The Bingo Stars Network is a small network set up in 2016 as a result of the makeover received by the Bingo Hollywood site. Originally launched in 2010, The site was updated with a whole new look and platform, transferring over to Dragonfish.
It was then announced that Bingo Hollywood was the first in a new network of bingo sites to be called the Bingo Stars Network. Well, at the time of writing, that was more than a year ago and in a mathematical sense, its growth has been rapid. In fact it has doubled in size to TWO sites. The new member is Big Tease Bingo, which opened in February 2017.
Ok, ok a pair of sites is not a major network by anybody’s standards, but the hope of further expansion is there. Generous enticements are offered for new or existing operators to join this fledgling group, and it does have some strong points.
From the bingo operators point of view it is cheap. The small networks need to be competitively priced to join in order to attract new business and to grow. But the second big plus point is that it has the strength and muscle of industry behemoths Dragonfish / Cassava / 888 Holdings behind it. This certainly gives it industry credibility, but it has also pulled off the neat trick of not belonging to the standard Dragonfish template. The sites don’t look like Dragonfish sites (of which there are probably a hundred or more by now).
The pair of Bingo Stars Network sites has a distinctive look, of which the newcomer Big Tease Bingo is particularly proud. It has gone for the BIFF! BANG! KERPOW! Look of the comic book to really set it apart from the Dragonfish crowd. The site blurb also likes to emphasise its independence from the standard run of the mill bingo fayre.
Sites on this network carry a full range of bingo formats, around a hundred different slot options and some traditional casino table games too. They are also compatible with play on any kind of device, from the smallest smartphones to the most delectable desktops.
Both sites are also covered by the eir Dragonfish licence. This means that they are registered via the UK overseas territory of Gibraltar. They can therefore be played by United Kingdom based players safe in the knowledge that they are fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission.