BingoCams launched in The UK in 2011 following a successful start in life in The Netherlands. The site is different in that it encourages players to use their webcams whilst playing – it’s important to note though that it’s not a prerequisite to play and you’re able to take part with or without a cam. It’s your choice!!
To Cam Or Not To Cam
To encourage you to join the site offers a 300% welcome bonus – up to £150 – note that this does vary so look out for bonus codes, especially during big promotions. First depositors can also get 25 spins as part of the welcome offer. Wagering terms apply to the bingo bonus, but wins from the spins are paid as cash that can be be withdrawn. BingoCams also likes to reward loyalty and there’s extra bingo bonuses on offer by being a regular player.
Although a webcam is not required, there are extras on offer if you choose to get involved. Firstly you can get an extra 15% on your full house win if you let ‘Cams use your Live Win Moment for promotional purposes. Secondly on special occasions such as Christmas and Halloween there are prizes to be won and finally every month all Live Win Moment clips have a chance to win £500 or 1 of 2 prizes of £250.
Promotions are good at BingoCams. Over the last few months they’ve given away a Peugeot 107 and 10 x £1000 holidays. Last year they ran a £10,000 Golden Ticket promo and that was awarded Promotion of the Year 2012 by Which Bingo! In June 2013 ‘Cams will be launching a Rollover Riches campaign where they’ll be big cash prizes up for grabs. On top of these biggies there are regular fun prize chat games and themed promos to encourage community and of course webcam use!
The promos don’t end at prizes though! Depositing players are rewarded with a jackpot game at the end of every month, there’s free bingo with real money to be won every day, a penny arcade for those players who like cheap games – plus plenty of bingo and cash jackpots. BingoCams do have slots and casino games including Mermaids Millions, Wheel of Wealth, Avalon, Lucky Witch and Spring Break. They don’t tend to push them in your face as much as other sites do.
The wonderful thing about BingoCams is that it is different to your Foxy, Tombola, Jackpotjoy, Gala and Mecca sites. It offers the game we all love, but brings community and live gaming together in a way that no other site can manage. That won’t be for everyone and the ‘cam’ element can act as a barrier (even though you don’t need to use one). Community is the key for the site and they do have a large social following on Facebook – although not so many on Twitter. It’s well worth liking their pages as they like to offer bonus codes on a regular basis.
Despite this though the rooms are sparsely populated and the jackpots on offer tend not be very big. Card prices are reasonable – on average they cost 5p each – but there’s just not too much activity. On the other hand smaller rooms can mean tighter communities and whilst not big wins potentially more regular wins. It really depends what kind of player you are. Overall this is a nice product and one which is worth a visit just to try something different.