PlaySunny Sister Sites 2022
All four of the other PlaySunny sister sites pale in comparison to Casushi. This is the most inventive casino in the Dazzletag Entertainment Limited family and the flagship site of the family. There were once several more PlaySunny sister sites than there are now, but so long as Casushi stays online and remains popular, Dazzletag Entertainment Limited will be fine. If there’s a problem anywhere with Casushi and its place in this casino family, it’s that it makes all of the others look bad by comparison. It’s a beautiful site, full of colour and charisma, and comes with more quirky ideas than the other sites on the network put together. You might have picked up on the far-Eastern theme of Casushi from the presence of the word “sushi” in the site’s name, but that alone can’t prepare you for the sites awaiting you on the Casushi website. You might never have seen a cat in a karate gi before, but you’ll see one when you arrive on the Casushi homepage as a new visitor.
If Casushi lets us down anywhere, it’s with its welcome promotion. It’s worth up to a maximum of £50 as a matched deposit and comes with wagering requirements of x40. New players also get fifty spins to use on Play n’Go’s always-popular Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead slot, but even if you can find your way around the wagering requirements within the two days you’re given, you can’t withdraw any more than £250 from the bonus. However, Casushi is generous in other areas. Between its daily payouts, weekly tournaments and multiple jackpots, it claims to pay out more than £1,000,000 in prize money every month of every year. That’s a big claim, but as Casushi is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and, therefore, can’t lie to us about such things, we have no reason to doubt them.
If you ever find yourself in need of advice from a martial arts legend while playing at Casushi (which seems unlikely, now we’ve written it down), look no further than the Casushi Master. He proclaims himself to be “a black belt in Casushi” and presents us with “seven virtues” that will lead us to the ultimate in “happy play.” The virtues include common-sense advice like “know when to quit,” “be generous with your winnings,” “only ever play when you’re smiling,” and the profound, “eat the money you bet with, but don’t bet the money you eat with.” Responsible gambling advice can be stale, dull material, so it’s great to see Casushi making so much effort to make it interesting. As for the meaning of the word “Casushu,” the site goes on a long speel about how it means everything, nothing, all languages, all reasons and all history. In the same breath, it also admits that it’s “complete rubbish.” Most casino sites wouldn’t talk about themselves in such terms, but most casino websites aren’t Casushi. If you’ve read all of this and you’re still wondering what kind of casino games Casushi might be able to offer you, the answer is a well-selected and carefully-curated range of popular slots, jackpot slots, instant win scratch games, table games, and live casino games with real dealers.
We’re not sure of the precise definition of “peachy” in the context of “Peachy Games.” It might mean peachy as in “fruity,” which might be a reference to the fruits that appear in classic slots. It could be peachy as in “great,” as in the phrase “everything’s peachy.” In the end, we don’t suppose it really matters. If there’s a theme here, it got lost somewhere in translation. Peachy Games might have a sunny, summery name (something which appears to be a recurring theme among the PlaySunny sister sites), but it isn’t reflected in the site’s aesthetic. This is a fairly plain site, put together efficiently but lacking in character. It’s difficult to believe that Peachy Games was put together by the same people who built Casushi. We can’t even use the excuse that one of the casinos might have been built by a white-label partner because all of the Dazzletag Entertainment Limited casinos are owned and operated by the casino network company directly.
New players at Peachy Games are invited to “make today even peachier” by accepting a welcome offer worth up to £50 as a matched deposit, accompanied by twenty spins on Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead. It comes with an x40 wagering requirement. If you felt like you got deja vu while reading that sentence, it’s because this is the same welcome promotion that exists at Casushi. The various PlaySunny sister sites might not share themes or concepts, but they do share promotions, and you generally won’t find much to choose between them. The only other ongoing promotion at Peachy Games is connected to Pragmatic Play’s “Drops and Wins” jackpot slots. We don’t really consider that a promotion because Peachy Games didn’t come up with the idea, and it’s already available at well over one hundred other UK-facing online casino sites. The long-term loyalty reward scheme at the site is a little more comprehensive but harder to gain access to or get anything worthwhile from. The short version of the story is that all the actions you take at Peachy Games earn you points and that those points can be exchanged for perks in the “Peachy Shop.” In practice, all the perks in the shop are small numbers of free spins to be redeemed on some of the casino’s most popular online slots, so there’s nothing amazingly substantial to be redeemed through the scheme.
Most of the entertainment available to you at Peachy Games comes in the shape of online slots, but the remit of Peachy Games extends a little farther than that. For a start, there’s a bingo section on the site. We’d love to tell you what you’ll find in this bingo section (other than “bingo”), but we’re unable to do so because it’s only available to people who’ve already signed up as Peachy Games members. There’s also a live casino section (mostly made up of games linked to the aforementioned “Drops and Wins” games), plus a range of table games and instant win digital scratch games. In short, much like Casushi, Peachy Games covers everything apart from sports betting. It just does it with considerably less style than Casushi does.
