Bingo Idol is a name that plays on the moniker of a popular British music competition called Pop Idol. It was created by Simon Fuller and was on ITV from 2001 until 2003.
The latest to join their portfolio is Bingo Idol, a name that we’d have expected to see quite a few years ago.
About Bingo Idol
When you land on the home page of Bingo Idol, the design certainly makes you think of winners simply because of the star trophy included in both design and logo.
The welcome offer at launch is £100 worth of bingo tickets and 10 slot spins when you deposit £10 using the code IDOL. This is made up of the following:
- £50 worth of tickets for the Street Party
- £50 worth of tickets for the Big Bang game
- 10 slot spins on a game of the operator’s choice.
Winnings on Bingo Idol
Winning from the free spins are capped at £0.50 and, like many of the Tau Gaming brands before this one, there are no wagering requirements attached to the bonus.
Why No Wagering – The Growth
As for the gameplay, well there’s nothing new to see when you open the lobby and enter a bingo room – it’s like any other site on the Real Money Network powered by the 888 software.
Its distinct advantage is the fact that it is a No Wagering Requirements site. That means no calculating play through. Everything is cash-able instantly.
If we had to decide whether to put Bingo Idol through to the next round, it would make it but only because it’s a trusted software and network.