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Bingo on the box has it boxed up

  • 26 Jul 08
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Bingo on the box

Isle of Man-based software developing giant, Microgaming has signed a deal with
Bingo on the Box for the latest in 90 and 75-ball games across their online bingo site.

As one of the first and largest progressive gaming systems worldwide, Microgaming has in the last 5 years has paid out over $250 million in winnings. Microgaming is also a founding member of eCOGRA and as such has helped to set the highest standards in fair gaming, responsible site conduct and player protection.

A spokesperson for Bingo on the Box has pointed out that as a new brand, they are keen to source the best in software on behalf of their players and in order to differentiate itself from the wealth of other online bingo sites being launched at a similar point in time.

Microgaming offer three versions of the Internet
bingo game: 90-ball, 75-ball and a 75-ball variant. Their current
platform offers players private game and chat features and an exclusive
player management system for ease of play. According to the CEO of Microgaming “research shows that 80% of players primarily play bingo for the entertainment value and we think this new site has entertainment appeal in spades”.

The suite of side-games the new
site will offer players is also a comprehensive take on slots and table
games. Microgaming estimate that 60% of Bingo on the Box’s
players will also try these additional games. With a choice of
roulette, blackjack, 5-reel slots and pub-style slots there will be
plenty to enjoy on this new platform.

Bingo on the Box is, of course, available through the goggle box too, and with a minimum of three hours play on Sky daily, this site is shaping up to be a one-stop-shop for
bingo fun both online and through the telly. Despite being one of the
newest sites to come online, Bingo on the Box is already becoming a
firm favourite with our members and looks to become a fierce competitor once this new platform is fully supported.

£5 free and cards from as little as 5p, you can already play
a cool version of 75 and 90-ball bingo and get into promotions such as
July’s fantastic ”Bob and the Beanstalk”
where the prizes climb from a WII to a brand new car.

Who knows what Bingo on the Box has lined up for players in August but we’re sure that it’ll be worth waiting for, and if you sign up now you’ll be able to play in the next tourney with
your 100% sign up bonus and 25% subsequent deposit bonuses. If all that
wasn’t enough you can of course even use these bonuses toward a
game in front of the telly so get on board for a new and enriched choice of gaming site.

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