Isis Friends Review

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Isis Friends is a social network filled with real money games, which include online bingo, online slots, casino games and other fun and exciting instant ways to win real cash prizes.

The revolutionary bingo and gaming platform that powers Isis Friends is owned and operated by Cladstone Ltd, which is an Isle of Man-based company that also owns and operates Rogers Bingo.  In fact, some of the bingo rooms at Isis Friends are networked with rooms at Rogers Bingo and you will find many of the side games and casino games familiar if you’ve played at Rogers Bingo.  However, we certainly don’t want to make you think that Isis Friends is just another network bingo site – it’s far from it.

Start Making Friends

Opening a new Isis Friends account is very simple.  First you’ll need to head over to, where you’ll be asked for an email address, as well as being asked to choose a username and password, plus you can enter a promo code if you have one and, of course, you must check the T&Cs agreement.

You are offered a £15 no-deposit bonus when you first join Isis Friends, which is a great way for you to try out this amazing new way to play your favourite games online.  If you complete a six-step process to complete your profile, you will also receive a further £10 bonus absolutely free.  That’s £25 up for grabs before you’ve made a single deposit.

Find Your Friends (and Your Way Around)

Once you’re up and running you are guided to the Community area of the website.  This is where everything happens – the hub of the site, if you like.

Across the top of the screen is a permanent info bar, which you can see from every page of the site while you’re logged in, even when playing the games.  This bar displays your balance, reward points and which has links to the settings and options.  On the left-hand side of the screen, there’s the main menu list, which offers you direct links to; the Community page, the cashier, your profile, any groups you’ve joined, the games lobby, your photos, a help section and the promotions page.  While the right-hand side of the screen holds an instant messenger-style chat window.

Facebook Bingo

If Facebook was an online bingo site, it would look like Isis Friends.  Sure, Isis Friends has a red and white colour scheme, as opposed to the blue and white adopted by Facebook.  But the social interaction side of this great new bingo platform is out of this world.  Many bingo sites have attempted to create social media-style sections to their websites but none have succeeded…until now.  From the Community page at Isis Friends, you are able to post status updates that will appear in your friends’ feeds – just as you would on Facebook.  You can add photos and avatars to your profile, as will as adding a bio to tell other players a bit about you.  You can then request to be other players friends, upload photos and videos, join or create your own groups and do loads more too.  In Isis Friends, online bingo has been stitched seamlessly together with a dedicated social media platform.  This works…this really works.

Friendly Games

Isis Friends offers a number of bingo rooms but just two bingo variants – US-style 75-ball pattern bingo and classic 90-ball European bingo.  However, the choice of side games more than makes up for this.

When it comes to online slots, Isis Friends is overflowing with them.  The social bingo site offers virtually every slots title from the Microgaming back catalogue.  Smash hit titles such as Immortal Romance, The Twisted Circus, Hellboy, Hitman and Avalon II are available to play at Isis Friends.

If traditional casino table games are more your thing, there are plenty of these on offer to – and we mean plenty!  There are over 30 of the most popular casino games available to play at Isis Friends.  Try your hand at blackjack, roulette, craps and more.  Then, when you land a big prize, you can tell your friends about it by posting the news about the win on to your wall.

Now social bingo site would be complete without some social games, which is why Isis Friends offers three multi-player games – Wheel of Fortune, Roulette and Avalon.  In these games, you’re not competing against the house, you’re competing against your friends for real cash prizes.

Is Isis Friends the Future of Online Bingo?

Isis Friends is great!  The software has been crafted to integrate the various games flawlessly, while creating a fully functional social media site at the same time.  We have had an enormous amount of fun playing at Isis Friends and we know you will too.  We’re not sure that Isis Friends is ‘the future’ of online bingo right now but it’s certainly a big step in the right direction.  We will certainly be returning to Isis Friends again and, with £25 worth of free cash up for grabs, we strongly suggest that you do the same too!

Pros and Cons


– Unique new social gaming platform

– £25 free bingo bonuses, no deposit required

– Massive choice of side games

– Great community feel


– Small selection of bingo games

– Limited promotions and offers

Key Points

– £15 no-deposit bonus at registration

– Further £10 no-deposit bonus for completing your profile

– Huge choice of games

– Unique social gaming platform

Owners and Licensing

Isis Friends is owned and operated by Cladstone Ltd.  All of the bingo games and side games are licensed and regulated by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission.


If you need to get in touch with the support staff at Isis Friends, you can do so using either of the following methods.

Email: Via support ticket system

Live Help: Via instant message or dedicated live chat facility

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  1. by Andrew Taylor June 10, 2014

    This place is worryingly slow at getting anything done. I signed up last week and had a reasonable sized win in the casino, the live help staff were useful at first but as soon as i tried to make a withdrawal the support at this place has become awful.

    I’ve been trying to verify my account for a week now and keep getting the run around when contacting support, live help tells me to email support but email support tells me to talk to live help! Its go to the point now where live help just go silent when I ask them a question and I’m now waiting over 2 days for a response to a pretty basic question via email.

    My verification documents were sent 6 days ago but my account is still totally locked out (with over £1000 in balance and unprocessed withdrawals might I add!).

    I get the feeling I’m going to have to start chasing this up with their regulator soon because their support seem to think that they can just use a talk to the hand approach with their customers when they feel like it.

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