Bingo – Eat Sleep

When you eat or sleep anything, you frequently inhale it as well. Not so with this specific online gaming establishment, but we’re not certain that’s an issue. Eat Sleep Bingo, founded in 2010, is a respectable bingo site that makes a nice first impression.

As you can see, the site itself isn’t that horrible when it initially loads. While the green tones are very repetitive (literally, green is everywhere), this is far from the most obnoxious we have ever seen. Indeed, it is rather attractive and classy in comparison to the many others we have assessed over our time performing this work.

Bonus Points for Newcomers

Again, there are some genuine positive points in terms of data on the webpage. As is customary, the primary ticker in the center of the screen serves as an advertising banner for the website’s active bargains and offers for new signups, but it’s what’s behind that that’s the major talking point. A series of boxed out sections include critical information for anybody contemplating creating an account with the website.

The first is a Victories section, which is constantly updated with the freshest, best, and most significant winners from recent games. You may wonder why this is significant. Simply said, if you know how much money individuals are winning at a glance, you can determine if a membership is worthwhile. Alongside this, another box boldly touts the website’s mobile offering, which is, once again, much superior to that of many others – who seem to believe mobile is either not for them (shock horror) or is unimportant (rather stupid). The remaining two boxes are used to highlight promotions that may be redeemed via social media engagement (more on this later), as well as the company blog (another point we will come to).

Below all of that, there is a series of Top Games that are not linked to bingo – this is an important component since it demonstrates that there are other games accessible than just bingo. Finally, as is the case with many other bingo websites, there is a row of menu choices at the top of the homepage, including Bingo, Games, Promotions, Winners, Mobile, Contact, and Download, which helps you get a sense of the site’s general offering.

Let’s Get Started With Bingo

If you choose the Bingo menu item, you will be transported to a section of the site that is dominated by a large bingo table. This is advantageous since it provides detailed information on the sort of bingo being played. At the top of the table is a row of choices to click on, but they have nothing to do with bingo, save for the Tourney option, which brings up information of any currently running tournaments.

In terms of the bingo table itself, the information provided includes the game’s type – 90-ball, 80-ball, 75-ball, 30-ball, or 50-ball (a respectable selection by any standard) – as well as the number of players currently participating, the buy-in price, the overall jackpot and win amount, and – perhaps most importantly – whether the game has begun, and, if so, how much time remains to play, preventing you from joining a game that is about to end and

Additionally, there are slots.

The third option on the Bingo screen menu row is also accessible from the home screen menu row by selecting on the Games option. Which is a little perplexing but makes sense when you think about it. Without further ado, clicking on this item on the bingo screen menu – Slots – will bring up a selection of accessible slots games. Refreshingly, there are really quite a few slots here, considerably more than we’re accustomed to seeing on a typical bingo website, and although they may not be the most sophisticated on the market, they’re excellent enough to maintain overall competition.