Playing Bingo

Bingo Gringo Review - Site Reviews

On 31st January 2018 Bingo Gringo closed to players. The following details are for information purposes only and will no longer be updated.

Gringo, “a foreigner in Spain or Latin America, especially when of English or American origin” according to the Merriam Webster dictionary online, so the sombrero fits right in on the home page of Bingo Gringo. Finally a site that doesn’t instantly scream “Dragonfish network” although that is exactly what it is. The home page for Bingo Gringo is a lot fresher than most we have seen for networked sites but this could be attributed to a makeover for the site in September 2015.

The new design appears to incorporate a similar design to that we have seen from Bingo Hombre and the chilli/pepper sporting a sombrero reminds us of Ricardo, the singing jalepeno that used to front the Virgin Bingo brand. That said, with a name like Bingo Gringo, they couldn't really do much different.

We like the fact that Bingo Gringo have taken the time to design a tidy home page and not just slapped up one of the templates that Dragonfish offer for sites like this and it’s a nice touch that they show small images of the games, both bingo and side games, as previews half way down the page.

Registration is straightforward and within minutes you are ready to play; although the sign-up process asks for financial details you do not have to enter them to play as the site offers free games to non-depositing players. This means that during registration you can choose to ignore the financial section and continue on, you can still play at Bingo Gringo for free even if you haven’t made a deposit as there is a free room open daily (at least for a few days from the point of registration).

When you enter the lobby at Bingo Gringo it may appear familiar and this is because the site is part of the larger Dragonfish network. You will be competing against players from a number of brands for the prize pools on offer. From the lobby you can see all the games on offer and Bingo Gringo offers three versions of the online game; 75 ball pattern bingo, Swedish bingo which is 75 ball multi-line and 90 ball games. Alongside the traditional bingo offering there are an abundance of instant win games; some of these are available to play in the same window as your bingo game whilst others open in a separate window.

Unfortunately, whilst the home page looks quite impressive for Bingo Gringo, there is nothing new or exciting to be found in the game rooms at this site although being part of the larger Dragonfish network you are assured of a safe and secure gaming environment in which to enjoy your bingo.

Bingo Gringo Pluses

The below pluses are the positive points about Bingo Gringo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.

Bingo Gringo Minuses

The below minuses are things Bingo Gringo need to work on to improve their service to bingo players. If you're not happy with the site's issues, vote with your feet and play elsewhere.

Bingo Gringo Bonuses

New players to Bingo Gringo are offered a 300% cash match bonus on first deposits.

First time depositors only. Minimum deposit to take the offer is £10. Maximum bonus os £100. Bonus has to be wagered 4 times fore the respective winnings can be withdrawn. Winnings from bonus money can be cashed-out up to a value of £400. General site T&C's apply. Withdrawal restrictions apply.

Details on how to claim your bonus: Bingo Gringo bonuses.

Bingo Gringo Software, Network And Company

Bingo Gringo runs on the 888/Globalcom software and is part of the Dragonfish network.

Screenshots Of Bingo Gringo

Bingo Gringo Home Page

Bingo Gringo Home Page

Bingo Gringo Lobby

Bingo Gringo Lobby

Bingo Gringo Game

Bingo Gringo Game

Bingo Gringo Support

If you have any issues with your time at Bingo Gringo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:

Bingo Gringo Licensing And Complaints

Bingo Gringo is licensed in Gibraltar. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - Alternatively you could contact the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner by email on

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39028

By: Nickie Shute

Online Bingo Site Reviews B index

Online Bingo Site Reviews section index

Online Bingo section index