It was back in May of last year that we first reported on Palace Bingo [read more here] and it’s choice of network for launch. Today we can reveal that the site is now open for business.
As we suggested in a later article about Palace Bingo, the site has a very literal design [read more here] and features a cartoon image of a younger Queen Elizabeth II and one of her corgis.
The palace itself bears no resemblance to Buckingham Palace, but looks more like a fairytale castle fit for a princess, but is the gaming experience worthy of the royal seal of approval?
The honest answer is not really.
No Royal Seal Of Approval For Palace Bingo
The reason that we don’t think it worthy of a seal of approval is simple – it’s just like many other brands on the Wheel of Slots network (WSN). There’s nothing new or exciting, the promotions are standard to the network and actually, the site piggy backs on the name of a retail bingo brand.
That’s not unusual for the people behind Palace Bingo, the WSN site. They have already incurred the wrath of Paddy Power by launching Paddy Bingo.
What the site offers is a limited number of bingo rooms, a product that is more slots focused than bingo and an overall experience that is far inferior to that found on many other platforms available on the Internet currently.
Rolling Out The Red Carpet Or Beating A Moth Eaten Rug?
The welcome offer is also standard to the network. You deposit £10 and you get to spin the wheel to determine the number of free spins / bingo tickets you will receive and also, on what game.
If you win free bingo tickets, these play on the next Daily Fifty game. For free spins, the wagering on winnings is 40x the amount won.