In August of this year we revealed the name of a site that we thought was likely to be open to litigation, BJs Bingos [read more here]. It transpires that actually, the site that launched on the Jumpman Gaming software is actually BJs Bingo, the online arm of the popular retail bingo hall of the same name.
It would appear that BJs Bingos was simply a typo. The new site is named the same as the brand and as such, the aesthetics show the branding.
BJs Bingo History
This is not the first time that BJs Bingo has had an online offering to complement their retail business. A few years ago now, they were part of the G2 Gtech / St Minver network, and prior to that – were powered by the Parlay Entertainment software.
Sadly the network disbanded and with that came the closure of the site. Interestingly, BJs is not the first independent retail bingo company to opt for the Jumpman Gaming software and 15 Network. Carlton Bingo joined their ranks a couple of months ago.
Welcome Offer And Gaming Experience At BJs Bingo
We recently heard that Fruity Bingo had put back their launch date until March because of a software upgrade that is due around that time. BJs clearly didn’t want to wait and that hasn’t done them any favours in our opinion.
Players don’t have anything new or exciting on offer at BJs Bingo, just the same offers and promotions as can be found at all other sites on the network.
The welcome offer is a spin of their Mega Wheel when you deposit £10 and a spin could earn you up to 500 Fluffy Favourite spins or some Amazon vouchers.
We’d be keen to see how many of their retail players actually sign up to play at their online site.