The design of this site certainly lives up to its name, with the landing page being sparsely populated affair, with splashed gaudy colours and a “punky” typeface (for those of us that can remember the late 70s). Disappointingly, there are no safety pins. Once the easy registration process is completed, inside you will find more than a dozen different 90, 80 and 75 ball bingo rooms.
Raw Bingo is part of the Live Bingo Network, so the different rooms, games and promotions will be familiar to those who have visited any of its sister sites, such as Carboot, Galaxy or Grimms Bingo. There are plenty of options, which are well designed and easy to navigate. Indeed, beneath the “alternative” downbeat and determinedly un-glitzy style of the opening pages, the actual games and site are of the usual high standard. This is all to be expected from this popular Cozy Games designed template. The chatrooms were well-run and certainly lively, which is not surprising, given the rapidly expanding nature of this network.
In conclusion, this review of Raw Bingo’s site is broadly positive. The intentionally “different” look of the home pages is a refreshing change from the glitzy over-fancy fashioning of some other sites you may have seen. On the other hand, when you reach beneath the skin and enter the actual innards of the site, what you find is a pretty standard Live Bingo Network template, with little actually different on offer. Just like the real punks of the 70s, it re-joins the mainstream commercial market pretty swiftly after the initial burst.
So, in the end, your view of this site will depend upon your view of the network. If you think the development of this network is beginning to result in a behemoth to rival the enormity of the Dragonfish stable, you may be keen to look elsewhere. If, on the other hand you like the look and feel of the Cozy Games template then you’ll be more than happy with this offering.
The usual wide range of alternative slot, scratch card and casino style games are provided.
Raw Bingo’s software is designed by Cozy Games.
A basic Loyalty Scheme is offered. Every £1 spent on bingo earns you a point, and 100 points earns you £1 additional spending.
Depositing funds is a simple process. Once you have registered, just go to the lobby (entry page) and click on “Banking”. All the usual credit & debit options are available, together with a limited amount of e-payment methods. The minimum deposit amount is £10.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £30. The wagering requirement is that you must spend four times your original deposit + bonus before your first withdrawal. Other bonuses, such as the Daily Login Bonus, must be wagered 8 x.
Raw Bingo is registered and licensed via the Isle of Man. This territory is covered by the UK Gambling Commission and is therefore “whitelisted” and considered safe to play in the UK.
Please visit Raw Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Raw Bingo without wagering any real money.