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Redping is a non-UK online casino with 25 sister sites including Wild Tornado Casino, Wild Blaster, Slotum, Syndicate Casino, and Playbonds (View all).

Redping is operated by Direx NV, an overseas gambling company that does not hold a valid UK license. The operator's registered address as per public record provided by the Gambling Commission, Great Britain's regulatory body for gambling, is Kimonos 434 P.C. 3095, Limassol, Cyprus.

Redping Review for 2020

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Details Offering
Deposit Bonus £100
Spins 100
Free Spins
Min. Deposit £10
PayPal No
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Our Rating: 4.8 / 5


Will I receive free spins at Redping?

New players at Redping receive up to 100 spins of which some are free spins with no deposit required.

What is the minimum deposit amount?

The minimum deposit at Redping is £10. This is also the amount required to unlock the new player bonus.

What are sister sites of Redping?

Sister sites of Redping include: Wild Tornado Casino, Wild Blaster, Slotum.

Who operates this online casino site?

Redping is run by Direx NV, a provider of online casino sites that is considered non-regulated in the United Kingdom.

This review was last updated on 4 May 2020