Founded in 2017, PlayOJO established itself quickly within a short period of time. One of its strengths is the variety of its offering – there are more than 3,000 titles with varied themes and features. These are supplied by some of the biggest providers in the industry, and handpicked by OJO itself – think high-profile names like NetEnt, Microgaming and Evolution Gaming, alongside some lesser-known software companies.
Among the hundreds of video slots in the lobby are mainly five-reel titles, from Avalon II and Gonzo’s Quest to Merlin’s Millions. If progressive jackpots are more your thing, PlayOJO offers Mega Moolah, Mega Fortune and Arabian Nights, among others. In fact, there are more than 20 daily jackpot games.
When it comes to table games, here the selection is arguably slightly more limited. Nonetheless, you’ll still find plenty to get your teeth into, including blackjack, roulette, poker and baccarat as well as a live casino.
PlayOJO bills itself as ‘the UK’s fairest casino’, with all wins paid in cash, no wagering requirements, no minimum withdrawals and no upper limit on how much you can win on free spins.
Newbie players get up to 50 spins on the slot game Book of Dead, plus a spin for every £1 deposited on your first deposit. Each extra spin is worth a penny, and you’ll need to spend at least a tenner.
Other perks include Club OJO, with its various tiers of loyalty rewards. You can never drop a tier, only get promoted.
The OJO Wheel offers more prizes, while the OJOplus scheme rewards you with free money each time you play. This is paid directly into your OJOplus balance, for you to spend as you choose.
The mobile version of this operator works well, and the site has won praise for its customer support team. Meanwhile, for extra peace of mind, PlayOJO is UK-licensed.
The Pogg website did blacklist PlayOJO over its use of SkillOnNet software after it was found to offer a non-random Gamble feature for video poker.
In December 2017, The Pogg adds, SkillOnNet was offering a self-exclusion tool it believed encouraged choosing shorter self-exclusion times, while making the longer periods harder to find out about.
But try a few games on PlayOJO, before deciding whether it’s for you.
What payment methods are accepted at PlayOJO?
PlayOJO accepts the following payment methods: Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard, Maestro, Paypal, NETELLER, Skrill
What type of online betting/gambling does PlayOJO offer?
PlayOJO is currently offering online Slots, Casino, Games, Poker options
What currencies are accepted at PlayOJO?
PlayOJO offers play in the following currencies: ZAR, SEK, DKK, CHF, £ GBP, € EUR, $ CAD, $ USD, kr NOK, ₽ RUB, $ AUD