Rio Bingo Review
Updated On Wednesday 23rd April 2014
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Rio Bingo is the latest site to come from the people behind Costa Bingo. Surprisingly it uses the Cassava/Dragonfish platform rather than the company's own software which powers Bgo.com. Like Costa it's a big, bold and bright site - and perhaps launched just in time to capitalise on the big sporting events that will be taking place in Brazil!
£5 Free - No Deposit
New players to Rio Bingo are offered £5 free with no deposit plus a 500% first deposit bonus (available on £5 or £10). Newbies can also get 24 hours of free access to the super-exclusive Hello Rio room. This special room offers guaranteed jackpots of £15 every single hour! All players have access to a Free Room too - whether they're funded or not.
Like other sites from this stable there are plenty of rewards for depositing players including free bingo and free games. These include the £10K Street Party that plays every Friday at 10pm. All players who have deposited in the previous seven days will get six free cards. Our feeling is that this will be linked game to Costa Crazy over on Costa Bingo rather than an exclusive to Rio players.
Join The Beach Party
As you'd expect there are 90 and 75 ball rooms at Rio including the usual 5 line (Swedish Bingo) games. Slots are also here and these include Fluffy Favourites, Millionaire Genie, Sugar Train, Jack Hammer 2, Temple of Isis, Piggy Payout and many more. Surprisingly there's no welcome promotions featuring slot games but we suspect in time that there will be the occasional tournaments.
Promotions wise and compared to Costa, Sing and City things are a little light on the Rio sand. Currently there's the £10K Street Party as already mentioned, a Beach Party Jackpot that runs every hour between 9am and 11pm, 1p football themed games that play at 7pm, 9pm and 11pm and Samba Surprise. In the latter games you get to play mystery bingo where the full house could be for cash, points or even prizes. Hopefully they'll be more big prize games as the site grows.
Rio Bingo looks very impressive - as colourful as Mardi Gras and as vibrant as the Brazilian City. It looks like it will be mirroring it's sister site Costa rather than Sing, City or Fancy! The future looks bright for this brand and it will be exciting to see how it develops given the journey that Costa has taken up to now.