Visit: Luckyland Slots
LuckyLand Slots is a slots-only social online casino that offers real-money prizes.
Thanks to its innovative sweepstakes model, LuckyLand is 100 percent compliant with federal regulations and gaming laws. It operates under a Malta license and is owned by Virtual Gaming World.
LuckyLand Slots’ software runs on HTML5, which makes it compatible with a wide range of mobile and desktop operating systems, including Windows, Linux, MacOS, iOS and Android.
No downloadable client is available, which is a shame as the browser app is large and takes a while to load, especially on slow internet connections.
Though it’s evident that the developers’ primary goal was to design a visually impressive casino, unfortunately, all the eye candy gets in the way of functionality.
For example, after your first login, you will be greeted by two pop-up windows with two separate promotions. Once you click through them, you need to deal with the clumsy design of the game browser, which houses large, posterlike icons.
Because only three slots are displayed on the screen — regardless of the resolution and you can’t switch to a different view — you may be required to do a lot of clicking before you get to your favorite slot.
Additionally, if this is your initial launch on your device, you’ll need to wait for all the files to download. While visually appealing, the site is messy, which is surprising as the casino went through an open beta phase in August 2018 before its January 2019 launch.
LuckyLand’s game library consists exclusively of slots.
The production value of these slots is a significant improvement over the titles designed for Chumba Casino. Unfortunately, the games require considerably larger files, which is bad news for people with slow internet connections.
LuckyLand’s slots also come with cliché themes.
None of the available titles feel original, and most seem to be based on successful slots designed by other developers (Mayan Gold – Aztec’s Treasure, King of the Jungle – Jungle Wild).
Fortunately, most LuckyLand Slots surpass their older counterparts in gameplay. The crisp visuals, smooth animations and modern bonus features all come together to create an exciting experience that can only compare to some of the best productions designed by IGN and Playtech.
LuckyLand Slots customers can use two kinds of virtual chips to play the games, and neither of those currencies represents “something of value.” The model for the business is a sweepstakes, which is legal across the country.
Gold Coins can be purchased directly but aren’t transferable outside of the casino’s ecosystem. The $weeps (Sweeps) tickets aren’t purchasable at all. Though they are available in bundles with Gold Coins as a part of an ongoing sweepstakes promotion.
You must wager your Sweeps tickets at least once to be redeemable for a cash prize. Thus, there’s no difference from sweepstakes tickets offered by non-internet-gambling companies.
This unique model provides US residents with a product that doesn’t break the law.
You can obtain LuckyLand Slots’ Gold Coins using either a Visa or MasterCard. Purchasing larger bundles allows you to acquire additional Gold Coins, but the number of Sweeps within each bundle is always equal to its price in US dollars.
As mentioned, you must wager your Sweeps at least once to become eligible for cash prize redemption. The prizes are always transferred directly to your bank account via an Electronic Funds Transfer. This typically takes between three to five business days.
LuckyLand gives its customers access to a wide range of promotions and bonuses; however, many of them boil down to awarding players free Gold Coins.
If you want to play with Sweeps, you need to make a real-money purchase. You get double value on your first $4.99 bundle, but subsequent bundles come without the additional Sweeps.
LuckyLand Slots’ staff is already implementing slots tournaments and is working on adding more events. Paying customers will likely enjoy more options to earn free Sweeps in the future.
Also, you can award a friend with free spins without spending any virtual chips. This feature doesn’t currently impact Sweeps play in any way.