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In Touch Games Casinos

In Touch Games Casinos brands include Bonus Boss, Cashmo, Casino 2020 and Dr Slot. In Touch Games Casinos is also known as In Touch Games Limited, licence number 2091 which operates 10 active sites, 1 white labels and 0 inactive brands. This is 11 online casinos in total.

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In Touch Games Limited Information

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Who are In Touch Games?

It’s increasingly common for iGaming and casino network companies that appear to be UK-based to actually not be. For tax reasons, practicality reasons and a hundred other reasons to go with them, plenty of iGaming companies have long since abandoned the UK – from an operational point of view – to set up head offices in Gibraltar, Malta, or somewhere else in Europe. In Touch Games Limited has never gone down that route. This is a company which is proud to be British and has its head office in Birmingham. It hasn’t always been in Birmingham, but we’ll come back to that in a moment.

If you know In Touch Games Limited, you’ll know that this is a mobile-lead iGaming company that operates some of the most unique and original casino sites that players in the UK have access to. None of the casinos it operates are especially big when it comes to the number of games they have available, but the exclusive nature of all the games on them means that they’re memorable. We’ve provided overviews of the top five In Touch Games Limited casinos further down this page, but for now, let’s look back over the operator’s history.

The History of In Touch Games Limited

In Touch Games Limited was founded in Halesowen in 2001 by Simon Wilson and Emil Nestor. The founders of the firm remain in charge as directors to this day. The original version of the company had no interest in making casino games or casino websites, though; instead, it made “leisure machines.” That’s a woolly way of saying that In Touch made pub quiz machines and slots cabinets, all of which could be played with a touchscreen – hence the name. In keeping with the idea of making machines that could stand in pubs and bars, the company came up with the “Sound Storm” digital MP3 jukebox in 2006. The jukebox unit would go on to become the default choice of big-name pub chains like Marstons for several years.

Everything changed for In Touch Games in 2007 when the company came up with its first-ever online casino. That casino site was mFortune, which remains the flagship brand of the casino network today. The first version of the mFortune website was shown off for the first time to attendees of the ICE exhibition in Earl’s Court, London, with just four games to its name; a single slots game, a poker game, a blackjack game and a roulette game. From these humble beginnings, a whole online casino empire would soon spring. Those in charge of In Touch Games must have known they were onto a winner with mFortune immediately, as the company also opened new offices in Romania during the same year. From the moment mFortune went live, the operator never looked back.

Bring on the Brands

No matter how good the four brands mFortune was launched with were, the lack of options hurt the casino’s appeal. As such, In Touch Games spent the next couple of years adding new gaming options to the site, including the original Pirate’s Treasure slot, bingo games, and a steady stream of original slots games developed in-house by the company. By 2010, In Touch Games felt like it had a decent grip on how the world of online casinos worked, so it decided it was time to give mFortune a sister site. The second casino to launch under the In Touch Games umbrella was PocketWin.

By now, the company was beginning to attract attention within the industry. In Touch Games picked up a “Product of the Year” award from the EGR Operator Awards in 2012 and picked up “Best Bingo Operator” and “Best Poker Operator” that same year at the mGaming (Mobile Gaming) awards. Inspired by its own success, In Touch Game made multiple hires, bringing in graphic designers, a marketing team, and other new departments designed to take the company to the next level. By the end of 2015, there were eighty people directly employed by In Touch, and the company had to move to larger, newer offices in Halesowen in 2016 to accommodate its ever-growing family.

Hard Times for In Touch Gaming

As 2016 gave way to 2017, things were still going well for In Touch Games. Mr Spin, the operator’s third brand, went live at the end of 2016. The fourth brand, Dr Slot, was added in 2018. By this point, the company’s workforce had swollen to 300 people. 2019 saw the launch of Cashmo Casino and the appropriately-named Casino 2020, which turned out to be a surprise hit and one of the most popular casino sites of the following year across the UK. Put simply, save for the obvious horrors of 2020, things couldn’t have been going any better for the business. When it launched Bonus Boss as brand number seven that year, it must have thought the good times would last forever.

Sadly, this wasn’t to be. Jammy Monkey, launched in 2021, is the last new casino site the company has launched to date – and those shiny new offices in Halesowen are now closed. Recent years have seen the operator get in trouble with the UK Gambling Commission more than once (further information about that is available below), and then 2022 saw the entire company sold to Skywind Holdings – another iGaming company based in the Isle of Man. Whether the sale would have been necessary had the problems with the UKGC not arisen is something we’ll never know, but when Skywind took ownership of the company in June of that year, it decided to make changes.

The biggest change that Skywind made to its newly-acquired asset was to shift it from Halesowen to a new address in Birmingham. The move came with redundancies, and the timing couldn’t have been worse. Fifty employees at the In Touch Gaming office in Halesowen were laid off just before Christmas, and the lack of warning plus the poor timing meant that In Touch Games Limited found its name in national newspapers for all the wrong reasons. From the heady heights of sponsoring the shirts of West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League a few years earlier, In Touch Games suddenly found itself public enemy number one on its home turf. The company’s reputation is yet to recover.

