Bingo Riot Review
Bingo Riot closed its doors in late February 2014. Players can still access their accounts and play bingo, only the games are now hosted at Play2Win Bingo. The move comes as the Winners Bingo Network and the Live Bingo Network team up to become one big bingo network – one of the biggest on the internet!
Bingo Riot are only newbies because their site was just launched at the end of 2012. It’s certainly colourful enough, but you don’t really know what to expect outside of the fact that it’s part of Winners Bingo.
Don’t get suckered in by the site bingo bonuses everywhere. The reason we say this is because Bingo Riot only let you make on withdrawal a week and this is limited to £300, so you have limitations in the way. Newbies have the option to get a £15 free no deposit and then 750% in deposit bonuses – after that there are 250% bonuses on all reloads. The reload bonuses seem a bit suspicious and you might be wise to stay away and not face extra wagering requirements.
The section for Bonuses & Offers can be really annoying because there are lots of times when it doesn’t work properly. Instead of reading about the promotions you just see blurred screens. When you can see them, the bingo promotions are provided by Winners Bingo Network. Bingo Riot share their promotions with other sites on the network.
Where the site is good is that it has 3 types of bingo like at other sites powered by Cozy Games. Bingo Riot have also turned to Cozy Games to get some slot games, casino games and scratchies.
Bingo Riot have some very promising looking bonuses but don’t rush to claim these – there are requirement and limitations that you may not be aware of. The gaming options are pretty good, but that doesn’t excuse the annoying wagering requirements and withdrawal limits. There isn’t much information in the FAQ to make things clearer.
- 3 types of bingo
- Withdrawal limitations
- Promotions don’t always load
- Shared promotions