Elf Bingo Review - Site Reviews
In December 2013 the 13th brand appeared on the 15 Network, just a month after 8 Ball Gaming launched a site on the same network. Someone had to launch as the 13th brand and it fell to Elf Bingo. As with all the sites on the 15 Network, Jumpman Gaming software powers the bingo games of which there are just two varieties to choose from at this site.
Currently Elf Bingo and all sites on the network are only able to offer 75 ball pattern games and 90 ball. However, whilst they may not have a massive array of different bingo games to offer, there are a great selection of instant win and casino style games to choose from once you step into the virtual world of Elf Bingo.
The home page has been designed around the name, although we were expecting Christmas elves at the time of year it launched. However, there is an elf, complete with pointy ears and curled toe ankle boots waiting to greet you upon arrival. The landing page features the Wheel bonus that the network has become well-known for and details of the cash match deal available to new players.
As with all brands online today, in order to play at the site you need to complete the sign up process. This consists of filling in a form with a few details including your name, address etc. and of course, picking a username which other players will call you in the rooms. It literally takes a couple of minutes to register and then you are ready to play.
This brand offers new players a £5 free no deposit required bonus at registration (if you include your financial details) and there are free games offering to all players who have made a deposit within the last 7 days. Although not quite as impressive as those available at better known brands, Elf Bingo does offer a selection of no cost and cheap games.
When you visit the lobby you are presented with an array of information about the rooms that are open. You can see details of the host on duty, the room name, the number of players in the room, the jackpot amount and time until next game, not forgetting the ticket price. This all helps you make an informed decision as to which room suits your requirements and budget.
There’s a jam-packed promotional schedule offered by Elf Bingo, sadly it’s full of promotions available at all sites on the network – at least at the time of the review this was the case, it could change as the site grows in popularity with players.
Elf Bingo has good and bad points about it but we are swinging towards a thumbs up for this site.
Elf Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Elf Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Smaller, more intimate network.
- Extra bonus on first deposit by a Spin of the Wheel.
- Deposit bonuses on all transactions.
Elf Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Elf 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.
- Very limited room numbers.
- Limited number of lower priced bingo games.
- Only accepts debit and credit cards as payment methods.
Elf Bingo Bonuses
Elf Bingo offers a first deposit bonus of 200% and a free Spin of the Wheel for an extra bonus worth between £5 and £2,500.
T&C's apply - New players only. Min. deposit £10, max. bingo bonus £100. Wagering requirements of 4x for bingo bonus and 40x for IG bonus.
The minimum deposit at the site is £5, but for the Spin the Wheel bonus, and reload bonuses of between 25% and 75% (depending on loyalty level), you will need to deposit £10.
Elf Bingo Software, Network And Company
Visit: Elf Bingo
Screenshots Of Elf Bingo
Elf Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Elf Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Telephone: 01481 734554
- Email: email@example.com
Elf Bingo Licensing And Complaints
Elf Bingo is licensed in Alderney. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gamblingcontrol.org.
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39175
By: Nickie Shute