GameVillage Bingo was one of the Cozy Games bingo sites on the Lucky Duck Network that had to shut down. There are rumours that this popular bingo site that launched in 2007 will be back on a new bingo platform. But, if and when is still unknown. We will be the first to update you if that is the case though.
As this site was on the Cozy Games bingo software it meant that there were great bingo games, although not many. On top of them, there were also online slots both in-house and from providers.
The Game Village welcome bonus was a whopping 400% match deposit offer. When depositing £10 or more you’d get an extra 400% bonus money up to £100. This meant that if you deposited £10 you’d get an additional £40. The terms and conditions were simple enough too, 4x wagering on the bonus amount, plus a 14-day expiry time.
Bingo games were the classics that were found on all Cozy Games bingo sites like Victoria 90 and Big Ben. Most of the games were 90-ball bingo, but there were some 80 and 75-ball bingo rooms as well.
The best part of the games was that the ticket prices were affordable, most of them cost 5p or less. The most expensive ticket was 50p so it was a place for low-stakes bingo players.
The slots came from a few providers including NetEnt and Microgaming. You could also find in-house slot games from the Cozy Games platform so in total there were over 100 online slots. When compared to Dragonfish bingo sites and those on the Virtue Fusion software this number seems small.
GameVillage Review Summary
GameVillage Bingo may be coming back after closing its doors in 2020. The rumour is that it will relaunch on the Jumpman Gaming platform, but this is yet to happen. If that did occur, it would mean you’d be able to play Pragmatic Play’s bingo games, plus many online slots.
We’ll be the first to update you if this much-loved bingo site does relaunch in 2021.