Daily Record Bingo Review
Daily Record Bingo is another relaunched brand from Reach Gaming. It originally was on the old Cashcade network powered by Dragonfish and then possibly moved to Virtue Fusion with it's sister site Mirror Bingo. Like the latter it's now back in the bingo fold thanks to Jumpman. Like Mirror Bingo is probably the best description because it's pretty much identical. Whilst this isn't unexpected with new brands it does make you wonder when or if anyone is ever going to try something new or exclusive. Still there's 20 no deposit spins to look forward to if you choose to sign up.
Introducing Daily Record Bingo
We quite liked the revamped Mirror Bingo so it's perhaps no surprise we also like the look of it's new stablemate. The main difference in design other than the different logos is the ladies that are covered with "Boom", "Winner", "Get In" and "Yessss". Given that the brand is for Scotland's National daily newspaper we would have expected a bit more of a Scottish flavour. whilst it is after all the standard Jumpman design it is nice to see that bingo rooms feature at the top of the site. The site is now mobile friendly and games can be enjoyed on desktop, mobile and tablet. No app is required.
Daily Record Bingo Welcome Offer
New players are welcomed to Daily Record Bingo with the Jumpman network's now standard offer. Unlike Express Wins and Star Wins, The Daily Record has opted for the Mega Reel mechanic over a Loot Chest. Register, login and deposit a minimum of £10 to win a spin on the wheel. You may win nothing but by the same token you could collect up to 500 spins on Starburst or Fluffy Favourites. It's also possible to win an Amazon voucher worth £10. Wagering terms apply to wins from any bonus spins and this is set at a x65 requirement. The maximum win per 10 spins is £8. Other terms apply. For a limited time new players can also get a no deposit bonus.
Daily Record Bingo is powered by Pragmatic Play. Therefore you will find 75, 80 and 90 ball rooms which also offer some chat and access to mini games. The main rooms The Jackpot Room, Country Road, Heavyweight and Boombox are joined by a handful of jackpot rooms like Friday Fun, Bingo Blast and others. A new Reels Room is expected to join the network soon. Additionally you can play instant win versions of the lotto meets bingo game, Bingo Millions. However the multi-player 90 ball room has now been removed from the entire network. There are no exclusive rooms open to Daily Record Bingo players.
Slots dominate Jumpman brands and to be fair that's the same here. There are 100s of titles to choose from and they are provided by the likes of NetEnt, Eyecon Games and many others. Latest additions include Lady Earth, Electric Avenue, Beat The Bobbies At The Tower Of London, Aztec Spins, Arthur's Fortune, Reactive Mega Drop, Atlantis and Zeus III. These are joined by a selection of Daily Drop Slots and Progressive Jackpots. You'll need to use search to locate Megaways titles or Slingo games.
Daily Record Bingo Promotions
Player promotions at Daily Record Bingo are the standard network offers. These include a new CashDrop game for qualifying depositors, Happy Hour every Wednesday and extra spins of The Mega Reel on deposits of £20 or more. Note that wagering terms still apply to these extra spins of the Mega Reel. A trophies scheme is also in play and this gives players opportunities for further turns on the Mega Reel. Players can increase their status and earn trophies by wagering and completing challenges. Tournaments and prize draws from slot providers regularly take place every month. A new CashDrop game has been recently added to replace Cashback. CashDrop gives depositors the chance to win cash prizes the day after making a deposit.
Without any exclusives Daily Record Bingo is no better than 150+ other sites on the same platform. We'd like to see either unique offers or bingo rooms so that they have their own identity. It'd make sense for them to share Daily Record Bingo numbers from their newspaper games for example. Unfortunately we can't ignore the fact that the welcome offer isn't that attractive. The high wagering term is hefty and it's possible to not win on the Mega Wheel. Furthermore the platform has recently introduced a withdrawal fee of £2.50 on all transactions.