Launched in January 2018, Small Bingo is a Dragonfish bingo site with a deceptive name – this site is anything but small! If you’ve played at Peeps Bingo or Welcome Bingo, this site should feel familiar – it’s from the same team who worked on those sites. So is one of the first new bingo sites of 2018 worth checking out? Let’s examine it more closely.
Choose from a selection of slots that is anything but small at Small Bingo! Their range includes titles such as Finn and the Swirly Spin, Starmania, Beat the Bobbies, Feline Queen, Cash Stampede, Blood Suckers, Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Sunny Money, Foxin’ Wins, Pets, 99 Time, Wild Antics, The Rift, The Alchemist, Butterfly Staxx, Autumn Gold, Beez Kneez, Cleopatra, Golden Goddess, Kronos, Motorhead, Sharknado, Starburst, Toki Time, Wild Water, Xmas Cash, Reel Rush, Secret Garden, Lost Island, Love from London, Jewel Journey, Jimi Hendrix, and more!
Withdrawal requirements: Proof of ID, address and card may be requested. No limit on number of withdrawals.
There are currently no apps available for Android or iPhone devices for Small Bingo, but no matter – the site loads quickly on standard mobile browsers such as Safari or Chrome, so you can get started playing straight away. All the games are optimised for mobile play and the same selection is available as on the desktop site. It’s easy to navigate the site and find the games you want to play, so there’s no issues with using a mobile or tablet device for your bingo entertainment.
Log in to Small Bingo by moving your mouse cursor over the blue “login” button which is at the top right hand corner of the screen. This will bring up a box where you can enter your username and password. The site is done up in a fetching shade of purple, with a simple design – nothing too glitzy, but easy to use and very readable.
We really like Small Bingo’s opening offers – with a choice between bingo tickets or bonus spins, you’re sure to find something that you want. There’s a great selection of bingo games and slots, and the new Dragonfish software seems to run well, with no crashing or glitching and a familiar range of networked games. We’d like to see a little more activity on the social media page, but as it’s early days, it’s possible this will change soon. We’d rate this site as 8/10.