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Last update: 24th July 2020
Frozen Bingo is a Dragonfish powered bingo site from the same stable as Costa Bingo and has a polar or Ice Age theme.
Sadly the branding is now very understated following the Gambling Commission’s wicked expulsion of cartoon characters. Even Frozen Bingo’s cutesy penguins became victims of the great terror of 2017 and have since been consigned to the icy wastes of history.
As a result, the site looks about as interesting as an ice-cube in a plastic fridge tray. Save for the rather forlorn logo, which incorporates a snowflake mind you, the theme is utterly devoid of features – a bit like the arctic tundra really. On mobile devices, the poor website looks equally barren.
Helpfully, the owners have decided to include detailed information about the types of games available on their site. One usually has to log in for the privilege. So there’s 5-line, 75-ball and 90-ball bingo rooms as well as a 52-5 variant. Progressive jackpots are available in some of these rooms but can only be won by players who manage to get a full-house.
The usual expansive range of slots has also been thrown in from the top developers. So you’ll be able to play games like Irish Luck, Cleopatra, Fruit Shop, Starburst (yes!!!!) and er, Pigasus. A few progressive jackpots are available too as well as casino table games.
Despite its slighting, the Frozen Bingo website has managed to struggle on. And although we jest about its appearance, there’s plenty here for players including an excellent range of slots and yes, the usual collection of bingo games.
So we’re happy to assign Frozen Bingo a 3.9 rating. Even though the site is a shadow of its former self, it’s still just about possible to see that some effort has been made in terms of branding – always a good sign that.