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Welcome to our Dino Bingo Review
Dino bingo conjures up many images but the one to think of is that prehistoric dinosaur from the flintstones. The design features happy go lucky dinosaurs and on the whole it looks good. It’s also very easy to use with navigation made simple thanks to a simple layout. But you may also notice that it looks familiar and that is because it is a number of bingo sites that has been launched very quickly by the owners, Mandalay Games.
One element we were keen to look at for this review was the safety aspect. So we took our time to trawl through the bonuses and specifically the terms and conditions associated with those bonuses. While looking through the T&Cs we did not spot anything that we felt was out of the ordinary or unsafe. But T&Cs are subject to change so we would recommend that you also read them in case of any changes, which is unlikely.
The registration process
If you were thinking of joining then you’ll be glad to know that the registration process is very simple and straightforward. It is a case of filling in all the normal details like your name, address, date of birth, telephone number and email address. A debit or credit card is required.
The lobby and bingo rooms
The games lobby opens in a new window which is not uncommon. Once you’re in the lobby you’ll see the all the different games at the bottom of the page. They are neatly organised with menu tabs for each of the different games on offer. There is 90 ball and 75 ball games available to play along with a selection of side games. All the rooms are uniquely named, but sadly there is a real lack of choice, which we found disappointing.
Its once you get into the actual bingo rooms that you realise that this site is pretty much identical to any number out there on the internet. The software used is dragonfish which is well known and loved, and loathed by many. Buying cards and chatting with roomies is easy as you’d expect. There are a number of pre-buy games and jackpot games available to take part with tickets varying in price.
Our final views and assessment for this dino bingo review. As bingo sites go this is not a bad one. It has been well designed so that it looks fun, it is easy to use and the fact that most people will be familiar with how it works is a bonus. The downside is that once you really get to things it’s just another carbon copy of many other sites out there..
What is the minimum deposit required?
The minimum deposit is £5 and the maximum is £100.
How do you make a deposit?
When you make a deposit a new window will pop up. Here you will notice that ‘deposit’ has already been selected and that there is a list of different payment methods on the screen. You simply click on which ever method you’d prefer to use and then enter your account details. It is an extremely easy process.
Is it licensed and regulated?
Yes. It is licensed and regulated in Gilbraltar and by the UK Gambling Commission.
What software is used?
Dragonfish software is used to power all the available games.
Are bank details needed at the registration stage?
Yes, bank details are required.
How long has the site been established?
Dino bingo was launched in April 2015.