Viking Winners Bingo Review

Viking WinnersOnline since: 2014
Welcome Bonus: 300% deposit bonus

The history of vikings is one that invokes strong imagery within all of us, with Viking Winners Bingo taking that notion and utilising it as a means of promoting its services. Laid before you is a clean website, sporting nicely in-keeping aesthetics, giving us the impression that this Cozy Games website is a newly released label, and yet it was back in 2014 when this label was founded. If nothing else, this tells us that Viking Winners is keen in maintaining a specific level of service no matter its age, thus leading us to believe that the experience before us is one of high quality. To reinforce this, we then have the seal of approval from the Live Bingo Network, a nexus which Viking Winners is a part of.

Promotions

There’s no shortage of options when it comes to Viking Winners and its promotions, even if those promos are ones that Cozy Games have used before. That being said, it’s worth mentioning that all of the deals are linked to bingo based activities only, thus leaving any of you slots fans a little high and dry. Our advice would be to only join this label if you have a real passion for bingo, otherwise the promos will be useless to you.

One such offer we’d like to present to you is that of the deposit bonuses, a three part package that asks for no more than £10 for each of the bonuses you take out. In reality you can simply activate the first one, the 300% deal, and then leave it at that, or you can continue onwards and gain a 150% and 100% bonus match also. The choice is yours, though we find having all three to be the best way of settling into your account, especially given how low the wagering requirement is at x4.

  • Welcome offer: 300% deposit bonus
  • 150% second deposit bonus
  • 100% third deposit bonus

This is by no means the only deal open to new users, as there’s also an opportunity for some free bingo tickets for the first seven days after registering, but we find that it’s smaller in its impact than what we’ve already discussed. As such, we’ll take a look at the other bonuses, like the Night Owls offer, a promo that delivers seeded pots whenever you play inside the 90 Big Ben Room between the hours of midnight and 7am. This is just but one example of the types of rewards that are lurking inside each of the bingo rooms, which is why it’s worth you exploring further than the confines of this review.

In addition to the deals, there’s also Bonus Bucks and points to collect, both of which are given based on your loyalty to Viking Winners. That being said, the points are much easier to come by, as they’re supplied whenever you play any of the games for real money, whereas the Bonus Bucks come in brief installments every now and again. In case you don’t know what BBs are, they’re a type of money that you can use to play the titles instead of using your own funds.

Games and Software

Softwares: Cozy Games, Eyecon and NetEnt

As you’ll be able to see yourselves, and having already done research, Viking Winners isn’t an online casino but rather a bingo based platform. Nevertheless, there’s still casino activities to choose from, should you want to do more than get involved with the rooms of the bingo lobby. To do this, you’ll need to visit either the Casino, Games and/or Slots section of the website, with the latter being the most extensive in its options. Furthermore, the games found here not only come from Cozy Games itself, but also Eyecon and NetEnt.

Of course, if you’re here and have joined, it’s more likely that you want some 90 ball bingo action, via Victoria 90 and/or Big Ben, though there’s also 80 and 75 ball to be had, inside Penny Bingo and Down Town, two of the multiple rooms open to users. These rooms can be accessed when a member, however it’ll take a ticket in order for you to play any one of the games available inside of them. These tickets are normally cheap to buy, with some as cheap as 1p per game, not forgetting that sometimes they can be pre-bought as well.

Banking

Banking options: Visa, PayPal and UKash

If you intend to purchase such tickets and/or test out the reels of the pokies, you’re going to need to be able to access your money, which means that you need to learn how to bank. Viking Winners uses a system similar to many other websites out there, thus ensuring you can pick up the terms easily, however there’s a few variations you should be aware of, like the methods allowed. Unlike with major casinos, this platform has a small number of payment options, such as PayPal, Neteller and Visa, all of which process in GBP and EUR.

To make a deposit, all customers need at least £10 to allocate, while it’s said that withdrawals have no limits except that that the wagering requirements impose. If you’re unsure of whether you’ve got a wagering requirement left unfinished, simply go into your account and find the progress bar. Once you’ve cleared all these hurdles, you can make a transfer utilising the same method you deposited with, with the money typically clearing within several working days. As far as we’re aware, no banking fees are brought against you when using either of the services provided.

License

Viking Winners is a licensed website, regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar, whose details are located at the bottom of each webpage. For further information, please contact the support team.

Support and Contact Details

We come now to the customer services of Viking Winners, a part of the brand that everyone should get to grips with, as you’ll need it at some point during your membership. If you don’t, you’re one lucky gamer. To contact the team, there’s four options available to you: live chat, raising a ticket, email, and telephone, with each of them available 24/7. That being said, in regards to the ticket system, that’s an option that requires you’re logged in before using its services.

Social Channels

If Viking Winners Bingo has social media, it isn’t displaying it openly, as its webpages reveal no details as to any such accounts. We find this all too common with Cozy Games, with the company almost forgetting that social media exists; it ultimately impacts on the accessibility and potential social aspects of the label. And so, we have to mark down our experience with this label, due to its lack of social media channels.