Here are the top casino network companies (sometimes called casino operators) in the UK right now. There are over 3000 online casinos available to UK players, but they’re operated by just over 200 companies. Each and every one of them is listed on this page.
Most Popular Casino Platforms
Here are the most popular casino platforms and white-label casino networks. Click any of the images to be taken to our dedicated page for each company, complete with links to reviews and bonus information.
Full list of Casino Networks
This is our constantly-updated list of every casino network company operating in the marketplace at the moment. Clicking the images will take you to individual pages for each company, from which you can look at reviews for casinos on the network and bonus information.
Top Casino Networks and Platforms
The battle to be recognised as the leading casino network company on the internet is a fierce one, with new names joining the fray all the time and top companies jostling for the lead. It’s been more than twenty-five years since the established order of brick-and-mortar casinos was first challenged by online casinos, and we’ve seen some big names come and go during those decades. Throughout it all, though, some familiar companies have remained at or close to the top of the tree. Those companies are 888 UK Limited, Jumpman Gaming and AG Communications Limited. Gamesys is also worthy of mention, and Broadway Gaming has made an enormous splash, but these three companies are “the big three” in the minds of most players and also most of their peers.
888 UK Limited, which also trades as 888 Holdings, is a truly global company. It’s a name that’s very well known to players in the UK, but it’s also familiar to millions across Europe and is in the progress of becoming a household name in the United States of America as the sporting division of the 888 Group takes advantage of the USA’s emerging sports betting market. At one point, The 888 Group operated more than four hundred casino sites. That changed drastically in 2022 when the company decided to offload its bingo sites and its less-famous slots sites in favour of focusing on its core division of 888-branded sites. The decision to sell the other sites came not long after the 888 Group paid an enormous amount of money to acquire the non-American interests of the William Hill International Group, which gave 888 Holdings control of not only William Hill but also Mr Green. Other casinos still with the group include 888 Casino, 7777 Casino, 888 Sport, 888 Poker and more. Click the image above for more information.
Jumpman Gaming has mastered the art of creating and operating white-label casino websites. With its white-label model, Jumpman Gaming works with third parties to create tailored websites, combining a name and look chosen by the third party with a platform of casino games and customer services provided by Jumpman Gaming. In doing so, they use a template. That’s why so many of the Jumpman Gaming sites look broadly similar and offer virtually identical promotions. The look and feel of the standard Jumpman design have been a big hit with corporate clients. Express Wins, the official casino site of the Daily Express newspaper, is on the Jumpman Gaming platform, as is the official casino of the Daily Mirror (Mirror Bingo) and the official casino of the Daily Star (Star Wins). Jumpman Gaming might not be a household name in quite the same way that the 888 Group is, but given how successful the company is, we doubt that anybody in its upper echelons is losing any sleep over that fact.
AG Communications Limited operates more than fifty online casinos, including some that rank among the most popular in the UK. Mr Mega, for example, is an AG Communications Limited casino, as are Mr Play, Regent Casino, Plaza Royal Casino and Luck Land. The casinos operated by AG Communications are far more famous than the company itself, which keeps a comparatively low profile. That might be because AG Communications Limited technically doesn’t exist. Despite having a UK Gambling Commission licence of its own, AG Communications Limited is actually a trading style of Aspire Global Plc. You’ll even see the Aspire Global name in the footer of all the casinos on the AG Communications Limited platform, confirming that while AG Communications is responsible for operating the casinos in the UK, they operate under the Aspire Global name everywhere else. We wish we could tell you why the company was set up that way – Aspire Global Plc has a UK Gambling Commission licence independently of AG Communications and could presumably run the casinos just as easily – but that’s the way the company is set up. Click the image to find out about every casino on the platform and every bonus offered at each of the sites.