Online since: 2017
Welcome Bonus: £70 set of bingo tickets
A starry package presented across a minimal backdrop is your introduction to Kozmo Bingo, a Cassava Enterprises operated iGaming brand. When taking into account the design of this site, it becomes clear that this is a newly released brand, having been launched in December 2017. Even though we think that more could have been done to give this website some character, overall the result is a pleasant one, with customers feeling at ease when they start gaming. Navigation is easy, with users able to clearly see the sheer volume of games they can play if they become a member, though keep in mind that the slots are more diverse than the bingo. Seeing as how this label is powered by Dragonfish, you can anticipate seeing corresponding features to other websites within that network.
In terms of promotional material, it would be inaccurate to say that Kozmo Bingo is overly generous, seeing as how the selection is best described as compact. That being said, what’s given to customers is reasonable enough for most casual players, even more so when you acknowledge the longevity of the VIP club. Oh, and there’s also a rewards scheme, available for both standard and VIP players. It’s a double whammy.
First up, there’s the welcome offer of £70 of games tickets, provided you deposit £10 or over when using the code ‘KOZMO’; if you don’t input that code when asked, this offer won’t be activated. The tickets received are separated across two different bingo games, not forgetting that the Fluffy Favourites bonus games are credited to your account also. What makes this one of the best promos, despite it not necessarily feeling like one, is that there’s no wagering requirements. As a lot of you will know, this is a rare occurrence. However, there are some terms you need to be aware of, like the free spins wins being limited to £1, which is a little on the cheap side.
- Welcome offer: £70 set of bingo tickets
- Constant supply of daily free games
On top of this, there’s a constant supply of daily free games, allowing you to explore the online pokies at your leisure, without having to spend many pennies. To ensure that bingo fans are catered to as well, there’s free bingo games for those looking to save money but still want to have fun. Granted, this isn’t going to keep all customers happy forever, but it should allow you time to set yourselves up, therefore allowing you to start climbing the loyalty scheme ladder.
Fortunately, this isn’t a difficult task, as you become part of the scheme from the moment you make your first deposit. The idea with this is to keep on playing in order to collect points for the loyalty ladder, which’ll then take you to the next level of the scheme. It’s not really an original concept when comparing it with other iGaming schemes, but it’s a system you should be able to adapt to easily.
Games and Software
Softwares: Dragonfish and NetEnt
Prior to joining this online brand, you won’t be given anything other than a small overview of the software, with the bingo games coming from Dragonfish. This label has created 75 and 90 ball bingo, both of which can be played across several rooms, including that of the Ace Club, Street Party and Last Call. Often these games cost no more than a few pence, with the jackpot typically within the hundreds; that’s a good payout, wouldn’t you agree?
Of course, these rooms aren’t the only form of entertainment at your disposal, seeing as Kozmo Bingo offers over 300 penny slots, most of which come from NetEnt. True, the diversity in regards of software isn’t that impressive, but at least you can play ace games from a well known developer. Should you decide that the titles available are suited to your tastes, you won’t be able to play unless you’re a member. Before we leave, let us once again remind you that Kozmo Bingo is mainly a site for bingo and slots, with minimal table games on offer.
Banking options: PayPal, Entropay, and Visa
If you’re ready to make a deposit, or perhaps you’re at the withdrawal stage, you’ll need to use one of the providers enabled by the label; these cover PayPal, Entropay, and Visa, among numerous others. The collection of payments isn’t that varied, but at the very least you gain access to the best options available to iGaming customers. When making either transaction, the minimum amount of cash you’ll need is £5, this is mainly transferred in GBP only, though you can query support for other accepted currencies, if there are any.
In regards to taking out money and transferring it to your bank account, that can be a lengthy process due to the pending period after a withdrawal is requested; 48 hours will be given to all customers, just in case they should want to reverse their request. Thereafter, there’s then as many as 10 days needed before the transaction is complete, though some methods are quicker than others. If speed is important to you, we suggest you look over the terms before you make a transaction.
Kozmo Bingo has two licenses in place, thanks to the regulators watching over Cassava Enterprises. For those of you who are interested in the governing bodies and their details, these are the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar.
Support and Contact Details
One of the first areas of the website you can visit for support is the FAQs page, which not only details popularly asked questions but also rules on how to play the various formats of bingo. If you should need extra assistance, you can obtain it by using email, telephone and live support. The latter option comes via the chat rooms of the bingo lobby, with you only able to chat with the team until 2am. This timeframe is imposed on all of the customer services, meaning that sometimes you’ll be left high and dry when in need of aid.
Going by the age of this brand, it’s natural to think that this is a website that’s connected to various social media channels. Sadly, this isn’t the reality of Kozmo Bingo. We’d like to say that we’re surprised, but many of the bingo labels that are part of the Dragonfish Network adhere to this same dynamic. If you want our opinion, it’s a poor decision from the creators due to the popularity of social media use, though sadly there’s little we can do about it.