Naughty Bingo is another site aimed squarely at the ladeeez! The home page features the handsome torso and considerable six pack of Chris. Unfortunately, Chris is only available in graphic form, but real life “naughty boys” are promised on the Community Page, so you never know. Chris is accompanied by his naughty she-devil side kick Candy, who promises lots of wicked and wild experiences, enabling you to discover your “bad” side.
Does this site deliver what it promises? Well there are certainly plenty of games to choose from. Naughty Bingo are part of the Cozy Games / Live Bingo Network stable, so there are 90, 80, 75 50 and 30 ball bingo rooms to try, along with a wide array of alternative slot and casino-style options. Tickets are available from free up to 15p, and there are some nice promotions, with more free tickets the more you deposit. The graphics are well designed and clearly a bit of time and effort has gone into the theme. The chat rooms were busy and lively enough when I visited, and the prizes on offer are those standard to the LBN network – good but not earth-shattering.
Overall, this review of Naughty Bingo is a bit mixed. I like the idea behind the theme and that they’ve tried to do something a bit different. The site offers plenty of variety and runs smoothly enough. Ultimately though, it is a pretty standard LBN site under the skin, which means that it is a good site, but not really exceptional. So Naughty Bingo is well worth a visit, like its growing network of sister sites, but it doesn’t really deliver the “naughty” thrills it promises: even the link to the promised “naughty boys” on the Community Page didn’t work.
The conclusion therefore, is that this site is more Marks & Spencer than Ann Summers, and the promised naughty boys are clearly more likely to be Dennis the Menace or Just William than Jamie Dornan!
There are alternative games galore to choose from on this site. For those looking for more than just Bingo, there are loads of slots, scratch cards and casino style games to keep you interested.
The software on Naughty Bingo is supplied by Cozy Games.
I couldn’t find specific details of Naughty Bingo’s loyalty offer, but the typical Live Bingo Network scheme features four levels. You start at Silver, with 1001 points required for Gold, 2501 for VIP and 5001 for SVIP level. Each level provides increasingly generous deposit bonuses. You earn one point for every pound spent on bingo, but only for every £10 on other games. Check on-site to make sure this applies to Naughty Bingo.
All the commonly used credit and debit payment methods are available, together with a limited range of e-payment choices. The minimum deposit is £10. Making a payment is a simple process of registering your personal and account details, then clicking on “Banking”. Just choose an amount and the fun begins.
The wagering requirement is four times your deposit + bonus (10 x for other games). Further bonuses carry a wagering requirement of 8 x for bingo and 20 x for other games. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30. You can expect to wait around seven days before your funds reach your account.
Naughty Bingo is licensed and registered via the Isle of Man. This territory is “whitelisted” by the UK Gambling Commission and is therefore considered safe to play in the UK.
Please visit Naughty Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Naughty Bingo without wagering any real money.