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Complete Review of FortuneJack Casino

This site only accepts cryptocurrency. For a casino that accepts a wide variety of payment methods, we recommend Betway.

Website: https://fortunejack.com/
US Players: US Players Are Accepted
Online Since: 2014
Bonus:
Welcome Bonus Up to .5 Bitcoins
License: Curacao
Software: Endorphina, Softswiss, Igrosoft, Tomhorn, Amatic, Playson, Pragmatic Play, Microgaming, Gameart
Location: Curacao
Banking:
Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and See Site for More Options
  • Many slot offerings
  • Quick and easy deposits and withdrawals with various cryptocurrencies
  • No other forms of banking offered aside from cryptocurrency
  • No live chat or telephone support

The site is laid out fairly well with a few areas we’d like to see
improvement. We did dock some points for the fact of how “heavy” the site is on
Bitcoin. If you don’t have a firm understanding of Bitcoin and the exchange
rates, you will have to do a lot of calculations to know how much certain limits
or bonuses are. A lot of Bitcoin only sites will have some real dollar guides on
the site to help you out. That being said, you can learn it all within a few
minutes.

As Bitcoin grows in popularity, the number of Bitcoin casinos and online
gaming sites continues to grow as well. Established in 2014 by the Nexus Group,
FortuneJack can still be considered one of the newer players on the market with
a lot to offer. While some sites that offer Bitcoin offer other forms of
currency, FortuneJack is only a Bitcoin site. This doesn’t mean you can’t use
other methods to fund your account; you’ll just need to fund them into a Bitcoin
wallet and then deposit onto the site.

If you’re unfamiliar with Bitcoin, it brings a whole host of benefits and
advantages not just to online gaming but to pretty much anything that you do on
the internet. It allows you to protect your identity, banking details, as well
as provides a cheaper and more efficient way to move money. We’ve put together
this guide to Bitcoin for you if you’re interested in finding out more about how
it all works.

Ratings Breakdown

Overall

For a Bitcoin only site, Fortune Jack is a pretty solid choice. The reason we
docked a few points is that it is solely a Bitcoin site with no other banking
options and the setup of the site is heavy in Bitcoin meaning that you won’t see
anything in US dollars or Pounds or Euros. Everything is listed in Bitcoins
which may be a little confusing at first if you’re new to the currency. Overall,
the site was good, but not great, but does have quite a bit of room to grow.

Game Variety

The site has a lot of different gaming options from about nine different
providers. We know how many providers they have because they strangely have
their games separated by providers instead of alphabetically or by type. They
had no branded games that we saw, but still a lot of great options from a lot of
great providers. The quality of their non-slot casino style games was extremely
high and definitely needs to be brought to your attention. If you’re a roulette,
video poker, or blackjack player, you’re really going to love this site.

Banking

This may be a bit more of a harsh rating due to the fact that the casino is a
Bitcoin only site, but it’s what we decided on. If we were looking at it as only
filling the Bitcoin niche, it would be a 5/5, but since we’re looking at it in
comparison to other sites, it would have been nice to see a lot more options on
top of just the Bitcoin. The Bitcoin options seem up to par and nothing special
to report there except that it looks to be good to go.

Bonuses

The site had quite a few welcome and deposit bonuses as well as a rake race
style competition that run weekly. There was a little confusion on how much or
how little you need to deposit to get the deposit bonuses, but you should be
able to easily contact support and get it clarified if you need any
clarification. The site also makes mention of some other bonuses including free
spins but does not have any details posted. This may be an error, or they may
only have these additional bonuses seasonally.

Customer Service

The site has a contact form and email support listed which is nice, but they
did not have any form of live chat or telephone support. Without a ton of
testing, it’s hard to tell if these are adequate or not. They could be great if
they respond extremely quickly or could be terrible and an easy way for them to
ignore you.

User Interface

As FortuneJack is probably fairly new to you (as it was to us), we wanted to
take some time and dig through the site and see what they were all about. As
always with our reviews, our main goal is to provide you with an accurate and
brutally honest picture of what the site has to offer, the benefits, and more
importantly, any problems or areas of improvement that we see need to be
addressed.

We’re not here to put out a feel-good piece about every site we review. We’re
here to give you an accurate count of the site from our experts and equip you to
make an informed decision whether or not a site is worth your time or is a good
fit for you to play at.

First Glance

The very first thing we noticed when coming to FortuneJack is that they are
very heavy on the Bitcoin. What does this mean? Well, a lot of sites will
convert Bitcoins into a more standard currency when they write things on the
site to make things a little easier for those new to Bitcoin to understand.
FortuneJack doesn’t seem to do this and has everything written out in Bitcoins.
For example, some sites (even being Bitcoin) might list their jackpot amount as
$2 million, but FortuneJack has their major jackpot listed as 1855.99352835
Bitcoins. These are going to be the exact same amount, but they’re just
presented differently.

