Bingo Games launched in 2020 on the Jumpman Gaming platform and offers, as the name suggests an exciting range of bingo games powered by the renowned developer, Pragmatic Play.
In addition to the bingo, Bingo Games also host a fantastic range of over 1000 slot games from all the best known developers. If you’ve heard of a title before, chances are it’s available in the collection.
As a Jumpman Gaming brand, Bingo Games is fully licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and Alderney which means it is fully equipped to welcome UK players who are looking for their next bingo home.
BingoGames is operated by bingo powerhouse Jumpman Gaming, setting the stage for an amazing bingo experience. Given that in addition to operating its own sites, Jumpman develops and owns a bingo software platform that powers a network of over 100 bingo sites.
So when you buy your bingo cards at BingoGames, you are actually sharing bingo rooms with players from all the sites on the Jumpman network. This means that you can pick from a large selection of bingo rooms that are always buzzing with players and scheduled games. And as more players join the games, the prize pool gets pretty big as well.
And it gets even better. As Jumpman recently merged with leading casino game developer Pragmatic Play, their bingo became more robust with innovative features and a shiny, new selection of Pragmatic side-games that you can play while waiting for your bingo cards to fill.
Although design and usability are good, an initial visit to the site gave me the impression that BingoGames focuses more on casino than bingo. I would have liked to be greeted with more bingo-related content on the home page such as bingo game schedules, links to bingo rooms and hot keys to purchase cards for up-and-coming bingo games. It’s all there, but you have to look for it in the bingo section.
Being a bingo veteran and having been playing bingo both online and in land-based halls for years, I was thrilled when asked to write this BingoGames review. With so much firepower from the combined alliance of Pragmatic Play and Jumpman Gaming, are we up for a flaming hot bingo experience? Let’s find out.
At present, Bingo Games is offering a very exciting deal where players can benefit from 20 Free Spins on Fluffy Favourites with No Deposit Required. This type of deal is rare and in order to qualify for the free spins, players must only sign up for an account and register a valid debit card.
After spinning through the 20 free spins and after making a first time deposit of at least £10, players will get a spin of the Mega Wheel. The Mega Wheel offers Amazon vouchers and free spins on selected slot games. The maximum prize on the wheel is 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites.
As a further benefit to players, after the initial deposit, every subsequent deposit of at least £20 will entitle players to an additional spin of the Mega Wheel.
Like many of my fellow bingo players, I’m always on the lookout for a bargain bonus. Therefore I tend to get excited when it comes to free spins, or any free bonus that doesn’t require me to deposit anything. So you can imagine how happy I was with BingoGames’ no-deposit offer of 20 Free Spins on their Fluffy Favourites slot.
But things got messy when I got into BingoGames deposit bonus territory. The deposit bonus at BingoGames is confusing, limited to basic games and comes with heavy restrictions. Compared to welcome offers I received from other bingo operators, BingoGames’ first deposit bonus left a lot to be desired for a few reasons.
The bonus is advertised as ‘Win Up to 500 Free Spins on Fluffy Favourites’ (the same stuffed-animals slot, again). But after you make your first deposit of a £20 minimum, you get to spin a Mega Wheel with 9 choices of prizes as follows:
- Unlucky/Win Nothing
- Spin Again
- £10 Amazon Voucher
- 10, 20 and 50 spins on Irish Luck
- 20, 50 and 500 Free Spins on Fluffy Favourites
This practically means that you only get a 1 in 9 chance to win the 500 Free Spins as advertised (the same chance you have to land on the ‘Unlucky’ spoke and win nothing). Other options include less Free Spins on Fluffy Favourites or on Irish Luck – another Eyecon slot with the same stakes and mechanics as Fluffy Favourites. But this time around with Shamrocks, Rainbows and Leprechauns instead of cute stuffed animals.
The 65x wagering requirements are high. And even after you played through your bonus money 65 times, you are only permitted to withdraw up to £8 per 10 Free Spins. Also, your total redeemable bonus can only equal to lifetime deposits up to £250 and £500, for Free Spins and deposit bonuses respectively.
No deposit bonus code
You don't need a bonus code to claim Bingo Games's no deposit bonus.
Significant terms and conditions
Mega Wheel terms
- Free spins are only for specific games
- £8 Max win per 10 spins
- Max bonus conversion is the total lifetime deposits you have made or £250
- 65x wagering requirement
No deposit spins terms
- New players only
- No deposit required
- Valid Debit Card verification required
- £8 Max win per 10 spins
- Max bonus conversion £50
- 65x wagering requirement
Full terms and apply.
Extra and no deposit spins
Right now, players can benefit from 20 Free Spins on Fluffy Favourites with No Deposit Required.
To qualify for this bonus, players must register a valid debit card. It is also important to note that terms and condition and withdrawal requirements do apply to this offer.
