The Gossip Network is a small group of Dragonfish designed sites. There were around eight members at the last count, including such names as Polo, Robin Hood and Silk Bingo. Working out the structure and relationships of any part of the Dragonfish empire is a task akin to unravelling a tangled ball of wool in a blackout. Suffice it to say that the Gossip Network is a little sub-set of sites that all run on Dragonfish software but are described as being separate from the Dragonfish Network itself. Clear? Thought not, but it’s the best we can do. We’re Busy Bee, not corporate accountants. As with all Dragonfish designed titles, what we CAN tell you is that registration and licencing is held on the Mediterranean territory of Gibraltar. This means that this network is covered by the UK Gambling Commission, and all its members are considered safe to play in the United Kingdom. Banking services are provided by the Cassava part of the family, and this is the name that you will see on your bank or credit statements.
Gossip Network’s members are all very modern looking sites, with contemporary, polished designs. They do look quite similar, as Dragonfish sites sometimes do, but you have to admire the creative ethic. They do look great. They run very smoothly too, with the standard Dragonfish offering of 90 and 75 ball bingo and a wide range of alternative slot, scratch card and table games to choose from. Prizes and jackpots are very competitive, with a wide range of reward levels on offer. Players who are just looking for a “bit of fun” and those desiring at least the possibility of life changing jackpot are both catered for.
Banking options are always extensive on these sites, with all the usual credit and debit choices available, together with a very wide range of alternative e-payment options, including the ever popular PayPal. You can even pay over the phone if you prefer, with a 24 hour Freephone service provided. Wagering requirements are pretty competitive relative to the rest of the online bingo world too. You will need to wager four times your deposit + bonus before making your first withdrawal. So for example, if you make a deposit of £10 and receive a welcome bonus of £30, you will need to spend £160 (4 x £40) of your own money before making your first claim.
Some people find Dragonfish sites a bit samey, and it’s true that they do have a tendency to follow a similar corporate “look”. But the point is that they are good. Very good. Very professional looking, glossily designed and exceptionally smooth running. You know what you are going to get with these designers, and Gossip Network’s members are no different. All provide a great service; they’re easy to find your way around and they all feature contemporary and colourfully designed graphics. Some people can get a bit sniffy, but maybe that’s the price of success. But if it’s a good looking, lively site with some attractive prizes you’re looking for, Gossip Network is a good place to start.