2015 Jan 7

The traditional game of bingo has been struggling to keep going for some time now. It had its ‘boom’ period back in the 1960s and 70s, but ever since then – in the UK anyway – it has started to slow down with halls closing their doors as it’s no longer financially viable to stay open and to keep offering the incentives to get people through the doors. Instead of playing bingo, people found other forms of entertainment and the industry as a whole seemed doomed. Free texas holdem poker is the most famous game in the recent games.

Since the turn of the millennium, however, and thanks to the modern digital era, it’s been revitalised and – if you listen to a lot of experts – saved… by the Internet. The smartphone generation, who spend all day everyday on their phones and tablets, want to be entertained quickly and easily, and bingo has slotted in seamlessly, giving them everything they need.

The bingo comparison websites like bestoffersbingo.co.uk give people the information they need quickly and easily, helping them to choose between the various websites all offering different packages and games and they can then go away and download the relevant app or log onto that particular website to either research further or play on their chosen device.

Its the variety of options available that is the main reason behind the recent upturn in fortunes for those in and behind the bingo industry. By making the games available to more people, on more devices, in more locations, they are able to reach out and engage with a much wider audience than ever before. The traditional halls are still there – and to some extent recovering – but people who have less free time available, but like bingo, are now able to partake in one of their favourite pastimes when they get a few minutes to themselves which they weren’t able to do traditionally as a night at the bingo takes several hours.

Throw in the various bonuses and offers available on the websites and apps, and the online version of the game is significantly more appealing. When a user signs up for a bingo website, they often do so because they’ve seen an advert or read a review explaining the various offers available when they register. One such example is a £15 no deposit bonus codes for new players which allows people to play instantly, without depositing a penny into an account, so they can start playing and (hopefully) winning.

There are also further bonuses available, ranging from 100% to around 500%, for those who continue to use their accounts, depositing money to play with and on top of their winnings, so that they have plenty of incentives to stay with that site rather than going somewhere else and closing their accounts – something which is obviously good for the players because they have the potential to earn and win more money, and bad for the site because they lose a paying customer.

2015 Jan 5

How can something played online, in “virtual reality”, be more social than playing a game in a room with real people and real objects I hear you asking. It sounds almost insane to suggest such a thing, but modern technology has actually made online gaming as social – if not more social – than playing the traditional forms of the game, especially in the case of the likes of bingo.

Mobile and tablet apps, along with much better and user-friendly websites, have made online bingo sites more popular than ever with users able to access them anytime, anywhere. Some sites do their own advertising, like Foxy Bingo who sponsor prime-time shows in the UK like Emmerdale, while others work with bingo comparison websites like Two Big Ladies to showcase their games and offers to attract new players with all kinds of incentives and opportunities to play for fun – or big money.

In addition to the thrill and excitement of playing games, users can also take advantage of the live chat features when they play on a website. In your typical bingo hall, players might go along with a group of friends, or maybe even on their own, looking to have some fun – maybe a bite to eat and a drink too – and, of course, to try and win some money. However, this doesn’t guarantee them a social day or night out because, for the majority of the playing time, you’re not interacting as the caller is shouting out the numbers and you’re focussed on marking them off on your card.

With the online versions, however, a lot of games are run automatically and you can sit and chat with your friends or family while the game takes care of itself. The online chat feature allows players to talk with each other, especially if it’s a group of you and your friends playing the same game at the same time, and then you can share in each other’s wins even if you can’t get together because of other commitments.

Similarly, you can interact with complete strangers and talk with them about the game you’re playing, other sites that you both like and just about anything else you might want to discuss with a complete stranger – who could become a new friend.

At the end of the day, the majority of people playing the games online are doing so because they’re short of time, they’ve been told about a great deal or because they prefer it to the traditional halls. Everyone is different and has their own preference when it comes to playing games, either on mobile apps, websites or in person, but many consider online gaming to be a way of interacting with new or different people – and is ideal for those looking for that interaction but who may not have the time to go out and do it, or may not have the social skills to do so. You can talk and have fun with anybody on the web, and playing games is often the excuse to get out and do it.

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