Coco Slots Casino Review for 2022

Welcome to our Coco Slots review. This is one of several casinos on the Jumpman Gaming Network we’ve reviewed recently.

If you’ve read one of our other casino reviews, or you have an account at one of these casinos, then all you need to know about Coco Slots is that they’re identical in every way. You can click this link if you know you want an account here, or you can click this link to find an alternative casino to learn about.

For everyone else, we’re going to cover a few important details you should know about Coco Slots before you sign up.

That includes:

  • Details about their company.
  • Their support contact info.
  • The banking options they accept.
  • The promotions they’re running.
  • The games you can play.

Then we’ll wrap things up with our final thoughts, which will include our recommendation as to whether we think you should spend your time and money at Coco Slots in 2022.

Let’s get to it.

VISIT Coco Slots
Device Compability:
Key Information
    • Website –
    • Launched in 2017
    • Licensed by  UK Gambling Commission
    • Email –
Hit and Misses
    • No Scams, Scandals or Issues
    • Poor Bonus Playthrough
    • Low Cash Out Limit
    • Hard to Find Imformation on Their Site
Payment Method


Who is Coco Slots? Are they licensed and regulated?

They launched in April 2017, and are one of many casinos on the Jumpman Gaming network who has launched this year.

Coco doesn’t have an about page (like many of their sister brands on the network). I get that they probably launched quickly and just haven’t had time to get that page up. But considering that they’re a brand-new casino, it’s probably one of the most important pages they could upload.

They are licensed and regulated, though. Most of their sites, as well as their white label sites, are under the same two licenses – one from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), and the other from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC).

How is their reputation? What do others think of them?

They’re brand-new – Coco Slots doesn’t have a reputation.

This works both for them and against them. No one has any reason to feel bad or apprehensive about playing here. At the same time, without any history to speak of they haven’t given you any reason not to feel apprehensive about playing here.

We are talking about the online gambling industry, after all.

That said, the few Jumpman casinos that have been reviewed by review sites – with the exception of (who doesn’t like anyone) – have received average ratings. So, I think it’s logical to bring the same expectations to Coco Slots until they prove otherwise.

And if it helps ease your mind, you can learn about their parent company, Jumpman Gaming, on their website.

Countries Accepted by Coco Slots

Who can join Coco Slots Casino?

Anyone NOT from one of the following countries can create an account at Coco Slots:

  • Antigua
  • Albania
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belarus
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • France
  • Gibraltar
  • Herzegovina
  • Hungary
  • Indonesia
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Kosovo
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Macedonia
  • Malaysia
  • Moldova
  • Montenegro
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Russian Federation
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • United States of America

Customer Support

How do I contact Coco Slots?

You can contact support using one of the following methods:

WhatsApp: 07911 765080


What payment methods do Coco Slots accept?

Another page they don’t have on their website is a banking page. This is sort of dumb, as people want to know what banking options they can or cannot use BEFORE committing to an account.

However, I did manage to find their banking details in their terms and conditions. It’s not the most logical place for that information – in my opinion – but at least now we can’t say they don’t share this information with you.

Anyway, these are the banking options they accept:

  • Visa debit/credit
  • MasterCard
  • Maestro
  • Paysafe Card
  • Pay by Mobile
  • PayPal

Their deposit limits are:

  • $10 minimum
  • $5,000 per day
  • $10,000 per week
  • $20,000 per month.

How can you cash out your winnings?

You can only use the same methods to receive a cash out. The one exception is Pay by Mobile (which isn’t available for cash outs).

The min you can cash out is £30. The max you can cash out is $1,000 per day, $3,000 per week and $5,000 per month.

I think the $5,000 monthly cash out limit is pretty ridiculous for an international (non-US) casino. Worse yet, progressive jackpots are excluded.

To put this into perspective – if you win a $100,000 jackpot, it’ll take you 20 months to fully collect what you’re owed.

Considering all we’ve seen from the online gambling industry, it’s hard to have faith that a brand-new casino will be around 20 months from now, much less payout all that money owed over 20 months.

Just something to think about.


Do they offer a welcome bonus? What’s the catch?

They do.

On your first 3 deposits, you can claim their 100% match bonus up to $200. You’ll also receive 20 free spins for the Starburst slot machine.

In total, you’ll be able to claim as much as $600 and 60 free spins.

But there IS catch – there always is. You’ll have to playthrough the deposit AND bonus 65x. The bonus isn’t cashable, either, though your winnings are. However, you can cash out a max of $500.

