BingoTG Sister Sites
BingoTG sister sites include Vegas Moose, Red 7 Slots and The Phone Casino. BingoTG is operated by Small Screen Casinos Limited, licence number 39397 which operates 64 sister sites in total.
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Red 7 Slots
Red 7 Slots Sister Sites Red 7 Slots sister sites include The Phone Casino, BingoTG and Vegas Moose. Red 7 Slots is operated by Small Screen Casinos Limited, licence number 39397 which operates 64 sister sites in total.Sites like Red 7 SlotsOfficial Red 7 Slots sister...
The Phone Casino
The Phone Casino Sister Sites The Phone Casino sister sites include Vegas Moose, BingoTG and Red 7 Slots. The Phone Casino is operated by Small Screen Casinos Limited, licence number 39397 which operates 64 sister sites in total.Sites like The Phone CasinoOfficial The...
Vegas Moose Sister Sites Vegas Moose sister sites include BingoTG, The Phone Casino and Red 7 Slots. Vegas Moose is operated by Small Screen Casinos Limited, licence number 39397 which operates 64 sister sites in total.Sites like Vegas MooseOfficial Vegas Moose sister...
|#No. of Sister Sites||64|
|Best Sister Sites||Red 7 Slots, Vegas MooseThe Phone Casino|
|Owner/Operator||Small Screen Casinos Limited: Inchalla, Le Val, Alderney, Guernsey, GY9 3UL, United Kingdom|
|Sister sites status||4 Active, 1 White Labels and 59 Inactive sister sites. 64 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39397|
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BingoTG Sister Sites
You won’t find many casinos out there with more eccentric themes than Vegas Moose. We’re not sure how prevalent moose are as a species in Nevada, but they’re certainly not an animal you’d normally associate with Las Vegas. Even if you did, you wouldn’t picture the moose that turns up on the homepage of this member of the Bingo TG sister sites family. It’s wearing sunglasses and a jumpsuit, and it’s dressed up to look like Elvis Presley as he appeared during his Las Vegas residency in the 1970s. It’s an image that makes a strong first impression and makes Vegas Moose a memorable casino. It has a lot more personality than any of the other Small Screen Casinos sites.
At their core, the Bingo TG sister sites all operate on the same basic welcome promotion. It offers one hundred free spins to every player who signs up to the site, and it doesn’t impose any wagering requirements. That’s one of the most generous promotions you’ll find at any UK-facing casino site, and it’s a testament to the generosity of Small Screen Casinos that the operator has continued to offer the promotion during a time when a lot of other large casino network companies are scaling back their promotions and bonuses. You don’t even have to make a deposit to claim the promotion. You could sign up, not spend a penny, and withdraw anything you win. To put things another way, Vegas Moose is basically giving money away.
Vegas Moose isn’t an especially large casino site. It has about six hundred casino games to play, most of which are slots. It feels a little churlish to say that the range isn’t impressive when the casino is so generous elsewhere, but the risk remains that you may eventually get bored with the casino – especially when it isn’t particularly forthcoming with other promotions. Still, though, Vegas Moose should be fun to play at for a while. If you’re here looking for Bingo TG sister sites and you’re not especially fussed about playing bingo, there’s a strong argument that says Vegas Moose ought to be the place to start based on the quality of the site’s portfolio.
Is it fair to say that once you’ve seen one of the Bingo TG sister sites, you’ve seen them all? Yes in some ways, but no in others. As we said when we were talking about Vegas Moose, the casinos on this platform (with the exception of Bingo TG itself, which is an outlier) have the same promotion at their core. The no-deposit promotion of one hundred free no-wager spins is the foundation that the rest of the sites are built on. The really good news is that you can claim the promotion once at each of the casinos, so you could tour the Bingo TG sister sites picking up the welcome promotion repeatedly if you wanted to.
Red 7 Casino is perhaps guilty of a slightly misleading statement on its homepage. Almost the entire landing page is, understandably, given over to advertising the welcome promotion. When you see it, you’ll note the use of the word “daily” underneath the “100 free spins” banner. That’s not technically true. Players will definitely get one hundred bonus spins when they first join Red 7 Slots, but their daily allocations beyond that point are down to the luck of the draw. It’s possible – but unlikely – that they’ll land on one hundred spins regularly, but it’s far more likely that they’ll receive smaller allocations of free spins. One should never look a gift horse in the mouth, but the gift horse should present itself more accurately.
While all of the Bingo TG sister sites operate near-identical portfolios of slots and games, the selection that’s presented on the homepage of Bingo TG is orientated towards those who prefer classic and traditional games. Gold Train and Joker’s Jewels are classic names from the past, and Wolf Gold by Pragmatic Play is considered a modern-day classic. There’s also a basic Texas hold ’em poker game in the top games section for those who would rather be turning cards than spinning reels. Look closely, and you’ll also find sections for scratch cards and live dealer games.
The Phone Casino is the oldest casino on the Small Screen Casinos Limited platform and is thought of as the flagship of the (small) family. There used to be many more casinos on the same platform – an iPad casino, for example, as well as an iPhone casino, but those sites have been shut down as the novelty of an “iPad casino” wore off. The Phone Casino is the site that the operator built its reputation with, though, and will likely continue to exist for as long as Small Screen Casinos itself does. It’s the plainest-looking of the Bingo TG sister sites, but perhaps we can forgive that based on its age.
This casino is guilty of the same offence as Red 7 Slots – it clearly implies on its homepage that players who join The Phone Casino will receive one hundred no-deposit free spins every day, which simply isn’t true. We’re not sure why the casino (or its operator) feels the need to make such a suggestion because the bonus is good enough to stand on its own two feet without being exaggerated. It strikes us that it’s only likely to lead to complaints when players realise on day two that they will not, in fact, be getting another guaranteed allocation of one hundred bonus spins. There’s a risk of custom being lost at that point, and there doesn’t need to be.
