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    Love Island Games Casino

    You’ve watched the show now play at the casino.

    Players from Australia accepted

    • British-based mobile-friendly casino licensed by ITV Broadcasting.
    • Claim a welcome bonus of 22 free spins when you register your card.
    • Play slingo – slots and bingo – games such as Slingo X Factor and Slingo Britain’s Got Talent.
    • Spin slots like Wild Water, Copy Cats, Fortunes of Sparta and Siberian Storm.

    Love Island Games Casino Review

    If you’re craving a beach holiday but can’t take the time off work or scrape the funds together, try the next best thing: Love Island Games. It’s an online casino that sort of emulates lying on a sun-kissed beach. Sort of. Okay, scrap that: Love Island Games doesn’t resemble a tropical beach, nor does it bear any sort of resemblance to the Love Island TV show. Why are you considering playing at it then? That’s a good question and one that can’t be answered easily. The name of the site might lure you in, but what you’ll find here is unlikely to entice you to stick around.

    There are some elements of Love Island Games that are good, like the name and the left hand navigation menu. And then there are elements of Love Island Games that are really bad, like the featured image which dominates the top of the homepage. It might just go down as one of the worst featured images of all time, complete with tiny video slot logos, a tiny call to action button and the words “get 22 free spins” written as a non sequitur with no sort of lead-in whatsoever. That’s not how you market a casino, or any other site for that matter. If you thought Love Island the show was trashy, just wait till you see Love Island Games the casino.

    About Love Island Games

    Love Island Games is the product of Bear Group Ltd who are a subsidiary of Gaming Realms PLC. They’re based in Alderney and are licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. You wouldn’t think, to look at the nick of this site, that it was actually a branded spin-off that’s been officially licensed by ITV Broadcasting, but that is indeed the case. It’s remarkable that they’ve chosen to have their brand cheapened by such a cheap looking website.


    If you wanna see just how much of a low key, low budget and lo-fi site this is, check out its social channels. The Twitter account has tweeted just twice and has precisely 6 followers. The Facebook page, meanwhile, hasn’t been updated since the start of June 2017. If you’re going to do social media, do it right. Otherwise, there’s no point in even bothering. Love Island Games certainly isn’t the only casino guilty of doing this; around 50% of UK casinos are just as bad. Still, it makes you wonder why they set these social accounts up if there’s no intention of maintaining them.

    Lovely Banking? Hardly!

    Love Island Games is an awful, awful site in case you haven’t deduced as much already. There’s all sorts that’s wrong with this site. Aside from the issues mentioned already, banking is another prime example. Deposit and banking page? No sign of one. That’s okay, there’s a Help button in the bottom right of the screen with a search bar built in.

    Let’s try typing a word into there and see what it comes up with… “deposit”. Results returned? Choose from “Offers”. “The funds are not showing in my account yet” and “Can I change my username?” What a useless site! There are some payment provider logos listed in the footer of the website, making it evident that you can deposit funds with MasterCard, Visa and Maestro. Beyond that, who knows? Good luck in finding out anything useful about Love Island Games while browsing the site.

    22 Free Spins

    There are 22 free spins to be claimed for signing up at Love Island Games. We know that because that’s the only information provided on the site’s famous featured image. Click on the terms and conditions and you’ll be taken through to a page where you’ll learn that 22 “saucy” free spins are available when you register your card. There’s no obligation to actually make a deposit to claim these spins, which is commendable at least.

    The eligible slots you can claim this promotion on are Sparks, Starburst, Lights, Twin Spin, Aloha Cluster Pays and Wild Water. There’s a 60x wagering requirement before any bonus cash can be withdrawn, so even if you win anything from these spins, in reality it will have been reduced to zero by the time you’re eligible to withdraw it.

    Love Island Games Casino Bonuses and Promotions

    Sign Up Bonus
    22 Free Spins
    1st Deposit

    Slingo Hybrid

    What do you get when you cross slots and bingo? Why slingo. It’s the best of both worlds, or so Love Island Games insists. If that sounds intriguing, you have a selection of these titles to try at this odd online casino. Try the likes of Slingo Extreme, Pigasus, Slingo Reel Riches, Wheely Wheely Big Win, Slingo X Factor, Slingo Britain’s Got Talent and a handful of others. If all that slingo just sounds like slang to you and you’d prefer some good old-fashioned slots, there’s plenty of that to be had here as well. In fact, you’re promised a diet of “sun, sea and slots” at Love Island Games, and who could resist an offer like that?

    The slingo games and the slots seem to have been mixed up together, just to confuse matters, but whatever; it’s all the same at the end of the day, right? There’s a fair number of slots to be found here and what’s more there’s some good games in there. Try the likes of Jurassic World, Wild Water, Copy Cats, Fortunes of Sparta, Siberian Storm, Glitz, Emperor of the Sea, Gold Strike and Pollen Party. Not all of these titles are classics but there are a few good games in there at least.

    Lots of Blackjack

    Love Island Games isn’t short of casino games either. There’s a lot of blackjack and roulette in particular which come in such formats as 6 in 1 Blackjack and Shuffle Roulette. There’s video poker too including Jacks or Better, Let It Ride and Bonus Deuces Wild. there isn’t much else in terms of table games so you won’t find any pontoon or baccarat here for instance. There doesn’t seem to be any scratch cards either, which is something that you’d generally expect to find at a trashy site like this.

    Love or Hate Island?

    If you really, really, really adore Love Island and ITV shows of that ilk, you might want to sign up here. Otherwise, you should really stay away from this strange and sad looking casino that provides very little of interest. There are a few reasonable games to be found amidst all the dross, but that’s hardly grounds for celebration. It’s astonishing that the developers of this casino haven’t even bothered to try and create a homepage that might actually entice players to sign up. It’s a real shocker of a site, even though some elements of it are functional.

    The no deposit welcome bonus is far less welcome than it initially seems, and isn’t even worth claiming. You can deposit funds by credit card here but it looks like that’s your only options. There’s no way of telling for sure though due to the absence of information on this site. It’s really not rocket science creating a casino that’s attractive, easy to browse and stocked with useful information, but try telling this to the developers of Love Island Games. Still, at least you get 22 free spins, right?


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