Does this mean you’ll win any less if you hit the jackpot? Of course not, but
it may just take an additional learning curve for you to realize the amounts of
a few things. Most likely, this will involve making a few extra calculations
when you first start playing at the site, but will probably be something you
eventually get accustomed to.

Additionally, on our first pass through the site, we noticed the quality of
all the games look to be high. We didn’t see any branded style games, but they
do have a lot of games from at least nine different providers. They had a ton of
slot games to choose from, and their table/card game selection did look to be
higher than with most other sites in the industry. These included a lot of
variations or similar games that could be a big perk if you’re picky about what
you like to play.

In regards to the layout, it initially looked fairly clean and well laid out,
though, after a little more digging we saw some things we think they could
improve on to make navigation and finding your favorite games a bit easier. They
had multiple ways to access the list of games that threw us for a loop the first
time we saw it. Games are also separated by type and then by the provider.
Separation by the game type is great, but to be honest with you, we have no idea
what providers make our favorite games, so that sort of organization seems a bit
pointless to the casual player. We’ll cover this in depth in the sections below.

FortuneJack also had no sportsbook which really isn’t a negative as sites
that usually focus on one area instead of trying to be a one-stop shop do a
better job in that area of focus. Again, we said usually, but at first glance,
this looks like it might be the case with FortuneJack.

Overall at first glance, things look clean, and we’re fairly excited to dig
deeper into everything we initially saw and hopefully some things we haven’t
seen yet. We’re anticipating a fairly positive overall experience based on first
glance, but you can never judge a book by its cover.

Slots

Let’s start with the positives. Game selection was huge, like considerably
more games than most of the other sites we’ve taken a look at recently. The
games looked to be of varying quality from the run of the mill games to some
pretty sweet looking selections to choose from. We didn’t see any branded games
(games named after famous shows or movies) which would have been nice and was a
bit expected with so many different options.

The reasoning for so many game options is because unlike a lot of online
gaming sites, FortuneJack purchased games from a ton of different providers.
They had games from Endorphina, Softswiss, Igrosoft, Tomhorn, Amatic, Playson,
Pragmatic Play, Microgaming, and Gameart. Now, while we’ve heard of a lot of
these companies, we don’t really expect you to be too familiar with them which
makes this next bit a little strange to us.

There are two separate menu locations for slots, one that opens up the
options on the homepage and then one that takes you to a dedicated page with a
slots header at the top. Both of these slot sections have the games organized by
their creator company. While this is great if you know the exact game you are
looking for and for some reason know what company created it, but for the rest
of us, it doesn’t really help a whole lot.

Let’s say Cool Diamond II is one of your favorite games. If you’re like the
rest of us, you would probably want to look under the alphabetical listing of
games to see if that one exists on the site or use a search function to find it.
Unfortunately, the only way to find it on FortuneJack is to know that the game
is made by Amatic and click on their tab or sift through every single game until
you locate it.

UPDATE: We completely missed this on our first several passes through the
site, and that’s not a fault of our own. There is a search function on both
menus to help you find the game you are looking for. On the homepage menu, it’s
labeled on the right-hand side of the screen. If you click the dedicated slot
games tab from the top, though, it is not labeled on that page but is just a
black, gray area. The only way we found it was by clicking around on the page
for a while and noticing a cursor to type popped up.

Regardless, we’d like to see a different way of organizing the games (maybe
alphabetically or by style) instead of by parent company. We’d also like to see
more attention drawn to the search functions, especially on the dedicated slot
games tab.

One other perk we would like to mention before giving you the complete list
of games offered is that all of the games at FortuneJack are available to be
played for free without creating an account. This is great for testing out the
different games and seeing if they have ones that you’re going to enjoy playing
for real.

Here is the complete list of games offered by FortuneJack. As much as we’re
annoyed by how they organized the games by the creator, we’re going to do it the
same way here. That way if you see the one you like on this list, you’ll be able
to locate it quicker when you go to the site. We’ve also gone ahead and
alphabetized the games which they are not at FortuneJack.

Endorphina

Igrosoft

  • Crazy Monkey
  • Crazy Monkey 2
  • Fruit Cocktail
  • Fruit Cocktail 2
  • Garage
  • Gnome
  • Island
  • Island 2
  • Keks
  • Lucky Haunter
  • Pirate
  • Pirate 2
  • Resident
  • Rock Climber
  • Sweet Life
  • Sweet Life 2

Softswiss (Not Available for Free Play without Account)

