LMAO Bingo Review - Site Reviews
Acronyms and text speak are common in the bingo room and you won’t see a moment on the feed where there’s not a 1TG or a WD, or even a LMAO if someone says something funny, so it’s little wonder eventually that one of these acronyms might end up being the name of a bingo site. As we headed to LMAO Bingo we were expecting giggling bingo balls and a bright and bubbly interface, but we were left a little flat.
When you land on the homepage, it doesn’t exactly screen LMAO Bingo, it’s just plain blue and looks a little corporate feeling. If you were looking for bright, bubbly and innovative you won’t find it here, the entire homepage looks like it was made on paint in about 4 minutes.
We continue anyway and find that LMAO Bingo is a member of the Live Bingo Network, using software from Cozy Games. It’s not the most popular software on the net but players seem to like it and the Internet certainly isn’t short of sites using it. The software is known for its big bonuses and welcome bonuses and you can claim them all here when you sign up. Signing up for an account takes no time at all, but ensure you add the correct email, and your financial information or you won’t be able to claim the bonuses.
When you are ready to play, hit the bingo tab at the top of the homepage and the lobby screen will open, from here you’ll find all the rooms in list format so you can just scroll and choose your room. The bingo itself offers more than you could shake a stick at, with 90-ball, 80-ball, 75-ball and 30-ball speed! We are struggling to think of another software that provides so many bingo variants, but then when you get into the bingo rooms, the quality of the interface is really lacking. So what they give with one hand, they take back with another, the bingo client is glitchy, ticket purchasing is fiddly and chat is full of inane smileys. We’re certainly not saying stay away but LMAO Bingo has an equal amount of pros and cons!
Also in the main bingo screen you’ll see a selection of slots, instant wins and casino games, these are easy to play and offer some great fun. Should you wish to access the games only you can hit the games tab from the lobby. The games play well, again they are missing some of the rich graphics of other software packages but they make up for in quantity what they miss in quality.
We’re not going to lie, we’re not the biggest fans of Cozy software, but even that aside, LMAO Bingo is missing all of the branding you’d expect with the fun name, and it’s a bit bland and boring, even compared to other sites on the same software. It could be worth a visit for the welcome bonus but we’re not sure we’d head back too often.
LMAO Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about LMAO Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Deposit bonuses on all transactions.
- Impressive array of bingo games available.
LMAO Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things LMAO 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.
- Poor design with no real theme.
- Low pot prizes.
- Annoying chat hosts.
LMAO Bingo Bonuses
New players at LMAO Bingo can claim a 500% bonus on first deposit, 350% second deposit bonuses and 300% third and further bonuses on all transactions.
First Deposit Bonus - T&C's apply - New players only. Minimum deposit required is £10. Wagering required of 4x bonus + deposit on bingo, 10x deposit + bonus on slots.
LMAO Bingo Software, Network And Company
Visit: LMAO Bingo
Screenshots Of LMAO Bingo
LMAO Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at LMAO Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Email: Via webform in the Contact section.
- Via the onsite live chat facility.
- Telephone: 0203 608 1305
- By Post: LMAO Bingo, c/o Cozy Games Management, Jubilee Buildings, Victoria Street, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2SH
LMAO Bingo Licensing And Complaints
LMAO Bingo is licensed in the Isle of Man. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gov.im.
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 38719
By: Kath Cross