- 15 Network was launched in 2011 on the Jumpman bingo platform
- 15 Network bingo sites have a cosy community feel
- Some but not all 15 Network bingo sites have exclusive bingo rooms and promotions
- Jumpman also power the Wheel of Slots network which offers free slots spins instead of bingo bonuses
Bingo Minions is a Jumpman powered bingo site on 15 Network, with the usual network bingo rooms, promotions and welcome offer plus a few…
The Bingo Boutique is a 15 Network bingo site, styled to appeal to fashion lovers. It has the usual network rooms and promotions and we…
This award winning rocket and spaceman themed site on the 15 Network had two exclusive promotions running via its Facebook page the moment it opened…
Charming Bingo is a 15 Network bingo site, with a theme that is based around cherries and looks like nothing so much as an…
My Stars Bingo is an astrologically themed 15 Network bingo site which comes attached to a free horoscopes site and has occasional zodiac themed…
The Bingo Party is a 15 Network bingo site operated by 8 Ball, with theming almost identical to that of their Dragonfish site Guestlist Bingo….
Carlton Bingo is probably best known as the operator of a string of bingo halls in Scotland and the North East. Online, the brand was previously…
Film Bingo is a site on the 15 Network whose cinematic theme has been chosen, not because it looks pretty (which it does, in…
Elf Bingo used to be the only bingo site on the 15 Network to offer a no deposit bonus but the days of the free…
Scope Bingo is a 15 Network bingo site powered by Jumpman Gaming. We’re not sure what the name is meant to refer to but…
A rapidly growing network, 15 Network had reached 11 sites by September 2013 and looks set to give Dragonfish a run for its money. The sites all share a few signature promotions such as Friday Night Takeaway and the Spin the Wheel game for new depositors, but there is plenty of scope for each site to have its own identity and its own promotions.
The sites started off with a traditional wagering requirement but for a long time this changed to a different type of arrangement whereby anyone who had previously made £100 of cash wagers could withdraw (albeit forfeiting any remaining bonus funds and loyalty points). In autumn 2016 the network reinstated traditional wagering requirements of 4x for bingo bonuses and 40x for the newly introduced slots bonuses; these are recalculated every time a fresh bonus is added, with any remaining previous bonus included in the calculation. They also added a cap of £100 on the amount of bonus that a player can receive without having completed the wagering requirement (this does not affect winnings from currently held bonuses but stops the player from qualifying for any further bonuses).
Register and deposit at any 15 Network site and as well as the welcome bonus, you get to spin the wheel for an extra bonus. This is guaranteed to be at least £5 but could be as much as £2500.
A notable thing about the 15 Network sites is that there are relatively few bingo rooms (in the daytime there is continuous play in just one 90 ball room with pre-buy available in a few others including a couple of 75 ball rooms). The tickets are also on the expensive side with very little available under 10p and many priced at £1 or more. The number of players is also relatively low, however, so one can reasonably expect to win more frequently than at a busier site. There are 2 free rooms, but one is for VIPs only and to be allowed in the other one you must have made a deposit within the last 7 days.
In August 2014 the Jumpman software finally became available for mobile and tablet use via the magic of HTML 5 (so no app download is required). The mobile version is a disappointment, however, as it only offers the facility to pre-buy bingo tickets with no access to the bingo rooms themselves or the chat.