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.
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.