Gorilla Wins

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Gorilla Wins sister sites include Golden Genie, Superb Bet, Galaxy Spins, Ares Casino, Spinland Bet, Cherry Fiesta, Doctor Spins and more.
Gorilla Wins (gorillawins.com) is operated by Mad Entritanment DS DV of Curacao.

Gorilla Wins is not licenced by the UK Gambling Commission

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Gorilla Wins is one of the many online casinos owned and operated by Curacao-based Mad Entritanment DS DV. It’s a casino network company with an odd name and an even odder habit – it allows UK-based players to sign up for its casinos despite not having the UK Gambling Commission licence that it would need to serve such players legally. This is an unregulated, non-GamStop casino, and that fact ought to give UK-based players pause for thought.

Players who live in the UK but choose to play at casinos that don’t have a UK Gambling Commission licence are effectively letting go of their rights and protections. In the event that something goes wrong while you’re playing at Gorilla Wins or any of the Gorilla Wins sister sites, you’re up the creek without a paddle – there’s nothing that any regulator or authority can do to help you. As such, we consider these casinos unsafe for our UK audience, and present them for the benefit of our non-UK audience only.

Galaxy Spins

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Fashions come and go when it comes to the trends that players enjoy at casino sites. Right now, one of the hottest rising trends and genres is the space theme, which we’ve seen reflected in plenty of new slots, games and online casinos. Galaxy Spins is very obviously an attempt to jump on that bandwagon, and it’s an attempt that’s worked. It’s far from the oldest of the Gorilla Wins sister sites, but it’s already far more popular than most of the other sites on this platform. The cool space theme does a lot of heavy lifting for the casino, but the fact that it has a sportsbook helps a lot as well – not all of the casinos on this platform do, so those that have the additional feature tend to stand out all the more because of it.

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Ares Casino

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The Gorilla Wins sister sites that attract the most attention and achieve the most success tend to be those that have entertaining, attractive themes. The similarities between the content of the casinos on the Mad Entritanment DS DV network are such that any casino on it that doesn’t have a theme is likely to struggle to get noticed. Ares Casino is doing its best to be an exception to that rule. However, is it as plain and theme-free as it seems? There’s no obvious reason for the meaning of the word “Ares” in its name unless the operator hopes people will see how close it is to a rude word referring to the bottom, and find it amusing. Or, on the other hand, perhaps we’re childish for even thinking that. While Ares Casino loads up on welcome bonuses more than most casinos on this platform do, it’s saddled with some of the platform’s harshest wagering requirements.

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Spinland Bet

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When we were talking about Galaxy Spins, we said that the best of the Gorilla Wins sister sites are those that come with a sportsbook. We also said a moment ago that casinos on this network that don’t come with a theme tend to struggle. That should mean that Spinland Bet is knackered because it doesn’t have a theme or a sportsbook. Somehow, its minimalism has become its strength. Players who visit Spinland Bet do so because they don’t want the distraction of a sportsbook, tournaments or other competitions – they just want to get on with spinning slots in peace. There’s nowhere better on this operator’s network to do that than Spinland Bet, which is almost obsessive in its focus on online slots at the expense of every other form of iGaming. Again, though, the bonuses are subject to such unfriendly terms that they’re barely worth bothering with.

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Cherry Fiesta

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Casinos that belong to networks based in Curacao can be hard to keep track of. Their operators don’t publish a lot of information, so it’s difficult to confirm how old the casinos are. With that being said, the impression we get is that Cherry Fiesta is a relatively new arrival among the Gorilla Wins sister sites. However, despite being new, it looks old. That’s not a criticism; it’s a design choice. Cherry Fiesta has a retro vibe that’s designed to make you think of 80s arcades and TV shows like ‘Miami Vice.’ There’s a deep sense of nostalgia at Cherry Fiesta, so if you still long for the days of shoulder pads and new romantics, this is likely to be your favourite of the Gorilla Wins sister sites. The theme is all it has going for it, though – in terms of functionality, it doesn’t do anything that we haven’t already seen at the operator’s other casinos.

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Lucky Charms

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If we were to sum up Lucky Charms in just one word, the word would be “inevitable.” When a casino network runs to ten or more sites – which the Gorilla Wins sister sites network does easily – an Irish-themed casino is bound to be in the group. There are actually a couple of such casinos on the Mad Entritanment DS DV platform, but Lucky Charms gets the nod from us as the casino that makes the most effort with the theme. There’s nothing revolutionary about it – virtually every aspect of the casino’s decor is a tick in the box of some Irish stereotype or other – but it looks good and feels immersive. While it nails its theme, it doesn’t do quite so well when it comes to bonuses – they’re notably weaker here than they are at the best of the Gorilla Wins sister sites.

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Gorilla Wins Review 2024

We’re going to assume that you’ve read all our thoughts on the Gorilla Wins sister sites above, which means you ought to know that the best of this operator’s casinos are those with inventive, attractive themes. Gorilla Wins might have the best theme of all the casinos on this platform. There’s nothing new or original about a jungle or gorilla theme, but plenty of time and effort has been put into the graphics of this site, with visuals that might remind some players of the old Donkey Kong video games. There’s more to a casino than the way it looks, though, so let’s take a closer look at the content of Gorilla Wins.

