Yay Bingo Review
Tau Gaming will soon be launching yet another bingo brand, Yay Bingo. Yay will be joining the likes of Zinger, Besties, Kozmo and Hunky on the expanding "no wagering" network powered by Dragonfish. Yay means to express "triumph, approval, or encouragement" but does this new bingo site get a yay or nay from us?
Yay Bingo looks like many of the other Tau Gaming bingo brands. It's homepage is dominated by the welcome offer and large expanses of colour contain information about the bingo rooms and slots that are available. Black and white photos of "players" punctuate the colourful slides at the top of the page.
No Wagering Bingo & Spins
One thing we do like about Yay Bingo is that they do use images of men on their site. Too many sites launch and focus on women playing bingo, so it's a nice change. Mind, the main guy looks like he's from TOWIE or a similar reality show. We're pretty sure he's not famous but he has one of those faces that looks familiar!
Registration at Yay is simple - and first time depositors are welcomed with the bonus offer outlined above. Yay, like it's sister sites, is a no wagering bingo brand. This means that any wins you get off free tickets or free slot spins are paid to your cash wallet. These wins can then be withdrawn in line with the site's terms.
Daily Free Spins
Inside Yay you'll find the usual Dragonfish powered 75 ball and 90 ball rooms, jackpots and progressives. These are joined by an array of slots from providers like Eyecon, Pariplay and Net Entertainment. According to the blurb on the site "The UK's Happiest Bingo site" offers over 300 different slots. Visit daily and you'll be rewarded with up to 50 free spins (depositing players only, terms apply).
In isolation, Yay Bingo is an exciting site that will provide players with a good experience. The no wagering element does seem to becoming a norm for many new bingo sites though, so whilst good it's not as unique as it once was. In fact, we expect most bingo sites to adopt this approach in the future.
Yay Or Nay?
In fact, Yay lacks any kind of uniqueness and this is a frustration. The brand has no social media presence nor any promotions that can be dubbed exclusive. Tau have now launched several "no wagering" brands so now we'd love to see them develop them. Yay has a good name but needs more to help it rise to Foxy, Costa and Wink levels.