Viral Interactive Casinos

Viral Interactive casinos

The Viral Interactive sites are Jammy Monkey, Mad Slots, mFortune, Pocket Win and Luck.com.

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All About Viral Interactive Limited

Viral Interactive UKGC Licencing

Viral Interactive acquired its first licence from the UK Gambling Commission in August 2015; the linked gambling software licence was subsequently followed by a general betting event licence and a casino licence in April 2017, and on the 27th of November 2023, the casino brand operator was granted another licence which enabled the operator to expand its business as a provider of online bingo games. This new bingo licence came just in time for Viral Interactive to get its new online casinos and bingo platforms, including Jammy Monkey, Mad Slots and Pocket Win, up and running. To date, the casino brand operator hasn’t incurred any fines or sanctions from the UK Gambling Commission, putting the operator in the minority group of operators which haven’t failed in regards to responsible gambling practices or anti-money-laundering protocols.

Viral Interactive Company Information

As there aren’t many details on the official Viral Interactive website, aside from licencing details and a contact email address (contact@viral-interactive.com), it takes some digging to find out more information about the company. The LinkedIn page is almost a treasure trove of information compared to what is available on the Malta-based company’s official website. The LinkedIn page confirms that the company was founded by a collective of iGaming industry veterans who converged to “build unforgettable first impressions, user experiences and innovations while delivering visual impact, low thresholds, and ease of use, all in one powerful package. There is also a disclaimer that the company is currently in a growing phase, which indicates that Viral Interactive is yet to reach its full potential in the iGaming industry, and there are plenty of bigger things to come from the company which was (according to LinkedIn) founded in 2020, has 11 – 50 employees, and 13 associated members.

Contradictory to the information available on LinkedIn, the Facebook page for the company indicates that it was also active in 2015, which is when the company made its first Facebook post and invited its followers to meet the company at Booth H50 at the iGaming Super Show, which took place in Amsterdam from the 23rd of June to the 26th of June. Back then, the company was imploring potential clients to choose Viral Interactive as their white-label casino provider of choice for creating a custom-made mobile-friendly online casino. Even at this early stage, the company could boast some high-profile game integrations, including NetEnt, Betsoft, and Evolution Gaming, in addition to impressive payment integrations, including Visa, Pay Safe Card, and Skrill. The last Facebook post was made on the 14th of December in 2016 when Viral Interactive announced that the company varied its licenced by getting the green light to operate as a sportsbook and casino.

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Viral Interactive in the Press

Ever since Viral Interactive took over from where In Touch games left off when they had to surrender their licence and their online platforms on the 5th of September in 2023 due to lack of compliance with the UKGC’s licence conditions, particularly those related to money laundering, maintaining fair and transparent terms and practices, and the reporting of key events, the casino brand operator has become a major talking point with many voices within the iGaming industry. However, it is worth noting that many websites which are dedicated to keeping up to date with what’s new in terms of casino brand operators’ portfolios have been a little slow on the uptake when it comes to giving an accurate account of where Viral Interactive’s network of sister sites currently stands.

For the sake of clarity, in March 2024, we can confirm that Platin Casino, Lucky Casino and Spin Lovers are now inactive platforms and that all of the five active online casinos previously belonged to In Touch Games, including Pocket Win, Jammy Monkey, mFortune, Luck, and Mad Slots. If you knew these platforms when they belonged to In Touch Games, you may be surprised to see what kind of makeover the online casinos went through when they started to operate under the care of Viral Interactive. One of the biggest changes to the sister sites is the expansion of the game libraries. Instead of only being able to spin slots created by the In Touch Games in-house team of online slot developers, there are thousands of slots from powerhouse iGaming developers, including Pragmatic Play, Inspired Gaming, The Skywind Group, and Playson.

The website, Online Casino Groups, was among the first to speculate on the legitimacy of Viral Interactive before concluding that the casino brand operator is a legitimate company, which is testified to by its three gambling licences from the UKGC, the Malta Gaming Authority, and the Romanian Gaming Authority (ONJN). In the same article which affirms that Viral Interactive is as far from a scam company as you can get, Mad Slots was also recommended as the best platform in its sister site family. The recommendation mostly boiled down to the fact that the welcome package, consisting of a 100% deposit bonus match worth up to £200 and 100 free spins is the most generous of the lot.

In February 2024, Casino Alpha took a deep dive into Mad Slots, a standout member of the Viral Interactive network. Their comprehensive review revealed that after Viral Interactive had its way with the platform, Mad Slots became a vibrant hub for online casino fans. The review noted that with a user-friendly interface and a modern, mobile-optimised design, the platform ensures a seamless gaming experience; furthermore, the casino boasts an impressive array of over 1800 slot games, catering to a wide range of preferences. However, Casino Alpha did note that the limited number of live dealer games might not fully satisfy those seeking the thrill of real-time play – that certainly hasn’t changed from In Touch’s time at the Mad Slots helm, but on the plus side, Mad Slots shines in its bonus offerings, presenting a tantalising array of free spins and deposit bonuses. New members can revel in up to 100 free spins with no deposit required, a rare find in today’s online casino landscape. The platform’s commitment to responsible gambling is evident, with tools like game history access and reality checks available to players. On the flip side, the casino’s relatively new status in the market means it hasn’t yet stood the test of time, and the absence of phone support might be a drawback for some.