Smooth Bingo closed it’s doors as a Cozy Games brand during the early stages of 2019. The site relaunched in December of the same year as the bingo brand for Smooth Radio. Our review references the old site and will be updated soon.

A peach is probably not the first thing that springs to mind when you think of ‘smooth’ but then it’s probably closest to baby’s bum which would be in poll position. Given that a backside of a baby would like out of place on a bingo site, Smooth Bingo have opted for an odd looking peach world from which to base their new service.

Smooth Bingo Review

Smooth Bingo is the umpteenth new addition to the Live Bingo Network which uses the Cozy Games platform. This means free bingo for new players and some big first, second and third deposit bonus offers. All come with the standard Cozy Games terms which are worth reviewing if you’re not familiar with the set up. As of October 2017 the welcome offer includes £3000 of free bingo games in the first week and a 300% first deposit bonus. This is followed by a 150% and 100% second and third reload.

Slots & Bingo

Inside Smooth Bingo you have a nice mix of 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball games – prices of bingo cards vary from free upwards. Despite the numerous front doors to this network the rooms aren’t overly busy. For those of who who like free bingo then there’s a room offering regular games! It’s an OK alternative to the usual Dragonfish and Virtue Fusion sites if nothing else.

Smooth, like it’s sister sites, is mobile and tablet compatible and there’s a nice selection of slots and casino games to enjoy if you’re that way inclined. The slots options have improved dramatically over the last year or so as Net Entertainment and Eyecon games have been added to the roster. On the downside, and this applies to all Cozy sites, the slots organisation is poor and could do with an overhaul. It’s hard to find new games or know what’s popular.

The Golden Ticket

Among the network promotions you’ll find a daily treat with the Fortune Wheel (for depositors only, terms apply), £1000 Sliding Jackpots, a Golden Ticket room where access is earnt when you deposit (one ticket per £10 deposited), BOGOFs and best of all plenty of penny games. The site doesn’t have any exclusives though and it’s Facebook presence has been quiet since May 2016.

Overall it’s a nice looking site that’s warm and welcoming. The various promotions are decent, albeit not exclusive, and there are plenty of rooms and jackpots to enjoy. Smooth doesn’t blow us away as a brand but the site looks good and is a decent option if you’re considering joining a Cozy Games site.

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