• Licence

    Uk Gambling Comission

  • All Games


  • Software

    NextGen Gaming, PlaySon, Microgaming, NetEnt

Rank score 65/100
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Viking Bingo Online Casino Review

Viking Bingo Casino is a British casino launched at the beginning of 2019. It has a gaming license from the UK as well as Alderney, and it is backed by a major casino brand in Jumpman Gaming.

Plus and minus casino

  • UK Licensed Casino

    Live Chat

  • NetEnt and Other Top Brands

    Instant Play and Mobile

  • Poor Promotions

    No Live Chat

  • Many Restricted Countries

    No Live Casino

Casino details


  • Android
  • Apple
  • Windows

Payment methods

  • MasterCardMasterCard
  • PayPalPayPal
  • VisaVisa

It’s a mobile-centric online casino that is 100% instant play, but for all the positives there are also many negatives and many reasons why you may want to give Viking Bingo Casino a miss.


Viking Bingo Casino have games from Microgaming, NetEnt, Yggdrasil, SG Gaming and Red Tiger Gaming, as well as a number of lesser known brands like Gamevy, Just For The Win and Foxium.

They can be a little slow with withdrawals, taking as long as five days to process payments, which means cashouts could take up to 10 days to reach your account via credit card or debit card. But they accept PayPal and PaysafeCard, which are typically processed with greater haste and should clear in 3 to 5 days, with most of that time being the casino’s processing period.


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  • Hasan8 July 2019


    Hmm, runic font as the main? Okay. You know, with an online casino it works like this: there are a number of problems that you are ready to ignore because of a number of advantages. That\'s all. Advantages for me: a stable site, no cheating and a set of games that satisfies me. Can I ignore the lack of live games because of this? Yes, I can, they are not interesting to me. Restricted in many countries? Okay, I\'m in England. Bad promotion? Okay, I\'m not a hunter. Does this mean that I will put 10 this casino? Not. It’s not perfect.