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Rehab Rebrands To Rosy Bingo

Wednesday, Mar. 14th 2018 7:46 AM
Rosy Bingo

Rosy Bingo Is
The New Rehab

Our excitement was piqued recently when we heard of yet another new bingo brand that had launched, a brand called Rosy Bingo. Immediately we headed to the site to see what it had to offer to the discerning online bingo player, only to be disappointed to find that the site isn’t actually a new site but a re-brand of an already established name, Rehab Bingo.

What was even more disappointing was that the site had done very little to make itself to look even remotely different from its previous incarnation. The only difference is a change in logo, which you’d expect with the new Rosy Bingo name, and a new welcome offer. The latter being less than was offered by Rehab.

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Is Gumball Bingo Worth A Chew?

Thursday, Mar. 8th 2018 7:34 AM
Gumball Bingo

Gumball Bingo
Launching Soon

A brand new site is set to be launching very soon on the Cozy Games product and it is called Gumball Bingo. We’re not sure which of the two networks, if either, that the site will be opening on but we do know that it is owned by 8 Ball Games. This company has an already impressive portfolio of sites on the Cozy software.

This will be the first new brand that has launched on the Cozy Games product since Electraworks (Ltd) acquired the software. We’re excited to see what it has to offer but suspect it will be much the same as the others from 8 Ball Games on this software platform.

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Gamesys Bonus Changes And Caesars Bingo Closing

Saturday, Mar. 3rd 2018 7:10 AM

There has been quite a bit of news breaking of late from the Gamesys camp and one interesting story is of the impending closure of Ceasars Bingo. We were informed of the closure by email and the wording was a little ambiguous – ‘CAESARS Bingo will no longer be operated by Entertaining Play Limited, which means that the site will be shut down’.

Does this mean that Caesars Bingo may re-appear in the future but on a different platform or simply that the owners no longer see any value in the brand? We can’t be sure but what we do know is that the site will close on Tuesday 27th March.

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New To 15 Network – Coffee Break Bingo

Tuesday, Feb. 20th 2018 7:23 AM

Coffee Break Bingo

15 Network Launch
Coffee Break Bingo

There are some new bingo sites that simply launch with no fanfare and actually, don’t even hit our radar until months after they have opened. Coffee Break Bingo is one such brand! According to various sources, this site opened in November 2017 but here we are in February and we only stumbled on the fact that it was open when looking into the reappearance of the Newbie Room on the 15 Network!

Coffee Break Bingo looks like many of the other sites available on the 15 Network but whilst others have followed the recent request to remove certain titles for landing pages, this new site still shows Fluffy Favourites and Sugar Train under their Hot Slots section.

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Bingo Besties Are Friends With Benefits!

Tuesday, Feb. 13th 2018 7:13 AM

Tau Gaming, the company behind popular brands like Zinger, Dabber and Hunky (to name just a few) has been hard at it creating another brand new bingo site for players and earlier this month Bingo Besties made its debut! Like the other sites from Tau Gaming, the latest addition is part of the Real Money Network which means no wagering requirements.

Whether it’s utilising the Free 4 U Room and getting lucky on the no cost games available for a few days without deposit, or the bingo tickets allocated to your account on first deposit, or the 10 Fluffy Favourites spins, none of the bonuses given with the code BESTIES have wagering requirements!

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Fresh New Look And Bonus At Wink Bingo

Tuesday, Feb. 6th 2018 7:59 AM

Over the last few months we have seen quite a few changes at popular bingo sites, and those that are not so well-known, as they all work to meet the new regulations and expectations of the likes of the Gambling Commission. The latest to make changes is Wink Bingo and just recently they unveiled a brand new look, a change in the welcome bonus for new players and a swish advertising campaign.

Wink Bingo now has a retro pop-art feel to it and we quite like the updated look. Often a makeover goes no further than the home page and all too often we’ve seen a change on the landing page but little actually changes when you login. This is not the case for Wink; the virtual painters and decorators have been at work site wide!

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Interesting Welcome Offer From Small Bingo

Saturday, Jan. 27th 2018 7:51 AM

Small Bingo is the newest bingo brand to launch from Tau Gaming, the company behind sites like Lucy, Good Day and Welcome Bingo. With the opening of the site comes an interesting welcome package, a hybrid deal that sees no wagering for bingo if you get lucky with the tickets that are offered as part of the package.

Alternatively, if you prefer slots, you are offered the option of taking a casino bonus at Small Bingo. The casino bonus has wagering requirements of 99x the amount of winnings generated from the up to 200 spins you could be allocated though. The site is part of the large Dragonfish network, so you know just what to expect from the gaming experience.

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Goldy Bingo Is Missing The Bling

Friday, Dec. 1st 2017 7:20 AM

It’s been a while since we had news of new bingo site launching but a few days ago, Goldy Bingo joined the throng. At first glance, the site looks to offer all the bling that you might expect from a site with this name and then you realise, it’s just another brand on the Cozy Games software.

Whilst Goldy Bingo ,and other sites on the same software, do boast an impressive choice of bingo games, they are all much the same as each other with little to separate one brand from another. With the loss of the no deposit required cash, is there enough about this site to make it worth registering and depositing with?

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