Zingo Bingo Review
Zingo Bingo was the third site on the 15 Network powered by Jumpman Gaming. At the time it joined founding sites Lights Camera Bingo and Showreel Bingo. Whilst many early adopters of the Jumpman platform have fallen by the wayside, Zingo have survived. They've changed hands a couple of times and have been revamped on the new look platform that offers slots and bingo.
The Zingo website is pretty basic. It's dominated by large blocks of colour and a simple logo. The word Zingo seems to stem from a word based version of bingo. Anyway new players to Zingo Bingo are welcomed with an invitation to spin the Mega Wheel on a first deposit of £10. Spinning the wheel gives you the chance to win up to 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites or Starburst. Depositors who add £20 or more are also given the chance to spin the wheel too. Wagering terms apply to wins from the free spins as they are paid out as a bonus.
Login to Zingo Bingo and you will be greeted with an extensive range of slots but a less than impressive selection of bingo rooms. When Zingo first launched it offered 75 and 90 ball rooms plus up to £3000 jackpot games. Despite the Jumpman platform but over time there were fewer rooms and lower jackpots. In 2020 Jumpman closed their rooms and replaced them with Pragmatic Play's product so that players now have access to 75, 80 and 90 ball games. These are also joined by Bingo Millions 90 Ball and an instant win version of the game.
The arrival of these plugin games may well improve the bingo offering on Jumpman. Without them there's not really much to get overly excited about. Thankfully you will find a wide selection of top slots from many providers. These include Net Entertainment, Eyecon Games and Yggdrasil. Amongst the top slots you will find Book Of Oz, The Goonies, Diamond Mine Megaways, White Wizard Deluxe, Stampede and Ted. Dig deeper and you'll find a bunch of Megaways slots and progressive jackpots.
Promotions & Trophies
Complete tasks by playing regularly at Zingo Bingo to win trophies. Meet the targets and you'll move up the VIP Levels. Every new level you unlock gets you a Free Spin of the Mega Wheel and another chance to win up to 500 spins. All other promotions you'll find at Zingo are network based. This means you can enjoy daily cashback as well as a weekly opportunity to collect spins during Happy Hours every Wednesday.
Bingo players can play free bingo every day and this is highlighted in the promotions section. However the free room is only open between 10am - 11am and 10pm - 11pm. Note that the free games are only available to players who have funded in the last 7 days. VIP players (Bronze Level or higher) have their own free room and this is open midday - 1pm and 11pm to midnight.
When we last updated our Zingo review we said "it'd be nice to see some activity on social media". Zingo was originally owned by the people behind Which Bingo but had recently changed hands. Since then the brand has pretty much done very little other than get revamped for the new look Jumpman Gaming platform. With over 150 new additions to the same platform it's hard to make a case for it as better (or indeed worse) than it's sister brands.
If you enjoy slots then Zingo will give you plenty of choice. With respect to bingo though it definately lacks any zing. The addition of Bingo Millions and Pragmatic Play Bingo is welcome but more needs to be done to attract new players and old players back. Finally just one point regarding the welcome offer. Winning up to 500 spins sounds attractive but on the same note it's possible to win nothing. It's also worth noting that all withdrawals incur a £2.50 admin fee.