Rosy Bingo Review
Rosy Bingo launched in 2018 however this site has actually been online since 2011 when it was known as Rehab. UKGC interventions meant that a name change was required. Therefore Rosy was born! Back in the day Rehab was primarily an Irish player bingo brand, but these days it seems to have lost pretty much all of it's roots. That said you can still enjoy playing top slots and bingo powered by Pragmatic Play.
Rosy Bingo is part of the Broadway Gaming stable that includes Butlers Bingo and Glossy. The site is mainly blue with a rose field background giving a slight nod towards the brand. There's little bingo related information on the homepage. There are progressive jackpot totals and the latest top slots, but beyond that it's quite limited looking.
Rosy Bingo Welcome Offer
New players to Rosy Bingo are offered a first deposit welcome bonus. Register, login and deposit £10 to get £100 worth of spins on Magic of Sahara. Any wins from these spins will be paid as a bonus. The wagering requirement is x50 which is absurdly high if you're looking to just play bingo at Butlers. If that was the case then we'd advise not accepting the welcome offer slots players may feel this bonus us OK though as it's comparable to similar games bonuses where wagering terms vary from x40 to x65 and sometimes even higher.
Visit the new bingo lobby at Rosy and you'll find a handful of bingo rooms now powered by Pragmatic Play. These include The Broadway Room (90), Friendship (90), Sapphire, Speed Bingo (30), Spinner Room and Rainbow Room. In addition you can also play Bingo Blast, a speedy 90 ball variant. Ticket prices are reasonable and the rooms are active. Typically you'll find that bingo tickets cost between 1p and 25p. All these rooms are shared with other Broadway Gaming owned brands such as Dotty Bingo and Glossy Bingo. Note that some bingo rooms are cash only and therefore no bonuses can be used in the room and wins are paid in real money.
Rosy Bingo Promotions
Slots form a strong element of Rosy Bingo - as they do at pretty much every bingo brand these days. Top games include Crystal Rift, Shogun Of Time, Zombie Hoard, Agent Jane Blone Returns, Bookie Of Odds and Icy Gems. These are joined by casino games such as roulette, blackjack and video poker. Slot Sprints tournaments are a recent new addition and they give you the chance to win real cash prizes every week.
Rosy Bingo runs regular promotions although these are shared with it's sister sites. Promotions have included Jackpot Got2Go where a £1000 jackpot is guaranteed and the Fab4 Jackpot where there are 4 chances to win the big cash pot. During 2018 the Broadway group gave their players the chance to win cars, holidays and cash prizes in big monthly promos. Now the brands have moved to Pragmatic Play we're unsure how player promotions will develop.
Rosy Bingo is accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. The minimum deposit is £10 whilst the minimum withdrawal is £10. Withdrawals under £10 are subject to a disappointing £2 fee. However that has changed from under £20 and we suspect most withdrawing players would not incur this fee. Progressive jackpot wins can't be withdrawn in full. Monthly admin fees are charged should your account become dormant and still contain funds.
As with all brands, Rosy has positives and negatives. We like the active bingo rooms, regular promotions and the occasional specials. However, the wagering terms and various player terms aren't particularly attractive. We've struggled to get a soft spot for the Microgaming platform and feel more comfortable playing on Virtue Fusion or Dragonfish brands. The move to Pragmatic Play bingo therefore may encourage more players to visit. However a welcome offer for bingo players may facilitate that further.