Read Our Review on Play2Win Bingo
Our General First Impressions
This is a bingo site that almost looks all glitzy and glamorous but doesn’t quite pull it off. That is to say the design is ok with different shades of pink and a glitter effect as the background. However, the layout is very standard and you will instantly know this is a cozy games site simply by the way it looks. The latest new player offer flashes along in the middle of the screen and below you this you will find a schedule of all the games that are currently available to play. Navigation is very easy and helped us with this play2win bingo review. The promotions are extensive but are not in any way unique and will be found at a vast array of other online bingo sites.
How to register a new account and make a deposit
As we wanted to test all aspects of this bingo site we created a new player account and went through the registration process. This is actually done over two stages. To begin with you need to enter the usual personal details such as your name and address. As play2win bingo is part of the live bingo network only one email address is allowed across the whole network. Therefore the email can’t have been used before, alternatively you can log in with your existing details. Make sure you do enter the correct email address as the next step will involve you having to validate your account. You will be sent an email which contains a link, click this link and you will then be taken to the games lobby. Overall the process is quite straightforward, yet also a little more time consuming than some other bingo sites.
If you want to take advantage of the bonus code we’ve provided you’ll need to follow these steps. At the top of the screen where you see your real cash balance, there is a ‘deposit’ link. Click this link to be taken to a new page where you choose how much you want to deposit, what deposit bonus you want to accept. The process is actually pretty easy and there is a reasonable selection of different payment methods available.
Assessment of the games lobby and different bingo rooms
Once you’ve completed all the steps necessary and validated your account you’ll find yourself in the games lobby. The layout will be familiar with those players that have played at cozy games sites before. There are a number of menu tabs where you can access other games like slots, casino, scratch and freebets. The bingo rooms are all displayed as one long list on the page. This way all you need to do is scroll up and down to find a room that suits your budget. There is a pretty good selection of different types of games to play.
As part of this review we also played a number of games in various rooms to get a good feeling for this site. If you’ve used a cozy games site before then the rooms look identical to many other bingo sites out there. The layout is user friendly and you can easily switch between rooms and play other side games. The only thing is the lack of helped offered by the CMs. When asking questions we often got told to send an email or use the live chat help facility. This is a little disappointing.
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our overall evaluation and analysis for this play2win bingo review. Overall this is not a bad site. It is typical of many other sites and really is no different to what is already available on the internet. If you were looking for something different or unique then you will be left disappointed.
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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