It goes without saying that Buzz Bingo’s forte is undoubtedly bingo. The site has a great collection of 90-ball, 80-ball, and 75-ball games. That said, slots fans will also feel right at home thanks to bingo rooms themed after beloved classics such as Rainbow Riches and Fluffy Favourites. TV fans can enjoy tie-ins like Deal or No Deal Bingo, and there’s also live bingo every day from 12pm–10pm.
Hopping over to the slots catalogue, it’s pretty impressive. The library is stocked with around 1,500 different titles, so there’s no shortage of choice. Players can sort by ‘New’ to see the most recent additions — we were excited to see Big Bass Amazon Xtreme on the lineup at the time of writing. However, there are very few other ways to filter the library, which does make it a little frustrating when you’re browsing for something to play.
Last but not least, the casino games, which are possibly the weakest area of the Buzz Bingo library. In terms of RNG, roulette fans actually get a substantial amount of choice. But it’s slim pickings for everyone else, with just a singular blackjack title available. It’s a more positive outlook in the live casino section, especially if you’re into live game shows. Players can fire up the likes of Spin a Win, Live Football Roulette, or Buffalo Blitz Live alongside a small collection of more traditional casino table games.
In any case, Buzz Bingo probably isn’t the site for you if you’re looking for table games or live dealers. However, the site does deliver a premier bingo experience with plenty of slots to keep you entertained between rounds.
We’re really impressed by Buzz Bingo’s dedication to the world of online slots, with almost 1,500 titles to choose from. That’s more than many specialist casino sites, let alone one that functions primarily as an online bingo destination. The majority of the collection is supplied by Pragmatic Play — including hits such as Wolf Gold, The Dog House, and Chilli Heat — but there’s great variety here in terms of developer, RTP percentages, and volatility. Mega Moolah and Immortal Romance (both Microgaming), Book of Dead (Play’n GO), and Gonzo’s Quest (NetEnt) are the most notable absentees, although the Megaways version of the latter is included.
The collection is well-categorised, with dedicated sections for the casino’s slingo titles, Megaways slots, and jackpot games ‒ in this last category, there are loads of both daily drops and progressive games. You’ll also notice the Buzz Originals tab sitting alongside these sections. It’s here that you’ll uncover all of the site’s exclusive games, available to play at Buzz Bingo and nowhere else. The casino hasn’t skimped on this collection either, with 50 exclusive slots on offer when we conducted our review.
Buzz Bingo’s live casino is supplied by Playtech. Now, it’s no secret that Evolution Gaming is the main player in the live casino space with many live roulette and blackjack titles — we’ve certainly sung its praises on numerous occasions — but there’s something refreshing about seeing another developer take the lead. It means that players at Buzz have a different live casino library to what they might be used to elsewhere, with interesting titles across a range of games.
Of course, roulette and blackjack are the most prominent here. We particularly like Age of the Gods Roulette, where players will trigger a bonus round if they win a bet on the spot next to the single zero, and where four different progressive jackpots are in play.
Players will also be able to enjoy baccarat, poker, andar bahar, dragon tiger, and sic bo in Buzz Bingo’s live casino. These games sit proudly alongside what is another impressive display of live game shows, including Adventures Beyond Wonderland, Deal or No Deal, Everybody’s Jackpot, The Money Drop, and Spin A Win.