That goes for any money you win from your free spins, too.

The following games do not contribute towards the wagering requirement:

  • blackjack
  • roulette
  • any other casino style games
  • hi lo games
  • video poker
  • keno
  • progressive jackpot slots

I think this offer sounds pretty neat …until you get to the playthrough. Most online casinos are in the 30-50x range – TOTAL – not on the deposit plus bonus. Think about that – which bonus would you rather clear – one with a 30-50x (total) playthrough, or the 65x the deposit plus bonus – 130x TOTAL.

It should be pretty obvious which would be the best one for you.

Are there any additional offers you can claim?

There are a handful of additional offers. Here are the details.

  • Super Saturday – If you make 3 deposits of $10+ on Saturday, you’ll receive 20 free spins by 8am the following Sunday morning. You can cash out $500 max, but only once you playthrough your winnings.
  • Mystery Thursday – Make a deposit on Wednesday and you’ll be eligible for a mystery offer the following Thursday. Based on their terms the offer can be free spins or bonus money. But you won’t know until you log-in on Thursday.
  • Happy Hour – Log-in every Wednesday between 3-7pm and you’ll receive 10 free spins …but only if you made a deposit (anytime) since the last Monday. The max you can convert to (withdrawable) winnings is $500.
  • Midnight Madness – This is a unique offer. Every Tuesday after midnight Coco Slots is giving away 250 batches of 20 free spins. All you got to do is make a $10 deposit. You can claim this offer as many times as you want, so long as there are batches of free spins left.
  • Trophies – Complete ‘fun’ tasks and you’ll collect trophies. The more trophies you collect, the faster you’ll climb to each level. You’ll receive free spins whenever you hit a new level, and each level (up) you hit, the more free spins you’ll get compared to the last level.

This wraps up all the offers you can find at most, if not all of Jumpman Gaming’s other casinos. But there is an offer Coco Slots has that I haven’t seen yet anywhere else.

  • Trophy Race – This one is pretty simple. Coco Slots is giving $1,500 to the first person to unlock 75 trophies. On top of that, every 5 trophies will unlock free spins. You can get as many as 165 free spins on top of the $1,500. However, the max you can convert to cashable winnings is $500.

Do they offer a comp points or VIP program?

Coco Slots has a VIP program. Their program is a little different in that you collect ‘Kudos,’ or points, for every $1 you deposit, instead of every $1-$10 you wager.

Kudos are used like points, though, which is to determine your place in their VIP program. The following chart shows you how many points it takes to reach each level, as well as the perks you get when you make it there.

Level Weekly Cashback Free Spins Birthday Bonus Kudos Req
Newbie No 0 Yes Up to 100 Kudos
Expert 1% 5 Yes 101 – 1,000
Pro 3% 10 Yes 1,001 – 2,500
VIP 5% 25 Yes 2501 – 5,000
Legend 10% 50 Yes 5,000+

You also want to keep in mind the maintenance levels to keep your current status. Maintenance levels are based on how much you bet each month.

Here’s what those look like:

$20,000+ wagered per month
$5,000+ wagered per month
$1,000+ wagered per month
$100+ wagered per month

Pretty standard stuff. The one improvement I think they could make to this is simply more perks – more reasons to deposit and play. Because 5 or 10 or even 50 free spins is hardly exciting. And the birthday bonus only comes around once per year.

It’d be nice to see higher table limits, expedited banking or higher banking limits, or additional deposit bonuses, too.

But not a bad start overall.


What software does Coco Slots use? What kinds of games can you play? How many games are there?

Coco Slots has more than 200 casino games. They come from a mixture of software companies which includes iSoftBet, NetEnt, Eyecon and Cozy Games. I’ve heard there might be others, but unless you check every single game, it’s hard to tell.

Their game selection is predominately slots, with a few video poker, table and misc. casino games mixed in.

We’ll look at a few examples of what you can play in the section after next.

What devices is their casino compatible with?

Coco Slots Casino has an instant play casino only. There’s no download. The benefit to this is that it’s far more convenient, and it’s compatible with any device who can use Safari, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox and other browsers. All you need is internet access.

They don’t have mobile apps, but their casino is compatible with iOS and Android phones and tablets. I wouldn’t hesitate to try a newer-gen Blackberry or Windows mobile device, either.

What are some examples of games you can play?


