Online Bingo Companies

Posted by at 9 June, at 16 : 32 PM Print

Who Exactly Owns Your Favourite Bingo Site?!

These guys are a bit like the producers of a movie – they have some creative input but they can choose to work with different bingo software companies, who might be a bit like the film directors.

They are also notoriously tricky to track down… why is there never one telephone number / email address for reporting online bingo complaints to? Why am I so naive?!

DAUB Limited – this company, also known by the name of its leading brand Wink, manages the Joy Of Bingo sites and though they are powered by Dragonfish (= Cassava = Globalcom = 888?!?) they have the feeling of being completely independent. I need to do more digging, but this company’s sites are definitely some of my favourites.
Broadway Gaming – Butlers Bingo is the first bingo site – new 2011 – from this company. I’m impressed by the bold first step.
Chelbis – Two of my favourite websites are owned by Chelbis Bingo. Teatime is super-new while Gone Bingo has been around for a little while now and going strong, even trying out iPhone bingo online.
Palace Group – I feel like I’ve heard of Palace Group somewhere else but to my knowledge its only bingo site on the net is Bingo On The Box.
Digimedia – the guys behind (or at the back of?) Back2School.
Cassava Enterprises – this company is the owning group for many of the Dragonfish sites I think. It’s confusing 😕 – depending on what you read where this company is also called Globalcom and 888. In fact 888 say that Cassava do their transaction processing but Wikipedia says 888 Holdings owns Cassava. And who are Cashcade Ltd? More research needed on this one :|.
Entertaining Play – another new group that is doing very lovely things at Caesars, JackpotJoy and theSunBingo.
Digital Prophets – these folks have been around since 2005 but have recently relaunched their number 2 site, Champange Bingo .com
Plus-Five Gaming – so far I have only seen a couple of fairly basic white label bingo sites by these guys, as well as the very oddly named Dolly Parton bingo site. It remains to be seen whether they become popular with players.  Finally, there is Bingo Entertainment – a company that uses the Byworth software and has just recently started operating in the UK. It’s first British bingo site was Gina bingo back in March 2010.

There’s a lot of names and information there and there is more detail on other pages in my site. If your head is spinning then that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It probably just means that it’s time to stop reading and start playing bingo!! 😀


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