If WTG stands for Way To Go, then it must be a wrong name for the casino. You can’t say: “Way to go, guys, your casino is really cool,” because WTG Bingo Casino sucks. First of all, the welcome bonus is something weird. You can claim a spin on the Mega Wheel, which can give you up to 500 Free Spins or Amazon vouchers.
Secondly, you won’t find fine customer support here, since the agents operate from Monday to Friday, between 9:30am and 6pm. And once you decide to play the games, you’ll be highly surprised that the casino has only up to 120 titles, powered mostly by Eycon. You can find some games from Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen, but there are very few of them.
WTG Bingo Casino is operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited. This group is crawling with venues which have a prehistoric website design. Surprisingly, the casino’s website is not very bad - it’s just outdated. It’s definitely one of the best among the others in the group, ha-ha. Something that you’d expect from a Casino Rewards venue, such as Yukon Gold Casino. Though, it’s not even average in comparison with others on the market.
Jumpman Gaming Limited is associated with Bingo, since almost all casinos in the group offer such games.
WTG Bingo Casino is licensed by the United Kingdom Gambling Commision and Alderney Gaming Control Commision. It is SSL encrypted, so you can sleep well at night. There’s another reason to stay asleep at night, you’ll find it out below.
Customer Support: The casino offers its service only via email and live chat. If you prefer playing at nights, then the agents won’t help you in case you have an enquiry - WTG Bingo Casino offers its service from 9:30am to 6pm. Moreover, those guys are unavailable at weekends.
Banking: Don’t strain too hard to find the banking section - the casino doesn’t have one. All the needed information can be found in the FAQ. So, the only available banking options are variations of credit cards. The withdrawal limit is not impressive either - up to €5,000 per month. It takes up to 10 working days for you to get your winnings.
Software and Game Variety
WTG Bingo Casino is powered by NetEnt, Microgaming, NextGen, and some other software providers. You might think that the game library is at least average, such as in Vegas Winner Casino, or even more extensive, but you’d better stop rejoicing. The thing is that only a few games by these developers appear in the casino’s library. Most of the titles are developed by little-known companies such as Eyecon.
There is no reason for excitement - most of the games are powered by little-known software developers.
Moreover, the amount of games isn’t impressive at all - up to 120 titles such as:
- Slots: Aloha Cluster Pays, Cops’n’Robbers, 1 Can 2 CaN;
- Bingo Games: 75 Ball Bingo, 90 Ball Bingo;
- Other Games: Barn Ville, Mega Love, Ocean Fortune;
WTG Bingo Mobile and Live Games
WTG Bingo Casino is compatible with your mobile devices. If you want to play the games on your smartphone, then just visit the website, log in (it’s mandatory), and enter the lobby.
It appears that WTG Bingo Casino is not aware that games with live dealers exist. No live games here, sorry.
Bonuses and Promotions
If you are tired of spinning slots, then WTG Bingo Casino offers you to spin the Mega Wheel. The promotion gives you a chance to win up to 500 Free Spins on Fluffy Favourites or Amazon vouchers. All you need to do is deposit €10 and claim the offer. Surprisingly, the wagering requirements are not like those that other participants of Jumpman group have - you have to wager the winnings gained from the bonus at least 40 times. The other good thing is that you can claim the Mega Wheel promotion whenever you want - just make a deposit which is equal to or exceeds €20.
The Mega Wheel promotion is available on all your deposits over €20.
Get ready, we have dug out some crappy news for you. First of all, the maximum amount that can be won from the Free Spins is capped at €250. Moreover, there is a chance that you’ll win nothing while spinning the Mega Wheel. Here you go, you make a deposit, expect a prize, and ultimately see a banner which says that you’re unlucky.
For the UK players: all the bonus terms and requirements remain the same.