Real Money Network - No Wagering Dragonfish Bingo
When changes were made with respect to the taxation of 'free bingo bonus money', Dragonfish launched the Real Money Network (also known as Real Bingo Network) in February 2017 with the arrival of Blighty Bingo. Since then the group has expanded to include other brands mostly launched by Maxi, Silverspin and Tau Gaming, Although these sites still use the same Dragonfish style software as the likes of Iceland, Bubble Bonus and Chit Chat, this network's unique selling point is that wins from bonuses, such as free spins and bingo tickets, are paid in cash.
No wagering terms are good news for players who don't like bonuses and being tied into a bingo site just for making a deposit. Any wins that are forthcoming from free bingo tickets (as offered on first deposit) or free spins are paid to your real money account. These are then withdrawable without the player having to spend a certain amount of money first. Many of the sites listed below like to reward players with daily free spins and bingo tickets. Note that some bonuses are not awarded unless you've deposited/played.
Other than the no wagering aspect, this Dragonfish based network isn't much different from it's original counterpart. There are 75 ball, 52 ball and 90 ball games, free bingo, Sure Win jackpots and the usual selection of slots. The bingo rooms include Street Party, Blighty 90, Hit 52, Wonky, and Last Call. Some of these rooms are shared with Dragonfish Network sites - e.g. Wonky is Bounce T and Last Call is The Late Night Show.
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This network shares jackpot games with it's Dragonfish Network counterparts. So you can play the £10K Big Bang, £1500 Tuesday Rocks and £1K Thursday Groove as you would on any other DF powered bingo site. A free bingo game every Sunday and Monday is also shared. Given that the cross over between these group of sites and Dragonfish Network is so similar - the main reason to choose one of the above is because of the no wagering element. There is free bingo but this is in the Free4U room which is open to all players all the time, no deposit needed!
When the no wagering terms started to launch we anticipated that things would rapidly expand. However in our view this hasn't been quite the success Dragonfish had hoped for and some sites (e.g. Bright Bingo) have closed. In fact it's hard to think of one brand in this group that has reached the same level as Wink, Costa or 888 Ladies. This may also be due to no wagering sites such as Buzz, Tombola and Jackpotjoy offering a better selection of games and rooms.
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