Wink Bingo is operated in the UK by 888 UK Limited, with its gaming software provided by Brigend Limited. It offers a strong selection of 75 ball, 90 ball and 5 line bingo games, as well as the option to play bingo for free. In December 2014, it was given a significant overhaul, including a new colour scheme, which has helped to make it even more interesting and relevant to today's online bingo players.
Wink Bingo's broad choice of bingo games includes five 75 ball bingo rooms, five 90 ball bingo games, two 5 line bingo games and even four free bingo games, together with five High Jackpots.
The rooms are based around various themes, with those players interested in 90 ball bingo, for example, able to choose from the likes of The Strip, High 5 and Naughty Numbers, while if your taste is more for 75 ball bingo, it may be The Hangout, Bingo Babes or Pinky Winky that you are most in the mood for. The site complements these bingo offerings with slot games like Rainbow Riches and Millionaire Genie, and even various casino games such as SideBet Blackjack and Live Roulette.
As aforementioned, the software that powers Wink Bingo belongs to Brigend Limited, which supplies the platform for a wide range of other casino sites, so you can rest assured of a slick, fast and reliable game play experience. There's no need to download anything to enjoy the gaming action at Wink Bingo - all that you need to do is sign up before accessing the lobby.
When you fire up a bingo game at Wink Bingo, you will be immediately presented with a no-nonsense interface incorporating not only the virtual bingo cards themselves, but also a chat room facility that allows you to have a bit of a natter with your fellow players, both before and during the action.
Whether you play Wink Bingo's games directly through your smartphone's web browser or download the app, you can expect a very slick, intuitive gaming experience. Gliding through the various menus couldn't be easier, and when you enter a bingo room, you will find the bingo cards logically laid out and not too small to read on such a small screen.
There's also a chat feature that is easy to access, as well as various other optimised non-bingo games to try out, such as Guns N' Roses and Cleopatra.
Registering at Wink Bingo is a doddle - you will simply need such basic details as your first and last name, email address, date of birth, country and gender to get started. At the second stage of the signup process, you will be asked for your house number, postcode, address and city, and then on the third page, your telephone number and intended nickname and password will be requested.
There's a decent range of accepted payment methods at Wink Bingo, including PayPal, Paysafecard, EntroPay and wire transfer, not to mention the most popular debit cards like MasterCard, Maestro and Visa. Such a broad range of payment options means you have no excuse for not depositing!
If you ever need a bit of help with anything, just click the 'Help' tab on the homepage, and you will be able to access a wide range of assistance. As its name suggests, the Getting Started section covers a lot of the most basic queries that newcomers will have, but you can also get in touch with a support agent via email or phone.
If you send the site team an email, you can probably expect a response within 24 hours, while phone contact - via the UK toll-free number - provides a swifter response and is available on a 24/7 basis. Unfortunately, support only seems to be available in English.
Wink Bingo may not be the best-known bingo site out there, but it might well be one of the most complete. Both the games and bonuses available here are wide-ranging, while the site and games also look good, with the mobile app - in particular - working like a dream.