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Gorilla Wins Welcome Offer

We have mixed news about this casino when it comes to bonuses. There’s a lot of bonus money up for grabs and plenty of free spins to go with them. We’re fine with the values; our problem is with the wagering requirements. First deposits of £20 or more at Gorilla Wins are boosted by 400% up to a maximum of £2000 and come with one hundred free spins on one of the site’s most popular slots. Second deposits then receive a further 200% boost with a cap of £1000 and an additional fifty free spins.

From there, players get a 150% boost up to £1000 on deposit three with twenty-five free spins, 100% up to £1000 on deposit four, and another 100% up to £1000 on deposit five. That’s a total of £6000 in bonus cash with 175 free spins thrown in, all with a qualifying deposit of £20 each time. The catch, as we mentioned a moment ago, is that all bonus cash plus all proceeds from free spins must be wagered x50 before withdrawals become possible. For a lot of players, that’s simply too sticky.

Ongoing Promotions

It’s a shared feature among the Gorilla Wins sister sites that the casinos go big on welcome promotions but don’t back those promotions up with any substantial offerings beyond them. Gorilla Winsa doesn’t buck that trend. It has no ongoing promotions and no VIP or loyalty scheme. It doesn’t even offer wager challenges or tournaments, which are a feature of some of the bigger casinos on this platform.

Pros and Cons of Gorilla Wins

Pros: Six thousand pounds is a lot of bonus cash to be given away, even if the terms and conditions attached to the money are sticky. From a purely aesthetic point of view, Gorilla Wins might be the prettiest casino on this entire network. Good looks can get you a long way in the iGaming world, and Gorilla Wins has got them.

Cons: We’ll mention the wagering requirements again here purely because we find them to be so objectionable. In addition, Gorilla Wins has a lack of ongoing promotions, limited options when it comes to withdrawals and (most importantly of all) no proper iGaming licence. Having no UKGC licence is one thing, but having no licence whatsoever is quite another.

Top Games at Gorilla Wins

Gorilla Wins punches above its weight in this department. When a casino doesn’t have a recognised iGaming licence, which is the situation that Gorilla Wins appears to be in, we often find that games from top providers aren’t available at the casino because top providers won’t work with unregulated operators. A glance at the homepage of Gorilla Wins confirms that it’s somehow managed to clear that hurdle. The casino has a live dealer section, but all the “featured games” on its homepage are slots. They include some of the biggest and best-known slots in the business.

We’re not in the business of teaching you how to suck eggs, so we’re not going to go into any of the slots in detail. Instead, we’ll check off a few names to give you a feel for the quality that awaits you here. Starburst, the eternal NetEnt classic, is in the portfolio and twinkling away on the homepage. Legacy of Dead, which is the popular Book of Dead follow-up from Play’n Go, is right next to it. Reel Kingdom is also represented with Bigger Bass Bonanza, which is one of the three million (that may be an exaggeration) sequels to the original Big Bass Bonanza slot. Other big names highlighted on the homepage include Gates of Olympus, Buffalo King and Wolf Gold by Pragmatic Play, which was an award-winner in the year of its release.

Withdrawal Processing and Support

There’s a banking page at Gorilla Wins, which is great because so many casinos not on Gamstop neglect to include such a thing. However, the banking page confirms that while there are multiple ways to deposit money into the casino, there are very few ways to get it out again. You can’t even use debit cards for withdrawals, which is shocking. Instead, your options are Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies via Coinspaid, Sepa, or standard bank transfers. Gorilla Wins claims to process all withdrawals in 24-48 hours, with a minimum of £100 and a maximum of £5000 per transaction for all methods other than Sepa, which has no minimum and is theoretically unlimited. Gorilla Wins doesn’t charge fees for withdrawals.

Customer Support and Licensing

Route one for getting customer support at Gorilla Wins is to use the live chat facility, which is advertised as being a 24/7 service. Route two, which is slower, is to send an email to [email protected] and wait for someone to respond to you. We’re not sure how long that might take. In the footer of its website, Gorilla Wins claims to operate under “Master Licence 854151,” issued by “the CEG.” We’ve never heard of the CEG, and we have no way of verifying whether any such licence exists. Even if it does, it would offer zero protection to any player from the UK playing at Gorilla Wins or any of the Gorilla Wins sister sites. To all intents and purposes, this is an unlicensed casino.

Gorilla Wins – The Verdict

Gorilla Wins isn’t the strongest of the casinos on this operator’s network. It doesn’t have the sports betting options that define the platform’s best sites, and it doesn’t have as much promotional clout either. You’ll find more bonus cash and lower wagering requirements at quite a few of the other casinos on the network. It ought to take a spectacular online casino to tempt any UK-based player into spending money with an unlicensed casino, and Gorilla Wins isn’t a spectacular casino. It looks just fine, but there are equally pretty and much safer options available under the auspices of the UK Gambling Commission. We just can’t see anything at Gorilla Wins that might be worth the risk of signing up.

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