Updated On Wednesday 3rd September 2014
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After the recent closures of Love and Bingojoy on the G2Tech Network we were wondering what the future held. However it does seem there's still some life in the network that's flag shipped by Chit Chat Bingo and includes Daily Express Games and Daily Star Games. Joining these brands is Bingozino - the new name for Royal Games Bingo.
Royal Games Bingo stemmed from King.com, who use to be known as Midasplayer. Many people won't remember these names but given that King.com went on to create Candy Crush and Bubble Witch things have definitely changed for the best for them. Bingozino probably distances itself from the group - and we're not entirely certain if it's still owned by them!
Anyway Bingozino are a member of the G2Tech/St Minver Network and that means some standard welcome features for new players. There's a £1 free no deposit bonus accompanied by a 200% first deposit bonus. A 100% second bonus is also available. Please do check the wagering requirements as they're not always the kindest compared to other software platforms (x10 compared to the usual x4).
At Bingozino you can enjoy 75, 80 and 90 ball games in a variety of rooms including Bingo Cafe, Royal Bingo, Bingo Ballroom and Bingo Party. Room numbers are not that impressive given the brands on this network and perhaps it highlights that it doesn't quite have the pulling power of Virtue Fusion or Cassava. There are of course plenty of slots, scratchcards and side games for those players who enjoy them.
Promotions wise we're treated to the same offers that are available across the network. These include penny bingo day, free bingo, 1p value slots, Jackpot Genie and Fastest Finger First. There are some bigger promos such as The Live Bingo, daily free scratchcard and Celebrating Britain plus at time of writing Bingozino teases that "something big is coming".
We've no idea what that something big will be but expect that it won't be exclusive to Bingozino. As ever we'd love to see exclusives and brands to try and show a little bit of willing in that department whether it's via their site or social media. The £1 freebie is nice but we're not sure if it's enough to tempt people in or if there's enough to keep folks staying. At the very least there's still life in the G2Tech/St Minver network despite the loss of Love and Joy!