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Chances are that, if you go to OhMyBingo.com, you’re instantly going to feel overwhelmed…and I can tell you why:
OhMyBingo is having a bit of an identity crisis.
Take a look for yourself and you’ll see what I mean. They promote several other bingo brands – even those that aren’t owned by their parent company – in addition to promoting their own games.
Isn’t that crazy? Why would you want to send potential customers somewhere else?
They have their reasons, I’m sure, but whatever they are, I’d wager that they aren’t doing themselves any favors. I mean, how many hit their site and then instantly hit the back button because of how confusing their home page is?
In fact, I was so confused about what their site offered that I sent them an email to ask if it was possible to join their site and play bingo online for real money.
They said that yes, you can play real-money bingo money here.
Keep in mind that I’ve reviewed gambling sites for nearly a decade – and I had trouble determining what exactly they were offering at OhMyBingo.com.
Anyway, one of the questions I aim to answer in my review below is whether or not this craziness negatively impacts your experience to the point where it makes more sense to play at one of their sister sites instead.
And – if not – whether OMB offers anything worth signing up for in the first place.
OhMyBingo.com is owned and operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited. This is the same parent company in charge of Bingo Boutique, Slots Gold, All Star Games, Wizard Slots, and others.
They’re also part of 15 Network, as are most of their sister bingo brands.
OhMyBingo is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission (through Jumpman Gaming). Best I can tell, they’ve been online since 2010.
Funny thing is, it looks like they’ve been online since 2010, but there are very few reviews covering them. I think affiliates are apprehensive to promote them, and I have a few theories why.
For one thing, OMB is confusing to navigate – which can lead to lower customer sign-ups. Two, they provide reviews for other bingo sites that they use their own affiliate links for; affiliates can lose commissions to OMB that they could’ve earned had they recommended someone else in the first place.
So no one does; thus there’s very little information about them on the internet.
That said, there are a couple common complaints about Jumpman Gaming’s sites that will apply here.
One, the withdrawal limits – there’s no listed exception for progressive winners. And two, they say in their terms that they will close your account and confiscate your funds if your account is dormant for longer than 180 days/6 months.
I’ve mentioned in other reviews that neither complaint is a big deal to me, and not worth blacklisting any of their casinos over.
If that ever changes, or if we hear of any additional information, we’ll add it here.
You cannot play at OhMyBingo.com if you’re a resident of one of the following countries:
You can contact OhMyBingo using one of the following channels:
I contacted them via email to ask if they are a real-money bingo site (somewhat surprisingly, they are). I received a response in less than 24 hours. I shipped the email on a Friday night PST, so I have no problems with receiving a response 24-hours later, considering it was over the weekend.
You can use the following options to deposit to and withdraw from your account:
The minimum you can deposit is £5, and the max you can deposit is:
The minimum you can cash out is £30, and the max you can cash out is:
A common complaint with Jumpman Gaming properties is that there’s no exceptions made to the withdrawal limits if you win one of their progressive jackpots. And that’s because OhMyBingo doesn’t pay the progressive; the software provider does. Therefore, there’s no reason for there to be any delays.
I agree with that complaint – it makes sense. Though I don’t know if it’s enough to blackball the site, as many other review portals have done.
Not only that, but if you read their terms, they do say that you can request different limits. They don’t say what the limits are, what the circumstances have to be, or anything useful other than that it’s possible. But at least you can contact them and ask.
Other than that, you should expect a 48-hour processing time, followed by a 7-10 day waiting period before you’ll receive your funds. This is a bit long to wait, but it’s tolerable.
OhMyBingo has several promotions. You’re hit with a couple of them immediately once you land on their website.
Keep in mind that some of these offers are for other brands in their network, or even for their competitors. It can get a little confusing.
With that in mind, we’re going to list the offers you’ll find at OhMyBingo only, and only the evergreen offers that stand out.
For everything else, you’ll want to visit OhMyBingo.com.
When you make your first deposit of £10 or more, you’ll receive a 200% match bonus. It’s not 100% clear what the max is, but since they say you can get £20 free (in two different places), I assume that’s the max.
