At the end of November we told you about Betfred Bingo's makeover and how impressed we were with it. Well, anything Betfred can do... so can William Hill. They've also decided it's high time to tidy up their offering to players and they've done an equally as good a job! The site is now simpler to use and works brilliantly on all devices.
The new look for William Hill Bingo has resulted in a number of changes. First off the logo has been chopped so that "William Hill" sits at the top left of the site and "Bingo" sits below it. The squashed homepage has now been opened out and offers more information. This includes showing bingo games starting, popular slots, all the bingo rooms and a schedule.
The slideshow at the top of the site remains, but it now looks a lot tidier and the information shown is much clearer. The makeover continues across other pages on the bingo channel which means it's much easier to find out the latest promotions etc. Bingo lingo, calls etc. are now hidden away under 'Help & Support' although someone could do with updating Cameron's Den to Theresa's at some point! They can always refer to our bingo calls if needed!
One thing we especially like about the new makeover is being able to see all the rooms that are available to players at William Hill Bingo. A new player would previously have never known they had so many. The new look also makes it easier to discover the brand's exclusive rooms too.
Missing in action though is William Hill's recent new game called Day At The Races. Cash Cube Bingo and Bingo Bowl are listed under 'Specials' but the horse racing themed 40 ball game is omitted. We wonder whether this is just an oversight or whether the game never really grabbed player's imaginations? Hopefully it'll return at a future date or new variations will be added.
Both William Hill and Betfred Bingo have revealed fabulous new looks in the past month. These changes make their brands look good and more accessible. Hopefully this will make them both more competitive in the New Year. With all these changes afoot we're now hoping to see makeovers at Paddy Power and Ladbrokes - both lag behind in site quality comparison to their bookie rivals.
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