Queen Bee Bingo Review
Online since: 2017
Welcome Bonus: £70 set of bingo tickets
Everyone who’s anyone knows that Beyonce is Queen B, but when it comes to bingo games, Queen Bee Bingo is meant to be the centre of attention. Seems hard to believe considering that this website was launched in 2017, and yet it’s gained a lot of interest in several months. This could be largely due to Dragonfish providing the software, not forgetting that this brand is part of the Real Bingo Network; despite being quite new, its potential is becoming more well known to iGaming sites out there. Will this mean that we won’t run into any issues? We guess only a thorough review will let us know for sure.
Seeing as Queen Bee Bingo is part of a familiar nexus of Dragonfish software, you can expect to see offers that have been utilised elsewhere also. We would normally criticise a label for doing this, due to the fact it becomes all too predictable, but sometimes regular promos are that for a reason: they’re good. Take the welcome package as the example of this.
All new users, e.g. anyone who hasn’t deposited before now, will receive a £70 set of bingo tickets, provided that they put at least £10 into the kitty. These tickets and their worth are separated out across two different bingo games, so that you can explore both 90 and 75 ball games. Accompanying these tickets is 10 free games, available to play on a popular Eyecon slot only, that of Fluffy Favourites. To ensure everything goes to plan, you need to use the code ‘QUEEN’, and remember that all spin are capped at just £1 per win… oh, and there’s no rollover requirements.
- Welcome offer: £70 set of bingo tickets
- VIP club with daily bonus spins
According to other reviews, there’s quite a few bonuses for users to trigger, and yet the website is surprisingly vague when it comes to any reward schemes available. This is due to the design of the brand, which we feel could impact on who joins. Nevertheless, we can confirm that there’s a VIP club, as well as a chance to earn daily free spins, provided you prove your loyalty by playing more and more. Should you became part of the VIP network, you’ll gain access to the Ace Club Room, a specific space for exclusive gamers only.
Games and Software
Softwares: Dragonfish, Eyecon and NetEnt
This is likely the part of the label that you’ve been waiting for, seeing as how iGaming doesn’t really count for much without a selection of good titles. And so this is the juicy part of Queen Bee Bingo, and it comes primarily from Dragonfish, with its software split across several bingo rooms. These rooms mainly cater to 90 and 75 ball bingo, although there’s some 52 ball activities also. As for the rooms that play these activities, they have names you may have come across before, like Ace Club, Last Call, and Street Party; all of which are priced at below £1 per ticket.
Of course, to provide this brand with more longevity, and plenty of appeal with a varied array of customers, Queen Bee Bingo has a slot machine section as well. Not only will you find excellent pokies from NetEnt and Eyecon inside this section, but there’s also some table top games. Even though you won’t be able to see them as a guest, there’s over 300 titles, though they’re mostly slot machines, with very little in the way of classic casino titles. These are for paying customers only, with it seeming like freeplays have been done away with.
Banking options: Visa, Mastercard, Skrill and Neteller
One of the most obvious ways to deposit money, and withdraw it for that matter, is to use your credit card, like Visa or Mastercard. However, there’s also payment by phone as well as ewallets like Skrill and Neteller. We wouldn’t say that the diversity displayed by Queen Bee Bingo is all that impressive, but at least you have options when banking EUR and GBP, which isn’t always the case with game websites.
For a minimum input or output of £5, you’ll be able to make a transaction with ease, with the withdrawals limited to 10 of them every 24 hours. Considering how many of you will be highrollers, or at least aiming to be, this seems like a generous number of transactions you’re able to make. What isn’t all that generous however, is that sometimes over seven business days are required for payments to reach your bank account.
Websites like Queen Bee Bingo don’t get voted as Site of the Month without having qualified regulators keeping the services safe; in this instance, there’s licensing from the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar.
Support and Contact Details
Should users only ever select Support instead of Help, it can appear that there’s no live chat option for users to utilise, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. You see, instead of providing conventional live chat methods, players need to contact the team inside the chat rooms of the bingo section, and are able to do so until 2am every morning.
Alongside this option, there’s also phone support and email, both of which keep the same hours as the live chat, and so there’s no 24/7 services for you to make use. In our opinion, this is the most disappointing aspect of the brand. Yes, the label tries, but if they’re able to operate so late into the night/morning, why don’t they just make it an around the clock service?
We once again hit a recurring snag of Dragonfish, and that’s that they don’t appear to openly advertise that they have social media accounts on their websites. Not once did we see a widget linking to Facebook or Twitter, and yet after a quick internet search we found a Facebook page in under two minutes. Why Queen Bee Bingo has neglected to advertise this, we have no idea, but we feel that it hurts the number of players flocking to the page. This in turn could explain why no posts have been made since 2017.