8 Ball Games have launched yet another Dragonfish networked brand, just weeks after Bingo Irish made an appearance on this large network. This time the name of the brand is Neon Bingo but in all honesty, the logo looks like it would fit quite well on a shop that caters for men in trench coats if you catch my drift. As it becomes harder and harder to find a domain for a bingo brand, the worse the names get for those launching….
We popped along to Neon Bingo to see if the site had anything exciting to offer us because despite it being a networked brand, more and more sites choosing Dragonfish to launch on are customising their offerings with unique promotions and standalone rooms.
Sadly this is not the case with Neon Bingo, besides the seedy looking logo the most unique offering is an exaggerated first deposit bonus – one that is likely to be dropped after a couple of months anyway.
Now Neon Bingo isn’t a brand that we had heard whispers about, the industry drums weren’t beating out this brand name. In fact it came to our attention through a leaflet that landed on our doormat offering up to £250 free. We had to enter a code (NEBN04) at registration and include our financial details but when we did, we got £5 free from this new bingo site. Why not pop along and see if the code works for you?
We’d compile a full review of the site but really, you have seen it all before from 100+ other sites so it really seemed rather pointless to be honest.
Having said that, the Dragonfish network allows you to sign to multiple brands so why not take full advantage of the 300% cash match deal currently on offer at Neon Bingo. It may not have anything different to offer but if you love the network and software, it’s extra cash in the bingo budget!