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Yay Bingo To Launch In April 2018

Posted on Mar 06, 2018

Dragonfish network has announced a new addition to the platform, and it will be launching Yay Bingo in April 2018. Reputable owners of popular brands Queen Bee, Bingo Besties, Kozmo Bingo, Blighty, Hunky, Zinger and Dabber are working on an enhanced betting site with new offers and a better welcome bonus. Moreover, there will be no wagering requirements included and members will also be able to receive up to 50 daily spins all year long.

Famous for its groundbreaking upgrades and extensive arrays of exquisite promotions followed by modern bingo releases, the network has also decided to put an end to maximum withdrawal limits in September 2017. As part of the 888 B2B division, Dragonfish grew to a giant with over 60 brands with flexible solutions and intelligent payment technology. The operator boasts a collection of approximately 1000 titles in 5 different categories including slots, progressive jackpots, live dealer, poker and table games.

As part of their new welcome offer, the casino will carry a generous bonus of £70 on bingo tickets with an additional 10 spin rounds. Further membership perks include spins on a daily level, 365 days a year. Betting on the network’s top-notch brands like Wink Bingo, Two Fat Ladies or Winneroo offers incredible gaming experience due to a large number of real-time promotions and cashback programmes. Very often, an ongoing promotion will feature extra rewards like tickets, shopping vouchers, jackpots and supplementary spins. Big cash rewards on Wink are also distrubuted on a daily basis, including a share of £1000 loot in The High Life room every day at 7PM.

Stay tuned for more and get ready for a brand new edition of classy Dragonfish sites with wide promotional assortments as Yay Bingo enters its final stages before the great launch in April. The platform will also feature multichannel customer support, ePayment methods and a highly optimized design for mobile devices.

By Alex Hoffmann