You’ll also “spin the wheel,” where you’ll have the chance to win an additional £5-£2,500 bonus. This is guaranteed, unlike the wheel at their sister site, Bingo Boutique, which doesn’t guarantee you’ll win anything.
Here are the terms for this offer:
Overall, this is a standard and very simple bingo bonus.
But there’s nothing wrong with that.
Here are some of the other evergreen promotions you can claim from OhMyBingo.com:
Those are their offers for real-money players. However, they run offers for their free bingo rooms, too. Going this route, you can still pick up pieces of real-money prize pools, as well as OhMyPoints.
They have a 5-tier VIP program. The tiers are:
As you move towards Black, you’ll receive cash back, larger birthday bonuses, more OhMyPoints (OMP), redeposit bonuses, and more.
In addition to their VIP program, you can also receive points whenever you “contribute” to their site. For example, you can earn OMPs by:
And so on.
This is a neat way to earn points. And you can use these points to play their free bingo games, or to exchange for Amazon vouchers, wheel spins, and other stuff.
This is a decent program overall.
I signed up for a free account, since they don’t share much information on their site about the games they offer, who they get them from, and so on. My point – your experience may vary. Let’s get to it.
It’s not entirely clear, and there aren’t many reviews for OhMyBingo.com. My guess is that affiliates don’t want to review them in fear that they will lose their commissions more often than not.
(I can’t say I blame them, either.)
Anyway, my guess is that they use a similar setup to Bingo Boutique. This means that their bingo software – which has been tested and approved by SQS – is mostly, if not all, their own creation.
As for their casino and instant play games, it’s a mix of proprietary and 3rd party game developers. You’ll likely recognize the list of developers they get their games from, which includes:
I’ll list some of the games you can play in just a second.
I see no download, and when I hit the “play now” button, their bingo games opened in a new window that appeared to be mobile responsive.
So, it looks like you can play their games in your browser window (instant play), or via your mobile device (also in your browser window).
I think the mobile option can be improved some – it was a bit slow to respond, and didn’t look good when I resized my window (from my desktop).
They offer 75- and 90-ball bingo games. The rooms they have include:
This was in their free bingo room, and I think (based on their promos above) that they do have different room names for their real-money players.
I couldn’t find out for sure, as they wanted me to complete my profile and make a deposit before I could see either of the 75- or 90-ball tabs. That also goes for their free cash, Tuesday Treasure, Newbies, Jackpots, and Instants tabs, too.
That’s all I was able to see. But I think everything is easy to find with their tab setup. If you’re good with only simple 75- and 90-ball bingo games, then you’ll probably be happy here.
They have a ton of casino games you can play. Here’s what I found from my player account:
One thing I didn’t see is licensed slot themes. Considering some of the software developers they work with, I’m shocked I didn’t see any slots revolving around popular video games, movies, TV shows, and so on—titles like Monopoly, Jurassic Park, Star Trek, X-Men, Ellen, etc.
Other than that, though, there are plenty of slots to choose from.
They have a blackjack and roulette game, too, which is great to see. But it’d be nice to see a few more card and table game options.
It IS possible that these are the only games available/shown to players from my region. In other words, if you are playing from a different country, you might have more/different options.
Other than that, OMB seems to cover the bases.
I didn’t see anything wrong with their site, what they offer, or the games you can play. They can make improvements, sure, but there’s nothing that would stop me from playing here. It’s a generic bingo site.
What turns me off is how much they promote OTHER bingo sites than their own. I imagine it’s simply another way for them to make money, but you have to wonder why they wouldn’t put all that effort into promoting their brand instead of others.
I also feel like all the other sites they promote make their site messy and harder and more confusing to use. I was so confused about all the other brands being promoted that I had to ship them an email to ask if they actually offered bingo games, or if they were simply a review site.
No one should have to do that.
The bottom line – if you want to play bingo, and specifically bingo from Jumpman Gaming, then head over to Bingo Boutique instead.
It’s pretty much the same as OhMyBingo – if not a carbon copy – but without all the extra noise.