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Bingo.com Online Casino Review
With a premium domain like Bingo.com, it is no wonder that this online casino is riding high. That domain alone gives them a worth of many millions, and once you add their reputation, their software and their visitors to the equation, Bingo.com become of the biggest and richest bingo sites in the world.
But does that reputation sync-up with what they actually have to offer and is this premium domain justified in the hands of a top gambling company, or wasted in the hands of one that doesn’t quite get it right?
Bingo.com have been going strong since 1999 and use some big software developers to showcase a host of great games, including Microgaming, Play’n Go, IGT and WMS, among others.
This gives them a very impressive selection of games, and when you add the fact that they are regulated in the UK it makes them one of the biggest and most highly rated online casinos in England.
There are high limits on the deposit and withdrawal side, which makes them appealing to high-rollers and ensures that big wins can actually be collected (some casinos limit you to a few thousand a month, which means if you win a jackpot you could be collecting it for years). They are also regulated, fully licensed and audited.
They tick a lot of boxes, get a lot of things right, and justify their premium domain and their status in this industry. However, they are not perfect.
One of the biggest gripes we have with Bingo.com is the fact that they have very few withdrawal options. In fact, even their deposit options aren’t great. This is something you would expect from a smaller non-UK casino, but not from a huge UK brand.
You can not use credit cards or PayPal to withdraw. In fact, you can’t even use PayPal to deposit, and there is also very little in the way of new web wallet services, prepaid cards and other niche methods. You can use Skrill and Neteller though, and the withdrawals are also processed relatively quickly, so it is not all bad.
There are a lot of games to get though, but as is the case with other top casinos Bingo.com have not made it easy for players to choose between these. When there are so many games from so many developers, you need to give players the option to use advanced searches so they can pick games based on jackpots, reel numbers, payline numbers and features like Rolling Reels. The omission of this feature is slight, but it causes a big issue.
Casino Rating: 70/100
Bingo.com is a respectable casino that we are happy to give a respectable score to. But it’s a long way from being ranked as highly as longstanding online casinos like Guts.
It lacks those extra touches, such as withdrawal options, big loyalty schemes and plenty of welcome bonuses, and without those it doesn’t score higher than a 75 based on our casino rating system.
The Real OG15 June 2018
I’m not sure what to mention in this ‘Bingo’ website because there’s nothing really to enjoy besides the games that they offer. If you are a frequent visitor of online Bingo platforms, you’ll agree with me that the lack of the community section makes this site rather dull and boring. What seems to compensate for this is perhaps the live dealer section, which I also didn’t find quite entertaining. However, their customer support team will add them a few marks because they are really helpful and quick to respond. I also liked their English, it made communication easy!