Womplay Review: Play & Earn Cryptocurrency?

Some of the links may be from a sponsor. Advertising Disclosure

If you love playing random games and you’re a fan of cryptocurrency, then you may have come across a website by the name of Womplay.  It’s a website that pays you in cryptocurrency whenever you play and download a premium game.  It’s one of the many platforms that pay you to play games.

Now, before you get excited, let it be known that, like the many I have reviewed before in this industry, doesn’t pay much at all.  In fact, you’re going to make peanuts after you calculate the time you wasted playing these games.  It doesn’t necessarily mean Womplay is a scam, however.  The company is legitimate, but I just don’t think it’s the best way to make money online.

In today’s review, I wanted to talk about how Womplay works, what you can make as well as what the internet thinks about it.

Playing Games to Earn Cryptocurrency

If you sign up for an account, you will see a dashboard, which will look something like this:

I’m on a desktop, but the mobile version will look similar as well.  The nice thing is that you can play games and earn points on either device.

On the front page, as you can see, will be a variety of games you can start playing to earn points, in which you can cash out for cryptocurrency.  Some are strictly for your phone whereas other games are designed for your desktop.

When I was doing this review, I think there were about 20 games or so you could try out, all of which you could break down into categories.  If you like strategy games, for example, you could see which games were available.  If you like RPG-like games, you could see which games were available as well.  These games will constantly change, so what you see today will be much different next week or even tomorrow for that matter.

So, for example, let’s say that Dice Dreams game seen in the screenshot above is of interest to you.  You would click on the game and start playing.  Depending on the game you play, you will earn “Wombucks” for every game/minute you play.

Some games will have requirements you need to meet in order to earn a set number of “Wombucks.”  For instance, some games may require that you reach a certain level.  Everything you need to know about this game and how you can earn Wombucks will be shown to you before you start playing.  As long as you understand what’s expected of you, it’s not too hard to comprehend how many Wombucks you can earn while playing.

Aside from the games, you can also partake in challenges, which revolve around NFT games and you will need to invest some of your money to win these challenges.  These challenges are often not worth the risk, and it’s the reason I will briefly mention them here.


In order to cash out your Wombucks, you will need to pick out the token you would like to receive your reward.

If you want your points easily exchanged into Bitcoin, then you would want to pick the pBTC option, however, if you have fun collecting NFTs, then you would want to choose the EOS option.  This is up to you to decide.

When it comes time to cash out, it’s much different than the sites that you’re used to.  Instead of exchanging X number of points for a reward, you will have to join a weekly cashout event.

For example, when I was writing this, here’s what the cashout event looked like:

As you can see, you can see how much money is going to be released for the upcoming event that’s ending in one day, 13 hours.  If you join, you will earn a certain amount depending upon how many people joined.  You can see in that screenshot that 13,148 people joined and the reward pool is about $3,000.  That 13,148 people divided by $3,000 is about $4.38 per person.  This is an average, of course, because you earn more if you join with more Wombucks.

Keep in mind that this is a raffle of sorts and it’s hard to determine how much you can earn.  There are a lot of factors involved.  One thing is for certain, though – the more Wombucks you invest, the more money you can receive.

Before you join this event, though, Wombucks will want you to create an account on what’s known as the EOS blockchain.  This EOS blockchain is required so that you can receive your cryptocurrency.

You will only get paid in cryptocurrency, not cash, so if you want strictly cash, this isn’t the platform for you.

How Much Can You Earn?

This is a hard one to answer as it will greatly depend on which games you’re playing as well as how long you’re playing.  It also depends on the exchange rate because, again, you won’t get paid in cash.

Unlike all sites that give you X points for $X in rewards, this isn’t the case here since the weekly events will vary, as I noted.  We have to remember that this is a raffle-like site, so it’s very hard to determine how valuable your “Wombucks” will be.  One week could be much more than the next.

Factoring in the weekly event and the games seen here, I can only expect you to make a few dollars a month.  From what I read in some reviews, people were highly disappointed with the raffle after their earnings were dispersed, so consider this a fair warning.

So, even if the weekly raffle has a high payout, you’re going to compete with thousands of users, which doesn’t mean a lot of money for you.

Signing Up

If you want to sign up for an account, you will have to connect a third-party account, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter or Apple.

You cannot create a standalone on the website like 99% of the sites out there, but it’s not a big deal.  The registration process is extremely simple, as all you have to do is accept the terms and conditions to get started.

Womplay is open to users 18+ years old and you can live anywhere in the world.

The Pros:

  • can play games and earn rewards
  • cryptocurrency is an option
  • decent number of games to choose from

The Cons:

  • no cash option
  • won’t get rich
  • never know what you will make with the weekly events

Final Thoughts

4/10Womplay is legitimate and they do pay, but I don’t think you’re going to earn a lot.  What I don’t like is that you never know what you’re going to earn as the weekly cash out is just like a raffle of sorts.

If you like the idea of playing games, these sites do exist; however, you won’t make a ton of money playing.  I’m talking a few dollars a week if that.  If you want to try new games, I guess you might as well earn some rewards, but if you’re seeking out a way to make money, this definitely isn’t it.  After all, the games are okay.

That’s going to wrap it up for now.

As always, if you want to comment on your experience, you’re more than welcome to sound off in the comments below.

Want $5 free?

Try out Swagbucks, the most popular reward program I make the most money with. Simply answer survey questions and get paid!

Join Now to Get $5!

Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

1 comment

  • I would like to warn everyone against, wombat and $WOMBAT token. After a few years with womplay I decided to sell all NFT and $WOM. The first unpleasant surprise, when I wanted to unstacking $WOM, I had to pay 4 or 5 times the fee. Then to exchange this token you have to pay 4-5 times the fee again. This is the most thief system I’ve ever seen!! You will lose a lot to get your pennies back. But when I had everything on my wombat wallet, I wanted to transfer to another external wallet. They blocked me, after the new update you have to pay $5.49/m premium to be able to do any transaction or transfer. Otherwise, you will get the answer every time NET usage too high and CPU not covered.
    This website paid before, pennies but paid. Now it has turned into a completely thieving platform that tries to steal your money.