It came as a surprise that Loquax Bingo closed down. This long-established online bingo site was thought to have a strong and loyal player base, but it just goes to show that you can never tell what is going to happen next in this ever-changing industry.
Have a good look around the WhichBingo website to discover hundreds of new bingo sites that you might like to try. We even have a page dedicated to Dragonfish sites if you want a site that is just like Loquax.
In 1998 Loquax opened its virtual doors and was the first ever online competition portal. From there it developed into an online bingo site which utilises the Dragonfish software. Loquax (Lo-quacks) comes from the Latin Loquatious, which would explain all of the fluffy yellow ducks (that used to be) featured throughout this bingo site.
Most were removed from pre-login pages due to new regulations in 2017 relating to how gambling sites might appeal to children with the use of cartoon images.
You can have a ‘quacking’ good time here, especially with the numerous free bingo games available for you to play.
Register and you can get full access to the site. You can flick through the gaming options via the lobby, these include the various bingo options and online games such as Starburst, Fluffy Favourites, Cleopatra and many, many more.
The rooms are nicely laid out, full of friendly players and very easy to find your way round.
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Wagering requirements can differ depending on the games you choose to play. See website T&Cs for further details.
Winnings from both bingo bonus spending and instants bonus spending will go to the bonus balance until the wagering requirements have been met in full.
The amount of bonus money from winnings accrued that can be transferred to real money cannot exceed £400 over the initial bonus received and the first deposit you made (with the exception of a progressive jackpot win).
Photo id, proof of address and copy of a card may be requested.
If you like to play on the go, Loquax Bingo does have a mobile version of its site. All you need is a smartphone or tablet device with a good internet connection, then you can play right away – no downloads required.