There was once a time (and not so long ago) that the game of bingo was considered something that your elderly aunt would enjoy and that she would take the weekly pilgrimage to the local bingo hall for a few hours to catch up on all the latest news with her friends.

Today, bingo is a very different games in some bingo halls with party nights and themed night on offer, which appeals to many younger players. Games are not set in silence, and there are dedicated sitting areas where chat is positively encouraged.

Online bingo has also enjoyed a come-back with younger players.

Over the last decade or so we have seen massive technological breakthroughs, and this has led to games being optimised for the smaller screens, in fact, bingo is one of those games that has transitioned over to mobile devices like the smartphone perfectly.

One of the main reason that online bingo is so popular is that the online version of the game is still as social as its physical counterpart. Online bingo sites offer a chat feature alongside their games which means that you can still keep in contact with family and friends whilst enjoying your games fix.

Convenience also helps to make the game popular. Most of us lead busy lives and being able to pick up a game when and where we want to is just the ticket (pardon the pun.) With the online version of bingo, you can have your games played for you automatically, which means if you pre-buy your tickets and can’t make the game then you won’t lose out at all.

You will also find that most of the bingo sites you visit will also provide a full range of casino games in case you fancy a change of pace, and of course, whether you are enjoying a game of bingo or slots you will be offered the opportunity to opt into some great bonuses and promotional offers.

The majority of us own a smartphone of some type, especially since the prices began to drop, and we have come to rely on those devices for many of the day to day tasks in order to gives ourselves a little more time.

Gone are the days where we had to visit the bank to make a deposit or go to a certain shop. Nowadays we can do most things from ordering food to buying a holiday via our smartphones, so it’s no wonder that we are looking to them to provide us with our entertainment too.

This is a sponsored press release and does not necessarily reflect the opinions or views held by any employees of The Merkle. This is not investment, trading, or gambling advice. Always conduct your own independent research.

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