Find Out About Monopoly Slots & Casino Games
Monopoly is well known as a property board game. It tends to make an annual appearance around Christmas and can be the main cause of arguments, feuds and divorce (probably). The premise of the game is simple - buy up property locations, add houses and hotels and then charge your fellow players a fortune when they land on your squares. Ultimately you're trying to bankrupt your opponents and walk away with all the money. Like Deal Or No Deal and Rainbow Riches, Monopoly has translated to a number of different online slots and games considerably well. These include the recently launched Monopoly Live Game Show and the ubiqutious Megaways variation. A Monopoly Casino also exists! It is powered by Jackpotjoy/Gamesys and boasts over 20 different titles. However, visit any casino, bingo or slots brand and you'll find a collection of Monopoly themed games. For example Gala Bingo has 14 titles! Some of the versions of Monopoly are reviewed below.
Monopoly Slots & Games
Other Monopoly Games
Although there are multiple Monopoly slots they are actually created by different providers. Basically Hasbro, the makers of Monopoly, license the product out and the providers develop games based around the board game. The results are mixed with some games being good and others less so. Amongst the many games you'll find Big Event, Bring The House Down, City Spins, Grand Hotel, Heights, Mega Movers, On The Money, Once Around Deluxe, Paradise Mansion, Rising Riches and most recently Slingo. As mentioned above not every slots, bingo or casino site will host the same games. Monopoly Casino seems to house the most Monopoly variations. Jackpotjoy doesn't seem to have many but Rainbow Riches Casino hosts around a dozen. Although there are numerous games there is some controversy surrounding the titles. In May 2019, ASA banned an advert for Monopoly Casino as it featured the brand's cartoon mascot - Rich Uncle Pennybags. We don't expect that this ruling ends the development of Monopoly slots or games, but the characters will not be seen until you've logged in to play.