This site, formerly powered by Virtue Fusion, has now joined the Dragonfish stable. First impressions are of a colourful, well designed image of a mildly threatening tropical island with the standard depiction of a cartoon pirate (without his parrot) to the fore.
Ooh Aargh Me Hearties! Why do pirates always have a West Country accent?
Anyway, the question is: is there treasure to be found on this here site? Well, registration is a relatively simple process, although if you are already registered with a related site, you will need to choose a new username. Once inside, there are 90 and 75 ball bingo options. Everything is very colourful and smooth running, with plenty of options to choose from. It is all very attractively done, but there is little other than the clever theme to distinguish it from its new stable mates such as Costa, Bingola and Rio. Many of the games are the same, but with a suitable skull & cross bone / Tropical Island themed re-brand. The chat rooms and promotions are all pretty much as you would expect, with no unexpected gremlins popping up to spoil the Jolly Roger theme.
In conclusion, this review of Treasure Bingo finds a fun and visually appealing design, with some generously enticing introductory offers. Many will therefore be rightly tempted to give it a try. Although beneath the skin there is not much to distinguish it from its sister sites, there is more than enough treasure in prospect to reel a few of you trusty land lubbers in. And with its smooth-running and impressively colourful construction, you will not need to search too hard to find the riches buried within.
There is a wide range of alternative games, with over 30 slot options, together with a handful of progressive and roulette style choices.
Software is provided by Dragonfish.
Treasure Bingo runs a VIP scheme, running from Blue, through the precious metals to Platinum, based on the total amount spent on the site. You need to spend only £50 to reach Bronze, but a somewhat more dizzying £5,000 to reach Platinum. Diamond Points are also awarded for every pound spent, which can be converted to bonus funds, which can also be spent on Treasure’s sister sites.
The minimum deposit is £5. Payment methods include the standard Visa & Mastercard, along with a few limited money transfer and online voucher options.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £30, and you must have deposited a minimum of £20 in real funds before your first withdrawal. The normal wagering requirement is 8 x any introductory bonus + deposit, and 4 x any subsequent bonus + deposit. Unfunded games have a maximum win of £100, meaning that if you are lucky enough to “win” a large prize while playing for free, you will only get £100.
This site is owned by Mandalay Media, which is registered in the Isle of Man. It is also listed as being operated by Cassava Enterprises (owners of Dragonfish software), who are licensed and registered in Gibraltar. Since both territories are “whitelisted” by the UK Gambling Commission, this site is considered safe to play in the UK.
Please visit Treasure Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Treasure Bingo without wagering any real money.