New bingo sites are launching all the time, we aim to keep you up to date on all the latest and greatest online bingo sites but that’s not to say they’re all good.

 

Those clever tech guys at the online software companies are constantly improving their products so as the technology behind bingo improves, in theory, so should the bingo games. So it’s always worth trying a new bingo site, especially as they tend to launch with fantastic welcome offers. These offers are soon replaced with something less impressive so don’t miss a trick try them while their new. You will often get a free no deposit bonus which gives you the chance to play for free, no deposit necessary. This gives you a good feel for a site and if you choose to deposit after you’ve played through your free bonus great, if you didn’t like the site you can walk away not a penny poorer.

 

One of the down sides of receiving a free no deposit bonus (yes there are some!) are that there can be ridiculous wagering requirements so you are able to win big but not withdraw your winnings until you’ve wagered silly amounts of money. It’s always best to read the small print when you sign up to a bingo site as the wagering requirements have to be listed on site.

 

It is also a good idea to check the site has a legitimate gaming licence, this isn’t hard to find out, don’t worry. Most bingo sites list this at the foot of the homepage along with the company number and date the licence was issued. If you can’t find the licence number? It’s probably not worth playing at the site. Bingo sites can also be blacklisted, this happens for a number of reasons including slow pay-outs, if customers complain about this and we hear about it, we will withdraw the site immediately.

 

Safe bingo sites are placed on the White list by the UK Gambling Commission; this is the governing body for online gaming and bingo sites.

 

Going back to software, one of the best things about trying a new bingo site that has launched with new software is that you’re sure to have a unique bingo experience. There are some sites for example, Dragonfish sites where the promotions and games are identical on nearly all of their sites. This can be very boring so if you spot a new site boasting new software, give it a go.

 

Bingo sites can be split into 2 categories; standalone and networked sites. Standalone sites use their own unique software, usually developed in house or they bring in a well-known software manufacturer to create their software. Networked sites share their software with many of bingo sites and that’s not where the sharing ends, you’ll see the same layout, bingo rooms and promotions too.

 

Have you ever tried to sign up to a new site only to find out you’re already registered with another site on the same network and it won’t let you join? It’s annoying isn’t it? That and the bingo rooms can be linked so there are lots of players all playing for the one jackpot, decreasing your chances of winning significantly.

 

Something to look out for when choosing a new site is a new network. It doesn’t happen all that often but when a new network does appear, you will benefit from being able to sign up without being denied an account just for playing at another site on the network and you’ll also have a greater chance of winning at these sites as the network won’t be saturated with players at this point. Check to see if there are customer rooms or whether the rooms are the same across all sites on the network too.

 

When online bingo first made a name for itself, players usually only had access to 90 ball bingo games but there’s a variety of bingo games to play these days.

 

75 ball bingo is the American version of the game and is available on most sites and you will occasionally see 80 ball bingo, a shutter-board version of the game. The new generation of bingo sites offer all of these plus speed bingo. Played with just 30 balls on a 3 x 3 grid. This game is bot for the faint hearted, it’s super speed, hence the name. It’s also good for those players who are short on time but really fancy a few games.

 

And let’s not forget mobile bingo. You can now play bingo on your smartphones and tablet devices so you can literally take your bingo games wherever you go. In some instances you can even sign up for an extra bonus when you join the mobile offering of your new favourite site. Take Bobs Bingo, you get £15 free no deposit bonus when you join followed by another £15 when you sign up to the mobile version. Not bad hey?

 

We wish you luck finding a new bingo site and why not check out our new bingo sites page to see what the newest additions to the online bingo community are.

 

 

 

 

 

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