The dictionary definition of Utopia is 'Place of Ideal Perfection' but sadly, Utopia Bingo is anything but that.
It runs on the fairly rare Aberrant Software, which is popular in Scandinavian countries. The first thing that hits you in the face like a mud pie is the dull brown and red colour scheme of the homepage. Hardly enough to get you inspired and fired up.
Things get off to an okay start with a free £10 no deposit bonus, plus a first deposit bonus of 100%. Navigation is difficult and confusing, especially as most of the prices seem to be in Swedish kroner. Offers are few and far between as well – indeed, pretty much all I could find was that welcome offer.
VIPs get 20% extra on every deposit, but would you really stick around at this site long enough to work your way up through the VIP levels?
There are two main varieties of game on offer – 90 ball, and 75 ball Swedish variant. Ticket prices were rather expensive, and some of the rooms were virtually empty.
So – if I were you, I'd avoid Utopia Bingo, and seek your state of perfection elsewhere.
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