Bingo Extra & Giveback Bingo Move To Dragonfish
Article Updated On 25th August 2020
2020 has seen a lot of chopping and changing of platforms when it comes to bingo brands. For example Ladbrokes and Coral have moved to GVC, Mirror Bingo jumped over to Jumpman and a number of old Cozy brands such as Mummies and Booty are active on Dragonfish. Surprise new additions to that platform are Bingo Extra and Give Back Bingo, both of which were sister brands to Kitty and Lucky Pants. Does this mean that those sites will also be moving home in the future?
If you now visit Bingo Extra or Give Back Bingo you'll be greeted with new look sites. Note that previous logins from the old sites will no longer work and you'll need to register new accounts. Both have the same welcome offer for newbies. Deposit £10 to spin the bonus wheel for the chance to win up to 350 spins plus 50 bingo tickets. Wagering requirements of x4 and x85 apply to the bingo and slots bonus offers respectively. Inside the lobbies of each brand you'll be able to play 75 ball, 90 ball and 52 ball games plus enjoy over 600 different slots.
Will Kitty Bingo Follow?
It's not a surprise to see these sites change platform. The Daub Alderney set up headed up by Kitty has struggled bingo wise over the last 12 months. Even today there are hardly any players on these sites. With that in mind we fully expect to see Kitty Bingo and Lucky Pants on the Dragonfish platform in the future. It's a shame that these things happen but bingo sites without bingo players don't survive. Mind you bingo sites without bingo players moving to a new platform don't always thrive either.
One thing that we have spotted with respect to the changes is that Giveback Bingo's modus operandi looks to have changed. Remember when this site originally launched it was aiming to donate some of it's proceeds to a featured charity of the month. A number of charitable causes did benefit but in recent times there's been no evidence of payments. Now the new Dragonfish doesn't even reference making donations which suggests to us that Giveback Bingo is no longer acting as a charity bingo brand.
Bgo Drop Deposit & Withdrawal Charges
Elsewhere there's some good news for online bingo and slot players who are registered with Bgo Bingo and it's sister brands. One of the big issues we've had with Bgo, Chilli Casino, Vegas Luck and Power Spins is that they charged for depositing and withdrawing. This means that if you deposited £10 you'd automatically lose some of your cash. Equally if you then withdrew your winnings they'd be another cash charge. This charge was a minimum of £2.50 regardless of how much you wanted to take out so this made it costly to withdraw small amounts.
However as of August 2020 all charges have now been dropped. This brings Bgo back in line with all it's main competitors and also makes it a more attractive proposition for players. It also now means that only Jumpman brands have charges in place for players wanting to take out money from their accounts. Hopefully Bgo's decision to drop the charges will make Jumpman reconsider their terms. They are introducing new cashback offers for players as well as a game of the month promotion.
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