Fruit Kings has more in common with Casushi than it does with Peachy Games. Both are PlaySunny sister sites, but Fruit Kings borrows elements of Casushi’s design template. It also borrows elements of the popular casino’s promotional playbook, as some of the boasts made on the splash banners at Fruit Kings are identical to the boasts made on the banners of Casushi. That includes the claim that more than one million pounds are paid out every month at the site. That now has us wondering whether both of these PlaySunny sister sites pay out one million pounds each or whether it’s a blanket figure that covers the entire Dazzletag Entertainment Limited casino network. The only thing that Fruit Kings hasn’t borrowed from Casushi is the far East-themed casino’s charisma. Fruit Kings has a name that suggests that it ought to be a traditionally-focused casino and a few background graphics that give the impression that it’s adventure-themed, but like Peachy Games, it has no real theme at all.
If you were to compare Fruit Kings and Casushi directly, you’d note that the options on the left-hand side of the site are identical. That includes the “promotions” and “loyalty” tabs. Not only that, but when you open those tabs, you’ll find that they contain the same information and offers. If you’ve already read everything we wrote above, you’ll already know what the welcome offer at Fruit Kings. It seems that all of the slots-orientated PlaySunny sister sites have the same welcome offer, and it’s just as average in each instance. All of the PlaySunny sister sites try to make a feature out of having access to the “Drops and Wins” games as well, despite this not being a true feature. The difference is that Casushi can get away with it because it’s such a memorable, unique casino site. Fruit Kings, Peachy Games and PlaySunny struggle a little because they’re not finished to the same standard. Even the loyalty scheme at Fruit Kings is identical to that of Peachy Games. It might sound a little different as it’s (rather charmingly) dressed up as a “treasure trail,” but it still leads you to the same digital store offering the same free spins packages on the same range of familiar online slots.
We can’t even draw your attention to the differences between the games available at the PlaySunny sister sites because there aren’t any. Each of the casinos has access to the same providers and the same games, without any exclusives to be found at any of the sites. Fruit King attempts to look different by drawing attention to the current value of the progressive jackpot in the Mega Moolah slot – which is often above £2m – but in reality, all of the PlaySunny sister sites have access to the Mega Moolah slot because it’s provided by Microgaming and, again, isn’t exclusive to either the casino or the casino network company. Fruit Kings looks good, loads quickly, and has enough iGaming content to keep you spinning and scratching for quite a while, but you’d be disappointed if you came here from PlaySunny looking for something different. You wouldn’t get it – all you’ll find here is more of the same.
Bingo Cams gives us the opportunity to say something different to the things we’ve said about the other PlaySunny sister sites, but it also leaves us with a mystery on our hands. This is the last bingo site standing on the Dazzletag Entertainment Limited casino network. There used to be several more, including the recently-closed Bingo Stars, but this is the only one that’s still online. That’s quite surprising because it’s also the most niche of the bingo sites. The reason Bingo Cams is called Bingo Cams is that everyone who plays here can – if they want to – share their webcams with other players and see each other while they’re playing. It’s not an idea that would appeal to every type of player, but the site was once popular enough that it attracted plenty of those who did. We say “was once popular” because we’re having a hard time working out whether Bingo Cams is still a going concern or whether it’s a digital ghost town.
Here’s why we think Bingo Cams might have been abandoned. The first reason is that the site used to regularly upload videos of “win moments” – moments when players won big money and reacted to their wins on their webcams. Videos of these moments are no longer uploaded, and all those that used to exist are gone. The second reason is that if you click on the “star” icon, you’ll get to “meet the bingo stars.” These are allegedly the people who run the bingo rooms at Bingo Cams, and you’re invited to follow them all on Instagram. The issue is that only one of the Instagram accounts still exists, which implies that if these people were ever bingo room hosts at all, three of them have left. We have doubts about whether they were ever real anyway, as the photograph of the person identified as “Alexis” is actually WWE wrestler Austin Theory. The lack of maintenance makes us feel like the Bingo Cams site is no longer looked after, although it might well still be running on auto-pilot. New bingo rooms open and run on schedule every day, but the process appears to be automated. The number of players in each room isn’t listed, so it’s hard to know how popular they might be – or even whether there’s anybody in them.
If you log into Bingo Cams and find the bingo rooms are dead, you could pass the time playing table games, live casino games or slots instead. The question is why you’d want to do that when there are no fewer than three PlaySunny sister sites that provide online slots as a speciality. Bingo Cams might have been a neat idea a few years ago when the idea of switching a webcam on and seeing everyone you were playing against was a novelty, but we all got bored of Zoom calls during 2020. That might have been the nail in the coffin of this site’s popularity. If the webcam factor is no longer a drawer, that means Bingo Cams has nothing going for it other than bingo – and there are better bingo sites available to players in the UK than this one.
PlaySunny Review 2022
New Player Welcome Offers
Get soaking up the rays immediately at PlaySunny with the welcome package which matches the first deposit by 100% up to £50. To make the welcome package even sweeter, there are also up to 50 free spins on the ever-popular title, Big Bass Bonanza. To qualify for the welcome package, players must deposit a minimum of £10, be based in the UK and use one of the qualifying deposit methods, e-wallet payments and pre-paid card payments do not qualify.
