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Miss Bingo is part of Global Gaming Net, which has operated in online gaming for years, most notably in the casino gaming venue. Miss Bingo is their first foray into bingo, and has proven a tremendous success thus far.
Miss Bingo offers not one, but two loyalty rewards programs, giving players greater chances than ever to cash in on their love for bingo. Their Game Analyzer system lets players review ever game ever played, in full graphical detail, perfect for reliving those glorious wins, or lamenting those tragic one-to-go defeats.
As one would probably suspect from the name, Miss Bingo is a site geared towards the female audience, which is certainly not a bad move, as most bingo players are female at any rate. The site is covered with pink font, and has the look you would expect from the name. Highlighting just how deep the attention to females goes, there’s a recipe section on the site, with recipes submitted by other players. These may just inspire your next meal creation, if you can break away from the bingo that is.
This look carries over into the software, with pink flowers dotting the background, pink game cards, purple tabs, and a light blue splash here or there for contrast. The main difference between the site and software is that while the site is somewhat spartan and bland in its design, the software is actually quite attractive. It doesn’t hurt that everything is well laid out and easily navigable, with plenty of further options to customize the setup and bingo playing experience. All told this may be one of the nicest software packages you’ll find.
Miss Bingo has all the usual bingo suspects with three major rooms accounting for both 75 and 90 ball bingo fun. Games in each room come in a variety of buy in rates and with varying patterns to keep things fresh. Two of the rooms feature chat games rolling 24/7, and each houses varying jackpots. There are plenty of specials running daily, weekly and monthly as well.
You can also enjoy some other games directly from the bingo software, which includes Keno, Jacks or Better, and plenty of different video slots games, some with progressive jackpots. There’s also Megaball, a collection of 8 games in 1 with different betting strategies for each.
Deposits and withdraws can be accomplished via Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Moneybookers, wire transfer, bank transfer, and Citadel.