  • American Roulette
  • Aztec Magic Flash
  • Baccarat Flash
  • Book Of Pyramids Flash
  • Caribbean Poker Flash
  • Casino Hold`em Flash
  • Cherry Fiesta Flash
  • Crazy Starter Flash
  • Desert Treasure Flash
  • European Roulette Flash
  • Flash French Roulette Flash
  • Hawaii Cocktails Flash
  • Hi-Lo Switch Flash
  • Horse Racing Flash
  • Jacks Or Better Flash
  • Let It Ride Flash
  • Lucky Blue Flash
  • Lucky Sweets Flash
  • Multihand Blackjack Flash
  • Oasis Poker Flash
  • Platinum Lightning Flash
  • Princess Of Sky Flash
  • Scroll Of Adventure Flash
  • Sport Slot Flash
  • Texas Hold`em Flash
  • Trey Poker Flash
  • Wild Texas Flash

Tomhorn

Amatic

Playson

Pragmatic Play

Microgaming

There were over 500 different options for Microgaming slots, so we went ahead
and only listed the top 100 here. If you like ANY slot from Microgaming, you can
probably just assume that they have it. We’ve never seen this many options
before anywhere so we’d be shocked if this wasn’t the entire Microgaming
collection.

Gameart

Casino Games

Immediately we saw some positives and areas for improvement for the casino
section, or sections, of FortuneJack. The reason we say sections is because the
organization is a little haywire with the games. Again, they have two menu
locations for the games, and in both spots, they’re separated into different
categories. We’ll do our best to walk you through what they have to offer.

Regarding quality, all of the games look to be of good quality with nothing
glaringly bad sticking out. Their table style games did seem to be of higher
quality than most other sites we’ve looked at where they always seem to gloss
over them and skimp on quality. This is definitely a positive if you like
playing table style casino games.

Live Dealers

This is the first casino-style game tab in the first menu from the home page.
On the homepage, they are all listed together, but if you access it through the
dedicated page from the very top menu, they’re separated by the provider. As you
already know our position on separating by the provider, we’re going to list
them for you as they are on the main page.

  • Live Baccarat (3 options)
  • Live Bet On Poker
  • Live Blackjack (2 options)
  • Live Carribean Poker
  • Live Casino Holdem
  • Live Dice
  • Live Dragon Tiger
  • Live Lucky 5
  • Live Lucky 7
  • Live Roulette
  • Live Roulettes
  • Live Sicbo
  • Live Texas Hold’em Poker
  • Live War Of Bets
  • Live Wheel Of Fortune (2 options)

For those that are looking for games by the provider, here are the three
providers they have listed for their live game offerings.

  • Xpro
  • BetGames TV
  • Evolution Gaming

Roulette

This tab was only available on the homepage menu and not on the dedicated
games page. It’s important to point out that the quality of the games here looks
to be a lot higher than what we’ve seen from other sites in the past including
some of the industry giants.

  • American Roulette
  • American Roulette Flash
  • Electronic Roulette
  • European Roulette Flash
  • European Roulette Gold
  • French Roulette
  • French Roulette Flash
  • Live Roulette
  • Live Roulettes
  • Mp Roulette Diamond Edition
  • Multi Wheel Roulette
  • Premier Roulette
  • Premier Roulette Diamond Edition
  • Roulette
  • Roulette Black Diamond
  • Roulette Crystal
  • Roulette Titanium
  • Roulette With Track
  • Spingo

Poker

The poker section was available on both menus except if you tried to access
the game list from the dedicated page from the very top menu, you can’t see any
of the games without logging in. If you use the secondary menu on the homepage a
little further down, you can see all the games listed without logging in. You
aren’t able to play any of them, but the options are there to at least see them
and be able to judge quality as well based on the posted graphics. We were again
impressed with the quality of these games especially graphically speaking.

  • Caribbean Poker Flash
  • Casino Hold`em Flash
  • Double Joker Poker
  • Fruit Poker
  • Jacks Or Better Flash
  • Joker Card Poker
  • Let It Ride Flash
  • Live Bet On Poker
  • Live Carribean Poker
  • Live Texas Hold’em Poker
  • Oasis Poker Flash
  • Poker
  • Texas Hold`em Flash
  • Trey Poker Flash
  • Wild Texas Flash

Blackjack

As we mentioned earlier, FortuneJack has a lot of different game variations
where other sites only have a few of the more mainstream versions. This is
especially true in the blackjack section where they have a ton of different
options of high-quality games to play. Blackjack games can be seen from the
secondary menu, but there is no tab on the main menu at the top of the page that
directs to dedicated pages. If you can’t tell already, we are a bit annoyed by
the multiple menus with some stuff being on both and some only being on one or
the other.

Provably Fair

This may be a new term to you as it was to us as well. Provably fair is a new
way that casinos are actually letting you take part in the randomization and
shuffling of cards. They allow you to provide some “instructions” to reshuffle
the cards after they have. Basically, the casino shuffler uses random numbers to
generate a random shuffle, but sometimes people worry these random numbers
aren’t that random.

