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Last update: 14th October 2020
Deep Sea Bingo is a Dragonfish bingo site with a fun undersea theme, brought to you by the people behind Costa Bingo and sister sites. What is different about this launch is that instead of being on their own standalone network with Costa and the others, Deep Sea Bingo is on the main Dragonfish network and so has access to all the promotions there.
With unbridled joy we can also reveal that Deep Sea Bingo is graced by a design that drifts, ever so slightly, into the balmy waters of originality. On desktops, a neat logo complete with golden anchor hangs down over a standard promo slider.
Next to the logo is the games menu – this collapses into a standard three line pop-out menu on mobiles, upon which DSB operates without any problems. Unsurprisingly, this also applies to tablet devices.
Given the site’s name, one would have hoped that the bingo would have been placed front-and-centre. And for once, number daubers actually have access to bingo rooms from the home page. DSB offers a mixture of free and special rooms in which can be played 75 and 90-ball games – some are also available 24/7.
But there’s no getting away from the fact that its slots that dominate Deep Sea Bingo’s gaming portfolio. Organised into the categories of ‘new’, ‘daily jackpots’ and ‘slots’, they include both established and newly-released titles – standout games include Wild O’Clock, Crystal Mirror, Doctor Love, Slingo Rainbow Riches and Da Vinci Diamonds.
Big-money players have access to major progressive jackpots such as Netent’s Divine Fortune, Mega Fortune and Hall of Gods.
So kudos must go to Deep Sea Bingo for originality, despite its association with a company behind a veritable armada of weather-worn websites. It’s solid collection of bingo rooms and expansive range of slots (which also features a few big-brand progressive slots) also contributes to a well above-par 4.2 rating.