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For slots and Slingo games players looking for a slick, ultra-modern gaming experience, then Britain’s Got Talent Games UK is for you. The site looks good (despite the fact that, apart from the name, it doesn’t really capitalise on the whole Britain’s Got Talent theme), and it’s especially geared towards offering a first-rate gaming experience on mobile phones and tablets.
The Welcome Bonus for new players gives you a 100% match on your first deposit up to a maximum of £50, which effectively doubles your bankroll. The minimum deposit to claim the bonus is £10, and the offer is valid for 30 days after you first register for an account.
There is a 50x slots and Slingo games wagering requirement attached to the signup bonus, which means that if you claim the full £50 bonus, you need to wager £2,500 before you can cash out any of the bonus or winnings from it. You have 7 days in which to meet the playthrough, after which time any remaining bonus and winnings will be forfeited.
You can also pick up an additional bonus on your second deposit, which gives you 20 extra spins on a range of selected slots: Starburst, Twin Spin, Reel Rush, Gonzo’s Quest, Finn and the Swirly Spin or Dead or Alive. The minimum deposit to claim this bonus is £10. Spins are valid for 7 days and winnings are subject to a 30x wagering requirement.
Overall, this is a fairly standard sort of signup deal, with a playthrough that is about the industry average. However, the inclusion of extra spins as the 2nd deposit bonus is an innovation that we like.
*New customers only, 18+. 50x wagering requirements apply. Max bonus £50. Bonus expires after 7 days. Full T&Cs apply.
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You too can be a star when you become a part of the VIP scheme. Your weekly gameplay i.e., how much you deposit and wager, determines whether you have the status to automatically become a VIP and you’ll be informed when you do. However, Platinum VIP is very much an invitation only affair.
As a VIP, you get rewards like cashback, faster withdrawal times, access to special promotions and VIP-level support. If you become a Platinum VIP, you get your own dedicated account manager as well.
If Slingo games are your thing, you’re spoilt for choice here with more than 25 different games to choose from, such as Dancing on Ice, The Price is Right and, of course, Britain’s Got Talent.
There is also an outstanding range of Britain’s Got Talent Games slots on offer, with more than 500 games in all categories by the best developers, including NetEnt, Microgaming and IGT. You can play some of the best-known themed and video slots, like Starburst, Guns N’ Roses, Easter Island and Jack Hammer, or try for a huge jackpot prize in a progressive slot game, like Cleopatra, Golden Goddess or Genie Jackpots.
Table games, video poker, and scratch card games are also popular here, or you can play a range of Evolution Gaming live dealer games. These include blackjack, roulette, baccarat and table poker, as well as Dream Catcher big wheel game.
UK players have a very limited range of payment options, as only Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards, and Boku (pay by mobile), are accepted. Funds are credited to your account instantly so you can begin playing straight away, and there is a minimum deposit amount of £10. If you use Boku, there is a daily maximum deposit amount of £30.
Withdrawal requests can take up to 72 hours to complete, during which time you can cancel if you change your mind. The minimum withdrawal amount is £10, with funds being sent to your card on the next working day after processing is completed. However, if you use Boku, you will be sent your money in a cheque, which can take considerably longer.
The very limited range of payment methods is likely to make this an inconvenient place for some players to play, particularly as you can’t use either PayPal or any e-wallet options.
You can link to both the Britain’s Got Talent Games Facebook and Twitter pages from the icons in the footer menu. The Facebook page (@BGTgames) was always fairly active up until the end of 2018, where it posted regularly news about promotions, new games and competitions. However, it has been much quieter of late, which is a shame. When you click through to the Twitter page (@BGT_games), you’ll find that an account has been set up, but it has yet to become active.
Given the worldwide popularity of the Britain’s Got Talent franchise, it is surprising that they don’t make more of this in the social media space. It also means that players have one less way to engage, which is regrettable.
Although we like the look and design of the desktop site, in our view the Britain’s Got Talent Games mobile site both looks and plays much better. The UI is clear, games are easily accessible from the home screen, and there are helpful search and sort functions as well.
If you play on an Android device (4.1+), you can download a free Britain’s Got Talent Games app from Google Play (search for ‘Britain’s Got Talent 2018’). The app for Apple iPhone and iPad (iOS 9.0+) is available for free in the App Store. You can also play games directly in the browser of any phone or tablet with internet connectivity.
In terms of the gaming choice, there are a lot of things that this site does well. In particular the number and range of slots provides plenty of choice, and with games by so many different developers you can be sure of variety when it comes to game styles and special features. The range of Slingo games is also very good, while there is plenty for table game and live casino devotees as well.
We do, however, have to take issue with the very limited range of payment methods, and many UK players will find this a bar to playing here.
After considering both the positive and negative qualities on display, we have reached a verdict — a final Britain’s Got Talent Games review score of 4 stars out of 5.
Do you think this site has what it takes to become a star, or is it a no from you? Let us know your judgement in the comments or tell us more and write your own Britain’s Got Talent Games review.