classic Blackjack and All Aces Video Poker||100 credits||1 point|
The games with the smaller house edge will require more bets for every point you want to collect.
Those points will then determine your VIP status. There are 4 tiers – Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond – which will come with different perks.
Here’s a chart showing you the different perks you get for each level:
|Free points when you make your first deposit.||2,500|
|Qualification and maintenance requirements||Register a Real Money account at and make a deposit||Earn at least 10,000 Rewards points in a calendar month||Earn at least 25,000 Rewards points in a calendar month||Earn at least 75,000 Rewards points in a calendar month|
|Redeem Rewards points for cash||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Eligibility for weekly promotions||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Bonus points when you play on your birthday||25,000||50,000||100,000|
|Accelerated earnings||5% faster than Silver level. Earn 100 points and get another 5 for free||10% faster than Silver level. Earn 100 points and get another 10 for free||15% faster than Silver level. Earn 100 points and get another 15 for free|
|Monthly loyalty bonus (ongoing loyalty bonus)||10,000||30,000||50,000|
Most of the rewards are vague – redeeming points for cash, birthday bonus and weekly promotions doesn’t mean much. How much do you get? That’s what I want to know. I assume the amounts vary based on level and/or your playing/deposit history.
I don’t like the monthly maintenance sucks, either. I prefer the programs that give you a little bit of a break on a month-to-month basis (compared to the points required to initially hit the level).
On the upside, I like the idea of redeeming points for cash, as well as earning points faster the higher up you go.
There’s more info you should be aware of if you choose to play here and participate in the loyalty program. Things like redemption amounts and expiration dates. You can find that information on the site’s Loyalty page.
What software do they use? How do you play their games?
All Jackpots uses Microgaming software. You have a couple of options for how to play their games.
You can download their software or use their instant play (browser) casino. The browser casino will work for Windows and Mac desktops, as well as for mobile devices.
On their mobile page they say they have a mobile-dedicated casino. But I think they meant to say ‘used to.’ Because when I tried to go there, I was redirected to their main website. It also says they have less than 20 games to play, which is compatible with iOS, Android and Blackberry.
However – when I checked them out on my iPhone, it looks like you can play 150+ games, which is less than their desktop browser casino, but still impressive overall (for mobile). I can’t
say if they’re still compatible with Blackberry, like their mobile page says, but Android compatibility is probable.
How many games does All Jackpots have? What are some examples of games you can play?
The number of games you have access to will depend on which platform you choose to use to play them. For example, I mentioned above they have about 150 games for mobile users.
But for instant casino players, you’ll have:
- 344 slots
- 63 table games
- 24 video poker games
- 16 progressive games
- 13 scratch cards
- 37 casual games
And, from what I understand, you’ll have an even bigger selection if you download their software. I see different numbers reported from other sites, but 400 games is a safe estimate. But don’t be shocked if you see closer to 600-700 (or more).
Here are some examples of the titles you’ll get to play:
- Adventure Palace
- Agent Jane Blonde
- Age of Discovery
- Alaskan Fishing
- Alley Cats
- Arctic Fortune
- Asian Beauty
- Bars & Stripes
- Beach Babes
- Bearly Fishing
- Bomber Girls
- Boogie Monsters
- Break da Bank
- Buffet Bonanza
- Bush Telegraph
- Cabin Fever
- Celtic Crown
- Centre Court
- Chain Mail
- Deck the Halls
- Doctor Love
- Dolphin Tale
- Eagle’s Wings
- Electric Diva
- Fat Lady Sings
- Fearless Frederick
- First Past the Post
- Frozen Diamonds
- Fruit vs Candy
- Jungle Jim El Dorado
- Karaoke Party
- Life of Riches
- Lost Vegas
- Reel Spinner
- Secret Romance
- Shanghai Beauty
- Wild Orient
It’s difficult to do this section justice, between the quantity, quality and diversity of slot machines they have. They have licensed slots, too, which are my favorite by far. If you haven’t tried them, you should. Those are what I play most whenever I go to Las Vegas.
- Red Dog
- European Blackjack
- Vegas Downtown Blackjack
- European Blackjack Hi Lo 13
- Vegas Strip Blackjack
- Big Five Blackjack
- Atlantic City Blackjack
- Bonus Blackjack
- Double Exposure
- Spanish Blackjack
- Super Fun 21
- Classic Blackjack Multi-Hand
- 3-Card Poker
- High Speed Poker
- American Roulette
- French Roulette
- European Roulette
- Wheel of Riches
- Live Caribbean Stud Poker
- Live Blackjack
- Live Baccarat
- Live Casino Hold’em
- Live Roulette
- Hold’em High
- Bonus Pai Gow Poker
There are a couple of upsides to this section:
- They have lots of variants, especially for blackjack and roulette.
