Dove Bingo Review - Site Reviews
In July 2015 Dove Bingo became the 26th brand to join the nest at the 15 Network, fluttering its feathers with a big welcome for players. The homepage features several white doves, a dovecote and plenty of information about bonuses, upcoming offers and such. The software here is provided by Jumpman Gaming and the bonuses will be familiar to anyone who has played this network previously.
Registering a new account at Dove Bingo is easy and the bonuses when you begin are generous indeed. The brand accept only debit and credit cards but this does make things pretty simple and you’ll be ready to hit the bingo rooms, with your bonuses very soon!
Once you’re ready to play just hit play and launch the bingo lobby where you’ll see all the games and the full features here on site. There are two variants of bingo, traditional UK 90-ball and US 75-ball pattern bingo and you can play these games across a variety of bingo rooms offering different price tickets and a great variation of games. All game information is accessible from the lobby so it’s easy to see what’s coming up and choose your room and once in the bingo rooms the games are intuitive and easy to play. As well as the standard rooms there’s also free bingo and scheduled jackpots and you’ll find these under the specials tabs.
In addition to the easy to play bingo there’s a selection of slots, side games and mini games all available either from the Dove Bingo lobby or from the bingo screen. Here you’ll also find a good mix of coin sizes to suit your pocket and there are plenty of games to choose from too with big named slots like Shaman’s Dream, Sugar Train and others.
We dive straight into the promotions page where we find the usual 15 Network offerings, regular jackpots, free bingo for depositing players, and monthly promotions that change regularly. What we don’t find is any standalone specials in the general promotions section, in fact everything is just like it is on many other 15 Network sites and in the end that might be the downside of Dove Bingo. However, the brand has tried to think outside of the proverbial box with the loss of the Spin The Wheel bonus, replacing it with the option to choose a dove who plucks a worm from the soil to reveal the bonus. It’s great, the bingo is fantastic, everything is brilliant, but it’s not unique past the welcome bonus and these games and promotions are available on a good many other brands too.
We don’t want to be too harsh on Dove Bingo after all this is a brand new bingo brand and it’s still in its infancy, but we’d really like to see something new, fresh and unique and we’re not sure we found it here!
Dove Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Dove Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Known software and network.
- Impressive welcome offers for new players.
- Deposit bonuses on all transactions.
Dove Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Dove Bingo need to work on to improve their service to bingo players. If you're not happy with the site's issues, vote with your feet and play elsewhere.
- Only two bingo variants available.
- Much like other sites on the network.
- Only accepts debit and credit cards as payment methods.
Dove Bingo Bonuses
Deposit £10 on your first deposit at Dove Bingo and receive a 200% deposit bonus plus you get the chance to gain an extra bonus by choosing a dove for a bonus of at least £5. The brand also offers reloads on every deposit.
T&C's apply - New players only. Min. deposit £10, max. bingo bonus £100. Wagering requirements of 4x for bingo bonus and 40x for IG bonus.
Dove Bingo Software, Network And Company
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Dove Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Dove Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Telephone: 01481 734554
- Email: email@example.com
Dove Bingo Licensing And Complaints
Dove Bingo is licensed in Alderney. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gamblingcontrol.org.
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39175
By: Kath Cross