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    Rovers Bingo

    Score a shedload of cash playing at Rovers Bingo.

    Players from Russian Federation accepted

    • Football-themed bingo site that works well on mobile.
    • 200% bonus when you sign up and deposit £10.
    • Play slots, instant win games and other casino favorites.
    • 75-ball and 90-ball bingo hosted 24 hours a day.

    Rovers Bingo Review

    If you’re a British male of a certain age, you’ll remember a cartoon called Roy of the Rovers. Its protagonist banged in the goals every week from impossible angles for his boyhood team. Rovers Bingo is a site on a similar tip, its mascot a smug sunglasses-wearing dog in a football top. One part retro football to one part cartoon pet, Rovers Bingo is a simple concept but one that works. It’s a cheery looking place, aided by the rising sun that extends its golden rays across the homepage header.

    There’s a £20 free play offer for new players and a spin of the wheel to look forward to, a spin that could net you £2,500... or which on the other hand could net you just £5. The site specialises in 75-ball and 90-ball bingo with a side order of slots to keep things fresh.

    “If you are sick and tired of landing on a new bingo site only to find that you have seen the promotions many times before, then Rovers bingo is the place for you!” gushes the homepage. Take a note of that promise because it’s one we’ll be returning to later to much comedic effect.


    About Rovers Bingo

    Rovers Bingo is operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited. The company are registered in Alderney but also hold a license issued by the UK Gambling Commission. The trouble with Jumpman Gaming sites is that they all suffer from the same flaws. Then again, on the plus side, they all benefit from having the same positive features, like secure payments and games that have been independently verified to ensure fair play and honest pay outs.

    The site launched in 2012, and was soon followed by a string of other bingo sites, all the same style, but delivered with varying degrees of panache and success. Like all Jumpman Gaming sites, the servers controlling Rovers Bingo are located in Guernsey. The day those servers go down is the day that Jumpman Gaming’s entire revenue stream disappears. The About page detailing what Rovers Bingo offers is basically the same as all of its owners’ other sites, so there’s nothing new to be learned there.

    The Bonuses

    We said we were going to talk about promotions, didn’t we? Specifically we said we were going to parse the following sentence which appears on Rovers Bingo’s homepage: “If you are sick and tired of landing on a new bingo site only to find that you have seen the promotions many times before, then Rovers bingo is the place for you!”

    Interesting. Let’s take a look at these unique and utterly individualistic one-of-a-kind promotions that Rovers Bingo have devised as an antidote to the usual tropes:

    We have Monday Madness. We have Friday Takeaway. We have a VIP programme, jackpot games, a refer a friend scheme and £300 of prize money in the Weekend Wad bingo game. We have every single promotion offered at every single Jumpman Gaming bingo site on the internet – and that’s a lot of sites.

    If you’re sick and tired of seeing the same old promotions, whatever you do, don’t pay a visit to Rovers Bingo. These promotions are so tired that just reading them is enough to send you into a coma.

    Rovers Bingo Bonus & Promotion

    First Deposit
    200% + £5-£2,500
    (4x Bingo) (40x Slots)

    Credit or Debit Cards Only

    To get started at Rovers Bingo, you’ll need to deposit funds into your playing account. To do this, you’ll need to own a credit or debit card. Specifically, you’ll need to own a Visa Debit, Visa Credit, Visa Electron, Maestro, MasterCard or Solo. Those are the only deposit options that Rovers Bingo – and indeed all Jumpman Gaming sites – accept.

    The minimum deposit amount is £5 and the minimum withdrawal is £30. There’s a 48-hour wait before funds are released. After that it can supposedly take 7-14 days for funds to show up on your card, which seems like an inordinately long amount of time.

    Be a Winner

    Many of Jumpman Gaming’s sites have a page dedicated to displaying winners. This ‘social proof’ gives each site added credibility and provides reassurance that there really are some major prizes to be won at the site. In the case of bingo, these prizes are modest – the site’s biggest winner has pocketed just over £500. The biggest winner of the instant games category, on the other hand, has won over £27,000.

    Bingo Rooms

    75-ball bingo. 90-ball bingo. Those are the two types of bingo you can play at all Jumpman Gaming sites. Those are the two types of bingo you can play at Rovers Bingo, but within those confines there’s plenty of variety at least. After all, a game of 90-ball bingo that costs 1p to enter has much less at stake – and much more casual chatter – than a game that costs £1 where the jackpot runs into several hundred pounds.

    Different rooms have different names and, while some are in operation 24 hours a day, others only operate during peak times. The Lucky Stars room, for example, is open all round the clock and tickets cost between 1p and £1. In the Free Bingo room, it costs nothing to play of course, but the most you’ll win from a single game is £1.

    Glitz ‘n’ Glam is open from 7pm-12am and Golden Balls from 1pm to midnight. For all its shortcomings, the range of bingo rooms you can play at is good.

    Other Games

    The good news is there are other games to be played at Rovers Bingo. The bad news is that there’s no means of telling what these are. Why? Because Jumpman Gaming doesn’t want to reveal them for some reason.

    Most of their sites are equally furtive. This is a policy that serves no practical purpose whatsoever and which certainly won’t endear Rovers Bingo to casual visitors. There are scratch cards and slots. This much is known. There are possibly table games. And these games probably include Shaman’s Dream, Temple of Iris and Fluffy Favourites.

    This is all guesswork however based on other Jumpman Gaming bingo sites. It shouldn’t be necessary to play detective in order to determine the games that can be played at a gambling website. There’s no need for any of this stuff to remain under wraps. Still, if you’re the sort who enjoys surprises, by all means sign up at Rovers Bingo and wait to discover the 5-reel delights that await you.

    Rovers Rating

    Rovers Bingo is a below par site that looks good on first impression but turns out to be much worse. It works as a bingo site, and it probably works as a general casino games site too but this can’t be confirmed. Whether the site’s boast of its original promotions is just a trolling attempt or a claim that its operators genuinely believe is hard to tell. Online casinos are a breeding ground for preposterous claims, but that one takes the biscuit.

    There are a few things to recommend about Rovers Bingo admittedly. The bingo games look pretty fun, customer support is good and the site seems to be secure. That’s as far as it goes though. Thematically, Rovers Bingo is inoffensive, and it’s easy to navigate on a range of devices, from mobile to desktop. But there the positives end.


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