Quackpot Bingo Review
One of the latest additions to the Cozy Game Limited software corporation and Live Bingo Network (aka LBN) is Quack Pot Bingo. From the name alone you imagine the website to be adorned with heavily themed symbols such as ducks, ponds, etc, and yet there's none of that to be found. In fact, the very lack of theme creates a sense of disappointment before you begin. The aesthetics of this new website don't feel very fresh and new at all, especially when you take into account the other platforms that have launched in 2015 so far; the page is visually flat and very old school.
Despite the less than stimulating design, the site is easy to navigate, with everything you need categorised into tabs at the top of the homepage. What is more, the Quack Pot Bingo brand appears to take customer safety very seriously, and as such makes up for lack of design flare in customer service. It is one of the websites saving graces, although it's a small one.
Moving onto the games, there is a fairly varied selection of games; approximately 35 different activities in total. Although this isn't exactly the most dynamic list of games we've seen before, they still offer you enough entertainment if you manage to find something that interests you.
As the name bluntly hints, the majority of the games here are bingo based, and range from 90, 80, 75, 50, and even 30 ball format. If you're a huge bingo fan then this site has got a lot of bases covered. What is more, there is several versions of each format, often with differing jackpots, meaning you can stand to win big if you try your hand at them all.
When it comes to the slots, again the variation is decent but limited. Moreover, if you're familiar with other LBN websites, then you will recognise most if not all of the games shown on site. Also within this section you can engage with Live Chat, and even browse the Leader Board if you're feeling competitive.
In addition to these two Quack Pot Bingo areas, there is also the Tournament lounge for gamers to enjoy if they so wish.
The biggest redeeming feature of all of the above is that it's set up to work seamlessly on mobile devices, meaning you can have some fun while on the move. However, although it's a good function to have for a modern website, it still doesn't seem to compensate for the lack of impact Quack Pot Bingo has.
What does strike us as unusual is all the egg based puns and promotional offers lined up on this website. It's almost like they've taken the name and injected it into their rewards, and yet they've forgotten to incorporate the idea anywhere else.
Overall, Quack Pot Bingo feels like an under-prepared gaming platform for this day and age, especially when so many new sites are being launched. Nonetheless, there is still some entertainment to be had if you can look past it's flaws.
Quackpot Bingo Depositing Information
|First Deposit Bonus||300% 18+ Only. Terms Apply|
|Second Deposit Bonus||150% 18+ Only. Terms Apply|
|Third Deposit Bonus||100% 18+ Only. Terms Apply|
|Payment methods||Boku, Delta, Mastercard, Neteller, Paypal, paysafecard, Solo, Switch / Maestro, UKash, Visa, Visa Electron|
|Accepted Currencies||British Pounds|
|Loyalty Scheme?||Yes, points mean cash or prizes at Quackpot Bingo . Receive loyalty points on your bingo card purchases. Trade points for a bingo bonus|
|Bingo Ticket Prices||0.02, 0.03, 0.05, 0.10, 0.20, 0.25, 0.50, 1.00|