Our general first impressions for this Bucky Bingo Review
If you’re wondering where the name ‘bucky’ bingo came from, it’s to do with an abbreviation of ‘Buckingham’ bingo. Buckingham bingo is a land based bingo provider that has a number bingo halls dotted around the country, and this is their foray into the world of online bingo. They decided to launch using Virtue Fusion, a name that is popular with many bingo players. The home page has been designed to look bright and colourful, and also a bit sparse. We feel this is quite a good thing as it makes the pages nice and clear, as the latest promotions and offers scroll through the middle of the screen. The menu bar at the top of the screen is nice and clear and makes jumping between the pages really easy. However, you’ll only end up disappointed when you reach the promotions because at the time of our inspection for this bucky bingo review there were only 4 different promotions running, which is disappointing to say the least.
How to register a new account and make a deposit
As part of this bucky bingo review we registered a new player account to inspect this process. It is a simple and straightforward affair as you would expect, with just the one page of personal details such as name, address, date of birth and so on needing to be filled in. Once you’ve submitted these details the next screen to load up is one where you can make your first deposit. If you want to make a deposit at this point then click on any of the different payment methods on the left hand side of the screen, where you’ll then see some boxes appear where you can then enter your account details. If you wish to skip making a deposit at this point you can do so, as in small text just below where you enter the account details is a link to go straight to the bingo lobby.
Assessment of the bingo lobby and different bingo rooms
Once you’re inside the bingo lobby area then the look and layout will be familiar with those players who like Virtue Fusion bingo sites. However, rather disappointingly there is no Deal or No Deal game available here to play. In fact the choice of games is pretty limited, with just two 90 ball bingo rooms open during the course of our time spent writing this bucky bingo review. There is a 75 ball room available but this was not due to be open for another 2 hours. The card prices for these rooms were 5p or 10p. So despite the good layout and ease of use the choice of rooms is nothing short of shocking. The bingo rooms themselves are really good as you would expect from a site that uses virtue fusion, but there were no roomies actively chatting during our time spent playing bingo.
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our final evaluation and analysis of this bucky bingo review. There is no doubt that this is a bingo site with a lot of potential. The design and layout of the home pages is good. The lobby area and bingo rooms are also user friendly and good to use. But this bingo site is sadly let down by the poor choice of bingo games available to play and the lack of other roomies to chat with.
What Games Are Available?
Games available to play at bucky bingo include clover countdown, multi balls, 90 ball and 75 ball bingo. There is an excellent selection of all different types of slot games as well as scratch cards and casino favourites.
Is it safe to play and fully Licensed & Regulated?
Bucky Bingo is safe to play and join as it is licensed and regulated in Alderney. This means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission and is therefore classed as being ‘whitelisted’.