Information Not Available
3 - 5 Working Days
UK Gambling Commission
Britain’s Got Talent Games (BGTG) is another TV spinoff from Bear Group Limited, with X-Factor and Love Island already receiving the online gaming treatment.
Featuring the usual assortment of slots, Slingo and traditional table games, BGTG is fully-licensed by the UK Gambling Commission. Read on as we now assess its performance according to our usual stringent criteria.
BGTG was launched in 2016. It operates under the Bear Group brand which itself is a subsidiary of award-winning company, Gaming Realms (GR). Gaming Realms has established a solid reputation in recent years, particularly when it comes to casino game distribution. It’s Grizzly platform powers a wide range of online casinos including Britain’s Got Talent Games.
For clued-up gamers it’s pretty clear from the off that BGTG is a Bear Group/Gaming Realms website. Employing the same layout found on most other sites on the network, BGTG doesn’t really offer anything new in terms of appearances. However, like its counterparts, the interface is intuitive and easy to use.
And it’s on mobile devices that BGTG truly comes into its own – the site looks sharper and far easier on the eye. A companion app is also available in the Google Play and Apple Stores, although we recommend you read the user reviews before downloading.
Game selection is one of the high points for online casinos/slot sites running on the Bear Group network and BGTG is no exception. Customers will find well over 500 slots to play. These include:
As well as standard online casino slots, BGTG features a selection of progressive jackpot games from IGT including Mega Jackpot Cleopatra, Mega Jackpots Golden Goddess and Mega Jackpots Siberian Storm.
A variety of promotions are available to new players. For first-time depositors, BGTG offers a 100% bonus up to £100 which is followed by 20 bonus spins for second deposits. Wagering requirements of 50 apply here.
Unlike many of its stable-mates, BGTG also features an extra promotion for third deposits which rewards players with another 200% bonus of up to £100. In addition to these allurements, players are also eligible for tickets to X-Factor shows as well as a host of prizes on BGTG’s Facebook page.
A two-tier VIP package is offered to loyal players comprising a variety of exclusive perks and incentives. These include special VIP promotions, faster withdrawals, birthday gifts, invites to VIP events and dedicated account management.
Players with questions or issues can get in touch with BGTG via live chat, email or telephone. Although we could have done with a help section or FAQ suite, these contact options should be enough to satisfy most queries. Customer support hours run from 9am to 11pm, seven days a week.
Payment/deposit options include VISA, VISA Debit, Mastercard and Maestro. At present, online transaction services like Neteller and Skrill are not provided – surprising considering Gaming Realm’s emphasis on mobile gaming.
Britain’s Got Talent Games is by no means perfect. Its website interface comprises a boilerplate layout found on numerous Bear Group websites. There’s also a lack of deposit/withdrawal options. However, BGTG goes a long way in compensating for these shortcomings by offering players an excellent range of online casino slots. Customer support is also more than adequate while the website, although not the prettiest, operated flawlessly across all devices we tested. So there’s no doubt that BGTG has its faults. However, there’s plenty here to encourage return visitors.