Bingo Diaries Review
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Bingo Diaries is the fifth member of the new Wheels Of Slot Network which is powered by Jumpman Software. The site looks good and features a pen character although the brand seems to be inspired by TV shows such as Vampire Diaries and The Originals. How they tie in with bingo we're not so sure so let's take a look and see if we can find a connection.
Launched: August 2015
Owner: Creatives Media Ltd
Licence: UK GC & Alderney GCC
Bingo Rooms: 75 ball, 90 ball
Popular Slots: Irish Luck, Shamans Dream, Temple of Isis
Minimum Deposit: £5 Minimum Withdrawal: £30
Wagering Terms: x40 IG bonus
Bingo Diaries, like others on this network, has a different approach to welcome bonus offers. Deposit £10 and you'll be able to spin the wheel to determine your free spins on one of three popular slots. Alternatively you may be given some free bingo cards. Wagering terms do apply but any wins from these bonuses will be yours to spend straight away.
Open the diary and you'll be able to play 75 ball and 90 ball bingo - including free games daily between midday and 2pm. There's also video bingo plus slots such as Fluffy Favourites, Sugar Train and Shaman's Dream. Promotions wise you'll find jackpot games such as Balance Booster Jackpot, All Or Nothing and Fortune Fountain. You can also bag extra free bonus wheel spins when you make a deposit.
You can keep up to date with all that's happening at Bingo Diaries via their "Diaries News" section. However this is a bit of a disappointment in that there's only three posts and they date back to August and September. One post is a welcome, the other is about The Originals and the third about Vampire Diaries. We're still not really sure about the relevance of these shows to the actual site though.
On paper a "Bingo Diaries" which links fans of cult TV together sounds like it might have potential but it's not practical. Microgaming put a lot behind their Immortal Romance Bingo room when it launched - yet it's barely spoken about now. That kind of gives a good indication of the bingo and cult TV show relationship. If I'm playing bingo then I'm not going to be overly worried about Dark Times for The Vampire Diaries or what happens next in The Originals.
That said this site could work with a tweak or two. We all love the idea of sneaking a peak at diaries so why not have a daily diary on site! Adrian Mole and Bridget Jones have demonstrated what can be done with a diary format. If the entries are written well enough then that could attract an audience. Overall our advice for Bingo Diaries is take a look at the bingo and slots, but forget about the diary side.
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Updated On Wednesday 14th October 2015