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Come On Down For Bringo Bingo

Thursday, Aug. 3rd 2017 7:57 AM

There’s yet another new addition to the world of online bingo and it’s from the same company who recently launched Real Deal Bingo. The newest launch is called Bringo Bingo and it’s from the same people responsible for the popular brand, Costa Bingo.

Bringo Bingo launched earlier this month and they are asking players to ‘Come On Down’ to their gameshow style site. To make the welcome a little more appealing, they are giving all new players who register and include their financial details, £5 free, no deposit required. However, this offer may not be around for long so be quick to claim.

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Creating A Buzz, Queen Bee Bingo

Thursday, Jul. 27th 2017 7:55 AM

A new brand has hit the world of online bingo and it’s another from the popular Tau Gaming camp. Queen Bee Bingo is the fifth brand from this company and it is creating a buzz because, like it’s four sister brands, it boasts no wagering requirements!

Queen Bee Bingo has a welcome structure that doesn’t offer free play bonuses but instead awards you with tickets for certain games and a number of free spins. Of course, there are T&C’s for the free spins and tickets, but you aren’t required to wager a multiple of any of the bonuses that are awarded by this new bingo site.

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£10 Free From Lucy Bingo

Saturday, Jul. 15th 2017 7:10 AM

We often see new bingo sites launch but when it comes to those offering a no deposit required bonus, these are usually restricted to those that opt for the Cozy Games software. Not the new site we’re reporting on today, this site has opted for the Dragonfish network and it opened at the beginning of the month. The site is Lucy Bingo and it is from the same company that is responsible for Peeps and Welcome Bingo.

Now, whilst we are impressed with the £10 free play bonus new players are offered at the point of registration (if they include their financial details), we’re not so enthralled with the design of the site. It’s dull as dishwater and whilst ‘Lucy’ looks friendly enough, it’s not a great first impression.

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Prepare Yourself For Big Boy Bingo!

Thursday, Jun. 15th 2017 7:46 AM

Big Boy Bingo

Big Boy Bingo
Coming Soon

a time we have referred to the names of new bingo sites as ‘scrapping the bingo barrel’ but the latest brand name to reach our ears has us sat at our desks with our heads in our hands, after we had facepalmed ourselves! The name, and we’ll just leave it sitting here for a bit, is BIG BOY BINGO….

If you were from California, you could be forgiven for thinking that the popular fast food resturant, Big Boy, had chosen to diversify into online bingo. We’re not in California, we’re in the UK and the words ‘big boy’ have many different connotations, some of which are a bit near the knuckle.

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Changes Coming To Zinger Bingo

Saturday, Jun. 10th 2017 7:15 AM

Zinger Bingo first launched onto your screens in early 2016, the sister site of Hunky Bingo. Both brands are owned by Tau Gaming, the company behind the first ever UK site to launch with no wagering requirements, Blighty Bingo. Just a few days ago we received an email from this company informing us that on 13th June, Zinger Bingo as we know it is going to close. Don’t panic though, on the same day it will re-open but on a different network.

We were unaware that actually there are no two networks from Dragonfish, the email from Zinger Bingo was quite informative! The two networks, according to the email are the traditional, and best known, Dragonfish Globalcom Network and then more recently, the Dragonfish Real Money Bingo Network. Currently this brand is on the former.

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A Great Welcome From Bumble Bingo

Thursday, Feb. 9th 2017 7:02 AM

Bumble Bingo

Bumble Bingo
Creates A Buzz

Bumble Bingo joined the ranks of the Dragonfish network just before Christmas 2016 and at first glance, looks like a number of others that we had seen prior to its launch. It’s often hard to get excited about something you have seem multiple times previously but then a little something landed on our doormat and we were buzzing!

We’d registered and deposited a few times with Bumble Bingo at launch but hadn’t been back for a few weeks. Yesterday a little package was delivered from this new bingo site and to say we were impressed would be an understatement. What we received was very apt, it was a candle making kit complete with instructions, bees wax, wick and ribbon and two bumble bee pins.

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Something Different From Blighty Bingo

Saturday, Feb. 4th 2017 7:59 AM

As our readers will know, we have our finger on the pulse when it comes to new bingo sites but we will readily admit that we don’t usually get excited about what they have to offer. All too often we find that the new site we’re about to feature is just the same as 100’s of others we’ve already played at. However, last week Blighty Bingo revealed something different to the online bingo marketplace.

It’s not just the welcome bonus that’s structured differently at Blighty Bingo, it’s the rooms and even the design that don’t conform with what you would expect from a site that has launched on the Dragonfish network.

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Dragonfish Closed All My Accounts

Saturday, Jan. 28th 2017 7:27 AM

Dragonfish

Dragonfish
Close Accounts

On 26th January at 8am in the morning I logged into my Bumble Bingo account to check my balance. I had £30 cash. I then went about my day preparing news about bingo for various sources before checking my emails at about 3pm. It was then I noticed a number of emails from various Dragonfish sites with the subject title Account Deactivation Notice.

As a bingo writer, I’ve reported on a number of players who have had their accounts closed by Cassava and predominantly this has always been because of what has been considered bonus abuse. This does not appear to be the case in this situation. My account usage for Dragonfish brands usually consists of registration, a £10 deposit to check the bonuses available for reviews and our bonus pages, and that’s it.

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