Bayton Limited Casinos
Bayton Limited is a casino network company with nine active sites. The Bayton Limited casino sites are Jackpot City Casino, Spin Palace, Mummys Gold, Riverbelle Casino, Casino Epoca, King Neptunes Casino, Gaming Club, Lucky Nugget Casino and Ruby Fortune.
Bayton Limited is based at 8 Villa Seminia, Sir Temi Zammit Avenue, Ta’ Xbiex, XBX 1011, Malta.
BAYTON LIMITED CASINOS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE TO PLAYERS IN THE UK. TRY ONE OF THE ALTERNATIVE CASINOS LISTED BELOW.
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Top Bayton Limited Casinos 2023
Bayton Ltd’s most successful casino site is Jackpot City, which unashamedly takes inspiration from Las Vegas. It might even be a Las Vegas of the future, based on the sheer number of skyscrapers in the background of the homepage and the “Jackpot City” zeppelin flying high above them. It seems that this casino is jackpot by name and jackpot by nature based on the £12,000,000 jackpot that takes pride of place on the casino’s homepage when you first load it. Scroll down to find the biggest individual jackpots paid that month, or look up toward the header to download the casino’s dedicated app if you’d prefer. This was once one of the most popular casino websites in the UK, but with Bayton Limited’s withdrawal from the UK marketplace it’s now sadly unavailable – as is every other Bayton Limited casino in this list.
You don’t need to know much about ancient Egypt to know that a casino called “Mummy’s Gold” is going to take inspiration from the land of the pharaohs. The big surprise is the total absence of a mummy, with the site instead choosing to focus on the pyramids rather than the famous horror movie monsters. This site is led less by bonuses and jackpots than it is by welcome offers, with the generous-sounding £500 bonus welcome offer given pride of place at the heart of the homepage. The top slots and games are always in view, so you’ll always know what’s hot and what’s not among other players at the casino.
Gems and rubies are symbols from the classic era of online slots, which is a theme that this casino website plays into. It would also very much like you to know that it has a £750 welcome bonus and more than 450 games to choose from, although that’s a low number to be shouting about. Big, sparkling purple rubies greet you on the homepage along with a cast of mascot characters – some styled on ancient warriors and some appearing more modern. One of them even looks suspiciously like Lara Croft! The site design is very blocky but looks better on a mobile phone.
Spin Casino is one of the newer additions to the Bayton brand, and it shows. The design is ultra-slick and modern, with an enormous panoramic view of Las Vegas in the background behind a promotional offer for a matched deposit bonus of up to £1000. Spin Casino seems to offer a range of betting platforms across its header, including sports and esports, but those links actually take you to the other Spin Casino branded sites. Work your way down the page, and you’ll find out that this specific site is all about slots and even goes so far as referring to itself as “the sensational slot machine.”
Lucky Nugget Casino
If you like slots websites with enormously dramatic themes, this might be the one for you! We don’t even know how to describe the homepage, which has a complicated splash graphic involving a golden arch, a lion, some enormous playing cards, and a few trees for good measure. Its welcome offer is nowhere near as strong as the Spin Casino site, but it does offer a clearly-defined set of slots with progressive jackpots along with vintage classics like Break da Bank. Pay attention to the 70x wagering requirement for bonus funds, though, which is very much on the high side.
About Bayton Limited
Bayton Ltd has been involved in the business of making and managing casino brands for a long time. Quite how long it’s been involved in that business depends on how you want to look at it. As an entity, Bayton Ltd has been around since 2007. However, the company has connections to another business called the Palace Group, which has been around since 2001. In the here and now, Bayton Ltd is based in Malta and operates nine casino brands. We’ve looked at some of this casino network company’s highlight brands already at the top of this article.
Bayton Ltd’s casino websites are available in most of Europe thanks to the fact that the company holds licenses with two well-respected authorities, those authorities being the Malta Gambling Authority and the Swedish Gambling Authority. With this reach, the company has felt confident enough to launch at least two or three new casino brands every year since its launch and will most likely continue to do so in the future. However, those casinos are no longer available in the UK. Bayton Limited made the decision to withdraw from the UK market in 2021. The decision was said to be temporary, but time is moving on and Bayton Limited’s casinos remain off-limits to UK players. Additionally, the company does not have a licence with the UK Gambling Commission. For both of those reasons, we recommend that players don’t play at Bayton Limited casino sites even if they’re somehow able to find a way around the geographical restrictions.
A Limited Offering?
The popularity of a casino network is sometimes – but not always – defined by the range of providers it works with. In theory, that ought to be bad news for Bayton. Its primary partners are Microgaming and Evolution Gaming. Evolution Gaming delivers live casino games, and Microgaming delivers online slots. There are far worse providers to be partnered with than Microgaming, which is one of the oldest companies in the business and has one of the largest collections of slots, but it does leave the Bayton Ltd network casinos a little short of options from elsewhere. Nevertheless, this doesn’t appear to have hindered the popularity or growth of its biggest casino brands.
Bayton Ltd offers a casino affiliate program but doesn’t do so under its own name. Instead, the program is offered through “Buffalo Partners.” They claim more than twenty years of experience in the industry, which is either a reference to the in-industry experience of its senior members or an allusion to the previous connection between Bayton Ltd and the Palace Group. There’s also a third company called Baytree Ltd which holds a casino license from Kahnawake, but information on that company is thin on the ground.
Despite its lucrative-sounding commission rates and other incentives to anyone wishing to join, Buffalo Partners hasn’t published anything on its news page since January 2019, when it announced the launch of Spin Casino (in five languages, no less.) The page had been updated regularly before that, so we’re unsure why communications were suddenly cut off three years ago. There’s mention of a newsletter elsewhere on the website, so perhaps they took to communicating with members that way rather than keeping the news page updates. It does make the site look a little dead to casual browsers, though. We know that Bayton (and, by extension, Buffalo) are still very much active, so this is something they might want to address.
In an odd quirk, Buffalo Partners maintains an Instagram page that barely mentions casinos but does post pictures of model buffalos in different locations around the world.
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Full list of Bayton Limited Casinos 2023
Active Bayton Limited Casino Sites
The following Bayton Limited casino sites are currently available online, albeit not to players based in the UK.
- Gaming Club (gamingclub.com)
- Lucky Nugget Casino (luckynuggetcasino.com)
- Riverbelle Casino (riverbellecasino.com)
- Mummys Gold (mummysgold.com)
- Ruby Fortune (rubyfortune.com)
- Spin Palace (spinpalace.com)
- Spin Casino (spincasino.com)
- Jackpot City Casino (jackpotcitycasino.com)
- Casino Epoca (casinoepoca.com)
There is also one former Bayton Limited casino site, Cabaret Club (cabaretclub.com), which closed down in April 2022.