Bingo Zino Review - Site Reviews
In July 2016 Bingo Zino moved to the Dragonfish network and chose not to offer an affiliate scheme through which we can promote their brand.
The following details refer to the brand when it was on the G2 Gtech software and is therefore out of date. This page will not be updated.
Bingo Zino is one a handful of brands on the St Minver network powered by the G2 Gtech software. King.com, a gaming brand, is behind the product and it was only in March 2011 that the site moved to the gaming software that it is on now, prior to that the games were offering on proprietary software and little was known about their bingo product as little marketing had been done.
Despite Bingo Zino having been around for quite some time, the brand only recently came to our attention hence why our review was only added in December 2012. The brand was originally known as Royal Games Bingo but rebranded in 2013.
Registration to the brand is the same as it is with all of the sites on the St Minver network with a two-step sign-up process. Before you can enter the site though you will also need to have to choose a screen name, a name different from the username chosen when signing up. You are then offered the option to register your financial details however, you can skip this step and go straight to the lobby by clicking “Play Now”.
The lobby is where you can see the games on offer from Bingo Zino as well as details of the time until next game, ticket prices, number of players in a room, prize pool and the progressive jackpot on offer – as well as the game type. This brand, like all St Minver/G2 Gtech products, offers three variants of the online game – 75, 80 and 90 ball bingo.
Step into any of the bingo rooms and you’ll find a very familiar feel to the layout. To the left of your screen is the chat room with a selection of slots above the chat and then at the top of the screen the prize breakdowns for the standard house prize and details of the progressive jackpot. To the right of the screen are your bingo tickets and purchasing options with the bingo callboard above your tickets when the game is in play.
The promotions at Bingo Zino are standard to the network that means the brand doesn’t really stand out from the crown. However, if you like the G2 Gtech software, then you will feel like royalty when playing at this site.
Bingo Zino Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Bingo Zino that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Ball To Bingo feature when playing.
- Different ticket buying options available.
Bingo Zino Minuses
The below minuses are things Bingo Zino 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.
- No bonuses offered at all.
- Chat didn't load when compiling the review.
- Quite high wagering requirements.
Bingo Zino Bonuses
Bingo Zino does not offer any type of bonus to their players.
Details on how to claim your bonus: Bingo Zino bonuses.
Bingo Zino Software, Network And Company
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Bingo Zino Support
If you have any issues with your time at Bingo Zino, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 0800 376 5619 or on +350 200 79264
- By post: Bingo Response, c/o St Minver Limited, Suite 812, Europort Gibraltar
Bingo Zino Licensing And Complaints
Bingo Zino is licensed in Gibraltar. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gra.gi. Alternatively you could contact the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39248
By: Nickie Shute