In a move that could lead to a further increase in the popularity of electronic bingo, a new brand named ‘Rovers Bingo’ was launched over the weekend. Created using the renowned Bingo Vision software, which has been utilised by several other successful brands, the game was launched on the popular 15 network, a group of sites with a track record of creative, fun-to-use websites. Rover himself is a cross between Snoopy and the Fonz from TV’s Happy Days, and was developed in tandem with the rest of the website.
The site itself is of a razor sharp design, the like of which 15 have come to be respected for. The offers available immediately are of a decent standard, with a 200% bonus up for grabs when you join up. Not only that, but the homepage’s ‘Spin the Wheel’ game promises a bonus of between £5 and £2,500 upon your first deposit of £10.
Both 75-ball and 90-ball bingo is available on the site, meaning that both US and UK residents should be able to play the version that they are most accustomed to. The former game is played on a 5×5 grid (according to the classic USA rules), with the centre square designated as ‘free’, meaning that a full house can be achieved with only 24 squares covered. In the latter version, the order of play is: one-line, two-line and then full house.
The social side of the site varies, with both busy and quiet rooms available, ensuring that those who just like to play are catered for, as are those who enjoy the social side of the game.