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Spice Bingo Gets A New Look

Wednesday, Sep. 12th 2018 4:26 PM

Spice Bingo first opened to players back in April 2013 and was only the eighth site to launch on the 15 Network and be powered by the Jumpman Gaming software. When it first hit the online bingo scene, the aesthetic of the site looked more like it was advertising an Indian takeaway than a brand offering bingo. However, that all changed recently as the site migrated to the upgraded version of the software.

There’s a more generic feel to the site now – less ‘Indian takeaway’ for Spice Bingo and more ‘walk in the park’. It’s not just the home page that has changed though, with the new software comes a change in how the bingo games look when you can find one that actually plays!

To Bingo Or Not At Spice Bingo

Despite the new version of the Jumpman Gaming software being available at this 15 Network site, players still don’t seem to be giving the bingo a go. Despite trying at several different times of the day to play a game of bingo, the only game that appears to actually play and not be cancelled, is the free bingo.

However, without having wagered £5 on bingo – because we can’t as the games don’t play, we couldn’t get access to the free games!

New Rules From Jumpman Gaming

The change to the new software has meant higher wagering requirements on the spins you can win on the Mega Wheel. They have increased from 40x to 65x on the winnings derived from any free spins.

However, following a recent CMA investigation, Jumpman Gaming are one of two companies that have agreed to make some changes to their terms and conditions and we are hoping that this means a reduction in the wagering requirements.

We feel quite strongly that the changes that the 15 Network and Jumpman Gaming have implemented over the last couple of years have meant the loss of bingo players. These changes have included, but are not limited to:

  • The removal of all chat hosts
  • The merging of all chat rooms to one
  • Changes in chat games

Will www.spicebingo.co.uk and the network in general ever really recover? We doubt it.

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