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About Bingo Networks
Online Bingo Networks are when multiple sites link together to pool players and resources. Essentially it is the online equivalent of the National Game, where many clubs all come together to compete for a larger prize.
The majority of the newest bingo sites launch as part of a network, as it means from day one their games will have lots of players in the shared bingo rooms and decent jackpots to play for. Once a site grows large enough, they may then choose to leave the network to stand alone.
Sites tend not to publicise the fact they are part of a network, so it may not be immediately obvious you are playing in a networked room. Some networked sites are owned by the same company and are sometimes referred to as sister sites.
Networks facilitate players from a number of different sites to play the same games so all their stakes contribute to the prize pot. When you see the number of players in a game in a networked room it is the total number of players across all the various sites and not just at the site you are playing on.
Some sites on a network may have one or two standalone rooms just for their players, outside of the network. This is often the only place where a networked site has some individual control over jackpots and promotions, but often these standalone rooms are only open at specific days and times.
Playtech’s bingo software is delivered by their subsidiary company known as Virtue Fusion.
Although the bigger brands will have standalone rooms, all are part of the Virtue Fusion network to some degree, which means you will find some games which are linked between sites for big jackpots and special promotions.
About Virtue Fusion sites
The software is well known for its variety of bingo variants such as 90 ball, 80 ball and 75 ball, as well as offering several unique games like Deal or No Deal Bingo and Lucky Numbers Bingo. As part of its growth, it has also acquired other leading bingo game producers, including ECM Systems and Eyecon.
Never resting on its laurels and keen to be at the forefront of game development and innovation, Playtech developed Coronation Street Bingo and Emmerdale Bingo – currently only under licence to Gala Bingo, but early in 2016 announced a brand new game that will be launched network-wide called Cash Cubes, a fast and furious game with the potential to pay big.
Also in February 2016, Playtech signed a three-year extension with Endemol for the exclusive rights to the popular Deal or No Deal branding for bingo, slots and scratchcards.
People love the games selection and Playtech sites see more than 100,000 players daily and over 20,000 concurrent players at the peak playing times. Both operators and players love the fact that the sites on the Playtech platform can be tailor-made to brand requirements so each looks different from the other. Many have also taken the option of hosting standalone rooms that can offer a more personal service to players and so aid retention.
It was one of the first software providers to develop apps for mobile and tablet devices and is a regular winner of industry awards, including our very own WhichBingo Award for Best Online Bingo Software in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Dragonfish is the independent B2B division of 888 and is one of the most popular bingo software providers, powering well over 150 different online bingo sites across multiple networks.
They have been around since 2007 and offer a wealth of experience and knowledge and operates across multiple regulated jurisdictions. They do much of the hard work for the front-facing operator, so many new bingo sites choose Dragonfish as their platform.
This means that players will always find a familiar layout inside and so look for some kind of personalisation or standalone offer or game to give an extra reason to join.
The software concentrates on 90 ball and 75 ball bingo, as well as Bingo Roulette, a 52-ball version of the game.
On this page you will find two lists:
- Dragonfish Network sites
- Other Dragonfish Sites (not on the Dragonfish Network)
You can also visit our Browse by Networks section to find specific pages for the Dragonfish-powered Real Bingo Network, United Bingo Network and the 888 Holdings Networks.
Dragonfish Network Sites
This first list of Dragonfish sites shows all of those who form part of the larger Dragonfish Network.
This means that each of the sites link together, so when you play in one of the bingo rooms you are in fact playing with players at all of the sites in the network at the same time. Some of the larger sites on the network may have their own standalone rooms which are independent of the network.
Other Dragonfish sites (not on the Dragonfish Network)
This second list of Dragonfish bingo sites shows all of those who are not part of the main Dragonfish Network.
Please note this does not mean each site is standalone. Some of the sites below are on other smaller networks, such as the Real Bingo Network, United Bingo Network and 888 Holdings Network.
The Real Bingo Network launched in January 2017 on the Dragonfish software platform.
It claims to be the first no bonus bingo network, so players are given free bingo tickets when they sign up and make an initial deposit, rather than a traditional bingo bonus.
One of the features of games on the Real Bingo Network is that winnings from your free bingo tickets (which are capped) are credited to your real money balance and so there are no wagering requirements.
Formerly part of the Stride Gaming Group, sites in the United Bingo Network are now operated by the 888 Group under the banner of Virtual Global Digital Services Limited.
Sites on the network operate on Dragonfish software (which is an arm of 888), and includes flagship brands like Ted Bingo, Moon Bingo and Robin Hood Bingo. It has also acquired a number of sites that formerly operated on the Cozy and Electraworks networks.
Each of the sites provide access to many of the same bingo rooms and networked games, which increases the value of prizes for players.
As 888 Holdings is the parent company that operates the popular Dragonfish bingo software brand. In addition to the Dragonfish, Real Bingo and United Bingo networks, it also operates a number of other bingo sites featuring both networked and stand alone games.
These include major bingo sites like Wink Bingo, 888 Bingo and 888 Ladies that are owned and managed directly by 888, although they are very much high profile brands in their own right.
Also under the 888 banner are some smaller sites that are designed primarily for playing mobile bingo games. These are all networked sites, linked together in certain rooms with shared jackpots and promotions, which means they can offer bigger jackpots and better prizes.
Although it may not necessarily be an immediately recognisable name to players, Entain (formerly known as GVC Holdings) is a major player in the online bingo industry through its subsidiary ElectraWorks.
