Sweepstopia is a US based Internet sweepstakes company. This was our second attempt at trying an Internet company after we swore we wouldn't go back after our first Internet software experience (see Promotek below). So, albeit reluctantly, we decided to try them.
Although they have a professional look and demeanor when we first contemplated using Sweepstopia they were lacking in the number and variety of games that we like to see. However, by the time we actually implemeted and started using them they had resolved this issue and were on par if not above most of the companies we've seen.
It appears that Sweepstopia relies heavily on their developer team. I say that because they've released games and other features at a pretty torid pace. This is both good and bad. First, even since we've started they've added 5 new games, a progressive, their badge system (explain below), and a number of other features. While we believe that this is really positive it does have a couple of negatives. First, the original games are a little less desireable to our customers. This isn't a big deal as every company has their most popular and least popular games. And two because of all the new features we've had a few customers complained that X or Y was changed. Again, while these are mostly positive developments by Sweepstopia there is always someone that doesn't like change.
Sweepstopia released their badge system about 4 - 5 months ago. This is a feature that allows customers to earn acheivement points for doing certain things. For example, if a customers plays four different bonus rounds they'll unlock an achievement. This achievement will allow the customer to get some sort of game feature (lucky rabit's foot for example). Our customers were initially not really that interested but what's happened over time is that once someone gets an achievement it seems like the people around them or their friends want it to.
Finally it is worth mentioning that the primary concern of ours coming into using Sweepstopia was getting the same technical problems we were getting with Promotek (spins and freezes). We're happy to state that we haven't had any of those issues at all. In fact only once have we had to call them during the time we've beeing using them and they were just down for 2 minutes. The good:
To contact Sweepstopia (Norm) - link: sweepstopia.com or 1-855-793-3770
Game Screenshots (Images taken from their site):