All Star Games
All Stars Bingo Review
All Stars Bingo opened its doors in December 2014 and has become one of the latest members of the illustrious 15 Network. This network is a fast growing entity that has some of the most popular online gaming brands affiliated with it, such as Clucky Bingo.
In addition to being part of a four-year-old network, All Stars Bingo uses the Jumpman Gaming Limited software, another well-known name within the sector. This means that the site is regulated and licensed by Alderney, a gambling control commission. All of these prestigious companies not only ensure that the All Stars Bingo brand is safe, but that it offers the very best entertainment to its customers.
The domain has a very distinct, if not overly impressive, blue and silver colour scheme. Furthermore, it connects the name of the site with the design and includes hundreds of star icons over the homepage. Although it isn't as professional looking as rival gaming pages, it is still a friendly and accessible platform.
To begin playing you need to register as a member, a process that while inconvenient doesn't take too long to complete; if you don't sign up you won't be able to play the games. After you're all set up a new tab becomes available to you that will open a separate window and introduce all the gaming possibilities.
So that players can navigate with ease, All Stars Bingo is split into categorises. You can choose from Video Bingo, Instants, Jackpots, 75 Ball, 90 Ball, and Slots, although a newbie option is shown for the first seven days of your membership.
The bingo games adopt two of the most beloved bingo formats, both of which are accessible across multiple rooms via the lobby. What is more, there are a couple of free versions of these games if you don't wish to deposit any funds. As for the slots, there are quite a few variations to sink your teeth into, although users that frequent other sites from within the 15 Network will find many of them familiar.
Paid games can start from as little as 5p and tend to not rise above £2. What is more, all the games have jackpots, even the free ones, although free matches tend to turnover far less impressive prizes.
Loyalty and Membership
The VIP Scheme is worth pursuing if you intend to be a regular player on All Stars. The special membership has a grand total of five levels for you to work through, if you so wish, which are Member, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Black.
According to the company, the rewards you can expect as you level up become bigger and better, meaning you get more benefits if you're a more loyal users. However, there is no clear indication of what you actually get for each tier, a factor that may put some customers off. Either way, there are plenty of bonuses up for grabs.
All Star Games Depositing Information
Maestro, Mastercard, Pay by Phone Bill, Paypal, paysafecard, Visa, Visa Electron*
*PLEASE NOTE: UK Players Can No Longer Deposit With A Credit Card.
|Accepted Currencies||British Pounds, Euros|
|Loyalty Scheme?||Yes, points mean cash or prizes at All Star Games. Receive loyalty points on your bingo card purchases. Trade points for a bingo bonus|
All Star Games Information
|Games available||75 ball bingo, 90 ball bingo, Arcade games, Bingo, Instant games, Slots|
|Companies that own this site||Jumpman Gaming|
|Download Required?||No, you are not required to download this bingo game, there is an instant play version at All Star Games.|
|Downloadable version also available?||No, All Star Games does not offer a downloadable version but you can play instantly on the site.|
|Chat Rooms Available?||No|
|Choose your own bingo cards?||No|
|Play For Fun?||No|
|Rooms Offering Free Bingo?||Yes|
|Support Email||[email protected]|
|Support Phone numbers||01481 734554|
|Live Chat Available||YES|
|Licenses||Alderney Gambling Commission, UK Gambling Commission|
|Restricted Countries||Australia, United States|