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Our Empire Bingo review has highlighted many appealing facts about this site. Blue skies and clouds bring a light feel to the design, with the Mega Wheel taking centre stage on the home page. Beyond that, we’ve got trophies, promotions, and a games area to explore. They’ve provided lots of informative links for newbies and existing players to take advantage of too, which helps you get the most from the site.
The bingo site is based on Jumpman Gaming software. The bingo opens at 8am each morning, with several rooms to explore:
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The bingo rooms are fast to enter, especially as they do not require Flash and do not load in another window. You can purchase tickets easily and pass the time with a slot game on the right if you wish, too. Each bingo game has a chat room you can go into by clicking on the speech bubble underneath that window. It is an easy way to meet some other players if you wish.
The Empire Bingo slots number over 600 at present. They come from Blueprint Gaming, Barcrest, Microgaming, NetEnt, and more. Big titles such as Fluffy Favourites line up alongside ones you may not have heard of, such as Bookie of Odds. There are only a couple of Empire Bingo casino games to try, such as blackjack and roulette. No poker games are provided, and you won’t find any other table games either.
The big green deposit button at the top of the page once logged in reveals the various deposit methods you can use. Mobile payments are permitted, as are card payments. The latter requires a card to be added first.
Once you deposit some money and begin play, you can withdraw anything you secure during games. To do this, add a card and this will be used as your withdrawal method. You cannot use pay by mobile payments in this instance.
There is a community feel at Empire Bingo UK, but the community doesn’t include chat moderators. Most members are helpful, although if you have queries you may not find answers in the chat rooms, as you would if mods were there. There is no indication of a Facebook or other social media presence on the site either.
A nice splash of blue and yellow introduces the Empire Bingo mobile format. There are 24 featured slots on the landing page, but you’ll need to tap the three white lines in the corner to go into all the games to see the bingo variations. This only takes a second though, and since you don’t need an Empire Bingo app to use the mobile site, ease of use is clearly top of their list for all members.
We enjoyed the bright clear design of Empire Bingo, which revealed a pleasant site to play on. If you are keen to balance bingo with slots, this bingo site certainly makes light work of doing that. We would rate this as 4 out of 5 stars, as it will undoubtedly appeal to those who like some bingo mixed in with other games too.
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