Clover Bingo Review
Updated On Thursday 22nd May 2014
New Player Offer: 200% Bonus
15 Network/Jumpman Gaming wagering terms and conditions will apply
Clover Bingo - formerly Paddy Bingo - is the latest new addition to the expanding 15 Network. When we first heard of the site under it's original name we raised our eyebrows in a way that would make Roger Moore proud. For us Paddy was sailing very close to the wind of another famous brand - Paddy Power Bingo. We suspect that this is why the site is now called Clover!
As a 15 Marketing site Clover Bingo offers players a selection of 75 and 90 ball games, slots and instants. New players are welcomed with the standard 200% bonus which includes a spin the wheel bonus should you deposit £10 or more at the first time of asking. You can win up to £2500 with the wheel spin but you're more than likely end up with £5 or £10. Bonus terms apply but you only need to wager £30 on site before you can start to withdraw.
Luck Of The Irish - Number 37
With the name you'd expect an Irish theme and an Irish theme you have. The site is colourful and has a Leprechaun as it's main character. Just for good measure there's a rainbow and lucky clover - all unsurprisingly sterotypical "luck of the Irish"! We did wonder why the Clover Bingo logo included the number 37 and suspected some clever Ireland relationship - however it's simply "More Than Eleven" in bingo call terms and that did leave us a tad disappointed.
At time of review the promotions available were limited to those offered across the 15 Network. This means you'll find free bingo, Friday Night Takeaway, Midweek Madness, Weekend Wad, Team Bingo and a VIP scheme. Talking of the VIP scheme if you like the site's Facebook page you'll qualify for a quick and easy 1000 loyalty points. Hopefully in the future they'll be some exclusive prize promotions, bingo rooms and offers.
Does Clover Have Staying Power?
The big question mark over Clover Bingo lied with it's original name. We suspect that the folks at Paddy Power joined us in the Roger Moore eyebrow raising stakes. The new name should remove this issue. However the name issue doesn't detract from the site as a whole. It uses the Jumpman Gaming Platform and is on an up and coming network so players should enjoy the experience. The problem is though that 17 sites in players know the software and perhaps now need a little more from new additions to entice them in or entice them back.