Last month we reported that Think Bingo were on the move. After almost 15 years on the Dragonfish platform, the brand has now completed it's move to Cozy Games. The reason behind the change is that the owners of Think, GVC, also own the Cozy Games set up. Therefore it makes some degree of sense for them to host their brands on their own software.
The new Think Bingo site is quite minamilist. In addition, it's emphasis is more on casino and slots than bingo. Clicking to thinkbingo.com takes you to a page dominated by an offers slideshow and a whole heap of links to slots. Bingo is represented by a couple of lines inviting you to "play some of the best online bingo around".
£3000 Pay Day Jackpot
The bingo channel is simply a schedule of current and future games. Unlike other Cozy Games powered sites, the rooms at Think are named specifically for them. However, as far as we're aware these aren't standalone rooms. For example, Double Trouble is the network's Big Ben 90 ball room whilst Thinking 80s is the Down Down 80 ball room.
As well as the 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball bingo rooms, Think also shares two jackpots. The Hump Day jackpot that plays every Wednesday and the monthly £3000 Pay Day game. This plays on the last Friday of every month. Tickets cost just 25p and can be purchased via pre-buy.
No Newbie Free Bingo
There are a couple of things missing at Think Bingo. Firstly, new players don't seem to be beiong offered access to £3000 of free bingo. All newbies on sites like Snappy, Smooth, Mummies and Aunty Acid can enjoy 7 days of free bingo games with no deposit required. Additionally, new depositors are offered a welcome bonus of 300% (wagering terms apply).
Additionally, there doesn't seem to be any Think Bingo promotions. Currently on other Cozy Games sites there's a daily offer plus a £1000 Super September slots tournament. There's no sign of either at Think. We're unsure why, but it does make you wonder why the network promos aren't part of the new Think brand?
A Cheeky Fiver & The End Of Rollover?
Aside from the above, we mentioned last month that ITV, Telly Talk and Bingo Scotland were closing. Usually Cashcade brand closures result in redirections to Think, however, it's Cheeky Bingo that's benefiting from the closures. Old players are being offered a £5 no deposit bonus for setting up a new account on Cheeky.
Within the small print of the offer that you'll find at itvbingo.com is an indication that Rollover Bingo's days are also numbered. They're named as one of the sites that is closing - although currently they're still open on the old Cashcade/Dragonfish network. If Rollover was to close then that would only leave Foxy and Cheeky remaining from the old Cashcade group.
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