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Last update: 27th November 2020
Bingo.com is a name that has been around for years and years. It is now owned by the Kindred Group (aka Unibet) and has been completely reinvented to run on the same Relax Gaming bingo platform (launched in July 2015) with the same five bingo rooms (and large progressive jackpots) as Maria Casino, offering 75 ball bingo with and without the centre square free, and regular and speed 90 ball bingo. It also has the same exceptionally good selection of slots (along with frequent free spins offers) , but as the names of the two sites suggest, the bingo is given a bit more prominence at Bingo.com.
As well as bingo promotions and tournaments, Bingo.com runs regular slots tournaments where the winner is the player with the biggest percentage win over 20 consecutive rounds (rather than the usual arrangement where the biggest spender wins). The welcome bonus is flexible and can be used on anything (and includes some free spins), but the flipside of that is a wagering requirement more suited to a slots bonus than a bingo bonus. The bonusing system also includes bingo vouchers. These can be won in chat games or from the Loyalty Wheel, are for use on bingo only and carry a much more modest wagering requirement.
Relax Gaming is a less well known bingo platform in the UK but players should have no concerns about giving it a try; Bingo.com was chosen by a panel of experts from inside and outside the industry to win the Fair Play Award 2016 and one need not play for long to see that the site does indeed have an unusual degree of transparency for a bingo site; for example, there is the display that runs during a game of bingo showing not only which players have 1TG or 2TG, but which numbers they need to win the line or FH prize. Although the network only covers a few UK facing sites the bingo rooms seem pretty busy, with a mixture of UK and Scandinavian players, and the prizes are certainly worthwhile.
Bingo.com has a mobile app for easy access on the go, but only for Apple devices. Android users still have to visit via a phone browser (not that it is particularly onerous to have to type bingo.com into the address bar).