  • 24
  • 1 Can 2 Can
  • 99 Time
  • Ambience
  • Aloha!
  • Alchemist
  • Alice Adventure
  • 5 Ninjas
  • Aztec Rising
  • Autumn Gold
  • Astro Magic
  • Asteroids
  • Barn Ville
  • Beach
  • Beez Kneez
  • Best Things In Life
  • Beverly Hills 90201
  • Black Widow
  • Bloopers
  • Bloodshot
  • Boom Brothers
  • Booster
  • Boss The Lotto
  • Can Can
  • Cash Cuisine
  • Cherry Trio
  • Chilli Gold 2
  • Cops And Robbers
  • Cupids Arrow
  • Dolphin’s Island
  • Elements
  • Excalibur
  • Epic Gems
  • Eggomatic
  • Easter Island
  • Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters
  • Gets The Worm
  • Genie Wild
  • Gonzo’s Quest
  • Gamma Girl
  • Fruit Abduction
  • Foxin Wins
  • Froots
  • Guns N’ Roses
  • Happy Birds
  • Haunted Hallows
  • Jimi Hendrix
  • Lion Dance
  • Lights
  • Koi Princess
  • Lucky Irish
  • Mad Mad Monkey
  • Lucky Spell
  • Ninja Chef
  • Pandamania
  • Owl Eyes
  • Musketeer
  • Quest For The Grail
  • Reel Rush
  • Secret Garden 2

There are lots of fun themes, no matter what you prefer. The games that stand out are Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, Alice Adventure, Elements and Musketeer. But there are plenty of generic-themed slots, too, including slots revolving around horror, food, music and animals.

Coco Slots also runs a weekly slots content called Spin-A-Thon. You’ll earn points based on how much you wager each spin. The more points you earn, the higher up the leaderboard you’ll place. The higher up on the leaderboard you are, the bigger the chunk of the weekly prize pool you’ll win.

Here’s how the points work:

  • Each £0.1 to £0.49 spin will award 1 Point.
  • Each £0.5 to £0.99 spin will award 2 Points.
  • Each £1 to £4.99 spin will award 4 Points.
  • Each £5 spin and up will award 20 Points.

The top 25 points earners will earn a cash prize.

Video Poker

  • Jacks or Better 1-Hand
  • Deuces Wild Double Up
  • Joker Wild Double Up

This is the weakest selection. Considering all the software companies they’re working with, I don’t see why they don’t have a few more options – titles like Aces & Faces, Double Double Bonus or Tens and Better.

I also didn’t find any multi-hand variations.

Table Games

  • American Roulette
  • Blackjack
  • Casino Hold’em
  • European Roulette
  • Punto Banco Pro
  • Roulette Master
  • Single Deck Blackjack
  • TXS Holdem Pro

This is a little bit better selection of games compared to their video poker selection.

I’d like to see more options, of course. War, pontoon, pai gow poker and Caribbean stud are the first games to come to mind. I also can’t believe they don’t have live dealer games since one of the software companies they work with is NetEnt.

That said, one thing I like about their selection is that it’s not all blackjack and roulette variants. That’s one mistake other casinos with small table game selections make, and it gives players even less games to choose from.

Misc. Games

  • Keno
  • Lucky Keno
  • Rio Bingo

There’s not much to add here.

Overall – slots players will be the most satisfied here. They have a nice variety of slot types, features and themes.

Table game players will likely be satisfied here, too, but I wouldn’t sign up here specifically for that section.


Coco Slots has made a pretty decent attempt for a new casino. But I do have a few qualms with them.

One, they’re identical to all the other casinos I’ve reviewed from their network so far. They could easily distinguish themselves by adding 25-50 games from a different software company, or by having different offers. But they’ve done neither.

Two, their bonus playthrough (65x the deposit AND bonus) is absolutely ridiculous. That’s 2-3x more than most mature casinos. On top of that, even if you do get through the playthrough, the max you can cash out is $500.

Three, their $5,000 per month cash out limit (that doesn’t exclude progressive jackpot wins) is crazy low. I’m not sure I’d play progressives here since it could take months, if not years to collect all my winnings.

Last, they don’t make it easy to find their bonus terms and banking information – at least compared to other casinos. Not only that, but they don’t have an about page – something I feel is real important considering that they’re a brand-new casino.

Overall, I have no reason to tell you to avoid them – no scams, scandals or issues. But they ARE brand new, so we don’t know anything about them, either.

That, combined with them being a pretty average casino, and I’d recommend having an account at a top-tier casino or three FIRST before coming here.

But the choice is ultimately yours.