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Wheel of Slots Network Launched with Free Spins Replacing Bonuses

Jun 15th, 2015 | By | Category: News

Lucky Cow Bingo, United Kingdom: Wheel of Slots Network has finally been launched and with it Jumpman Gaming introduces a revolutionary bonus concept. With a ‘single-wallet’ to be used the online bingo network will do away entirely with bonus money, loyalty points and experience points.

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Wheel of Slots Network Launched with Free Spins Replacing Bonuses

Playing with the single-wallet will mean using real cash for any slot game and winning cash too. According to Ben Starr, the founder of Jumpman Gaming there won’t be any “Mickey Mouse bonus cash” which carry betting requirements for withdrawals.

With such betting requirements tying up the winnings players often opt to decline deposit bonuses. In contrast, a player’s account at this network will show a single balance with only real cash deposits and winnings from bingo games and slots.

On this leading-edge network, new players making their first deposit of £10 at any site on Wheel of Slots Network will get to win free slot spins or bingo play on the Spin the Wheel feature; any future prizes won will also be paid out in real cash.

While other operators have already begun offering free spins, this network offers free spins on leading games like the Fluffy Favourites Slots which is the top attraction for bingo players.

WSN which has been in the making for a long while has made its debut along with the much awaited B2C brand Viking Bingo and is likely to soon add four more of its own brands. Additionally, the network has also added three B2B brands Bingo Fling, Lucky Cow Bingo and Wallis Bingo to its kitty.

In another significant move, Jumpman Gaming has also signed an affiliate deal with Income Access, a giant social gaming network, and will be acquiring six brands. Two of these bingo sites will become available on Wheel of Slots Network when the deal goes live on Wednesday 1st July.

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