Island Jackpots is the new name for Shanghai Spins and is part of the Tau Gaming family which includes Secret Slots and Hunky Bingo. Like it’s stablemates, Island Jackpot uses the Dragonfish/Cassava platform and offers over 300 of the latest slots and casino games. Shanghai Spins launched in 2016 but for reasons unknown the site was transferred to the new name in May 2017.
Free Spins For First Depositors
Unlike some other brands that use the Dragonfish Slots Network, Island Jackpots doesn’t offer a no deposit bonus to new players. Instead, newbies who deposit £10 with the bonus code PLAY25 will be rewarded with 25 free spins on Sharknado. Free Spins Winnings will be capped at £2.50 and credited as a bonus. This bonus attracts x40 wagering terms.
At the site you’ll find 300 of the best games from providers including Net Entertainment, Pariplay and Eyecon – although none are exclusive! Among the highlights are Pixies of the Forest, Starburst, Golden Goddess, Cashino, Sparks, Rainbow Riches, Koi Princess, Fluffy Favourites and Double Up Ducks. Note that this is a slots only site and therefore table games, live casino and instants aren’t available. Access to Island Jackpots is via mobile, desktop and tablet. You don’t need to download an app to access the site.
Island Jackpots do run promotions, although for some reason they don’t let you see their promotions page until you login. You will find a Jackpot Alert where you can be emailed or sent a text when the progressive jackpots are potentially going to drop. This is a nice idea, but we suspect it’s a way to generate interest and getting you to wager as opposed to being a useful tool. Loyal players can receive daily, weekly and monthly VIP rewards!
Overall this is another Dragonfish platform slots site – and if you’ve tried Moon Games, Wink Slots or Costa Games then you’ll probably not going to find anything new to immediately excite you. The lack of live casino or table games doesn’t help Island Jackpot’s cause. However, the no wagering required on free spin wins was a highlight and now this has been dropped it may effect how you view the brand.