Dragonfish Removes Maximum Withdrawal Limits

Following on from new regulations implemented by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), online bingo software and site provider Dragonfish has scrapped withdrawal limits! This is great news for players on the brand’s sites, such as Fancy and City Bingo.

First of all, the limits are simply gone. Previously, players were limited to £1,000 per day, £2,000 per week and £3,000 per month for any bingo brands powered by Dragonfish. But, this is no longer the case- the terms and conditions of these sites have been updated to reflect that. You can always check this with the live chat support on your favourite site, of course.

The move is definitely in the favour of players, who can now make withdrawals for large amounts in one transaction, making everything speedier and removing the urge to spin away excess winnings. However, there’s more to this news, too. No deposit bonuses are getting clearer too, with players definitely not having to make a deposit to get their winnings from the offer.

Previously, some sites have required that some kind of deposit is made before withdrawals can take place, usually for verification purposes. That will not be the case with these sites. There’s no funding requirement for withdrawing winnings from a no-deposit bonus. The future of these bonuses is already uncertain, as they can be costly for operators, but right now they seem secure.

Dragonfish sites have a lot to offer to players at the moment, with the addition of four new games from various providers. These include X-O Manowar, Tower Treasure, Cluedo Spinning Detectives and Mayan Bonus. These sites are also known for strong promotions, with Fancy Bingo, for example, offering a free £5 no deposit bonus and a huge 300% first deposit bonus.

With six jackpot bingo rooms on offer too, there’s a chance for everyone to win big. Thanks to these limit changes, if you do win big you can now grab that cash in one big withdrawal!

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