Bingo Hollywood was launched in 2010 making use of software provided by Dragonfish. There is no doubt that Bingo Hollywood is unashamedly girly in its approach and proud of it, so male players hoping for a site featuring classic photos of Marilyn Monroe or Clint Eastwood scrolling across the top banner will be disappointed - but the 18-45 females that it’s aimed at will love it. It’s pink, it’s starry, there’s a shop selling some cute and quirky Bingo Hollywood branded gifts – and bingo players even get the chance to see the chat moderators’ photos featured on the site, as well as full colour photos of themselves if they score a big win. It’ll appeal to anyone who’s ever stood in front of the bathroom mirror singing into a hairbrush as well as anyone who loves a trip to the cinema and yearns for a slice of genuine American-style glamour in their own home.
Players looking to join will find an easy registration processed as we discovered while putting this Bingo Hollywood review together. Although it’s powered by the ever-popular Dragonfish, you won’t be shown the usual Dragonfish networked rooms here: These are bespoke games, and you’ll find four each of 75 and 90 ball games with. Cards cost from 1p to 50p and there are non-funded games plus 1TG games as well as the usual funded games; and the chat is lively, fun and entertaining, with a huge row of emoticons and slang buttons for you to use, which gives you an idea of the high-octane chat you can expect to enjoy.
The side games deliver on all fronts too, with classic slots such as White Wizard and Shopping Spree sat in their rightful place next to progressive jackpot games like Fluffy Favourites andShaman’s Dream. It’s impressive stuff and many if not most of the games here actually form part of a circle of games that are becoming recognised as classic bingo site slots in their own right, bringing the right amount of fun and escapism for a busy bingo player who isn’t looking for anything too intense. Devising games like this is an art in its own right, and one that 888, who are closely affiliated with Dragonfish, are highly adept at providing.
Our final thoughts and assessment for this Bingo Hollywood review. There is clearly a savvy marketing department at work here, and hats off to them for that. Someone here has worked out that it’s not enough to simply take an established bingo platform, give it a name and a new front screen and wait for the cash to come rolling in: Bingo Hollywood is a brand in its own right, from the flashing dressing room lights and movie projector images to the player shop and enticing-looking animated promo ads. It’s a full production with all the bells and whistles, which is why Bingo Hollywood will have no trouble attracting and retaining its intended audience.
You’ll have a selection of jackpot slots, scratch cards, single line slots, mini multi line slots, mega multi line slots, card games and casino games which can be played in the bingo rooms.
Bingo Hollywood uses Dragonfish software.
The loyalty programme at Bingo Hollywood is known as ‘Star Points’. The different star levels are worked out based on your total deposits made. So each time you make a deposit you are climbing up the VIP ladder. There are five Star Levels to climb with ‘Diamond Level’ sitting at the top of the pile. Loyalty bonuses include match bonuses, bigger prizes in the free bingo rooms, birthday bonuses, wager bonuses, monthly cashback bonuses and much more.
To make a deposit simply clicking on ‘banking’ which will then load up a new popup window with a list of different payment methods. Click on your preferred payment method and then enter your account details on the screen as directed.
The minimum amount you can withdraw is £30. You will have needed to have deposited a minimum of £30 before requesting a withdrawal. The total withdrawal time varies between 4 – 10 working days depending on your chosen withdrawal method. The wagering requirement is 4X.
Bingo Hollywood is licensed and regulated in Gibraltar which makes it safe to play as it is classed as being ‘whitelisted’.
Please visit Bingo Hollywood's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Bingo Hollywood without wagering any real money.