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Review: Babsys Bingo
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Promotions: No promotions were listed on Babys Bingo. You can earn extra bonuses from participating in their free to play chat games.
Mobile Bingo: No
Games Available: 90 ball and 75 ball bingo. They have a good selection of slot games, instant games, scratch cards, video poker and more.
Community: No community section. Interactive chat is available via their rooms with players from around the world.
Banking: Mastercard, Moneybookers, Visa and Neteller.
Software: Aberrant software
Support: Support ticket via their site (note: you must be logged into your account to raise a support ticket). Email Support - email@example.com.
Summary: If you are looking to try out an online bingo site which is different than the rest and does not have all the usual gimmicks, Babsys Bingo could be for you.They are truly dedicated to online gaming and have numerous bingo rooms open for your to select from. Multi currency play is a good feature of their site and a place where you can chat to other people from across the globe. Babsys Bingo have picked up a good name for themselves on how friendly they are and have received some rave reviews by bingo players. They are part of a small network of online sites, so you will be playing with players from other branded sites on the net. They hold an international gaming license in Costa Rica, which is not white listed by the Gambling Commission in the UK.