Pocket Fruity is a modestly-sized casino, but it has a full range of games: slots, table games, a live casino, scratchers and more.
The casino is run by Bear Group Ltd., a smaller company that owns several other recognisable UK online casinos (Deal or No Deal, Slingo Casino, Spin Genie Casino). Pocket Fruity draws games from a variety of software developers, but is notable for heavily featuring games from AlchemyBet Ltd. (whom longtime players of pub fruit machines might be familiar with) as well as the many varieties of Slingo.
The site design is quite straightforward, meant to shuttle you right to the action as quickly as possible. So let's get right down to it and see what makes Pocket Fruity unique in today's post.
Available Games and Software
Pocket Fruity has about 600 games in total as of this writing, with about 550 of those being slots.
If you like Slingo, the collection here might well be the UK's largest. There are 26 total Slingo games at present including Deal or No Deal, Britain's Got Talent, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Monopoly.
If you're on the hunt for progressive jackpots, you'll find about two dozen available here. Mega Fortune offers the possibility of winning a few million pounds from just one pull, while the other games offer smaller overall jackpots but a higher probability of winning.
There are 14 table games, among which you'll find two varieties of video poker and the newbie-friendly variant of roulette called Wheely Wheely Big Win. The live casino adds eight games from Evolution Gaming.
Finally, there are about 55 scratchers that offer top prizes ranging from £10,000 to £150,000. Not bad for a minute's work if you manage to hit on one of those!
Deposit and Withdrawal Options
Pocket Fruity allows for depositing with credit or debit cards, or via a bill to your mobile phone service provider (if they allow it). Note that there is a maximum deposit of £30 per day by mobile phone charge.
Deposit and withdrawal minimums are £10.
Safety and Security
Third-party dispute resolution is handled by the Independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS).
Bonuses and Player's Club
Pocket Fruity offers bonuses on a player's first and second deposits.
The first deposit bonus is a 100% match up to a maximum of £50. On the second deposit, you're eligible for 20 bonus spins for use with select slot games including Gonzo's Quest, Twin Spin and Starburst.
Of course, there are terms and conditions to take note of. There is a 50x wagering requirement on the matching funds bonus that must be reached by playing either slots or Slingo - table games, including video poker, do not apply. Winnings from the free spins must meet a similar 30x wagering requirement and the maximum win amount is capped at £500.
Pocket Fruity doesn't have a formal loyalty program, but there is a VIP scheme for the higher rollers who meet certain (undisclosed) deposit and wagering thresholds. VIPs get 10% bonus cashback, faster withdrawals, access to VIP support and special promo offers. If you're invited to the special Platinum VIP level, you'll get 10% of real cash back on all play instead of bonus funds. You'll also get a personal account manager, birthday gifts and access to special in-person events.
Is Pocket Fruity Worth It?
The VIP program seems rewarding, but there is nothing in particular that would jump out at the average player here. It's certainly not a bad property, but doesn't really stand out in any particular way other than the selection of Slingo titles. The best you can say for it is that it's a quick and fairly well-designed experience.
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