Love Island Games is officially underway.
The highly anticipated Love Island spin-off sees the return of some of the series’ best-loved contestants from across the show’s international editions.
The host of the UK edition, Maya Jama, is serving as the host of the new series along with comedian Iain Sterling narrating.
Taking place in Fiji, the Peacock original has welcomed back Islanders from the UK, US, Australia, Sweden, Germany and France for a second chance at love.
How to watch Love Island Games
Love Island Games kicked off on the US streaming platform Peacock on 1 November.
Episodes are airing daily, except for Saturdays, with the finale scheduled for Monday, 20 November.
In the UK, you can watch Love Island Games on Peacock via Sky or Now TV.
If you don't have access to these platforms, ITV2 will be airing Love Island Games at a later unconfirmed date.
Who is competing on the show?
Megan Barton Hanson (Season 4, UK)
Georgia Steel (Season 4, UK)
Liberty Poole (Season 7, UK)
Zeta Morrison (Season 4 winner, USA)
Tina Provis (Season 3 winner, Season 4, Australia)
Lisa Celander (Season 3, Sweden)
Kyra Green (Season 1, USA)
Justine Ndiba (Season 2 winner, USA)
Jessica Losurdo (Season 4, Australia)
Imani Wheeler (Season 5, USA)
Deb Chubb (Season 4, USA)
Courtney Boerner (Season 4, USA)
Cely Vazquez (Season 2, USA)
Aurelia Lamprecht (Season 4, Germany)
Eyal Booker (Season 4, UK)
Jack Fowler (Season 4, UK)
Curtis Pritchard (Season 5, UK)
Mike Boateng (Season 6, UK)
Toby Aromolaran (Season 7, UK)
Scott Van-der-sluis (Season 10, UK)
Steph Blackos (Season 2, France)
Ray Gantt (Season 1, USA)
Tina’s former boyfriend Mitch Hibberd (Winner Season 3 and Season 4, Australia)
Johnny Middlebrooks (Season 2, USA)
Carrington Rodriguez (Season 2, USA)
Callum Hole (Season 4, Australia)
Romance will meet reality in this new series, as Islanders “are faced with both team and couples’ challenges, all while navigating dating, eliminations, recoupling, dramatic arrivals, and new competition twists and turns that help control the game like never before”.
Love Island Games airs six days a week on Peacock, Sky and Now TV.