Wayne's Coral Bingo Review
Coral Bingo is another one of those big sportsbook brands who I've largely avoided over the years, simply because I felt they never really gave their bingo product enough attention. It was part of the Playtech bingo network, but didn't do anything special to make it stand out in any way.
In 2018 the company was bought by GVC Holdings and in 2020 the site moved to the GVC Electraworks network. This was a massive change for existing Coral players, who no longer had access to popular bingo games like Deal or No Deal Bingo and Rainbow Riches Bingo.
Although GVC now have total control over the bingo software, it seems they are not prioritising bingo on Coral just yet. Compared to the other sites on this new network (Foxy Bingo, Ladbrokes Bingo & Cheeky Bingo) it has overall less bingo rooms than the others.
This is of no real surprise to me, as ultimately Coral is a male-orientated sportsbook brand. Bingo is never going to be the leading product, so it is better for them to concentrate on where their main customers are.
As mentioned, there are a few less rooms at Coral Bingo than at it's sister sites. They are mainly 90 ball rooms, with a couple of 75 ball, an 80 ball and a couple of unique variants thrown into the mix. Not technically bingo, but if you enjoy Slingo games you can find these at Coral but you have to head for the Slots or Gaming section to play those games.
More than just bingo
Coral is primarily a sportsbook and casino operator, so if you enjoy a bet or playing slots and casino games then you have to look at the overall package, which is pretty impressive.
Although you can signup as a bingo player, you can easily switch between different areas of Coral from the same account. This includes Sports, Gaming, Casino, Live Casino, Slots, Bingo and Poker.