Our General first impressions
Betfair is better known for its sports book gambling than its bingo. But this is partly because they have only recently moved into the bingo market. The moment you enter the betfair bingo site you’re greeted with a home page that looks more like a casino than your typical bingo site. But this is not a problem, as overall the design looks quite good. You have the latest promotions scrolling across the screen and just below these a selection of some of the featured bingo games. Towards the bottom of the page is where you can find the bingo rooms and their start times. The navigation bar is a little confusing due to its colour scheme and design, but once you’ve made it over to the promotions page you’ll find a good selection of different promotions running. However, don’t be fooled, as there are tabs for each day of the week, and at the time of writing this betfair bingo review they were the same everyday!
How to register a new account and make a deposit
If you were thinking of registering a new player profile, then we took our time to fully examine this process. When you click to join a new window will open and you’ll be presented with a page that requires you to fill in your personal details such as name and address. Filling in these details is a straight forward and is pretty slick and easy. Once you’ve submitted these details you’ll be directed to page where you can add funds for the first time. The different payment options are labelled across the screen and you can click on PayPal, card payment and so on. The overall selection of payment methods is quite good, just watch out for the fees and processing times. It is worth pointing out, that if you don’t wish to make a deposit then you don’t have to. The original landing page will still be open and you’ll find that you’ve been logged into. This will allow you to have a look the bingo site.
Views on the bingo lobby and different bingo rooms
Getting to the lobby is easy as you just need to hit the ‘play now’ button and a new window will open. Before you can get into the lobby area you’ll have to choose a new nickname. Betfair bingo has used Virtue fusion to power their bingo rooms so the look and layout will be familiar to a lot of seasoned bingo players. The different bingo rooms are easy to find using the little tabs. Personally, while inspecting what rooms were open we used the ‘all room’ tab. Rather disappointingly, while we were writing this betfair bingo review there were not too many rooms open, yet ticket prices varied from 1p to 30p. Once in the bingo rooms you’ll find a slick looking design and you would expect with virtue fusion. The chat box is on the left of the screen, while your cards are kept on the right. Naturally, you can also play slots and various other games while in the rooms.
Our final analysis and evaluation for this betfair bingo review. When you play at a bingo site that uses virtue fusion you know what to expect. The lobby area is user friendly and the bingo rooms are good. The choice of bingo rooms open was, however a little disappointing. The home pages do not look like a typical bingo site, but this wouldn’t be a bad thing if navigation was a bit easier as it just feels all a bit too cluttered.
What Games Are Available?
90 ball, 75 ball, deal or no deal bingo, Jackpots, Slots & Instant wins, casino games,
What is the Betfair Bingo Withdrawal Process?
The withdrawal process is pretty straightforward. This can be done by clicking the down arrow on the top right of the screen where you can see your account balance. You’ll then need to click on ‘transfer’ and select ‘transfer funds out’ and enter how much you wish to withdraw. Withdrawal times will vary depending on your chosen withdrawal method.
Is it fully Licensed & Regulated?
Betfair bingo is licensed in Alderney. This means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission and is therefore classed as safe to play.