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WSN Drop Bingo Tickets From Bonus Wheel

Posted by Nickie on: Thursday, Mar. 1st 2018 7:07 AM

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The Wheel Of Slots Network (WSN) never really got its foot in the bingo door in the same way that the 15 Network did but it’s clear that Jumpman Gaming as a bingo entity is not fairing too well with players. Step into the bingo rooms (and we did on the evening of 19th February) and you’ll find very few players in the rooms. On the 15 Network at 8.40pm there were 11 in the rooms and across on WSN, a couple more at 13.

It comes as no surprise then to find that the networks, and ultimately the software platform, is sustained by the slots players. This explains why both networks have recently removed the ‘bingo tickets’ section from their bonus wheels.

New Bonus Structure On WSN

The 15 Network did this a while back when they introduced the Mega Wheel bonus on first deposits, a new bonus that replaced the old 200% cash match bonus and wheel spin to win between £5 and £2,500 in bonus funds.

The new bonus structure for WSN only came into play quite recently but it’s not just the removal of the bingo tickets on the wheel that is different, the slot titles that you can win spins on have changed too.

Previously you could win spins on Fluffy Favourites, Temple of Isis or Shaman’s Dream. The new titles are Pets, Black Widow and Fire vs. Ice. But what has the bingo tickets section been replaced with?

In true Jumpman style it’s been replaced with an Unlucky segment. Chances are you won’t hit this though, as is pretty standard across both networks, or at least when we’ve spun their wheels, the winnings are 20 slot spins.

Something New Is Required!

Jumpman Gaming and the two networks have stripped themselves bare of all that made them appealing at launch. We lost the live quiz element shortly after launch, the chat rooms were merged to one and slowly but surely they’ve removed anything the held the interest of the bingo player.

How long before we see more closures of sites powered by the Jumpman software?

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