Bubblegum Bingo Review - Site Reviews
Bubblegum Bingo is a brand owned by 8 Ball Games who choose not to offer an affiliate channel through which we can promote their product. For this reason we offer our players and alternative brand on the same software and network.
Bubblegum Bingo opened to players in early January 2014, yet another Cozy Games brand on the Live Bingo Network from 8 Ball Games. The home page is bright and colourful although the rotation and flashing on the main banner does affect your eyes; it certainly made us feel a little queasy after a few minutes.
However, how long does the average person spend on the home page of any brand? Just a few minutes to check out the welcome bonus and usually you either hit the back button or the sign up button. If you choose the latter and want to register with Bubblegum Bingo then it will take you just a few minutes to complete the form.
Part of the registration process requires your financial details, credit or debit card. This is for account validation purposes and no money will be removed from your card unless you choose to make a deposit through the cashier.
One of the saving graces for Cozy Games brands has always been that they offer a pretty impressive no deposit required welcome bonus. This is not available at Bubblegum Bingo, all that is offered to a new player is your traditional first deposit bonus making this a brand many will probably avoid (for the time being anyway).
When you step into the lobby you will see that there are four different types of bingo game available at this site. You will find 30 ball, 80 ball and the two most popular games, 75 and 90 ball. In addition to this there are multiple slots and casino style games to choose from. The lobby shows you details for each room, the prize pool, the progressive jackpot (a different one for each room), ticket prices and the number of players in the room.
Free Bingo is available in the Free and Easy room but whilst it promotes a £20 jackpot in the room from the lobby, this is only if you call bingo in 34 calls or less. The game prize is actually 50p for one or two lines and £1 for the full house.
The game rooms are laid out in the same way as at other sites that use the Cozy Games products. You have your purchasing options/call board to the left, your bingo tickets and game prizes in the centre of your screen and your chat and instant win games on the left hand side. Chat seems busy but only because the hosts are quite chatty – usually by posting a whole host of the chat smileys.
The promotional schedule looks exactly the same as at other brands on the Live Bingo Network so there is nothing to make this site stand out from the crowd. With lower deposit bonuses and no free cash at registration, Bubblegum Bingo could well be a site you blow out.
Bubblegum Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Bubblegum Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Bonuses available to use on slot and casino games.
- Lower minimum deposit and withdrawal amounts.
- Decent selection of bingo games available.
Bubblegum Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Bubblegum Bingo 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.
- Ticket prices for next game aren't shown.
- No free bonus.
- Financial details required to register.
Bubblegum Bingo Bonuses
New players are welcomed with a 350% cash match bonus on first deposit. Reload bonuses are limited to your second and third transaction.
Details on how to claim your bonus: Bubblegum Bingo bonuses.
Bubblegum Bingo Software, Network And Company
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Bubblegum Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Bubblegum Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Via Live Help
- Email: email@example.com
- Via Web Form in the 'Contact Us' section.
- By post: Cozy Games Management Ltd, Jubilee Buildings, Victoria Street,
Douglas, Isle of Man.
Bubblegum Bingo is licensed in Isle of Man. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gov.im/gambling.
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 38719
By: Nickie Shute