Moon Bingo Network appears to be a small subset of Dragonfish-designed sites. Things are always a bit complicated when it comes to dragonfish. At the corporate level, 888 Holdings, Cassava, GlobalCom and Dragonfish are all part of the same group, and it sometimes seems all the names and brands are interchangeable. It’s easiest to assume they are all the same if you are not a highly-paid financial consultant. Well, it appears to be much the same at the bingo network level, too! Moon Bingo calls itself part of the Moon Bingo Network. But Moon Bingo is also part of the United Bingo Network (UBN). All the other members of the UBN seem happy with that name, so maybe Moon Bingo have delusions of supremacy. Either way, it seems safe to assume they are the same thing.
And another thing. Moon Bingo. Where is the moon? The moon is not to be seen. And then they have a strap line about “aligning your stars”. Any schoolgirl or boy can tell you that a moon is not a star. It’s all too confusing for us here at Busy Bee.
So anyway, what about the bingo? All the sites offer 90 and 75-ball bingo, with a wide selection of alternative slots, scratch cards and casino-style instant game options. Being designed by Dragonfish, you can be sure of seeing attractively fashioned, smooth-running, contemporary-looking sites. The themes are very well thought through (except for the aforementioned lack of a moon in Moon Bingo), with sites’ promotions looking like they belong to their on-site rather than just having the template parachuted in from elsewhere on the network. The sites are always very busy, with plenty of players on the other big names on the network to keep things lively. More players mean good prizes and tasty jackpots, too.
You get all the usual Dragonfish facilities, such as a wide range of banking options and extensive e-payment choices, including PayPal. You can even pay by phone, as Dragonfish provides a free 24-hour phone number. Wagering requirements are good by industry standards.
As with all Dragonfish sites, registration and licencing is via the Mediterranean territory of Gibraltar, overseen by the UK Gambling Commission. This means that all the members of the Moon Bingo Network (or indeed the United Bingo Network) are considered safe to play in the United Kingdom.
So whatever you want to call it, if you’re playing on this network, you can be sure you’re playing with one of the biggest names in the business. Dragonfish we mean. Not Moon or United. They can sort it out amongst themselves.