Naughty Bingo Review
One of the most enjoyable things about any iGaming website, is that you don’t have to behave like the theme to enjoy its services. Take Naughty Bingo as a great example of this; this 2011 established brand is wickedly naughty, but it doesn’t require that you yourself misbehave in order to play. Not that it’s a problem if you are feeling a bit naughty when playing a title or two from the Cozy Games Management team, who are partnered with the ElectraWorks operators.
Seeing as Cozy Games is a big name within this industry, it can be hard for them to add personality into their platforms, and yet they’ve managed to do it fairly successfully here. Although the aesthetics aren’t as sharp as they once was, the site is generally easy on the eyes, as too are the 200 plus games of the site.
Beginning afresh with any new games website can be daunting, especially if the selection of promotions don’t give you a helping hand; if this is a concern of yours, it needn’t be when you’re a Naughty Bingo member. Not only do they give their new customers two stellar introductory offers, but there’s also an array of regular bonuses to activate as well. One example of the welcome deals is that of the £3K bingo tickets.
As a newcomer, you’ll have access to the Newbie Bingo Room, with your first week as a member delivering 12 free tickets for each of the games played inside this hall, hence gamers being able to bag £3,000 worth of gaming for nothing. Within that time, if you make any winnings, they’ll only be subject to a low x4 rollover requirement, thus allowing for more accessible gaming for all. This type of flexibility is mirrored in the three deposit bonuses gamers can take out, should they want to play with real money priced at £10 or over; the same rollover applies, but the bonuses come in the form of a 300%, 150%, and 100% reward. Unlike with the bingo tickets, these deals can be played within any of the bingo halls, which allows for greater range for those of you looking to branch out early on.
Speaking of ‘branching out’, you can do so by utilising the remaining offers to your advantage, with all of them having been designed to increase the enjoyability of the bingo titles. No matter if you choose the Night Owls package with £20 seeded pots, or the Midweek Treat inside the Hump Day Room every Wednesday, we’re certain that all users will be able to relish these familiar and reliable rewards. Even more so when you take into account the loyalty points that the games of this site bestow upon users, with customers then able to redeem 100 points or more for real cash.
Games and Software
If anyone has discovered Naughty Bingo and is hoping for the diversity of an online casino, we’re afraid that you’re going to find this brand restrictive. It’s not that Naughty Bingo lacks variance, as it has over 200 activities, but it’s more that these activities are very specific in what they offer: there’s bingo, pokies, and the odd table based game. Think of it like a niche online casino rather than simply a place to play bingo.
Considering bingo is the main forte of this label however, we suspect most of you will visit that part of the site before all others. When doing so, you’ll come across the bulk of the Cozy Games software, with the rooms delivering 80, 35, and 90 ball bingo, inside halls such as Down Town, Big Ben, and Victoria 90. Each of these rooms caters to more than one game, with users able to prebuy coupons for as little as 1p. That being said, sometimes the bingo page doesn’t load properly, therefore resulting in you being unable to see the games or be able to join in; this is an issue that desperately needs resolving.
As for the other titles of the website, they come from NetEnt with the odd spattering of Eyecon software rounding off the exclusivity of this site. None of the games can be played for free (as far as we know), but they at least cover a large number of genres, while also delivering a varied range of bonus features and generous payouts. Unfortunately however, we wouldn’t say that the site’s usability is as efficient as it could be, as most of the time players will find themselves endlessly scrolling through the titles to look specific features and/or titles.
Prior to making any monetary transactions, all customers need to be aware that the only currency permitted by Naughty Bingo banks is GBP. Furthermore, that this currency can only be processed when using one of the nine payment methods allowed, which includes that of Mastercard, Visa, and Skrill. Given the age of this website, we’d have preferred a more diverse mix of options, however overall the range is reasonable enough.
When making a deposit or withdrawal, no banking charges will be placed on that transaction, with users needing to merely follow the terms of each transaction to succeed. For example, those making an allocation need to do so with £5 or over (except when activating the welcome deposit deals), while those making a withdrawal need to have their ID verified. Despite the latter process sounding long winded, it shouldn’t take more than three working days before the money is credited into your account.
As the operators of Naughty Bingo, ElectraWorks has to operate under a license in order to run the brand, which is why they hold a dual license from the UK Gambling Commission, and the Government of Gibraltar.
Support and Contact Details
Given the fact that we used the FAQs as a way to learn more about banking, it should be noted that they’re a fine resource to use when in need of help. However, while they can do a lot to assist you, they can’t necessarily fix all the problems you’ll encounter, which is when you’ll need to contact Naughty Bingo itself.
This can be done around the clock, thanks to the 24/7 services, with gamers able to send emails, message on live chats with the team, take out a ticket, and of course talk over the phone. If these sound familiar to you, it’s because they’re always part of the Cozy Games branding, with Harry’s Bingo the only site without telephone support that we’ve come across so far.
Poking out behind the clouds of this label’s homepage design are links to live chat support and Facebook, with the latter of these two the only social channel we could locate. Even though the Facebook channel is still available, we wouldn’t say that it’s all that active, considering the fact that posts haven’t been made since 2017. Nonetheless, at least there’s a social media page for players to find in the first place.