I am playing bingo now and then. And I am very surprise that the bingo-hosts are not in the chat. Only message you can read from the host is: Good luck! And then silence..
It seems that the bingo-rooms living their own lives. The same players win and win whatever bingo-room you play at. Something is very strange at the Unibet Bingo. Now I am just playing so I can spin the wheel, because it is no fun to play there at the moment.
want to share the same thoughts like you.
I was testing if i could win 1 time when I would play several times at the same Bingo-room
and buy all tickets every round.
Spended more than 100,00 € and the last round I won 6,00 €
Gonna search now for a little bit of justice
100€ ??? Seriously ??? What a rip-off
Greetings Candy (alias: Feepie)
Hi @steppek77 and welcome to the Community @Feepie
I believe these are 2 unrelated feedbacks and I'll start by thanking Steppek, the feedback was now sent to our provider to have a look and possibly revise the overall chores that the chat moderators have in a shift.
Thanks for your feedback as well Candy, I understand that when players loose it doesn't seem fair. The Unibet Bingo system is based on a random number generator which is verified and monitored by Ecogra (an impartial company that insures the fairness of the games) and assigns you the tickets and decides the numbers that are drawn so when somebody looses, another person wins, a game of luck if you will.
Steppek, just a though for future consideration, the Community rules imply that only caps are to be avoided
@ExBingoPlayer, loosing is tough, I get that, but from there to claim that a site is rigged it's a long way. A site that is regulated by the government's laws in the country that it operates in, a site that is constantly monitored by impartial agencies insuring a correct payout wouldn't risk doing anything unethical like you claim. I know that this is not the answer you are looking for, but it is the pure truth. Nobody in the right mind would risk anything like that if the goal is a sustainable business model.