The Super Bingo Network was a small group of online bingo sites. It consisted of just four titles: Big Heart, Bingo Chimp, Harry’s Bingo and Tea Time Bingo. It certainly couldn’t reasonably be described as “rapidly expanding” or “thriving”. Two former sites “merged” with Harry’s meaning that Busy Bingo (no relation) and Sabai Bingo were closed, and their members transferred to Harry. Lucky Harry.
All sites are designed by Cozy Games, and as there are only four, we took a look at them. All provide 90, 80 and 75 ball bingo. Harry is definitely the best of the bunch. Compared to its sisters on the network, it has clearly had a makeover, and does look pretty good. It was also nice and lively when we visited (mid-morning on a Thursday – not exactly peak time). Big Heart is a charity linked site, encouraging charities’ websites to accept its advertising in return for affiliation fees. It’s a very plainly designed site with little in the way of individual styling. Bingo Chimp is also a basic site. The home page has a lush background of jungle foliage, but other than that you could be anywhere. Tea Time is definitely the most dated. Clearly in need of loving care, even the promotional blurb is poorly written. You can almost feel the cobwebs… With the exception of Harry, which has clearly been the focus of attention, these sites are looking jaded, with old fashioned type-written looking text and nothing that could remotely be described as contemporary.
The network was covered by Cozy Games’ licensing. Banking facilities are good, with the standard array of payment methods accepted. Visa and MasterCard credit cards; Maestro, Delta and Solo debit cards and a few e-payment options were provided. The wagering requirements varied according to the actual promotion or bonus involved.
The Super Bingo Network has now merged with the Best Bingo Network.