We had previously done an extensive review of Slots Magic Casinos former website Jackpot Party, which re-branded itself in early 2014 to become the casino that you can see and play today. The former site was operated by WMS, who decided to step back and license its games to operators, who then sold to SkillOnNet who put their games up while also licensing titles from WMS and NextGen Gaming. Do the new games make it worth your time to play there?
Software and Games
As noted above, Slots Magic is powered by SkillOnNet, WMS, and NextGen Games. All of these games are powered through the Slots Magic website, which is done completely in-browser so that you dont have to download any software, although that option is there is you prefer to stick the casino onto your desktop.
The process of registering your account is very easy, and if you had a former account at Jackpot Party you can simply log in with your old credentials. After getting set up you can play just under 50 different slots, which offer a nice variety of titles that includes branded games and those that are created from scratch in-house.
A decent selection of table games is also available, with a decent selection of blackjack, poker, war, roulette and craps games with a few variations boosting the number of games available. Rounding up the traditional gaming selection is a selection of sixteen video poker games, most of which are comprised of Deuces Wild, Aces and Faces, Jacks or Better, and Joker Poker.
There is also a very nice live dealer casino that you can play directly from your browser. There are just three games available in Slots Magics Live Dealer section (blackjack, baccarat, and roulette), but they are very well done with the site having excellent video quality and responsive options for when you make a selection.
Banking and Customer Support
The banking options at Slots Magic are huge in number, but the site stumbles in a few key ways that made me unhappy.
First, I dont like the very low 10,000 per month maximum withdrawal limit as I feel that it limits players who hit a big win. Second, the fact that the casino holds your withdrawal request as pending until midnight the following day really puts a sour taste in my mouth. This gives the casino an extra chance to lure you back in and play more, where you can bust out, and that is not good.
With that being said, the banking system is generally quite nice in terms of payment options available and the speed with which withdrawals are processed after that holding period is quite speedy.
Customer support is also decent, with the support team able to help you with bonus questions and technical issues. They can be reached 24/7 via telephone and email, but I wish instant message was also an option as that is my preferred option for dealing with casino staff.