You might not have heard of Mr Q before today, and for good reason—it has only recently opened its online doors in the UK. As a completely new bingo experience, Mr Q is certainly one to watch and the platform made a great impression on us when we had a poke around.
If you are looking for something new and different, you won’t be disappointed by Mr Q.
In the short amount of time since their initial launch, the team behind Mr Q have worked very hard to begin building the brand into a recognisable and respected household name.
Mr Q Bingo Games and Other Offerings
While Mr Q is a relatively new site, it does not disappoint on the games front.
Using their own proprietary gaming software (MrQ—no points for guessing that one) alongside other recognised names such as Eyecon and Thunderkick, the games that are on offer are quite different from the “typical” ones you see on most bingo sites.
Mr Q features fresh takes on the usual 90 and 75-ball bingo games. While the overall bingo gist remains largely the same, there are plenty of unique, finer features that make Mr Q what it is—something different.
Don’t just take our word for it; why not find out for yourself?
Simply head on over to the Mr Q site and see for yourself what there is. With over 10 bingo rooms to choose from and other games such as Popcorn that begin every few minutes, you won’t struggle in finding something to do.
Are you a slots fan, too? These are also available through Mr Q—video slots featuring everything from animal themes to holidays.Back to top ↑
The Mr Q Community
Again, just because Mr Q is a rather new bingo site does not mean that you should be writing things off without exploring them first, one of these things being the community.
As you will know, bingo is a very social game—a bingo platform can be made or broken by the community (or lack of community) and we have seen many sites that are fantastic under the hood, but the lack of community feel and engagement completely let it down.
The crowd that Mr Q attracts is pretty young and “trendy”, something we expected since it’s one of the newest bingo sites out there.
Pretty much every player is based in the UK and no matter what room you are in, you will find that the chats are buzzing constantly—there are always conversations going on, some serious and some more light-hearted.
If you are looking for a bingo site that will make it easier to make “friends” or online bingo pen pals, then Mr Q is right for you.
Whether it is early in the afternoon or late in the evening, there are always a decent number of people knocking about and the games are always full enough to play on continuously.Back to top ↑
Taking Mr Q with You
There is no Android or iOS app, however, we can let Mr Q off since they are still quite new to the scene—we have seen plenty of older and more established names that don’t have an app, either.
Mr Q’s main website, however, was designed for both desktop computers and mobile and tablet devices. No matter how or from where you are playing, you will get the same seamless, intuitive, and high-quality experience.Back to top ↑
Depositing and Withdrawing Cash
You have two major options for deposits—Visa or MasterCard debit or credit cards or Pay by Mobile if you are on the O2, EE, or 3 networks. The minimum deposit is £10.00 with a maximum daily amount of £30.00 for Pay by Mobile customers.
Deposits are instantaneous.
Withdrawals are very smooth, too. Like with most other bingo sites, you can expect your cash to appear within three-to-five working days. You can only withdraw to a credit or debit card (not Pay by Mobile) and there is a maximum daily withdrawal amount of £1,000.00 per day and £5,000.00 in a calendar month.
The banking process is easy enough, however, we would like to see these withdrawal limits getting lifted in the future.Back to top ↑