You don't need a bonus code to claim Bingo Games's no deposit bonus.
The wagering requirements for the no deposit bonus are 65x.
Bingo Games is much more than just bingo. We have a large collection of different kinds of casino games for you to play. Check out our massive slot section, our classic table games and live casino.
We have games from the leading game developers, like NetEnt, Microgaming, Yggdrasil, Pragmatic Play, Red Tiger, Playtech and many more. We have over 1000 slots and the number keeps on growing.
To make finding your favourite games easier, we have added categories and a search feature. For example, you can browse our hot new games, check out our slots, find the best jackpots or look for some classic table games.
Starting with the bingo section, you will find 90, 80 and 75-ball bingo games with different themes and prize variations. There is Snowball Bingo Blast, Bingo Millions, Country Road Bingo, Boombox Bingo, The Jackpot Room and the list goes on and on.
I played mostly on the Bingo Millions, but didn’t win any huge prizes. Where I did manage to swipe a few winning bingos was on Country Road Bingo. I also loved the Boombox Bingo room, which has a pretty awesome 80s theme and sounds.
The casino side-games include Pragmatic Play hit slots like Great Rhino, Pixie Wing and one of my favorites which is Mustang Gold. So while playing bingo, I was mostly spinning the reels of Mustang Gold. It’s a slot that includes the popular Pragmatic Play Drop & Wins feature.
Even if you aren’t into bingo, you are spoiled for choice with over a thousand casino games. In addition to the great Pragmatic Play portfolio, I played on some of my all-time favourites from other providers such as Lara Croft, Thunderstruck II, Da Vinci Diamonds, Rainbow Riches, Gonzo’s Quest and hundreds more.
Probably it’s my sense of adventure that leads me to these. Although Lara Croft cost me heavy losses on the reels, Gonzo game to the rescue and landed me some nice wins on the Gonzo’s Quest Megaways slot.
BingoGames has a section of jackpot slots. However I couldn’t find any famous progressive games with big jackpots. Instead, there are plenty of Eyecon slots with small jackpots.
I played on Kingdom of Cash and Shaman Dream and managed to cover my wagers. Then I went on to Beat the Bobby and even won a nice Mini Jackpot of £52 – not a bad payout for a couple of spins!
Table game lovers won’t find a huge variety on BingoGames, but casual casino and bingo players can enjoy a good selection of live roulette and live blackjack courtesy of Pragmatic Play. There are also quite a few single-player blackjack and roulette titles, and even baccarat and Solitaire.
There are a few things BingoGames could improve on:
- Usability There are quite a few menus but the categories are confusing and you need to scroll sideways to find menu items.
- Bingo Features Don’t Work Pre-buy of bingo tickets didn’t work most of the time. I also occasionally got an ‘access denied’ message and a broken link when trying to enter bingo rooms.
- Game Interface. The only option to leave a game or bingo room is to click on ‘All Games’ that takes you back to the home page. As opposed to a simple ‘Back’ option to the previous section. When exiting a bingo room I like to go back to the bingo lobby as opposed to starting a new search.
- Recommendations The bottom of the game screen shows a ‘You Will Also Love’ section with recommended games. I usually like to test similar games but these recommendations seemed random.
Desktop game information
Total number of desktop games: 1100
Total number of desktop slots: 1000
Total number of desktop table games: 35
Total number of desktop jackpot games: 40
Desktop game providers
As you’d expect from a sleek, modern brand, Bingo Games works perfectly well on just about any device, including mobile phones and tablets. One or two of the games are desktop only but with over 1000 to choose from you’ll never be stuck for a reel to spin.
You don't even need to download an app of any kind to play. Just open your browser, go to our website and you can start playing. The games work perfectly on mobile devices and modern ones have specific mobile versions, which make them even better.
You can enjoy our great games no matter where you are.
As nearly all the slots nowadays are coded in HTML5 technology, BingoGames provides a seamless experience on its mobile client as well. I actually found the mobile version to work better in some cases. For example the game-search menus and other options are split to the top and bottom of the screen. This gives a better layout than the desktop client that looks cluttered.
Bingo games are also optimized for a mobile screen so the cards are clear and visible. Side games are cleverly hidden and you have to press a small key with the Pragmatic Play logo to make them appear at the bottom of the screen. Though the side games were tiny and a bit difficult to see on my smartphone screen. But all in all I thought the mobile version of BingoGames was very good and I really enjoyed it on both my smartphone and tablet.
Mobile game information
Total number of mobile games: 1100
Total number of mobile slots: 1000
Total number of mobile table games: 35
Total number of mobile jackpot games: 40
Mobile game providers
Bingo Games is a social casino, where you can play with real people. This isn't limited to just bingo, as we offer a nice selection of classic table games with live dealers. Join in and try blackjack or perhaps roulette with an actual croupier.
