Bright Bingo moving to Dragonfish network

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  • By Amy McDonnell
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Bright Bingo has recently announced plans to move to the Dragonfish network.

Owned by Dazzletag Entertainment, Bright Bingo has previously been powered by B-Live Gaming. However, a recent Facebook post shared by the bingo site reads:

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.

Customers have already shown disapproval of the changes, with Facebook comments complaining that the company is selling out “to probably the worst platform for bingo.”

Others were concerned that sister site, Bingocams, would follow, however, Bright Bingo responded confirming that “there are no plans for Bingocams to change now or in the future.”

They confirmed on their website that the move is set for April 30th, 2018.

While we have no doubt many customers will have no issue with the change, it seems a shame that Bright Bingo is losing a USP by moving to a platform that is already oversaturated with sites.

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