Last Updated on June 27, 2023 by Steven Lewis
Lucky Niki Casino is a sister site to Play Jango, Red Kings.com Casino and Luna Casino and is one of around 40 casino sites operating under the banner of Skillonnet, one of the leading providers of white-label casino services in the UK and Europe.
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Skillonnet was launched in 2005 when the online casino sector was in its infancy and since then, it has established itself as a major force in the gambling sector, providing site designs and services for other casino operators, while also running their own online casinos, operating through a licence held with the UK Gambling Commission.
Launched in 2017, the Lucky Niki site is designed around an anime theme and is certainly one of the most distinctive online casinos that we have reviewed, not least because it has its own dedicated virtual sports betting section.
Lucky Niki Games
Like many modern casino sites, the Lucky Niki platform has brought some elements of video games to the online casino gaming world, and the Niki character has her own backstory, which, combined with the fresh design, helps the site to feel cutting edge.
The main appeal of any casino site, however, is in its selection of games, and Lucky Niki has a good range to choose from. There are more than 600 slots from multiple providers, and these include Streetfighter 2, Starburst and Titanic, and the selection of progressive jackpots, many offering seven-figure payouts, numbers over 30, which we were pleased to see.
The Lucky Niki site doesn’t offer quite so many options for table gaming fans, although there are some basic roulette and blackjack variants and a handful of rarer games such as Sic Bo, Red Dog and 3-card poker. There are also four video poker titles to choose from, while fans of live casino gaming will be able to enjoy one of the best collections of live dealer games around, thanks to Skillonnet’s policy of taking games from three live casino developers, rather than the usual one.
Lucky Niki Banking and Customer Support
There are seven banking methods available at Lucky Niki, which is about standard for companies that operate in the UK. As well as the usual Visa and Mastercard debit options, you can make deposits and withdrawals using Neteller, Entropay, EcoPayz and Skrill, and there is also an option to use Bitcoin for your transactions, which is rare in the UK, but welcome.
There is a standard minimum deposit and withdrawal of £10, and no fee for transactions, while the processing time of 24 hours for withdrawals is quicker than most UK-facing online casinos.
Skillonnet have also done a great job with customer support at the Lucky Niki site. You can access an impressive FAQ section, but there are also options to contact the customer service team via email, telephone, live chat or social media.
The Play Jango site is a sister site to Lucky Niki and was launched in 2020, although it doesn’t quite achieve the same high marks as its sister site. There is a good selection of games at Play Jango, but the site falls down on some of its customer service aspects, with fees associated with some payment methods and a lack of 24/7 availability with the live chat.
Lucky Niki Conclusion
Lucky Niki is one of the best online casino sites we’ve reviewed. Although the game number is slightly below average, and we would ideally like to see more table games offered, this is an excellent modern online casino platform that provides a comprehensive gaming experience.
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