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  • British-focused site specialising in 75-ball and 90-ball bingo.
  • Claim £70 in free bingo tickets plus 10 free spins when you deposit £10.
  • Win bingo jackpots worth as much as £2,500 twice a month on the 1st and 15th.
  • Play slots like Fairytale Legends: Hansel & Gretel, Fiddle Dee Dough and Irish Eyes.

Queen Bee Bingo Review

Queen Bee Bingo is a very yellow and black kind of place, as you’d expect of a site with such a name, save for the coloured bingo balls liberally dotted about the homepage. Its mascot, a queen bee with a honeycomb tiara, a honey wand dripping with the golden stuff and a full cleavage, looks ecstatic with delight, presumably because she’s just won another jackpot at her eponymous site. There are £70 of bingo tickets and 10 free spins for you to collect after signing up and making your first deposit at this shiny new site which launched in 2017.

The bee theme is one that’s maintained throughout, with plenty of puns based around sweet nectar and bee’s knees bingo. What’s the deal with the bee’s knees anyway and why are they so coveted? Whatever the origins of this saying, the 75 and 90-ball bingo games available here are the bee’s knees apparently. Queen Bee Bingo is a mobile-friendly site so all of its games should work on touchscreen devices as well as on desktop, and not just the bingo either – the same applies to the slots. The latest winners at the site are displayed in a scrolling ticker on the homepage, and there are some major sums cited there. Whether these jackpots were won playing slots or bingo is unclear, but regardless, their inclusion provides a degree of social proof.

About Queen Bee Bingo

Queen Bee Bingo is operated by Cassava Enterprises, a company with a wealth of experience within the online gaming sector. The number of sites they operate is huge and probably numbers into the thousands. Bingo is their forte, but they also do stand alone casinos. Unfortunately, Cassava Enterprises tend to focus on quantity over quality and as a result the majority of their sites are riddled with the same faults time and time again. Most of these oversights don’t blight the playing experience, but they certainly don’t enhance it or help the various sites to stand out from one another.

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Cassava Enterprises hold a gaming license that originates in Gibraltar, where they’re headquartered. They also hold a license issued by the Great Britain Gambling Commission to 888 UK Ltd, who are part of the 888 group, who are the owners of Cassava Enterprises. Within the EU, it’s Virtual Digital Services Limited who hold the required license that allows the site to market its games at EU-based players. For the most part though, these sites are designed for a British audience – a female British audience to be precise, for it’s reasonable to assume that a site named Queen Bee Bingo won’t be attracting too many blokes. If you require customer support, you can get hold of a team member by email, by instant chat or by calling a freephone UK number which is in operation from 9am to 1am.

Queen Bee Banking

There’s not a huge amount of deposit options available at Queen Bee Bingo, but there ought to be enough here to satisfy the sort of demographic this site is targeted at. Take your pick from Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Entropay, PayPal and Paysafecard. In theory you can find out further information regarding deposits and withdrawals in the FAQ but in practice there’s very little of help here to go on. For example, the FAQ states that “We accepts [sic] most payment methods”, which they don’t. It’s also an indication of just how generic and lazy these Cassava Enterprises sites are that they copy everything verbatim from their other sites, right down to the same typos.

Trying to find out withdrawal options is even tougher, for Queen Bee Bingo expects players to jump through hoops just to ascertain the basics. It’s a mystery why all this can’t simply be placed in one easily retrievable place in the FAQ. Instead you have to scroll through the T&Cs, and ain’t nobody got time for that. On the plus side, the FAQ does reveal that the minimum deposit amount is £5 and that it can take up to eight working days for credit or debit card withdrawals to clear into your account. This is slower than some British bingo sites, but still quicker than Jumpman Gaming, who deserve an award for being the slowest clearing gaming operator on the web.

Bee Lucky Bonuses

On the face of it, a welcome offer of £70 of bingo tickets and 10 free spins sounds pretty good. When you start to scrutinise it however, Queen Bee Bingo’s welcome offer starts to look like one of the worst introductory offers on the web, matched only by all the other Cassava Enterprises sites churning out the same shoddy deal.

Queen Bee Bingo Bonus and Promotion

Type
Amount
Match
Playthrough
Claim
1st Deposit
£70
700%
None

The primary reason why the offer sucks is that winnings from the 10 free spins you’re awarded are capped at £1 so even if you strike it lucky on those spins, you’ll only be allowed to keep a fraction of your potential winnings which defeats the point. Of course an operator is going to cap your maximum win, but surely this could be set at a more acceptable level such as £50 or £100?

Because Queen Bee Bingo utilises a single-page design, there isn’t a dedicated promotions page where you can learn vast amounts of information about other deals that are in place. There’s a paragraph of text that makes mention of them in passing however, including free bingo rooms, where you can likely win £1 at best, and a rewards programme which has 15 tiers. As you ascend through its levels, you’ll earn free spins, free bingo tickets and other perks. There may be some breath-taking offers available at Queen Bee Bingo that are only revealed once you’ve signed up, but don’t hold your breath.

Popular Bingo Variants

In typical Cassava Enterprises fashion, your bingo comes down to two choices: 75-ball or 90-ball. These games are by far the most popular variants to be found in the UK so it makes sense that they’re offered here. Tickets are cheap, or at least as cheap as bingo tickets at most other British bingo sites, and you can purchase multiple tickets for a single game if you like.

In terms of slots, it’s the same old games that are available at thousands of other sites by this operator so there’s nothing new here. On the plus side, these include some great NetEnt games such as Fairytale Legends: Hansel & Gretel plus Fiddle Dee Dough and Irish Eyes, which is a slot all about an Irish woman who has eyes that are, you know...Irish.

Queen Bee Conclusion

Queen Bee Bingo is a functional but unexceptional site for playing bingo and slots. It’s bedeviled by the usual flaws that crop up at all Cassava Enterprises sites. There are some good games here, that’s true, but nothing novel, original or unique. You could have a good time if you signed up here and put its games to the test, but then the same could be said of all this operator’s other sites. Queen Bee Bingo gets the job done then, whether you’re playing on mobile or desktop, but it’s nothing to write home about.

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