What provably fair allows you to do is supply your own random number either
manually or automatically generated by your computer. This random number is used
in the shuffling algorithm. This ensures that you are getting a completely
random shuffle and it’s impossible for the casino to be cheating you. In a brick
and mortar casino setting, this would be equivalent to letting you cut the cards
after the dealer has shuffled.

This is an insanely simplified definition of what it is, but it should get
the gist of it across. It’s basically designed for the completely untrusting who
don’t trust online casinos or the third party auditors that keep them in line.
Personally, we just trust the safety measures and third-party auditing, but for
the skeptical ones of the bunch, this may be perfect for you.

As we’ve been talking about, there is a menu across the top that sends you to
dedicated pages for some sections and then a menu further down the homepage that
showcases everything on the homepage. Everything above we were doing from the
homepage menu because it was much more user-friendly and showed us a lot more
without the need to create an account.

Just for completeness, here are the different sections included under the
Games tab from the top level menu that sends you to dedicated pages. If any of
that confused you at all, you can understand our mild frustration with the
layout.

Lottery Games

  • Bingo
  • Keno

Live Games

  • Xpro Gaming
  • BetGames TV
  • Evolution Gaming

Video Games

  • Fortune Slot
  • Fortune Wheel
  • Blackjack

Betting Games

  • Binary Trader

Other Games

  • Poker
  • Dice
  • Slot Games

It’s also worth noting that there is a Dice tab at the top menu that doesn’t
take you anywhere. Maybe they are in the works of building that out or just
forgot to link it somewhere.

Banking Options

All banking on FortuneJack is done through Bitcoin. While some Bitcoin sites
will offer other options, FortuneJack is keeping it simple with Bitcoin only. We
weren’t able to locate any limits or restrictions but would assume there
probably aren’t any due to the nature of Bitcoin. We did make sure to read
through the Terms and Conditions section of the site and found nothing about
limits or fees or anything like that there. We’d assume everything is a go with
them, but you may want to check with support first just to be more informed.

FortuneJack will accept any Bitcoin wallet, but they have a special
partnership and recommend using BitGo. Honestly, you don’t have to use this one
specifically, and it’s completely up to you which wallet you use. We recommended
several in the intro section of this review for you to check out.

Bonus Promotions

Welcome Bonus

FortuneJack offers a 130% welcome bonus on first-time deposits with a maximum
bonus of 0.5 Bitcoins (BTC). They also had a secondary welcome bonus available
that looked to only be good for larger deposits. It was 130% as well for
deposits with a minimum of 0.777 BTC and a maximum bonus of 1.0 BTC.

Monthly Deposit Bonus

FortuneJack has a monthly deposit bonus of 100% up to 1 Bitcoin

Additional Bonuses

They talk about a few other bonus offerings but without a lot of details.
They mention that they give away free spins but don’t really talk about how
those are dispersed or how you earn them. They also mention having a loyalty
program, but we couldn’t find anything about it with details. We’d highly
recommend contacting support when you start playing here to make sure that they
are giving you every bonus possible and that you’re taking full advantage of
everything they have.

Jack’s Race

The site also has weekly leaderboard races for players to compete to win
their share of 5 Bitcoins per week. Players will receive points for playing
games and the more they play, the more points they will earn. The top 50 players
each week will win their share of 5 Bitcoins with the top prize being 1 full
Bitcoin.

Customer Service

Customer service options at FortuneJack were ok with a slight lean towards
subpar. They have a contact us form and an email listed for you to reach out
which is great, though, they don’t list a time frame that you should expect a
response. There are no live chat options, social media, or phone numbers for you
to use to get in touch with them. Maybe they have the greatest contact form and
email support under the sun, but they sure aren’t advertising that if it’s the
case.

Conclusion

Overall, FortuneJack is a middle of the road casino for us. The magnitude of
the slot offerings and the ease of Bitcoin are huge perks as well as the quality
of their casino style games. The layout was a little annoying but not anything
to make us not want to play there. We would like to see some more explanations
of their VIP programs and also some more customer service options or at least
guarantees of response times listed.

Banking is pretty straightforward with Bitcoin being the only option. This
can be viewed as a positive or negative depending on your willingness to use
Bitcoin. It does look to be a new currency that is starting to get firmly rooted
with mainstream companies all over the world which is a big positive.
FortuneJack does list everything in terms of Bitcoins, so you will need to have
a very basic understanding of them to use the site. The guide we posted at the
beginning of this review should be plenty of knowledge for you.

The bottom line is it’s a cool option for Bitcoin and a definite win for
players that like a lot of slot options and quality casino style games. For
everyone else, it’s a middle of the road casino that will come down to personal
preference whether you want to play there or not.

Good
Overall 70%
Game Variety 90%
Banking 60%
Bonuses 80%
Customer Service 70%
User Interface 70%
Welcome Bonus Up to .5 Bitcoins