Rosy Bingo are one of a handful of bingo sites owned by Broadway Gaming, and each site falling under its umbrella claims to offer a diverse selection of games in both the bingo and slot game categories, express withdrawals for Visa Debit customers and live customer support. We decided to put them to the test as part of our From the Players for the Players experiment, going where no other review website has gone before!
By making a deposit, playing games and requesting a withdrawal, we can bring you all those details you wouldn’t normally find in the terms and conditions, details such as how long you have to actually wait for your withdrawals, whether or not there are issues when it comes to uploading KYC documents, how often bingo games run, whether or not chat support is available and much more! We bring you everything you need to know before risking your own cash! If our reviewers uncover a problem, we will let you know about it! Did trblmaker have a ‘rosy’ gaming experience with Rosy Bingo, or did they stumble on an issue? Stick with us as we find out!
- Tester of the day: trblmaker
- Registration: October 1, 2021
- Deposit date, amount and payment method: October 1st, £150 via Visa Debit.
- Withdrawal request date: October 1st, £75.41p withdrawal request via Visa Debit.
- Withdrawal received date: 2nd October, £75.41p was received via Visa Debit.
The Registration Process
Our reviewer, trblmaker, reported no issues signing up to Rosy Bingo. The form was simple enough to understand. All it required were the basics such as name, email address, home address, date of birth and a password. If your chosen username is already taken, they will provide alternatives based on your original suggestion.
Once completed, the welcome screen appears with the current welcome offer along with terms and conditions associated with that offer. After reading the small print, trblmaker decided to decline the bonus – this was the only way of being able to keep 100% of her winnings with no wagering requirements.
Banking options at Rosy Bingo include debit cards, Skrill, Neteller, Rapid Transfer and Instant Payments. PayPal is usually a favourite among our reviewers but as this wasn’t an option here, a debit card was used.
On Friday 1st October, our tester made a deposit of £150 via Visa Debit. Only after re-entering the cashier did the deposit show in her balance.
The choice of bingo rooms is limited, with just 6 rooms on offer. Of the six rooms, only 4 are open throughout the day, and each of those has almost identical start times, meaning if you leave one room, you will have a few minutes to wait until the next games start. The only exception to this is the Bingo Blast room where games play 3 to 4 times quicker than the average 90-ball bingo game.
The most popular bingo room by far is the Broadway Bingo room with its big bingo jackpot. Our tester of the day noted while the rooms were neat, the promotions banner to the top of the bingo tickets was somewhat of a distraction.
Side games (mini games) are available in all rooms, only unlike other online bingo sites, these side games are only available to play in full screen mode, meaning you can’t play bingo at the same time as side games. Trblmaker found that out when attempting to play Bigger Bass Bonanza.
Bingo games are powered by Pragmatic Play while slot games include the full suite of Microgaming titles, including progressive jackpot games too! From Rabbit in the Hat to Juicy Joker Mega Moolah, the games offered are sited to both the low stakes and high rolling player.
Requesting a Withdrawal
After having no luck with bingo or slot games, the reviewer decided to cash out her remaining balance of £75.41p, only to find the cashier withdrawal screen was blank. After a few minutes she made her way to live chat to discover all new registered players must verify their email address before being able to request a withdrawal. Ava was very friendly and gave her all the info she needed to complete this process.
Our reviewer sent an email to the support team with her username: trblmaker, and within 10-minutes, she was able to request a withdrawal. On Friday 1st October, a withdrawal of £75.41p was submitted. How long would cashout processing take? She made her way over to the help centre to find out, and once there, she discovered a system called ‘Express Withdrawals’, exclusively for Visa Debit customers where withdrawals were estimated to take between just a few hours and one working day. As trblmaker had made a deposit this way, she should have qualified for faster withdrawals.
Did trblmaker qualify for faster withdrawals? On Friday 2nd October, the withdrawal of £75.41p was complete, and the funds were back in her bank account, only, the transaction was showing up as coming from ‘Rehab Bingo’. Interestingly, we discovered Rehab Bingo closed in 2018 when ASA ruled against Broadway Gaming, which then led to rebranding under the name Rosy Bingo.
How Does Rosy Bingo Stack Up?
Rosy Bingo does what it says on the tin. Customer support is instant, emails are answered and verified within 10-minutes and there’s no need to submit KYC in order to request a withdrawal. Our tester was disappointed by the number of bingo rooms and not being able to play side games alongside bingo, but other than that, Rosy Bingo offers a solid gaming experience with fast withdrawals!
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