Providing a new twist on a familiar format, this all-new offshoot of ITV2’s hugely popular reality dating show promises to deliver even more love-fuelled action while setting social media alight with challenges that are sure to push contestants to their limits.
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What else can we expect? Here’s everything you need to know about Love Island Games before its arrival later this year.
When is Love Island Games released?
Love Island Games will debut on Wednesday, 1 November on Peacock, with new episodes airing nightly, six days a week. UK viewers can access the show via subscriptions to both Sky or NOW TV.
What is Love Island Games?
An international edition of the popular British series, Love Island Games will reunite viewers with fan-favourite contestants from previous editions and all over the globe, including the UK, US and Australia.
Players will be sent to Fiji where they’ll have to compete in a series of physical challenges and romance-themed scenarios all in the hopes of being crowned the show’s champion.
Spanning both couple and team tasks, players will have to survive eliminations, pairings, last-minute competition twists and unexpected recouplings in order to be named master of the games.
Who will be appearing on Love Island Games?
Former players from all corners of the Love Island franchise will come together for Love Island Games, with its full list of Islanders recently revealed. Joining the show will be:
Megan Barton Hanson from UK season four
Johnny Middlebrooks from USA season two
Aurelia Lamprecht from Germany season four
Carrington Rodriguez from USA season two
Curtis Pritchard from the UK's fifth season
Cely Vazquez from USA season two
Callum Hole from Australia season four
Courtney Boerner from USA season four
Kyra Green from USA season one
Lisa Celander from Sweden season three
Ray Gantt from USA season one
Jessica Losurdo from Australia season four
Mitch Hibberd, winner of Australia seasons three and four
Tina Provis winner of Australia seasons three and four
Georgia Steel from UK season four.
Liberty Poole from UK season seven.
Deb Chubb from USA season four
Mike Boateng from UK season six
Eyal Booker from UK season four
Steph Blackos from France season two
Imani Wheeler from USA season five
Toby Aromolaran from UK season seven
Justine Ndiba, winner of USA season two
Scott Van-der Sluis from UK season 10 and USA season five
Jack Fowler from UK season four
Zeta Morrison, winner of USA season four.
Who is hosting Love Island Games?
“It’s going to be amazing,” said Jama in a video posted to her Instagram account announcing the show.
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“Your favourites from Love Island UK, USA and Australia plus some more are going to be over there. So who do you want to come back and snatch the crown?”
In the video’s description, streamer Peacock added: When Love Island worlds collide, we couldn’t just bring alum back to compete! @mayajama returns as host for the first-ever Love Island Games!”
The pair will be joined by former Love Island player Maura Higgins, who will act as the show's Social Ambassador providing up-to-the-minute behind-the-scenes information.
Love Island Games airs on Peacock from Wednesday, 1 November. UK viewers can watch the show via Sky and NOW.