Bingola launched in September 2014, and are part of the Ignite group who are very popular within the bingo industry. Rio Bingo and Wish Bingo are also part of this team amongst many others. All sounds good so far, right? But let’s take a closer look and see what they have to offer…
The software provider is Dragonfish, who power tons of online bingo sites, and are well known because of the excellent gaming experience that they provide to bingo players. Bingola operates outside of the Dragonfish network on its own, meaning it’s a much smaller network, but this means it’s pretty much like a standalone bingo home.
The theme is that of a funfair, and it’s very bright and colourful. This site is certainly different from others who operate on the online bingo market today. Who doesn’t love the funfair? When we played bingo at this site, it felt as though we were in a real fairground but with so much more fun, and attractions.
Bingola claims to be “The Free Bingo Funfair” we spotted the reason why they claim this from the minute we entered the home page. There are so many free games that play daily, and if you’re really lucky you can even win some big prizes.
Promotions are by the plenty at this bingo home, and you can view the whole schedule by clicking on the tab on the welcome page. In the lobby, you can view all the games being played, the times, prizes and ticket prices, etc.
Play on Mobile of Tablet?
If you like to play bingo on your mobile or tablet device, well, you can do just that. At Bingola Bingo there are no downloads required, head to the site and play your favourite games via the mobile browser.
Withdrawals and Banking
The minimum withdrawal is £30, and the processing time is 5 – 7 days. A deposit of £20 or more must have been made prior to requesting a first withdrawal. Proof of photo ID, your address and a copy of your card may be requested. Full terms and conditions are found here.
Telephone: 0800 901 2462
Email: via on-site form
Final Words & Summary
Bingola Bingo site has a very attractive design, it’s full of the funfair things, and certainly caught our eye! From the minute you enter the site you feel as though you’re playing in an actual fairground, but the difference being, the bingo games that you play are for real cash, compared to the funfair’s bingo games, where people play for prizes.
The software providers (Dragonfish) are well established and been around for a very long time. We liked the fact that Bingola players do not play in the Dragonfish network, like many others do. We think this is a welcoming change, as many bingo fans will agree; there is no better feeling than playing on a bingo site that is not part of a network. It makes you feel right at home, and many will stay and call it their very own bingo home.
Free bingo is available to everyone, and the games play daily. Some pay out large amounts of cash and you could potentially win big.