This network was born from the Cozy Games platform when Entain liked the product so much it bought the company! Following the purchase, what was previously the extensive network of Cozy Games sites was whittled down to a number of key brands that are now owned and operated by Entain. Other Cozy Games sites that were not closed down generally migrated to either the Dragonfish or Jumpman platforms.
One of the world’s largest online gambling and sports betting companies, Entain now owns a number of major brands, including Ladbrokes Coral, bwin and Party Poker. Bingo sites on the network are operated under the banner of LC International Limited.
These sites offer a mix of networked and standalone games, and the various sites are all marketed and promoted separately, with unique designs and branding, despite being owned and run by the same operator and giving players access to many of the same networked games.
There are a number of bingo sites that operate as part of the Gamesys Network, and they tend to be instantly recognisable through a similar lobby layout and design. They offer both networked and standalone games, with the shared games in some cases having different names depending on the site.
Popular networked bingo rooms and games on the Gamesys Network include Blox Bingo, The Crystal Maze, Play Off Palace, Picnic Time and Superlinks, and included a good mix of scheduled and sit’n’go games, as well as some huge jacket prizes in the biggest shared games.
15 Network is a bingo network operated by Jumpman Gaming, a leading game aggregation platform.
The 15 Network includes a range of different bingo sites (that also feature online slots), and feature both networked and stand alone games produced by Pragmatic Play.
There are a variety of games that can be played at all the different sites on the network, including Boombox (80 ball), Zoom Room (30 ball), Country Road (75 ball), amongst others. You can also play 90 ball, 80 ball and 75 ball versions of Bingo Millions (featuring a million pound prize pool), a lottery style game where there can be multiple winners.
Sites on 15 Network are characterised by their standard Spin the Wheel sign-up offer, where you can pick up free bingo games, free spins, or Amazon vouchers.
As with all networks, the brands pool players and prize money together in order to provide bigger and better promotions. Some sites on the network may have their own exclusive bingo rooms for their players only that aren’t shared with the rest of the network.
Jumpman Gaming also operates online slot sites under the banner of Jumpman Slots, and these also feature bingo games.
These sites essentially offer the same networked Pragmatic Play bingo games as sites on the 15 Network, with the main difference being that they are branded as being slot sites with bingo, rather than bingo sites with slots. As well as the same networked games, you can also play 90 ball, 80 ball and 75 ball versions of Bingo Millions.
This network is owned by Palace Leisure who operate a number of bingo halls across the UK.
Their main brand is ‘The Palaces’ but it is a little confusing as to why they have two different sites operating with very similar names.
All of the sites operated on Parlay software, but this became defunct in 2019 and they now utilise the new and unique Progress Play bingo platform. Very little effort has been made to differentiate each of the sites other than the logo and background images.
Nothing ever stands still in the online bingo industry (thank goodness). Brands come and go, operators come and go, there are mergers and acquisitions, but through it all, you know you have a constant source of information with WhichBingo. These networks were popular in their day, but time has moved on and they are no longer with us.
This network was wound down by the new owner and parent company GVC (now known as Entain), but previously was owned by the company called Cashcade, hence the name. It had before that been known as the Globalcom network. The most famous brands from the network were Foxy Bingo, Cheeky Bingo and Think Bingo.
The network consisted of a number of Dragonfish sites, and each was pretty much the same as the others, except for some minor cosmetic changes, with linked rooms and shared jackpot games. With the change of ownership, some of the sites in the network (such as Think Bingo) were closed, with the remaining brands (including Cheeky Bingo and Foxy Bingo) now part of the Entain Network.
BBN was one of several networks that operated on Cozy Games software. None of the brands were that well known, although WOW Bingo was arguably the most popular, having won the Best Cozy Games Bingo Site at the 2017 WhichBingo Awards.
Although these sites shared the same network and were linked to one another, they were not all owned by the same company. They simply pool together so they can offer better prizes and jackpots to players.
LBN was another large network that operated on the Cozy Games software platform. This one tended to be the most popular choice for operators.
This network was made up of several small and relatively unknown brands, who linked together to offer larger jackpot games and promotions.
The Wheel of Slots Network launched in 2015 and was one of two networks that ran on Jumpman Gaming software alongside the original 15 Network.
While primarily a bingo network, the wheel of slots element referred to a depositor reward scheme whereby players were able to spin the Wheel of Slots on sign-up and when a deposit was made. The dual wheels awarded you with a number of spins and specified the game they were valid on.
During 2019 Jumpman Gaming decided they did not need three networks and so all the Wheel of Slots sites were moved to the Jumpman Slots Network instead. This meant a clear distinction between the bingo sites of the 15Network and the slots sites which now sit on Jumpman Slots. The irony is that both platforms are identical inside!
Lucky Duck was another network consisting of sites who use ElectraWorks software (previously Cozy Games). These were GameVillage, Becky’s Bingo and BingoMagix. As expected, these all closed down in August 2020 following changes to the ElectraWorks set up – although we were very surprised they did not survive on new software.
Its biggest brand was the popular GameVillage website, which was one of the flagship brands on the platform. Each of the other brands were essentially sister sites to GameVillage, with shared jackpots and linked games.
The company who own Bingo Hollywood created their own little network when they launched a sister site, Big Tease Bingo.
Both sites use Dragonfish software.
Author And Contributing Editor
Anita is a well-known bingo-lover and has been involved with online bingo since the late 1990’s. She has been along for the ride and seen the industry grow and develop into what it is today. She has worked with the biggest names in the industry and has a reputation for being fair and to the point in her writing.