Viking Bingo Closes To End The Wheel Of Slots
Article Updated On 15th December 2018
Over the last couple of months we've been reporting on Wheel Of Slot brands. Sites like Bingo Fling and Volcano Bingo have made the move to the 15 Network, also powered by Jumpman Gaming. Further activity this month saw just Viking Bingo remaining on The WSN and as expected time has been called on this particular network.
In an email received at 8pm on the 13th December 2018, we had notification that Viking Bingo was closing. The email states "please be advised that website Viking Bingo will be closing on Friday 14th December 2018. You will be able to access the site up until this time and all games will continue until this time. After 00:01 on Friday 14th December you will no longer be able to access the site nor your Viking Bingo account".
Viking Bingo Will Return
The email continues: "We encourage you to ensure that your bonus balances are utilised before this time, and that you ensure you've withdrawn any remaining cash balance in your account prior to Friday 14th December". This obviously isn't much notice so if you do have funds at Viking then you're advised to contact the support team via email. Details can be found by visiting the Viking Bingo website.
Visitors to Viking Bingo are advised to head off and play at Dove Bingo. However, this isn't the end for Viking. The email to players suggests that they "will be back in the new year with a much-improved product". We suspect that if they do relaunch then this will be Viking Bingo 2.0 on the 15 Network platform!
Goodbye The Wheel Of Slots
Whilst Viking Bingo may be returning from Valhalla, The Wheel Of Slots Network has been completely pillaged. There are now no Jumpman brands on this network. It has passed on. It has expired. It's kicked the bucket and shuffled off this mortal coil. In short it's an ex-network.
The Wheel Of Slots Network was a forerunner for the current Jumpman Slots stable. With it's Spin The Wheel bonus it was a deviation from the 15 Network which offered standard deposit bonuses to bingo players. However The WSN lost it's USP once the 15 Network adopted The Mega Reel and the Jumpman Slots Network launched.
The WSN set up also didn't appeal to bingo players. It had it's own network of rooms but they were seldom busy. In comparison - at least at the time - the 15 Network had the bigger bingo jackpots and better promotions. So it's goodbye Wheel Of Slots Network. Hopefully it's demise will now see much needed improvements to the bingo offering on 15 Network brands.
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