iGame aim to be their positive selves and do things their own way. They’ve been known for this for many years. iGame have recently been acquired by Unibet, so it’ll be interesting to see what the future has in store for them.

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iGame’s site doesn’t have a betting section, as their betting sites are completely separate.


iGame has all the table games, slots, jackpot games and video pokers you could possibly wish for. Their site also contains a live casino, where you can play roulette and blackjack. They also have a section called “other games”, where they have scrathcards and kenos to name but two.

The live casino contains roulette and blackjack, which make up two of the five games at the live casino, while in terms of jackpot games they have as many as 16. The most notable out of these 16 are Hall of Gods, Mega Fortune and The Dark Knight.

iGame’s site is really simple and fast. Navigating the site works like clockwork, and there are no annoying pop-ups or gimmicks to stop you in your tracks. We enjoy the blue and soothing design of the site.

The best aspects of the casino are their well-oiled loyalty program and the fantastic Net Entertainment games. With hundreds and hundreds of games all the way from Starburst to Hall of Gods, you won’t run out of things to do at iGame!

iGame’s loyalty program works via iGame Rewards-points, which you gain while playing at the site. The more you play, the more points you’ll collect. These points can then be exchanged for money! This kind of easy, simple and fully functioning loyalty program is what keeps customers at iGame.


The customer service at iGame works via email, while they also have a live-chat. Both work fine in English.


The money transfers at iGame aren’t the best in the business, but definitely not the worst either. All deposits work in real time, while withdrawals make their way back into your bank account in 1-3 days.

Depositing options: Bank- and credit cards, bank transfers, e-wallets and many more

Withdrawal options: Visa, bank transfers, e-wallets and many other options


This is a question we get a lot: “do I have to pay taxes for my winnings at x online casino?” There most sure-fire way of knowing this is by checking each casino separately, but the faster way is to take a look if the site is licenced by the UK Gambling Commission. iGame have obtained this licence, meaning that you don’t have to pay any taxes for your winnings from the site.


iGame entered the market in 2013. Their goal is to conquer Europe, and they are expanding rapidly. A competitive bonus and a site that works well!

As a new player at iGame you’ll be offered a brilliant welcoming package, which contains loads of free spins and first class deposit bonuses! The site also has regular campaigns where you can win free spins, money or goods.


“The site is great, but the play-through requirements of the bonuses could be easier.”

“A lot of free spins almost every day! A nice place to pass time the time at.”

“I started playing at the site a while back. At first, the site had a lot of issues and didn’t work properly, so I stopped playing there. For some reason, I decided to pay the site a visit a couple of months ago and everything had changed! They’ve definitely redesigned the site completely and it works perfectly now. I also got double bonuses, which doubled the fun!”

RATING – 5/5:

A simple site that works well is just what an online casino player wants. No special gimmicks or graphics, at iGame they go straight to business. Combine this with their magnificent bonuses, and we see no reason why anybody shouldn’t try the site out!