Aside from the ongoing free spins promotions, The Phone Casino holds regular prize draws. The draw is presented as a chance to win £1m in cash every day, but we’re a little wary about the “every day” claim based on the way the main promotion is presented. Information about the prize draw is harder to find on the casino’s homepage than it ought to be, but we’ll take the site at its word that it exists and someone wins it occasionally. The other Bingo TG sister sites might be technically more impressive than The Phone Casino, but this site will always be the original as far as the network is concerned.
BingoTG operator – Small Screen Casinos Limited
Small Screen Casinos launched in 2014. Back then, the concept of playing casino games on a tablet or a mobile device was a new and exciting one. The operator moved quickly in the hope it would be able to carve out a niche in the emerging touchscreen casino market, hence the name “Small Screen Casinos.” It’s not so much of a unique selling point now, as every casino and provider has adapted to the point where it’s no longer necessary to code different versions of casinos and games for mobiles than you do for desktop or laptop computers. The company operates The Phone Casino as both a casino and a trading style, thus underlining the importance of that site to the whole network and confirming its status as the flagship casino of the Bingo TG sister sites. Casinos that once lived on this network (but have since died) include Apple Phone Casino, Android Phone Casino, Casino on the Go and many more.
Most casino operators that make white-label casino sites make several of them. Being paid by third parties to make bespoke casino sites for them is a good way for casino operators to make extra money. Some casino operators – AG Communications Limited, for example – even operate an almost exclusively white-label-based business model. Oddly, Small Screen Casinos has only one such casino on its platform, which is called Free Daily Spins. That might indicate that the company has encountered difficulties trying to attract customers to its white-label services, or it could just mean that Free Daily Spins is a special case.
Bingo TG Welcome Bonuses
It doesn’t take long for things to get confusing at Bingo TG (the name, by the way, stands for “Bingo To Go,” which is what the site used to be called). This is very obviously a bingo site, but its homepage spends a lot of time talking about free spins. There’s a bingo welcome promotion, too, though – fifty free tickets on MegaBall Live (or any equivalent bingo game). The promotion is available without a deposit and comes with no wagering requirement. The maximum cashout from the promotion is a mere £10, though. It’s free to play and free to withdraw, but you can’t earn very much from it. We suppose that’s fair enough
This is where things get even more confusing. At all of the Bingo TG sister sites, the welcome promotion is one hundred free spins upon registration. The homepage of Bingo TG suggests the same promotion is available here, but the “Rewards” page suggests that players can only win free spins by taking part in the Freeroll Tournament, which is free to enter. Players get two entries per day and receive free spins or other prizes based on their Freeroll scores. Again, this is a no-deposit promotion, so it shouldn’t be scoffed at – but the terms seem a little confusing. Aside from free spins, players might also receive free scratch cards or cash giveaways. The range of promotions at Bingo TG is completed by an offer of £100 for referring a friend to the site.
Top Games at Bingo TG
The more time we spend at Bingo TG, the more confused we become by the site. There’s only one clickable category at the top of the casino’s homepage, and it’s for bingo games. We can’t find any slots games anywhere on the site, which begs the question of where players are supposed to use their free spins. As such, we’d have to say MegaBall Live is the top game at BingoTG, as it’s the only bingo game mentioned by name. The terms and conditions of the free spins promotion suggest in one place that spins can be used on Aztec Gems by Pragmatic Play, but in another place, it’s suggested that they could be used on a game called Mr Wonga instead. We can’t find any evidence that any such game even exists. All the Bingo TG sister sites showcase at least a few of their games on their homepages, but Bingo TG doesn’t do so.
Customer Support and Licensing
The support page at Bingo TG appears to be unfinished. There’s a “Call Us” header, but there’s no phone number listed on it. There’s a suggestion that live chat support is available, but there’s no live chat button. As such, the only way to contact the casino is by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or sending the company a letter. That doesn’t feel very efficient. Bingo TG is covered by the licence that Small Screen Casinos Limited holds with the UK Gambling Commission under reference 39397. It’s a clean licence as of the time of writing.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Bingo TG quotes a 1-5 day turnaround on all withdrawal methods in its terms and conditions, although it should be noted that the casino’s terms and conditions are “borrowed” from The Phone Casino. They’ve been copied and pasted, and whoever copied and pasted them didn’t even bother to correct the casino’s name. It also states that a fee of £1 applies to all withdrawals, which is a little rude. What it doesn’t tell us is which methods are approved for withdrawals. From the logos that appear towards the bottom of the casino’s homepage, we’re guessing that approved methods include Visa and Mastercard debit cards, Skrill, Apple Pay, and Trustly. There’s no mention of PayPal, so we assume it’s not available.
Final Thoughts on Bingo TG
Bingo TG was taken offline for a long time to undergo a redesign. That makes it especially disappointing that it’s in such a state. From unclear promotions to broken customer service links, it feels almost as if it was relaunched in an unfinished state. We can’t even say with any certainty whether the casino offers slots or not. We humbly suggest that any of the Bingo TG sister sites offer a better time than Bingo TG does unless you really, really want to play bingo.
BingoTG Player Reviews
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There aren’t any reviews of Bingo TG listed on any major review websites. That might be down to the fact that the casino site relaunched relatively recently, and it hasn’t attracted a huge amount of attention yet. We check review sites regularly, so if any reviews of Bingo TG show up in the future, we’ll list them here.
Full list of BingoTG sister sites
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- The Ipad Casino (Closed)
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- Phone Casino (Closed)
- Free Daily Spins (Live)
- Live Mobile Casino (Closed)
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