Dragonfish Review

Dragonfish Bingo Software

Number of Sites: 4
Players: 1274
Card Cost: £0.05 to £0.25
Jackpots: £20 to £129.87

The Dragonfish Bingo Network (or it’s less catchy name of Globalcom) is by far and away the largest bingo network on the net. With over 100 sites (and counting!) in their portfolio, there’s pretty much no way to escape the Dragonfish brand!

If the names 888 Bingo, Loquax Bingo, Tea and Bingo and Two Fat Ladies ring a bell, then you’ve had the pleasure of playing on Dragonfish software. And, after all, their network attracts the biggest number of players so even if you haven’t tried it out, someone you know will have.

That has its pros and cons. On the plus side, there are the busier rooms, bigger jackpots and even the more lively chatrooms. The higher volume of players means that you’re likely to find more rooms, which in turn means less time waiting around to get into a game.

There’s no doubt that the team behind the software – 888 and Globalcom – know what they’re doing when it comes to making successful bingo games for 90- and 75-ball, as well as the multi-line Swedish-bingo, but regular players on the network can quickly get bored of the same format.

They used to rule the roost but now there’s so much competition Dragonfish’s offerings seem less enticing than they once were.


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Your best bet is playing the highly customisable 90- and 75-ball bingo and there are some 30 Quickplay games and plenty of chatroom options.


Each bingo site on Dragonfish's network offers both first deposit bonuses and reload bonuses and most of the promotions are available right across the board, though do look out for one-off specials.