Try The Winner Takes All Bingo Room

All details below were correct when published on 16th October 2018. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.

Winner Takes All BingoNew bingo sites have to work hard to get themselves established in a crowded market. But new bingo sites with new software have to work even harder. MrQ is the first site to launch on a new bingo platform in a number of years. It’s a no wagering terms site that offers free bingo games – for depositors – that pay out real cash. No wagering terms isn’t a novel idea any more, but MrQ does have other tricks up his sleeve. For example, they’ve just launched a Winner Takes All Bingo Room and it costs just pennies to play. We took a closer look!

What Is Winner Takes All Bingo

Older readers may be thinking that Jimmy Tarbuck has popped up on the bingo circuit. Sadly that’s not the case! In a typical bingo game your wager is split between the pot, progressive (if there is one) and a fee to the site running the game. So for example, if you spend £1 on bingo tickets the 20p may go into the coffers of the site running the game. With Winner Takes All that’s not the case! Every penny that a player spends on tickets in this room at MrQ goes into the pot.

The jackpots aren’t seeded – i.e. MrQ doesn’t start off the prize pot and it increases as players sign up. Instead the jackpot reflects the number of tickets purchased by the participating players. So, if 10 players all purchase 20 tickets @ 1p then the prize on offer would be £2. The Winner Takes All Bingo room is a 75 pattern ball one and all tickets cost just 1p.

Free Bingo For Depositors

We guess the aim of Winner Takes All is to entice people into MrQ and then get them into the other rooms such as Picnic, Ocean, Popcorn and Festival. There’s also Piece Of Cake which is a 90 ball free bingo room for depositing players. Side games are also on offer although these are limited to Thunderkick slots. The good news for slot players is that familiar games like Fluffy Favourites and Beat The Bobbies are on their way.

The Winner Takes All room is an intriguing idea. We like the fact that it’s a cheap game and the room is a good starting point for trying MrQ’s platform. The problem is that the room is reliant on having a lot of players to make the jackpot sizeable. Until then bingo players will find that they can chase bigger prizes for the same pennies at other brands.