Dino Bingo Review
Updated On Thursday 5th March 2015
New Player Offer: 250% Bonus
Dragonfish - Intertain wagering terms and conditions will apply
Last month we told you about the arrival of Giant Bingo on the Ignite Network. We expected that it wouldn't be the only new arrival for the group in 2015, but it's not taken long for Giant to lose it's new kid status as there's already another new brand on this Dragonfish powered network. Dino Bingo is the latest addition to the stable and it's a place where you can play for Jurassic Jackpots.
As expected Dino Bingo has a dinosaur theme! Like it's Ignite sister sites it's a very colourful looking site that features some strange looking creatures. We're not totally sure about the dinos which inhabit the land - the green one on the left of the site looks like it's plotting some kind of evil deed. Whilst over on the right we're pretty sure that's a LesDawsonasuraus!
Bingo wise there's nothing unusual - it's your typical 75 and 90 ball games, jackpots and progressives. New players are welcomed with free bingo games whilst if you go on and make a deposit then there's a 250% bonus on offer (deposits £5 to £20). Like Giant, Monkey, Treasure and all the other Ignite brands there's a second and third deposit reload code as well as the usual 50% bonus on all other funding. Wagering terms apply.
Free bingo is available to play for non-funded players whilst funded players get access to extra games. This includes the Raptor Reload and Deano’s £10K Yabba Dabba Dough that takes place every Friday. Whilst we know that these games are just the same as the ones across the other Ignite brands at least they do spend time to come up with imaginative names for each of the jackpots/games.
As with Giant though there's probably not a lot here players haven't seen before! Whilst Ignite aren't quite up to The Live Bingo Network or 15 Network levels of repetition, these additional sites don't quite cut the mustard in the excitement stakes. Dino won't be rapidly joining the list of bingo brands that become extinct but it does already feel like a dinosaur in terms of originality and uniqueness.