Epic bingo was launched early in 2012 on to the Fun Bingo Network using Cozy Games Software to power its bingo rooms and other games. The overall design is quite plain, without too much in the way of flashy graphics. The home page is neatly laid out and the colour scheme of pastel blue seems to work well. Navigation is a piece of cake due to the simple layout and design. However, when you make your way over to the promotions section don’t expect to find anything unique, as we’re afraid those on offer are just the same promotions found at all the other bingo sites on this network.
If you were considering joining epic bingo then you’ll be pleased to know that just one page of standard personal details are all that’s required. Just make sure you enter the correct email address as you will need to verify your account to claim the free money and start playing bingo as we discovered when writing this epic bingo review. However, a word of caution is advised for existing Fun Bingo Network players. Although the same login details will work here, it does mean you will not be able to use the same email address if you want to create a new player profile. Once you’ve verified your account you’ll find yourself in the bingo lobby area. The bingo rooms are all laid out one after the other so you can easily see the game type, card cost, jackpot size and when it starts. There is a choice of 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball bingo – a total of 5 rooms to choose from altogether. The card prices range from 10p to 20p and there is also a free bingo room as well.
Our final views and assessment for our epic bingo review. On the whole is not a bad bingo site. While the graphics on the home page, lobby area and in the bingo room could be a little better, it’s the ease of use which makes this a pretty good choice of bingo site.
You’ll find 36 different slot games to play of which 6 of these are jackpots. There are also 9 casino games and 9 scratch cards. You can play these games from within the bingo room and can use real cash of BBs.
Epic bingo uses Cozy Games Software and is on the Fun Bingo Network.
With the epic bingo loyalty program you get intro loyalty points with your first deposit. The bigger the deposit the bigger the amount of loyalty so if you were to deposit £40 you’ll get an impressive 2,000 loyalty points immediately. You’ll also earn loyalty points every time you play a game. These points can be turned into real cash, as 100 loyalty points = £1 cash. For every £2 spent playing bingo you’ll earn 1 loyalty point and every £6 playing slots earns 1 point.
You can’t actually make a deposit from the bingo rooms, so you will need to minimise the bingo room and head to the banking section from the lobby area. When you make a deposit you’ll be taken to a screen with a list of different payment methods. Just click on your preferred deposit method from the list available to be taken to a screen where you can then enter your account details.
You can request one withdrawal in a 7 day period and the minimum withdrawal amount is £50 and you must have funded your account with at least £25 and made a wager. The wagering requirements depending on the bonus deal you accept. If you accept the standard bonus the wagering requirement is 4X your deposit + bonus amount received, however if you accept the cash deal then the wagering requirement is 8X.
Epic bingo is safe to join and play as it is licensed and regulated in Malta.
Yes you can play on Epic Bingo without wagering any real money.