About William Hill Bingo
While William Hill is one of the most respected sports bookmakers in the world, in recent years they have also expanded into various markets such as bingo. The company itself can trace its roots back to the 1800s, when they first began operating within the horse racing business as commission agents for one of the United Kingdom’s most prestigious horse racing stables. Over the course of the next 100 years they would expand into the U.K.’s biggest high street bookmaker with some 1000+ high street retail betting outlets
With the emergence of the Internet became a requirement for the company to expand into online gambling, where they now offer a more comprehensive range of markets than is available in many of their physical stores. Naturally, as other bookmakers began moving into poker and bingo, William Hill had to follow this trend to remain competitive. They have done this with great success, with their bingo solution now ranking among some of the most popular in the world.
When it comes to diversity in online bingo, William Hill really do stand head and shoulders above the rest. Their comprehensive offering includes 90 ball bingo, 75 Ball bingo, 75 Ball pattern bingo, 80 Ball bingo, multi-variant bingo and Joker Jackpot.
For those that prefer to try something a little different between games, there is also a wide selection of slots, including many progressive jackpots that are tied in with various other brands across the William Hill network, which quite simply increases their value beyond what many independent operators are able to offer.
Deposits and Withdrawals
While William Hill do not have the most impressive array of depositing methods, they do cover pretty much all of the main ones. In addition to accepting all major credit and debit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard and Maestro, they also accept a wide range of e-wallets such as PayPal, Neteller, UKash, Paysafecard, Clickandbuy, Poli and Skrill Moneybookers.
It goes without saying that (just with any other legitimate gambling company) William Hill will always try to deposit your winnings into the same account or back to the same card that you made your most recent deposit with as an additional layer of security against money laundering. This is a legal requirement and can only be circumvented by contacting their customer service department and providing the legal documents that they will inevitably request.