Dove Bingo Review
Dove Bingo launched in July 2015 on the 15 Network powered by Jumpman Gaming. Since it's arrival the site and network have undergone a number of changes. For slot players that's been good news with a wide selection of top games on offer. However bingo players haven't been well catered for as there are limited rooms and promotions. Even the pick a dove welcome bonus has flown this particular nest! So what's happening in 2021? Is Dove Bingo flying high or is it deader than the proverbial dodo?
Introducing Dove Bingo
Dove Bingo is a colourful looking site that features the birds of peace. A simple sky and tree scene with a few birds in the sky dominates the main part of Dove Bingo. Featured slots and a bit of blurb complete the welcome. Within the blurb are some choice statements. For example Dove describes itself as the "number one bingo site for players everywhere" with "the finest in 90 Ball Bingo". It's also currently up for best Jumpman Bingo site in the 2020 Bingoport Awards.
Dove Bingo Welcome Offer
New players to Dove Bingo are welcomed with an invitation to spin the Mega Wheel on a first deposit of £10. Register, login and make a deposit of at least £10 to qualify. Spinning the wheel gives you the chance to win up to 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites or Irish Luck. You can potentially also win a £10 Amazon voucher but it's also possible to not win anything. Wagering terms apply to wins from the spins as they are paid out as a bonus. This is a hefty x65 term. When Dove first launched it offered players a Pick A Dove Bonus which we felt was a lot more fun!
Dove Bingo Rooms
Dove Bingo has changed since it originally launched. The Jumpman Rooms have been closed and bingo is now powered by Pragmatic Play who provide bingo for a whole suite of different brands including PlayOJO. At Dove you will find 75, 80 and 90 ball rooms which also offer some chat and access to mini games. The main rooms - The Jackpot Room, Country Road, Heavyweight and Boombox - are joined by a handful of jackpot rooms like Friday Fun, Bingo Blast and others. A new Reels Room is expected to join the network soon. Additionally you can play instant win versions of the lotto meets bingo game, Bingo Millions. However the multi-player 90 ball room has now been removed from the entire network. There are no exclusive rooms open to Dove Bingo players.
Jumpman bingo brands are much more slot orientated and it's perhaps no surprise that the majority of sites now on the platform are aimed at slot players. Popular games include Book of Atem, Ted, Starburst, Chilli Heat, Joker's Jewels, Irish Luck, Fluffy Too, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Break Away Deluxe and Bonanza. Progressive jackpot slots, powered by Eyecon Games, are joined by a collection of Megaways titles. New titles are being added all the time and the whole Jumpman group have benefited from the addition of live casino games such as blackjack and roulette. These have been joined by an increasing number of jackpot slots.
Dove Bingo Promotions
Promotions wise Dove Bingo relies on the network offerings. These include CashDrop, a new game that gives you a chance to win real cash prizes every day! The game of CashDrop is available to play if you have made any deposits on the previous day. Other promos include Happy Hours and Winner Winner Chicken Dinner. The latter rewards the player with the highest slot win with a £50 Just Eat Voucher. Note that this prize is awarded to the highest slot win across the whole network. More recently Jumpman have been running monthly prize draws and offering more chances to pick up spins on deposits.
On a positive note Dove Bingo does offer players access to a fabulous selection of slots. The Mega Wheel is a nice approach to bonuses but do be aware that the wagering term is quite high at x65. However we can say that Dove Bingo is not the number one bingo site for players everywhere. To date is has not offered the finest in 90 ball bingo. Thankfully Jumpman have finally seen what every bingo site reviewer has seen for a long time and that the bingo product hasn't been up to snuff. The change to the Pragmatic Play platform may help the situation but we can't help think it's a little bit late. Most certainly it'll all be nothing if bingo player promotions continue to remain as dead as the dodo.