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Jackpot Liner and King Jackpot Moving Platforms

Jackpot Liner and King Jackpot Moving Platforms

Further changes are afoot at Daub Alderney Limited – the operator behind popular bingo and casino brands such as Kitty Bingo, Lucky Pants Bingo, Spin and Win, and Magical Vegas.

Now owned by Rank Group It appears as though yet more of the historic Daub online casino brands are finally moving software platforms later this month. These follow Jackpot Café that transferred over in March.

King Jackpot and Jackpot Liner have not been accepting any new players for some time now although they remained open for existing members. However, on Thursday 27th May 2021, both will be transferred to operator 888 and the Dragonfish platform. From this date forward, anyone who already holds an account with the brands will need to register again and accept the new operator’s terms and conditions to be able to continue playing.

Daub is also recommending that existing customers log in to use or withdraw any outstanding balance before 27th May. They can also opt to close their account by emailing the customer service team at i[email protected] or [email protected]

These brands have been around a long time using Leapfrog Gaming software. They have featured many niche games that you won’t find anywhere else including slots like Pizza Delivery, Cash Blizzard, Spinning Spurs, Lucky Leprechaun and Thunder Cat. It’s not clear if any of these unique games will be available on the new platform.

Daub Alderney prided itself on “creating unique online entertainment experiences”, so it’s a shame to see these brands go mainstream. However, we’re sure that 888 will do a great job of giving the casinos a new lease of life. We’ll be updating our brand reviews with all the relevant information as soon as the new sites are up and running.

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