Robin Hood Bingo is a Dragonfish designed site, a member of the small but perfectly formed United Bingo Network (UBN). Like its sisters, such as Polo and Gossip, it is licenced and registered by the UK Gambling Commission, via the Mediterranean territory of Gibraltar. This means that it is considered safe to play for United Kingdom based players.

Also like its distinguished siblings, it is a well-designed and smooth running site. The home page is a relatively uncomplicated affair, featuring a version of Sherwood Forest with very few trees, a few gold coins for Robin to re-distribute to the poor and a distant castle. Inside is the usual Dragonfish choice of 90 and 75 ball bingo, with loads of busy chat rooms and some nice prizes and progressive and guaranteed jackpots. There are plenty of alternative games to choose from – you can even try them out before you play so you can decide which ones you prefer risk free. The promotions are consistent with the theme too: Friar Tuck would be proud, although I’m unsure that Robin ever went to Paris on an international celebration. We’re traditionalists here at Keep Calm so maybe we missed that part of the legend! The Loyalty Scheme is well themed too: most activity on the site results in the award of some of the contents of Robin’s sack of coins. You can even earn be participating on Facebook or Twitter. 1,000 coins = £1 in bonus cash to spend on the site.

Banking wise, as you would expect, Robin Hood has made the financial side of things as easy as possible. You can use all the typical credit and debit cards, such as MasterCard and Visa, Delta and Maestro. There are lots of e-payment choices too, including PayPal. There is even a Freephone number for you to call if you need further assistance from Robin’s Merrie Men. Sorry, I know this is the 21st Century, so I’m sure Maid Marian is available to help as well.

Wagering requirements are that you must spend 4 x your deposit + bonus in real funds before making a withdrawal. This means that if, for example, you deposit £10 and receive a bonus of £20, you must wager £120 (4 x £30) of your own money before you can make a claim. Be aware that these terms apply to playing bingo only. If you are playing other games such as slots, the requirement can be as much as 99 times (which would be nearly £3,000!) The minimum withdrawal amount is £30, and you can expect it to take up to a week for Robin to deliver your funds to your own bank account.

Overall, Robin Hood Bingo is a valued member of the high quality UBN network of sites. There is plenty to do for experienced players while newer players will find it easy to find their way around this well designed site. Let’s hope that Robin and his Merrie Men can re-distribute some of King Richard’s riches in your direction.