Our General First Impressions
Sometimes you go to some websites and you think that little or no effort has been put into it, and that is exactly the impression you are left with when you first visit eat sleep bingo. The standard layout that has been used at many other bingo sites with the same new player offer scrolling across the middle of the screen and some info about promos has been used here. But the design is really not very good at all. A horrid green colour with the odd bingo ball and a snowflake has been thrown on the page. The odd thing about the snowflake was that we wrote this eat sleep bingo review in the middle of summer!
How to register a new account and make a deposit
Despite being put off slightly by the design we still went ahead and created a new player account so we could continue with our review. The registration process is easy and is done by clicking on the new player offer in the middle of the screen or clicking the ‘join’ button in the top right of the screen. You are then required to fill in the usual personal details such as your name and address. Once this has been done you will need to validate your account by clicking a link contained in an email that is sent to you the moment you join up. If you do not click this validation link you will be unable to access the games lobby.
Making a deposit is actually very straightforward and can be done from the games lobby or within the bingo rooms themselves. When making a deposit you can type in how much you wish to deposit or click on a pre-set amount. You then also get to choose your deposit bonus. It is worth pointing out that if you’d prefer to try the site out before gambling with your own money you do get 50 free bingo tickets every day that you log in once you’ve got an account.
Assessment of the games lobby and different bingo rooms
Once in the lobby the same green and snowflake theme continues and you can’t help but feel totally underwhelmed. The layout is also very typical of many other cozy games bingo sites with all the games rooms displayed on the page in one long list. While it may not be very attractive it is actually very easy to use and does save having to keep going backwards and forwards to find games that you may well want to play. The bingo is also cheap and ideal for those players who may well be on a tight budget.
Once many players get in the rooms then they will recognise it instantly. This site uses cozy software so the look, layout and design are identical to any other bingo site that has used this software. That said, it is one that works and we played numerous games for this review and enjoyed our time. The downside is the CMs who are fine until you start asking questions in which case they start avoid answering them and pointing you in the direction of the help desk team.
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our overall evaluation and analysis for this eat sleep bingo review. This is a site that feels like it was quickly thrown together on the cheap without much thought for the player. The poor design and exact copy of many other sites means it is not all the enticing to hang around for long.
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 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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