As you can probably guess by the name, this site is dedicated to playing online bingo at sites that operate on the Virtue Fusion network. The site is independently run by online bingo players, and is not endorsed by the network or their parent company, Playtech.
Our main aim on this website is to provide you with a quick and handy guide to finding the best Virtue Fusion bingo sites. Below you’ll find a list of our top sites along with a short summary of their welcome bonus and why we’ve chosen them. If bonuses are your thing, then check out our easy to use list that we have created to help you compare the bingo sites.
Best VF Bingo Sites For UK Players
Gala Bingo – 20 Free Spins + Spend £10 Get £30
Bet365 Bingo – Up to £120 in bonuses with bet365 Bingo's Welcome Package
Coral Bingo – Spend £5 Play With £30
Betfair Bingo – Play £5 Get £25 in Bonuses
Ladbrokes Bingo – Spend £10, Get £40
Bucky Bingo – £20 Welcome Package + 75 Spins
Mecca Bingo – Spend £10, Play with £40
Betfred Bingo – Spend £10 and Get £40 in Bonuses
Vernons Bingo – £25 New Player Bonus
Love Your Bingo – £30 Bonus Package
BOGOF Bingo – £20 Welcome Package + 70 Spins
The bonuses and promotions we’ve listed in the offers above are those that can be claimed by UK bingo players. If you’re visiting us from another country you might still be able to claim them, but this will differ from site to site. You might also find that some of the websites only accept players from the UK. The easiest way to find out is to check the website of the bingo room you’re interested in.
Full List of Virtue Fusion Sites
The recommendations above represent the best sites on the network, but we realise that some of you want the full list. So here it is in A to Z.
- Ace of Bingo
- Aztec Bingo
- Beaky Bingo
- Bet365 Bingo
- Betfair Bingo
- Betfred Bingo
- BGO Bingo
- Bingo Enchanted
- Bingo With Kerry
- BOGOF Bingo
- Boyle Bingo
- Bucky Bingo
- Castle Bingo
- Coral Bingo
- Daily Record Bingo
- Deal or No Deal Bingo
- Fabulous Bingo
- Golden Hat Bingo
- Ladbrokes Bingo
- Love Your Bingo
- Mecca Bingo
- Mirror Bingo
- One2Go Bingo
- Paddy Power Bingo
- Scarlet Bingo
- Simply Bingo
- Sky Bingo
- Sun Bingo
- Take a Break Bingo
- Titan Bet Bingo
- Vernons Bingo
- Vernons Bingo
- William Hill Bingo
- Winner Bingo
As the name suggests, these games are played with 90 balls and you can typically win three times. The first is by successfully ‘marking off’ 1 line, then you’ll need to find 2 lines and finally you’ll want to mark off all of your numbers and get House. It is quite common for 90-ball games to have features within them, as well as decently sized progressive jackpots. Obviously not all games are played the same way, but that’s a solid starting point.
There are normally no blank spaces on 80-ball bingo tickets, so the ways to win are far less prescriptive than with its 90-ball cousin. You can get horizontal, diagonal or vertical lines, for example, as well as vertical columns for lines. Using 80 balls instead of 90, these games match 90-ball variants of bingo by also offering the likes of progressive jackpots and features within the games.
Using 75 balls and tickets that are made up of 5 rows with 5 columns in each row, 75-ball bingo is more similar in style to 80-ball bingo than the 90-ball variant. Again, you’ll be able to get lines diagonally, horizontally and vertically to begin with. After that the game will move on to gradually filling the ticket in terms of lines or patterns. Jackpots and features can both be found in 75-ball bingo.
Ten columns with 2 rows in each are the order of the day for 50-ball bingo tickets. With 50 balls entered into the pot and drawn out over the course of the game, 50-ball bingo tends to be a much faster game than the ones that use more balls. You’ll normally start with a line then progress to House, with little in-between. The jackpots on 50-ball bingo games are normally smaller, whilst features are more likely to be small amounts awarded to players with 1 or 2 balls to go when House is hit than a chance to win big bucks.
The smallest amount of balls used in a game on Gala Bingo is 40. Tickets have eight spaces on them that all contain a number and you’ll win by getting either a line or a certain pattern on the ticket. After that you’re going for House or Bingo and, much like with 50-ball bingo, features are likely to be things such as 1ToGo or 2ToGo and jackpots will be significantly smaller.
Frequently Asked Questions
In this next section we’ll attempt to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about the network, as well as online bingo in general.
Q. How Does Online Bingo Work?
A. Playing bingo online is very similar to playing at a local bingo hall. You buy tickets, mark off numbers as they’re called and then win a prize for matching your numbers. Just like land based bingo, online bingo is played against real people – these other players are all connected to the same bingo network as you, but might not be playing on the same exact site (more on how networks work below).
The key difference between local bingo and online bingo, is that you do not need to mark off the numbers yourself – so there’s no risk of accidentally missing out on a prize that you should have won. Of course, if you’re particularly good at marking off the numbers, any edge you gained from other players missing numbers does not exist online.
