In Touch Games are like when your typically shy friend gets on the karaoke and blasts out Angel by Robbie Williams after a few drinks. It’s not quite what you expected, it’s far from perfect, and it doesn’t hit all the right notes, but you have to commend the effort.
PocketWin is another In Touch brand and it’s one built on the same foundations as the operator’s other casinos. So, how does it compare, and is it worth joining up?
You’ve probably seen my rating by now, but as with all In Touch properties, that doesn’t tell the whole story.
PocketWin has a couple of bonuses for new players.
You’ll get the first when you sign up for a new account. There’s no deposit needed bonus you can collect of up to 250 Free Spins. There is a maximum win of £10 bonus credit which can be used for 250 Free (4p) spins. There is a wagering requirement of 40x. The spins need to be claimed within 14 days, and expire within 7 days.
It’s a great way to sample what the site has to offer. In most online casinos, you already have a good idea of what to expect. You’ve probably played the games a hundred times before. At In Touch Games, all of the slots will be new to you (see below for more info), so these bonuses are ideal.
If you like what you see, move on to the matched deposit bonus. It’s a 200% matched offer with a minimum of £10 and a maximum of £100. This means that if you deposit £10 you’ll get £30 to play with. If you deposit £50, you’ll collect the maximum payout of £100 for a total of £150.
The bonus should land in your account within a few minutes. From there, you have a 40x wagering requirement to clear and 7 days to clear it.
At the time of writing, PocketWin has a Summer Giveaway that offers £3,000 in weekly prizes. These bonus credit batches are available to all players, with a maximum single payout of £250.
The promotion probably won’t be active at the time you read this review, but it gives you an idea of what PocketWin has to offer. There always seems to be some kind of giveaway or event on offer, and it keeps things very interesting.
PocketWin has a refer-a-friend bonus where you can collect up to £7, and a Game of the Month bonus, which offers bonus credits and Free Spins on specific slots. Unlike the Summer Giveaway, these are evergreen promotions and will likely be available when you read this review.
Slots and Casino Games
PocketWin has a few dozen games, and that’s it. It’s one of the smallest online casinos out there, but this is a trend across all In Touch sites as the games are developed in-house.
The good thing is that these games are unique. You won’t see the same-old same-old. There’s no Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, Mega Moolah, or Book of Dead here. The downside is that In Touch can’t compete with the big developers when it comes to quantity and so the selection is sparse.
The games also aren’t as innovative as some of the ones created by big-name developers.
Still, it’s nice to see a games room that doesn’t look like every other. Furthermore, all of the slots at PocketWin have progressive jackpots attached. At the time of writing, this jackpot is over £180,000—a massive amount that can be won on any spin of the reels.
There is also a Blackjack and Roulette game, as well as PocketWin Bingo.
If you’re the sort of player who always sticks with the classics or someone who moves from one game to the next after just a few spins, PocketWin probably won’t work for you. But if you’ve been around for a while and are always looking for new games, it could be ideal.
As a reviewer and a keen player, I’m sick of seeing the same games every time. Not only have I played them all, but I’ve reviewed most of them.
Most of the time, I ignore the “Classics” and “Best Games” sections and stick with the latest additions, as they are the only ones I’m not bored of. With PocketWin, all of the games are new to me and this makes for a much more interesting experience.
Depositing and Withdrawing
PocketWin accepts payments using Apple Pay, Visa, Mastercard, PaysafeCard, and Pay By Phone, the latter of which simply adds the deposit to your phone bill (for a ridiculous fee and with many restrictions). Payments don’t take long to process and with the exception of Pay By Mobile, you won’t be charged a transaction fee.
PocketWin Review Summary
PocketWin is another great but flawed addition to the In Touch portfolio. It’s far from the best-looking site that they have created, but it has a good selection of slots (all unique) and works really well on mobile devices. It also has a good Welcome Bonus, some impressive loyalty offers, and a wide variety of banking methods.
Ultimately, however, the uninspiring design, relatively small Welcome Bonus, and limited games room means it only gets a 3/5 from me. I have marked In Touch casinos higher in the past, praising them for their originality, but I’m struggling to do that with this one as it lacks the flair of the operator’s other creations.
- PayPal Accepted
- Unique Games
- Innovative Casino
- Loyalty Bonuses
- Small Games Room
- Limited Selection
- No Live Casino
At a Glance
- Owner: In Touch Games
- Games: Slots
- License: UK Gambling Commission
- Platforms: Mobile and Desktop
- Licence Holder:
In Touch Games Limited
- Licence Number:
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Pocket Win FAQ
Who Owns PocketWin?
PocketWin is owned by In Touch Games, a brand that always tries to do things differently.
Where are all the Games?
If you’re used to playing at casinos owned by brands like Jumpman Gaming and 888, you might be wondering what happened to all the games. That’s because In Touch creates all of its slots in-house. It means the games are unique but relatively sparse.
How Do I Get the No-Deposit Bonus?
Just sign up and go through the steps. You need to be verified, but the site should verify your details automatically.
Is PocketWin Regulated?
Yes, PocketWin has a license from the UK Gambling Commission.
Can I Play PocketWin on Mobile?
You can access PocketWin through iOS and Android mobile devices.