Our live games come from Pragmatic Play, a developer known for their wide variety of games. They offer great slots, cool table games and easy to play live casino games. Get the real casino experience right in your own home.
Live game information
Total number of live casino games: 10
Live game suppliers
We want to make sure that our customers play responsibly. Gambling is not a way to solve money problems, but rather a form of entertainment.
We offer a range of tools including self exclusion, reality checks and deposit limits to help you control problematic gambling.
Please play responsibly.
You can check out our FAQ, which covers the most common questions and gives you quick answers. If you didn't find the answer you were looking for, you can contact us via email. Our support team will be happy to answer any and all questions you may have.
The BingoGames FAQ section covers most support topics efficiently. If you still require help, the support staff can be contacted via email. The stated reply time for support emails is 2 business days which I found to be long, especially given there aren’t any other ways to contact BingoGames such as live chat or phone support.
Once I sent a support email, I received an auto reply stating the support team is experiencing high volumes and there will be a delay in reply. I was also required to reply with my DOB and postcode as a condition to receive further support. I found that a bit odd, given I had already registered my account and submitted my verification documents before.
The replies I received were helpful, professional and within the 2-day timeframe. But I wouldn’t call it 24/7 customer support.
Email support languages
Live support languages
Phone support languages
Due to regulations, we have to know our players. Most of the identifying process is done automatically, but occasionally we need to ask you for additional documents.
You can send the documents immediately after registration, but we will also ask for them when they are needed. We ask for the following documents:
- Photo ID –This can be any form of ID providing it has your name and date of birth on e.g. – Passport, driving Licence or an ID Card.
- A recent utility bill (within the last 3 months) – something with your name and the same address as register on your gaming account.
- Proof of payment method (copy of card, mobile bill etc). If sending a photo of your card, this must be a picture of the FRONT ONLY. YOU MUST ALSO BLOCK/COVER UP THE MIDDLE 8 DIGITS OF YOUR LONG CARD NUMBER.
Documents are sent via email to our support.
Registration was very straight forward. I just had to follow a few quick steps on the popup screen and my account was live and ready to use within minutes. The BingoGames registration process is very friendly, intuitive and efficient compared to other online operators that take you to a sign up page and require you to go through a lengthy process.
Account verification required a bit of guesswork. When you complete the registration, there is a popup message on the screen that lists the documents you need to email BingoGames in order to verify your account. But once closing the message I had to go and look up the instructions in the FAQ section.
It would have been helpful for BingoGames to send clear instructions for account verification in the sign-up email. However their welcome email and text message only included information about the bonus.
The only option for submitting your personal documents is by emailing them to BingoGames. I would rather have the option to upload my documents on an encrypted page in the account section, as offered by many other bingo sites. It is quicker and more secure.
Eventually I got my account verified, but given the 2-day email response time and no option to upload your documents on the site, it took a few days to verify. This, compared to competitors who verified my account within a few hours.
Bingo Games offer most of the most common deposit methods including Paypal. PayByMobile, Debit card (Visa, Maestro and MasterCard), PaySafeCard.
Deposits are credited instantly to your player account and withdrawals from a verified account should be completed within 72 hours.
The BingoGames cashier is very intuitive and easy to use. The only thing that bothered me was the fact that I had to choose set amounts to deposit. This, as BingoGames doesn’t let you enter manually a deposit amount. I deposited with my debit card a total of £40 over two instalments of £20 each and didn’t have any issues. The payment was processed and funds appeared in my balance within seconds. Deposit options are very standard and there’s not much choice beyond Debit Cards, a Prepaid Paysafecard, Pay by Mobile and PayPal. It would have been nice to have a few more pre-paid and e-wallet options for those that do not want to use their personal card.
The withdrawal process at BingoGames is pretty straight-forward. Although again it takes some extra time due to the fact all communications are done via email support which is subject to longer response times. I submitted a withdrawal request and the money was credited to my account within the 72-hour stated withdrawal time.
Mastercard 2-3 working days, Visa 2-3 working days, Wire transfer 2-3 working days, Paysafecard 2-3 working days, PayPal 2-3 working days, Maestro 2-3 working days
Casino tester's profile
Ziv has been working for two decades in leading online casino companies like Playtech and Microgaming. Having earned a Master’s degree from University of Pittsburgh, Ziv initially wanted to become a sports writer. But his passion for writing and love of casino made him an iGaming journalist.
Nowadays, Ziv is combining his passion for writing and love of casinos into a fulltime writing career. He uses his professional experience and industry connections to cover slots, casino table games, casino strategies, industry news and more.
In his free time Ziv writes for his American sports blogs and attends to his Whiskey collection. Sometimes he combines these passions too.