Dragonfish Bingo Sites
Prepare to be a little bit confused. The Dragonfish network is a network of bingo sites that are managed by the independent B2B division of 888 Holdings Plc. The sites are operated by Cassava under the name Brigend Ltd! This network used to be called the Globalcom network. Dragonfish network sites include our own Loquax Bingo, Prize Bingo and Bingo House as well as the likes of Bingo Fabulous, Brits Bingo and Iceland Bingo.
In the last couple of years, the network has encouraged new additions to add extra value to their brands. This means sites like Iceland and Bubble Bonus offering their own exclusive rooms, tournaments and improved welcome offers.
Recent new additions include Welcome, Flowerpot, Katie's and Sweet Shop.
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Additional Network Sites
About The Network
All sites offer the same games and promotions, but there may be variations in the sign up bonuses - e.g. free bingo and first deposit bonus. Of course we'd like you to use our own sites but we've included others for choice and reference. Please do check the terms of the deposit bonus offers if they're different to the usual free bingo and 100% bonus.
You can track progressive jackpots and winners on Globalcom sites with our Prize Bingo Trackpot!
As of November 1, 2014 all Dragonfish Network sitea' gambling services in the UK are operated and managed by 888 UK Limited, a company licensed and regulated by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission.
The Cassava name appears throughout online bingo and you'll find it behind other networks (which we used to lump under the name Globalcom). There's Cashcade, who bring you Foxy Bingo, Daub who are behind Wink Bingo and Ignite who have Costa Bingo. As you're probably well aware by now - it all gets a little confusing!