The max winnings from the bonus cash are capped at £250, additionally, the bonus money comes with 40x wagering requirements. Players will get 30 days to play with the bonus cash, but with the bonus spins, they expire after 48 hours of being allocated to the new player account.
PlaySunny is owned Dazzletag Entertainment Ltd
Dazzletag Entertainment Ltd consider themselves as leaders in the international iGaming industry, but who doesn’t!? There is, of course, some stake to that claim, considering that they’ve been ahead of the curve since their inception a decade ago, they work with some of the best iGaming providers, they operate on a truly international basis with offices in the UK and in Malta, and they have some popular names in their roster of casino brands. Currently, Dazzletag Entertainment Ltd’s top casinos include Bingo Cams, which finds a brand-new way to bring players into online bingo gameplay, Casushi, Fruit Kings, Peachy Games, and PlaySunny. The biggest contributors to Dazzletag’s brands include 1 x 2 Gaming, Blueprint Gaming, Evolution Gaming, Fantasma Games, Reel Play, Inspired, Slingo and SG, and there are almost as many banking partners keen to affiliate with Dazzletag.
Since gaining its UKGC licence in 2014, the casino brand operator has kept a clean account with the UK Gambling commission. With their decade of experience in the game combined with their squeaky clean rep, Dazzletag brands remain attractive places to spin and play.
PlaySunny Monthly Promotions
The promotions page on PlaySunny isn’t exactly a treasure trove of promotional delights. Aside from the welcome offer, there is just one ‘promotion’ lingering there, the Drops & Wins tournaments. When players at PlaySunny play participating Pragmatic Play online slot games and casino games, they are eligible for daily prize drops and prizes from the monthly tournaments. Every month, Pragmatic Play gives away £1 million in prizes, and there are 120,000 of them to grab. With a single qualifying 50p spin, players can be eligible to win life-changing jackpot prizes. The online slot games that participate in the Drops & Wins Tournaments include gems, such as Madame Destiny Megaways, Chilli Heat, Fruit Party, Rise of Giza Power Nudge, Book of the Fallen, The Dog House Megaways and Might of Ra.
PlaySunny also runs a lucrative loyalty scheme, every time you play at the casino, you will rack up loyalty points and your XP levels in the process. Once you have enough loyalty points to spend, you will get the chance to spend them at the PlaySunny shop, where spins can be purchased on top online slot games. For example, with 50 points, players can purchase 10x 10p spins on Rich Wile and the Book of the Dead. Or, if players have more points to spend, they can throw down 5,000 points on 50x £2 spins on Eyecon’s iconic game, Enchanted Prince.
PlaySunny: Pros and Cons
• Loyalty points are awarded with every stake at PlaySunny.
• Generous welcome package.
• Limited promotions for regular players.
• Slightly dated aesthetic.
Featured Slots and Casino Games
PlaySunny is all about putting the classic content to the forefront in their game library, making it a great iGaming destination for lovers of the slightly more traditional online video slot games, such as Fluffy Favourites, Bonanza, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and Eye of Horus Jackpot King. All of the newer online slot games that hit the featured games page seem to be a sequel to other classic games, such as Fluffy Favourites Remastered, Buffalo Rising Megaways Jackpot King, and Gold Cash Big Spins.
In the table games category, there are ample roulette games, blackjack games, baccarat games and poker games, but for the real excitement, you will want to head over to the live casino, where there are tonnes of titles from Pragmatic Play and Evolution Gaming. One of the slightly fresher corners of PlaySunny is the one where the instant win games reside. From spacey games, such as Astro Boomers: To the Moon, to officially licenced games, such as Gremlins: Time to Tumble, to scratch cards based on online slot game franchises, such as Lucky Leprechaun Scratch, it is all covered here.
Deposit and Withdrawal Methods
Registered members at PlaySunny can deposit as little as £10 via a range of options, such as Trustly, Pay Safe Cards, Skrill and debit cards. The minimum withdrawal amount is also set to £10. However, the casino does not advise the average withdrawal times.
PlaySunny Customer Support and License
There is a FAQ page at PlaySunny, but it leaves out plenty of information, such as withdrawal turnaround times. So, you may have to rely on the customer service team more than usual. Players can either contact the customer care team via the live chat feature or use the contact form, however, with the latter option, it can take up to 24 hours to receive an email reply from the team.
Dazzletag Entertainment Ltd brands all run under a dual licence from the Malta Gambling Authority and the UKGC (39358).
PlaySunny – The Verdict
It is safe to say that PlaySunny certainly isn’t the most exciting online casino in Dazzletag Entertainment Ltd’s portfolio, let alone in comparison to the rest of the iGaming destinations available to UK players. There are a number of aspects which lead to an overall feeling of disappointment at PlaySunny, such as the game library’s fixation on nostalgia, the FAQ pages which leave plenty of information unrevealed and the quite noticeable lack of promotions for regular players. There is of course the loyalty program and shop, but those loyalty points don’t add up to much!