A well-loved brand has been given a new lease of life and Oink Bingo is open once again and operating on the Dragonfish network.
The history of Oink Bingo
Oink Bingo was originally owned by Lindar Media – the same company that has achieved significant success with its proprietary online bingo brand MrQ.
At the beginning of 2020, the site changed hands and was promptly closed. 2 and a half years later, it is now making a return with effect from Monday, 6th June.
The new Oink Bingo
According to the brand, plans for the relaunch have been taking shape “for a long time”.
The new site runs on the Dragonfish software platform, which is also used by big-name brands like Costa Bingo, Moon Bingo, and Yay Bingo. It features a brand-new design that boasts “new logos, iconography and colours”. For example, the brand name features a pig’s tail in the centre of the “O” while the main pages combine both blue and pink hues in a bid to appeal to all genders.
As well as offering a generous welcome bonus, Oink Bingo has a friendly support team that can be contacted around the clock.
As for the bingo rooms, there are the usual Dragonfish staples including 90-ball rooms like Chatterbox and 90’s Extreme, and 75-ball rooms such as Big Fat 10, High 5, and Roller Coaster. There are also special rooms like Mystery Jackpot and Late Night Show, free bingo games, daily jackpot games, and a monthly jackpot game that boasts a massive £10k prize pool.
In addition, funded members of the new Oink Bingo can enjoy loyalty rewards, access to popular slots and instant games, and the option to play on the move using their mobile browser or the newly released Oink Bingo app for iOS and Android.