After two recent releases, Sweet Shop and Deep Sea, on to the main Dragonfish Network, Ignite (Costa Bingo et al) have gone back to type and released their next brand on to their own mini-network, Kingdom Of Bingo. It’s still powered by Dragonfish but it’s within it’s own stable and therefore offers it’s own games, jackpots and promotions. A sensible move! The main Dragonfish Network is good, but it also has a lot of limitations.
Kingdom Of Bingo Bonus
The Kingdom Of Bingo has an almost fairy tale theme. The backdrop is a castle complete with King, Queen and a Princess in the tower. They’re joined by cannons firing out bingo balls, a Jester, knights holding toilet plungers (well that’s what they look like) and a quite macabre foundations. If you’re able to look at the whole background image and you’ll see buried treasure along with skulls and bones under the castle.
The background image though bares no relation to the quality of the bingo and the promotions though. Kingdom Of Bingo welcomes new players with a free bingo room which you can access without making a deposit. The no deposit bonus was removed from the site in January 2018.
Free Rooms & Reloads
Should you wish to pay and play then there’s a 300% first deposit bonus (£5 to £20) and more bonuses for all deposits thereafter. The free bingo rooms and bonuses are one of the biggest differences between Kingdom and other recent additions – Sweet Shop and Deep Sea.
Beyond that though there isn’t too much to shout about because Kingdom Of Bingo is simply a replication of Season, Rio, Wish, Treasure, Sparkly, Crocodile etc. That means lots of free bingo rooms, 75 ball and 90 ball games, plus slots. These are joined by daily jackpots and regular promotions including the weekly free bingo game for depositors every Friday.
Currently there are no unique promotions at Kingdom Of Bingo nor any social media presence. There’s all the usual stuff like VIP Club, loyalty points, chat games etc. but whilst we’re happy to see Ignite releasing new brands on their own network, it still lacks a little bit of oomph to bring it out ahead of established brands.