The other difference is the sheer volume and variety of games on offer. Instead of only being able to play whatever game is currently running, you have a choice of different stakes and even game types – such as 90 ball bingo, 80 ball bingo and 75 ball bingo.
Q. What is a Bingo Network?
A. Because online bingo is a multi-player game, you need a decent number of players to be able to sustain your games – as not all of your players will be on the site and playing at the same time. If every bingo site were to run independently, the result would be hundreds of sites who only had a handful of players, which wouldn’t be much fun, and would result in some pretty wimpy jackpots.
Instead, almost all bingo sites choose to join a bingo network – such as Virtue Fusion. There are a few other major networks: Dragonfish, Microgaming and Cozy, but Virtue Fusion is definitely the market leader. All sites on the same network will use the same bingo software (provided by the network) and will connect to the same bingo server. Whilst they all use the same software, each site will look a little different once the designers have given them the once over to create a unique brand for the site.
Below you’ll find a screenshot of a typical VF bingo game in action – this particular game was a 90 ball penny bingo game played through Ladbrokes:
Q. Does it Matter Which Site I Join on the Network?
A. Absolutely! Whilst most games are the same between the sites, where they differ is in the service they provide you as a play. This includes the bonuses and promotions they give you, the banking methods they offer, and the customer support that is available. Furthermore, some bingo sites will offer private bingo rooms that are only available to their players. Usually these private rooms are in conjunction with a promotion – such as free bingo or BOGOF bingo (buy-one-get-one-free).
On vfbingosites.co.uk, we have scoured through the sites that are available. Chucked away the rubbish ones and complied a list of the top dogs. We then go one step further and hand pick the best-of-the-best, to make sure you have the safest, most enjoyable bingo experience possible.
Q. Can I Join Multiple Sites?
A. Again, yes. Each site runs independently, so there is no reason why you can’t have accounts with all of them if you choose. Sometimes you may find that one company has more than one bingo site (known as ‘sister sites’) – this happens when they want to have different brands aimed at different types of players. In this scenario, you may only be allowed to claim bonuses from one of the sister sites – although if this is the case, we will clearly state it in the guide. It will also be listed prominently in the terms and conditions of the bonus offer.
Q. If my Housemate/Sister/Dog has an Account can I Join as well?
A. In this section, we’re talking specifically about people who live together. Many bingo sites only let one player per household claim their bonuses – this is to stop you making up a bunch of names and claiming the bonus offers repeatedly. If somebody else in your household has an account with a bingo site, it’s wise to ask them first if you can also have one too. Alternatively you could register with one of the other Virtue Fusion bingo sites, and you’ll still be playing on the same network.
Q. Can I Pick my Own Numbers?
A. Unfortunately, no – that’s not how bingo works. When you go to buy tickets you are assigned sets randomly from a pool of available combinations. Similarly in a local bingo hall, you would buy pre-printed tickets containing set number combinations.
If you’re not buying the maximum number of tickets then you can choose which of your tickets you want to purchase from the available set, but you’re limited to the tickets that are shown. So if the game has a maximum of 36 tickets, you will have a choice of 36 different combinations to choose from – although you don’t have to. If you select the number of tickets you want to purchase it will select them on your behalf.
Q. How Do Bingo Jackpots Work?
One of the most exciting aspects of online bingo is the ability to win large sums of money from small stakes. In fact, it’s completely possible right now to win up to £1 million from ticket costs of just 10p. Obviously this is not something that’s going to happen every day, but when it does it can be life changing.
So how do jackpots work? In the majority of games if there’s a jackpot it’s linked to the number of balls used to win the full house. For example, if a jackpot had a trigger of 15 balls then you would need to call house in 15 numbers or less to win. The actual number of balls you can use will vary based on the game type and size of the jackpot. Jackpots are run in alongside the regular game, so the main prizes are always up for grabs no matter how many balls are used to win.
Some games offer variable jackpots where multiple prizes are on offer depending on how many balls are used to call a full house. One such game is Who Wants to be a Millionaire:
As you can see from the image above, if you call house in 17 or less you will win the main jackpot of £1,000,000. Do it in 18 to 20 balls and the prize halves to £500,000 and so on. The smallest jackpot on offer is £500 which you’ll receive if you call house in 39 or 40 balls.
Q. What is an Escalator Jackpot?
Escalator jackpots are incredibly popular, but they only run occasionally. These are jackpots that get easier to win as time goes on and are usually set up as special promotions run by bingo rooms or the network itself, often around major events or holidays such as Christmas.
The premise is quite simple. You start with a normal jackpot – say 15 balls or less to win – and at set times the number of balls that will trigger the jackpot will increase. So, for example, it may go up by 1 every hour until it’s won meaning that after an hour you would win for calling in 16 balls, and after 24 hours you could use up to 39 balls and still win the jackpot.
Such jackpots are practically guaranteed to be won during the event as a time comes where pretty much anyone calling house will also trigger the jackpot. This unsurprisingly increases the number of player as the game goes on, resulting in much bigger prizes in the base game as well.