In Touch Gaming Limited and the UKGC

The good news regarding In Touch Gaming and its licensing status is that it has a full UK Gambling Commission licence under account number 2091. That means that when players play at In Touch Games casinos, they do so with all the protections that such a licence entails. The bad news is that the licence isn’t exactly what you’d call clean, and some of the issues identified in the past by the UKGC have been serious.

In March 2021, In Touch Games Limited was fined £3.4m, issued with a formal warning and had additional conditions attached to its operating licence after the UKGC undertook a regulatory review of its operations and found multiple licence breaches. The failures related to fair and transparent practices, anti-money laundering, customer interaction, marketing, and combating problem gambling. At the time, the Commission noted that In Touch Games cooperated fully with the Commission throughout the whole process. That ought to have been a wake-up call for the company, but if it was, the company soon forgot the lessons it had learned.

In January 2023, In Touch Games was handed a further financial penalty of £6.13m after multiple further failures were identified in relation to interacting with customers and preventing money laundering. Again, the Commission said that In Touch Games had taken “immediate remedial action” upon being notified of the failings. It’s to be hoped that the lesson truly has sunk in this time, as nearly £10m in fines in three years is both a bad look for the company and a heavy burden for a business of this size to deal with.

Top In Touch Games Limited Casinos

Casino 2020

Casino 2020 logo What started as either an experiment or a practical joke turned into a winning strategy for In Touch Games Limited when the company came up with Casino 2020. The casino launched at the end of 2019 – a time of year when dedicated casino players have started to think about what the best new casinos of the next year might be. Every time someone went looking on Google for anything relating to “casino 2020” or “casinos 2020,” this is the casino that topped the search rankings. It was an act of simple genius and earned Casino 2020 thousands of players who might never have come anywhere near In Touch Games otherwise. The year 2020 has long since passed, but the buzz that this casino generated during those twelve months keeps it going.

Mr Spin

Mr Spin logo There’s a certain irony about Mr Spin, and the irony is that while the casino’s name makes it sound like it ought to be more dedicated to slots than any other casino on this entire platform, it’s actually one of only a couple of In Touch Games Limited casinos to offer roulette and bingo along with its standard complement of slots. Mr Spin, as we covered above, launched in 2016 and styles itself as “the ideal place to relax” on this casino network. The wording of the site constantly makes it sound like there ought to be a mascot character here somewhere by the name of Mr Spin, but no such character exists. The casino does have fifty different slots to play, though, which is a lot by the standards of this network.

Bonus Boss

Bonus Boss logo If you can’t get on board with an online casino unless it has an entertaining theme, Bonus Boss is going to be the pick of the bunch for you on the In Touch Games Limited platform. It’s the only one of the casinos on the network to have anything that resembles an overarching, character-driven theme, and the theme is “Mafia.” A character called “The Boss” is on hand to personally welcome you to the casino, and a mafia-themed slots game called “The Spinfather” is the most popular attraction at the casino. Most people don’t have positive impressions of the mafia, but The Boss appears to be a fairly benign and generous type if the promotions at Bonus Boss are anything to go by. This is the best casino on the platform in the eyes of quite a few players.

Dr Slot

Dr Slot logo When we talk about “big casino sites,” we mean casinos that have five hundred or more online slots or other games to offer. There’s an idea that online casinos need to have hundreds of games in order to attract players, or else they’ll struggle to keep the attention of the few players they’re able to attract. Nobody ever told that to In Touch Games Limited, which launched Dr Slot with a mere eight exclusive games in 2018. The stripped-back approach worked because Dr Slot picked up the prestigious “Best New Slots Site” award at the WhichBingo Awards in 2019. Since then, the casino has grown to the point where it has just under fifty slots to offer, all of which are exclusive to the site. Is it the prettiest online casino you’ll ever see? No, it’s not even close, but it dispenses with flashiness to deliver a solid iGaming experience.


mFortune logo If In Touch Games Limited had never come up with mFortune, none of the other casinos on this platform would exist. It was the first casino site the company ever launched, and back when it went live in 2007, it had just four games. It shouldn’t have worked, and yet it did. In Touch Games initially saw mFortune as a “market disruptor” when it came up with the concept, and while we wouldn’t necessarily agree with the “market leader” description that appears on its homepage, its days of being a disruptor are certainly done; it’s seen as a respected elder statesperson of the iGaming scene these days. This casino can be relied upon to provide the best of everything that its operator has to offer, whether that’s promotions, games or variety. It’s still a tiny casino if you stack it next to the likes of Party Casino or Mr Q, but while it might be small, its many fans would tell you that mFortune is perfectly formed.

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