Island Jackpots Review
Island Jackpots Review
At first glance, Island Jackpots is one of the silliest online casinos you are ever likely to come across.
If you assume that this sentence is intended as a bad thing, think again, the iGaming world has forgotten about silliness a little, and there is very much a place for it within the industry, especially for those hobby players who enjoy occasionally betting small amounts and mainly play for the sake of the game as opposed to with the intention of winning big sums.
This is a huge market, and one that is not catered to enough, so a site like Island Jackpots is a breath of fresh air, a site that doesn’t take itself too seriously, and offers the chance for players to simply have fun while playing their favourite online casino games.
Owned by Tau Marketing Services Ltd, who are also responsible for Slots Angel, Secret Slots, and a host of bingo sites including Zinger Bingo, Queen Bee Bingo, and more, Island Jackpots holds licenses in both Gibraltar and the UK, which is an instant sign of trustworthiness, and proof that although the site may focus primarily on fun, it takes gaming, and especially player security, as seriously as it needs to.
This is all great, but for a new site to succeed in the busy iGaming market, it needs a lot more than a good idea, so, is Island Jackpots capable of maintaining the good work going forward?
Design and theme
When you arrive at this site, you are greeted by Rich, a 2d cartoon character who is reminiscent of the infamous Terrence and Phillip characters from South Park, although it’s very possible that this is an accidental likeness.
Rich salutes you from an island, standing next to a signpost that advertises promotions available at the site. Unlike many sites, which start with striking imagery and eye-catching animations, the first thing you see at Island Jackpots is the sign-up form, which is efficient, but most will need to scan down the page to get a feel for the site before deciding whether to sign up.
As you do scan down, you will be met by various blocks of colour, each with something different in front of them, from thumbnails allowing access to popular games, to information about the site and its bonuses, to direct access to jackpot titles, because after all, that’s what this site is all about.
This makes navigation simple, and the design attractive, if the combination of colours probably is a little bit too much for some.
It would be a real shame if Island Jackpots let itself down with its selection of games after making such an impressive start, and the truth is it doesn’t, but it gets pretty close to it.
The titles here come from 888 Holdings, Bally Wulff, Blueprint Gaming, Eyecon, IGT, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, PariPlay, SG Gaming, Thunderkick, and Williams Interactive, which is a strong list, but it simply isn’t long enough.
With big names like IGT, Microgaming, and Playtech (to name but a few) missing, there’s many games that are not present here, and for a site revolving around jackpots to not have offerings from Microgaming and Playtech seems counterintuitive when you consider the number of jackpot slots these two developers have.
However, that is not to say that there’s nothing to get excited about here, there’s a host of slots and table and card games, and a decent number of jackpot games as well.
A few more software developers will be necessary for Island Jackpots to reach the next level, but it’s made a great start.
£10 Minimum Deposit
Slots, Scratchcards, Casino games, Roulette, Progressive Slots, Live casino
Companies that own this site
No, you are not required to download software to play in this online casino.
Downloadable version also available?
No information available
Support Phone Numbers
Minimum Withdrawal Limit
30 GBP per day
Maximum Withdrawal Limit
10000 EUR per month
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