- There are lots of table games overall to choose from.
- They offer live dealer games.
One thing I don’t care for, though, is that they don’t place the live dealer games in their own section like other casinos. Which means you don’t know they’re available unless you dig deeper into each section. Otherwise you’ll pass them up – and then maybe the casino, too.
I think it makes more sense to display them in their own section since live dealer games still aren’t a common option. It’s something that people look for, and can make or break someone’s decision to play somewhere.
- Jacks or Better
- Tens or Better
- Aces & Eights
- Aces & Faces
- Bonus Deuces Wild
- Deuces Wild
- Joker Poker
- Bonus Poker
- Double Bonus Poker
- Poker Pursuit
- All American
- All Aces
The video poker machines are a big selling point for Casinomeister.com. I haven’t played these machines specifically, so, I can’t say anything about the quality. But what I can say is that I don’t think anyone will be able to complain about the quantity or variety of machines available.
- Mega Moolah
- Mega Moolah ISIS
- Cash Splash
- Treasure Nile
- Major Millions
- Fruit Fiesta
- Jackpot Deuces
The jackpots range from a seemingly boring (until you win it) $5,000, to an exciting, life-altering $1 million bucks.
Mega Moolah is the biggest and the most popular machine, by far. Much of its popularity, I suspect, is from the tens of millions its paid out to players over the last decade.
- Scratch Card
- Flip Card
- Dawn of The Bread
- Lucky Numbers
- Slam Funk
- Granny Prix
- Plunder the Sea
- Offside and Seek
- Bowled Over
- Golden Ghouls
- Card Number
- Wild Champions
- Game Set and Scratch
- Monkey Keno
- Four by Four
- Whack A Jackpot
- Dragons Fortune
- Super Bonus Bingo
- Turtley Awesome
- Hairy Fairies
- Three Wheeler
- Samba Bingo
- Mayan Bingo
- Crown and Anchor
- Space Evader
- Six-Shooter Looter
Not too much to add to either of these sections. But if you’re into scratch tickets, keno or arcade games, you’ll have plenty to choose from.
That’s All Jackpots games in a nutshell. Reviews like this don’t do game selections like theirs any justice, though. There are just far too many games to play. So, if you truly want to get an idea of what you can play here, you’ll have to check them out yourself. I recommend using the instant play casino since you can browse the games (possibly even play for fake/real money) without an account.
Make sure to click on the top-level options located in the left-sidebar. They will drop down to display additional sub-categories, which is where you’ll find specific options such as arcade slots, blackjack or roulette games.
And even then, you’ll still want to go through each section manually to see what games they have. Because you might miss specific games otherwise, like I almost did with their live dealer table games.
What do we like least about All Jackpots?
There are a few things I didn’t like about their casino:
- My biggest complaint is the lack of information. Between their about page (important!), their banking page (important!), their FAQ page (important!) and finding their terms and conditions (important!), I wouldn’t blame anyone for not signing up here. How can you determine a casino’s right for you, much less trust them, if they don’t post these sorts of details on their website?
- They don’t display many promotions. Maybe they promote their offers to existing customers. But there’s also a chance they simply don’t offer additional deals. You won’t know unless you sign up, and that’s not something everyone’s willing to do without knowing more (first).
- You also have to claim (all) their welcome bonuses within 7 days. This, to me, defeats the purpose of letting people make multiple deposits.
What do we like most about them?
Here are the things I like about them:
- They have lots of games. No matter which way you go, whether it’s mobile, instant play or their download, you’ll have hundreds of games to choose from.
- They use Microgaming software. I’m a big fan because Microgaming offers lots of game variety, variants and licensed slots.
- Their contribution percentages for playing games other than slots when clearing a bonus seems relatively decent. I don’t recommend you play blackjack or video poker to clear (most) bonuses. But if you do want to, this looks like the place to do it.
You’d think that, since they’re pretty much identical to 7 Sultans, that my recommendation would be the same.
But that’s not the case.
I found more flaws with All Jackpots than I did with 7 Sultans. And while they’re owned by the same parent company, there’s a chance they’re managed by different people.
For that reason, I think it makes more sense to pass All Jackpots up for 7 Sultans. They did a little bit better than All Jackpots did in the information department.
That said, I wouldn’t blame anyone for passing both up for a more upfront and legit looking casino. There are dozens, if not hundreds of Microgaming-powered casinos out there. You’re not limited in any way.
So, check out All Jackpots (or 7 Sultans) if you want. Otherwise I recommend heading to our review section to find another candidate.