The Play ‘n’ Go bingo software was first seen in the UK bingo market when Purely Bingo made the move from Cozy Games to Play ‘n’ Go. Unfortunately this brand has now closed, but there are still a few sites that have chosen to use this software to power their games and these are all part of the Excess Bingo Network.
The Play ‘n’ Go software was established in 2004 and offers you two versions of the online bingo game currently. 75 and 90 ball bingo are currently the online options available for bingo on brands powered by this software but there are a selection of instant win games also offered.
Other features of the Play ‘n’ Go software include auto buy, auto daub, a list of players who are close to bingo, the ability to play multiple games and a selection of smileys and colour coded messages in the chat rooms.
The software is licenced in Curacao Netherlands Antilles, a regulatory body that is not accepted or “white listed” by the UK Gambling Commission, something you might want to consider when choosing to play at any of the sites using the Play ‘N’ Go software.
Online Bingo Sites Using Play ‘n’ Go Software
Listed below are the sites that we have featured and reviewed here at Playing Bingo that are using the Play ‘n’ Go Bingo software. You can follow the links to read our review of the site, or the visit link to leave Playing Bingo and try the site.
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