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About:

Foxy Bingo LoginFoxy Bingo was formed by Cashcade back in 2005. They acquired Think in 2007 and would later follow up with Cheeky in early 2009. A few months down the road saw PartyGaming acquire Cashcade’s thriving business. Party merged with Bwin to create Bwin.Party who were recently bought out by GVC Holdings Plc. The famous Foxy branding has expanded to FoxyCasino.com and FoxyZero.com. Over at Zero they specialise in free and low cost games. Some may question the need when you can play for free on the main site in the Foxy’s Den and Love Me Tender rooms. The central company is of course one of the most recognisable in the sector.

Competitors:

There has been a heavy focus on TV ad campaigning and they have also been the sponsor of The Jeremy Kyle Show. If you check through all of the most highly searched industry terms in Google search it is this firm that is currently commanding all of the top rankings. They are certainly well positioned to challenge for that market leader status. As it stands, there are several competitors that are receiving more site visits (according to Alexa) such as Gala, Jackpotjoy, Mecca, Sky, Tombola etc. It would be interesting to analyse the overall market share that Cashcade holds, as Cheeky themselves sit just outside the top 10 and Think continues to make great strides.

Login:

888’s Dragonfish software is used at www.foxybingo.com. This is one of the best solutions to opt with, although it is the most extensively used. 888 use it across their various owned brands and then there are 140 skins (partners) who use their platform. As soon as you join and enter through the Foxy Bingo login you’ll be handed with a £5 no deposit bonus. This is joined by a 300% bonus with funds capped at £90 and so in total you get £95 free. In the promotions area, as well as 300% they note 100% on reloads 2 and 3. They likely haven’t got around to updating this section yet, as on registering and in their TV ad they reference £95 only.

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