Our General First Impressions
This site was formally part of the winners bingo network, but has now been swallowed up by the ever increasing live bingo network. First impressions are that it looks just a bit basic and if we’re truthful a bit boring. The background of shades of purples is OK without really grabbing your attention. The layout is not too bad and the latest new player offer is clearly visible from the home page. The layout is standard of many bingo sites on this network which does mean navigation is easy. We certainly had no trouble in finding all the information we needed to help us write this bingo anywhere review.
How to register a new account and make a deposit
As part of this review we created a new player account so we could fully test out the registration process to see how easy it is. When joining you will need to enter the usual personal details such as your name and address, you will also need to enter debit or credit card details. Make sure you enter the correct email address as once you have filled in all the personal details you then need to validate your account. We felt this to be a totally pointless exercise as you do not receive any free bonus money like you do with some other sites that are part of this network.
Once you’ve validated your account you will have to make a deposit if you wish to play any games. At the top of the screen you will see ‘deposit’ under your cash balance. If you click this you will then be taken to a screen where you can make your first deposit. Decide how much you wish to deposit and select what type of deposit bonus you would like. You can always select no bonus if you wish to avoid any wagering requirements.
Assessment of the games lobby and different bingo rooms
Whether you chose to make a deposit straight away or not, once you’ve validated your account you will find yourself in the games lobby area. You will see that all the different rooms are shown in one long list on the page. This does make navigation nice and easy, but it also means it looks and feels just a bit too basic. The layout is same as many other cozy games sites so it will be familiar with a lot of players already. There are easy to use menu tabs so you can switch between bingo, slots, casino, scratch and freebets.
We also played bingo in a number of different rooms to get a good feeling for what it is like if you were to become a full time member. Every day you log in you are rewarded with 50 free tickets which can be pretty useful. However, the games rooms are very typical of cozy software and you will either love it or hate it. It doesn’t look the best on the eye but it is certainly easy to use and you can play side games at the same time. The negative is around the CMs to seem to do their best with dodging questions by asking you to send in an email!
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our overall evaluation and analysis for this bingo anywhere review. There is not really a great deal to get excited about here. The design is pretty uninspiring, you have a time consuming registration process and the games on offer can be found at many other bingo sites.
What Games Are Available?
There is a choice of 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball bingo games. There is also a selection of different side games which includes slots, progressive jackpots, scratch cards, instant wins and casino games.
What Are the Wagering Requirements?
The wagering requirement is 4X your deposit + the bonus amount received for bingo games. So if you deposited £10 and received £35 bonus the total wagering requirement is £180. If you make a withdrawal before meeting these requirements you will lose all your bonus funds. You should note for all other games the wagering requirement increases to 10X.
What is the Withdrawal Process?
Withdrawals can only be made by real money players who have deposited a minimum of £10. You can only make one withdrawal every five days and for your first withdrawal you will need to send proof of ID. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30.
Is it safe to play and fully Licensed & Regulated?
This is classed as safe to play and join as it is ‘whitelisted’. This is because it is licensed and regulated in Isle of Man which means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission.
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