Bright Bingo Review – Not Recommended!
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Fast Facts About Bright Bingo – Not Recommended!
Games / Features
- 90 Ball Bingo
- 75 Ball Bingo
- Casino & Slots
Contact / Support
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Bright Bingo – Not Recommended! Pros. and Cons.
- Standalone bingo rooms
- Generous 500% first deposit bonus
- Huge choice of side games
- Unique and appealing loyalty reward program
- A dazzling number of promotions
- Small choice of bingo games and rooms
Bright Bingo – Not Recommended! - Detailed Review
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As of 30th April 2018, Bright Bingo made the move from a standalone network to the Dragonfish Bingo Network. In doing so, they opted not to migrate player data forcing players to sign-up new accounts. Affiliates also lost a record of all referred players since the launch in 2014, which resulted in a loss of future commission. The brand partnership has since been severed due to this direct violation of the original contract established with Bingocams Partners. In addition to the inconvenience factor for existing players, we don’t stand behind this brand any longer based on the poor business practices displayed.
Before you can hit the bingo rooms, you must first be a member at Bright Bingo but don’t worry if you haven’t already signed up for an account, as you can open one in minutes.
All you’ll need is the usual name, address, date of birth and email, as well as some contact info and your choice of user name and password. You won’t need an card details or funding methods at this point. When you first open your new Bright Bingo account, you are given a 500% first deposit bonus of up to £100. Simply deposit £10 or more to receive your welcome bonus.
The Bright Bingo Loyalty Program is another way in which the bingo site rewards players. For every £1 you spend on bingo tickets, you will receive 1x XP Point. These points not only progress you through the loyalty levels themselves but they can also be spent in the Bright Bingo Shop, where you can buy MP3 players, tablet PCs, games consoles and other sought after gadgets and devices. You can also buy a range of bingo bonuses that can be spent playing more games.
All that sparkles is bingo
These days, we’re used to seeing a number of different bingo variants and game types at some leading bingo sites. However, at Bright Bingo your choice is restricted to just two – classic 90-ball bingo and 75-ball line bingo.
These games can be played in a number of standalone bingo rooms that include four regular 90-ball rooms, a 75-ball room, two free 90-ball rooms and two special 90-ball rooms. Bright Bingo may not have the biggest collection of bingo games and rooms but it more than makes up for this with a huge choice of online slots, casino games and other instant win games.
In fact, a big chunk of Microgaming’s back catalogue can be found at Bright Bingo. You can play games such as Mermaid’s Millions, The Dark Knight, Merlin’s Millions and many more, and because each games launches separately in their own window, you can play them while your bingo games take place.
The b-Live Gaming bingo platform used by Bright Bingo doesn’t look the same as most of the clone sites out there. Unless you have played at its sister site – Bingo Cams – the lobby and play window may feel a little alien. However, don’t let this put you off. Once you’ve had five minutes to find your way around, you will find the software easy to use and very functional.
While the actual bingo lobby and software launches from your browser, you are treated to a (very) quick game of a Pong-style game, where you have to return a ball by moving a paddle on the screen. It’s all very eighties and lots of fun but, before you know it, the lobby will be open and the game is gone.
All in all, Bright Bingo is one of the better sites on the internet. It is well designed and pleasing on the eye, while being run by a team that has a proven track record in the online bingo world. Will we be visiting again? We sure will!
Owners And Licensing
Bright Bingo is owned and operated by Dazzletag Entertainment Ltd, which is a Malta-based company. All of the bingo games and side games are licensed and regulated by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta.
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