Bright Bingo is one a handful of sites that is owned and operated by Dazzletag Entertainment Ltd and it is powered by the B-Live Gaming software, or at least it is currently.
This is set to change in the not too distant future according to a status posted on the Bright Bingo Facebook page on 16th April at about 6.30pm. This status read:
We have some BIG news!
Bright Bingo is moving to the Dragonfish Network!
Told you, this is big, big, big. Since you’re our bestie, we wanted to let you be the first to know that Bright Bingo is going to be moving to the Dragonfish network. So what does that mean?
Well it means bigger prizes, many more offers, huge promotions and tons of events to take part in.
What do you need to do? Just sit tight, keep your eyes peeled and watch out for the next exciting update coming soon.
The Reaction From Bright Bingo Players
We saw the update just a few minutes after it had been posted on Facebook but early indications are that players are not happy with the imminent launch. One even went so far as to accuse the owners of ‘selling out to probably the worse platform for bingo’.
Others questioned if Bingocams, their sister site, was likely to be next to which Bright Bingo responded that there were not plans for that brand to change, now or in the future.
When asked for further information on the expected move, we were simply told that it is expected to happen quite soon and further details would be made available to players via the newsletter that should now have been received.
It has no bearing on us if Bright Bingo moves to Dragonfish but we do think it will see a number of players stop depositing. The reason is simple, they’ll likely already have accounts at a Dragonfish product and the reason they played at Bright Bingo was that it offered something different.
When the move happens it will just be more of the same.