Wayne's LeoVegas Bingo review

LeoVegas are first and foremost a casino site. They've been a casino site for many years, but in October 2020 they decided to launch a bingo section using software from Pragmatic Play Bingo.

As a result, they now have access to the majority of bingo rooms on the Pragmatic Network, with the exception of Bingo Blast which is not currently available on the LeoVegas site for unknown reasons.

LeoVegas is a pretty good casino brand, one that I already was a member of and have had no issues with. The bingo is just standard Pragmatic network, so nothing especially exciting or different from anywhere else. All of the bingo rooms have names such as Lion's Roar, Lion's Den, etc, but really these are just the same rooms networked on other sites just with a new name.

That being said, if you've not played on Pragmatic bingo before it is still a decent enough place to kick off from. The signup offer for new players includes a no deposit deal which is worth checking out, plus if you enjoy slots then there are literally hundreds and hundreds to choose from across the rest of the LeoVegas site.

All in all, yes it's got bingo. It's ok, but nothing special.

Bingo Rooms

LeoVegas has the standard mix of 90, 75 and 80 ball rooms, as well as the 'Roll On Bingo' room that was recently added to the network. It does not have Bingo Blast, which is a unique variant available only on Pragmatic sites, but not this one it seems.

  • 90 Ball Bingo
  • 80 Ball Bingo
  • 75 Ball Bingo

When the site first launched they did have a standalone room called Leos In Heaven, which had free bingo for a couple of hours each evening.

"No deposit and no wagering on the signup bonus is hard to ignore, but the bingo is not much to look at."

How to join LeoVegas Bingo

If you click on the 'Open Account' button in the top corner, it will pop open a 2-step registration form. It asks for all the usual bits of information such as name, email, address and mobile number before you can join.

Make sure you choose the welcome offer you want, as there may be 2 or 3 you can choose from. There isn't a bingo-specific offer, so you can usually go for the casino offer which will likely include some kind of free spins. All the info is there for you on the registration form, including T&Cs.

Remember, they do usually have a no deposit offer, so you can always go straight in and try that before making a deposit.

LeoVegas Bingo Login

The login box for LeoVegas is at the top of the page. Just enter your email and password in and hit the log in button and you're good to go.

How to find the bingo games

LeoVegas is primarily a casino brand, so to get to the bingo you have to select it from the main menu, although you may see it on the homepage via a promotional slider.

Once there you will see all of the rooms available. I find the details such as player numbers and prize money are a little hard to read, but if you click on any you will go directly to that room.

As I prefer the standard Pragmatic Play bingo lobby, you can get to this once the room is open. Just click on the home icon at the top and suddenly you will see all of the rooms in a much easier to read layout.

How to make a deposit at LeoVegas Bingo

The deposit button can be found in the top right corner of the site, where it displays your balance. Clicking on this opens the cashier where you can switch between deposit or withdraw screens.

Deposit methods include:

  • Debit Card
  • Instant Bank Transfer
  • PayPal
  • Paysafecard
  • Skrill
  • Neteller

I haven't tried the Instant Bank Transfer yet, but it appears they are pushing this as their recommended option. I may have to test it out at some point to see just how instant it actually is!

The minimum deposit amount at LeoVegas is £10.

How to withdraw

If you've managed to win some money and want to withdraw it, well done. Open up the cashier in the same way as if you were going to deposit, and once it pops open just switch to the withdraw screen.

It should default and show the methods you have previously used to make a deposit. So for me, because I used a debit card for my deposits here I only see the options of Instant Bank Transfer and Debit Card. I believe had I used PayPal instead I would have this option visible on withdraw.

Click the method you wish to use and then follow the on-screen instructions.

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Free Bingo at LeoVegas

Like most Pragmatic sites there isn't any dedicated free bingo room to speak of. Perhaps in the future they may consider free bingo as a time-limited promotion, but for now it is very early days for the site I do not expect it.

Does LeoVegas Bingo have an app?

There is a LeoVegas app that existed before they added bingo, but it doesn't appear that they've updated it yet to include bingo as one of the options in the menu. However, if you scroll down you will eventually get to a point where there is a big 'LET'S PLAY BINGO!' button.

If you've been on the site before and played bingo, the last rooms you played in will also appear near the top in the 'Last Played' section. I'm sure at some point LeoVegas will look to amend the menu so there is an easier way into the bingo section.

Who owns LeoVegas?

LeoVegas is the main casino brand owned by LeoVegas Group, a publicly traded company originally from Sweden. They were founded in 2011 by Gustaf Hagman and Robin Ramm-Ericson.

They have long been primarily focused in online casino and sportsbook, but added Pragmatic Play's bingo product to the site in October 2020.

How to contact LeoVegas Bingo

If you click on the support link in the top menu you will find a link to their help centre as well as a live chat and email.

The email if you wish to contact for the UK is support-gb@leovegas.com

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