Byworth Entertainment Bingo Sites

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Byworth Entertainment Ltd supplies highly customizable bingo software to around 15 different sites, and probably offers more demonstrable variety in its games than any other maker of bingo software. Whilst some of its competitors no doubt have the capability to offer the breadth of gameplay that you’ll find across the sites that Byworth power, you won’t generally see what they’re capable of whereas a quick look at Byworth’s clients’ sites shows even the casual viewer a great variety of games:

The usual 90 and 75 ball offerings are present on all the sites, normally in regular bought ticket form along with versions that are free to funded players and other versions that offer tickets in exchange for loyalty points.

The more recent 80 and 30 ball games are also available on Byworth sites, stealing them a march on many of their competitors who haven’t taken these newer speed bingo ideas on board yet – and all the 90, 75, 30 and 80 ball games come with progressive jackpots ranging from hundreds of pounds for cheaper 1p to 5p cards up to several thousand for the pricier 10p to 15p cards.

There’s a big emphasis on single player games, with all four basic game types (90, 75, 80 and 30 ball) available, referred to on the sites as Jingo Bingo. In these instant games players attempt to match their chosen card numbers and patterns with balls drawn at random as usual. In all versions, prize levels are calculated by the game software, based on how many balls were required to achieve a bingo.

Additional instant games on some sites offer even more for the single player: The aim with these games is to match ticket numbers with a pre-determined pattern after the drawing of 53, 50, 55 or 16 balls respectively in 90, 75, 80 or 30 ball games. These pay out up to 500, 600, 500 or 200 times the bet amount.

Whilst not known for offering a bingo network, access to networked games is offered from some sites using Byworth software, though they are in the minority and are not heavily promoted. Players seeking jackpots from large, pooled fund networks might, therefore be better off elsewhere.

Byworth Entertainment is a division of Byworth Investments Ltd, which was founded in 1999 and is licenced in the Netherlands Antilles. Whilst this domain isn’t a UK Whitelisted jurisdiction, UK players need not worry as far as their own protection is concerned, as sites that use Byworth’s software can be licenced anywhere they wish.

 Corporate details for Byworth are not available online, though Byworth Investments have stated publicly that their aim is to offer investment opportunities in evolving markets, particularly in the US and Europe.

As far as pro0motions are concerned you’ll typically find a daily free spin on a wheel of fortune game, a £10 free bingo no depositjoining bonus, 350% welcome bonus, 75% reload bonus, a £15 referral scheme and £5 for becoming a Facebook Friend. In amongst all of this can be found more specific, one-off deals and lots of references to free games, cheap games and other features that aren’t really promos but game varieties – but the overall package is easily as good, if not better than most.

The side games at Byworth sites weigh in at about average, with around 20 fairly rudimentary slots, and instant win games, seven varieties of videopoker and just one Blackjack game and a Caribbean Stud game to keep it company in the casino games section. Having said that, side games don’t need to be the best slots on the web, and many would indeed argue that they would distract players from the bingo if they were too impressive.

Byworth offer an excellent banking facility, with sites accepting deposits through Visa, Mastercard, Electron, Maestro, Solo, Switch, UKash, Paysafecard, Skrill (Moneybookers), Neteller, Instadebit and Clickandbuy. Cashouts are subject to a minimum of £30, and take up to 48 hours to process. Withdrawals are made via the method you used to deposit by default, unless deposits are made by pre-paid voucher.

Software Features


Sites using Byworth’s software are able to operate it via a licence from Plex Gaming Ltd, a Malta-registered software outfit that works closely with Byworth.


Industry standard P-128 bit Secure Socket Layer technology can be found on all sites that use Byworth software.

Player Offers

The aforementioned range of offers represents about 65% of all those available from Byworth, and most of those quoted appear on virtually all of the 15 or so sites at present.

Game Features