|Bingo.com, Inc. a fast growing entertainment site and application service provider (ASP), today announced that they are continuing Beta testing of its much-anticipated Pay to Play Skill Based bingo game. Shane Murphy, Chairman, CEO and President of Bingo.com, said, 'Our Beta test began internally last month and moved onto a small test group of 2500 members last week. The speed and skill elements of our new game is making the on-line bingo experience that much more exciting for the test group who just can’t seem to get enough. We will continue with the test for several more days as we are looking at the suggestions of the test group before we launch to our 750,000 membership database and the world at large.'|
Bingo.com - recently ranked as the 'Stickiest Site on the Web' for several consecutive months by Media Metrix operates a Web site offering free casino-style games and, in addition, is an application service provider (ASP). The company’s game offerings include multiplayer bingo, video poker, concentration games, sweepstakes and slot machines. Bingo.com also offers affinity programs that provide users the opportunity to convert online winnings into cash and prizes.
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