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byBret Allen

Rollover Bingo review

56%
Score Breakdown

0-29%

30-49%

50-69%

70-89%

90-100%

Full review criteria
updated
byBret Allen
56%
Rollover Bingo has an exclusive deal with the National Lottery, but that's not a mark of quality
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score Breakdown
design & Usability
customer Support
bonuses & Promotions
software & Gameplay
device Compatibility
safety & Security
variety & Originality
payments & Withdrawals
VIP Programme
pros
  • Easy to navigate
  • Links with National Lottery
cons
  • No mobile site
  • Lacking payment options
  • Weak VIP programme
about Rollover Bingo
platform
  • Dragonfish
owner
  • Txtlotto Ltd T/A Groupify
licence
  • Gibraltar (888 UK Limited)
launched
  • Jun 1, 2010
payment methods
  • Debit/Credit Card
  • Neteller
  • Paysafecard
  • Paypal
contact information
  • Contact Form
  • 08002794587
social media
  • N/A

Rollover Bingo verdict

Rollover Bingo is a quirky site which ties in with the National Lottery to add a new dimension to its games. This is a Cassava site with Dragonfish software, like Smooch Bingo and Fancy Bingo, so you can expect a certain amount of quality. But will this site leave you rolling around on the floor laughing?

design & Usability

You’ll see a very bright design at Rollover Bingo. The site theme focuses on lottery tickets, as you’d expect. They use some nice photography and welcoming text, plus info panels, giving the site an active feel. Sadly a few pages beyond the home page are less nicely decorated.

Navigating is fairly straightforward. The site uses a clear top bar and your login is top right as normal. There are plenty of bingo guides for newcomers, plus information explaining their unique lottery tie-in. They even explain bingo lingo.

customer Support

You have two contact methods at Rollover Bingo, phone line and email. The email is split into two forms, one for bingo and one for lottery, which should help to speed up response times. On the downside, the phone line is not 24/7 and of course live chat is missing. Thankfully the team seem to be pretty on the ball otherwise.

The site’s help page is small but useful, leading directly to Responsible gaming guidelines and a good set of FAQs. You shouldn’t get too lost here.

bonuses & Promotions

The welcome bonus at Rollover Bingo is good at 300%, which goes up to a maximum of £90. This comes with a standard four times wagering requirement. Otherwise the site has hardly any promotions except for the one it’s named after.

For each £10 you play on bingo, you earn a free (syndicated) Euromillions lottery ticket! You can see the lines you’ve earned in your membership area. Should you match 2 or 3 balls, they pay the full amount of winnings in Bingo Points. If you match 4 or more, they split the winnings among the rest of the syndicate (50, including you) by cheque. This is a great, original idea and means you’ll always be in for a shot at the big bucks, but it’s a shame it comes at the cost of any other promos.

software & Gameplay

With Dragonfish software under the hood, Rollover Bingo has a quick and smooth loading time. The bingo lobby is bright without being overpowering, with account controls at the top and tabs for bingo games at the bottom.

The bingo console is very big and bold, easy to use and generally smooth. While chat is well made, we found the rooms dead here (during the day, jackpot times may be different) and found no hosts. This could be a big problem for chatty players, but give it a chance to get going.

device Compatibility

There is no mention of mobile play on the Rollover Bingo site. They sadly don’t have any apps for you to use. Thought many Dragonfish sites can still be accessed via mobile browser, that is not the case for this site. Unfortunately, you’ll have to make do with desktop and laptop play.

safety & Security

Rollover Bingo is licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar and the Great Britain Gambling Commission, so everything is clear and above board here. You will find that they have the eCOGRA seal too, an independent body that guarantees fair play and safety.

On the downside, not all of the pages here are up to scratch with their security encryption. This should not prove an issue, but it does need updating. The site’s privacy policy and fair play information is great and you can also read about responsible gaming, which they work to uphold.

variety & Originality

Rollover Bingo has three bingo types; 90 ball, 75 ball and 5-line bingo. This is a decent set, if not all that amazing. There are two 75 ball rooms and just three 90 ball rooms, plus a VIP only room, which is a pretty small selection. On the plus side, you’ll find five different free bingo rooms. This site really needs more choice or something unique, perhaps to tie in with the lottery theme. On the plus side, there are daily jackpots to be won.

The slot selection is the same as most Dragonfish sites, a huge collection of well-made games. They will keep you busy for some time, but they don’t really provide more value to a bingo site.

payments & Withdrawals

There is a simple pop-up cashier at Rollover Bingo with a series of buttons to guide you through both depositing and withdrawing. The process is nice and simple. Withdrawals appear to take up to 8 working days, well above average.

You can pay here using Visa and MasterCard for credit and debit card options, or for e-wallets you have PayPal and PaySafeCard. More choice would be good, but PayPal is always welcome for UK players.

VIP Programme

There is no obvious VIP scheme at Rollover Bingo. They do have a loyalty points system however. You earn Bingo Points as you play, with 10p earning you 1BP. Matching 2 and 3 on your lottery lines also nets you a bumper amount of BP, or you can win them in chat games.

It’s unclear what these points are worth, and there’s no structure for advancement, so all in all it’s a pretty average scheme.

conclusion

Rollover Bingo is a fun little site with games of standard quality. The site has a very interesting gimmick, using the Euromillions lottery as a way for you to win more, but unfortunately no other effort goes into the site. Other than the gimmick, you’ll find little promotional content or variety in bingo or chat. If you’re a big lotto fan, then this site could be good fun. If that doesn’t sound interesting, then there’s little else to keep your attention.

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about Rollover Bingo
platform
  • Dragonfish
owner
  • Txtlotto Ltd T/A Groupify
licence
  • Gibraltar (888 UK Limited)
launched
  • Jun 1, 2010
payment methods
  • Debit/Credit Card
  • Neteller
  • Paysafecard
  • Paypal
contact information
  • Contact Form
  • 08002794587
social media
  • N/A