Slots of Fortune is an online casino established in 2009 with games supplied by Rival Gaming. It is operated by Netad Management and is registered under the jurisdiction of Curaçao. Last Updated: May 29, 2020.
Slots of Fortune is a casino with a bit of a chequered history. It has changed hands a couple of times and currently belongs to a group run by a company known as Netad Management. To put it rather bluntly, this operator is unfortunately one that fails to meet our standards due to providing slow payments, poor support, low limits on player withdrawals, and even cases of complete non payment from one or two of its other casinos.
For years the casinos run by this operator were well known as slow payers, usually in small weekly or fortnightly instalments of $500 or so, but they always seemed to come through in the end to their mainly American clientele. This changed in the summer of 2014 when a player won big at Grand Macao (a sister site to Slots of Fortune) and the casino's management refused to pay her, making vague claims of "suspicious activity" on her account before offering her $500 to go away. This does not sit well with us, and as a response we blacklisted all casinos owned and operated by Netad Management, Grand Macao included. The bottom line is that we no longer have any confidence that this casino will pay you at all if you have a substantial win.
Powered by Rival Gaming, Slots of Fortune has an impressive number of colourful and fun games. However as is the same at pretty much every Rival casino, the quality of those games isn't spectacular. As per usual with casinos run by this operator, the casino does not feature Rival's progressive jackpot slots.
There is a very low $2500 weekly withdrawal limit in the T&Cs but the reality is that even this low amount is pure fantasy. In our experience as you will be lucky to receive more than $500 a fortnight from this casino. Slow payments have always been standard operating procedure for this group of casino, so even if they decide to pay you, you may be looking at months rather than days to see money that is rightfully yours. Couple that with the non-payment of legitimate winnings detailed above, we have to recommend that you stay away
Customer service can only be described as poor given the slow payment history coupled with the experience of the player who got stiffed out of nearly $6,500 by Netad's team. Casino management seems to care less about paying customers and does little to resolve issues that pertain to financial matters that negatively impact the casino.
We have to insist that you stay away from this casino and any of its sister sites. This casino has downgraded from slow to non-payments on winnings, which is about the worst thing a casino can do to its customers. There are many other good online casinos to choose from, and we recommend you check out our reviews page to find a spot that won't hesitate to pay you when you win.