|With the launch of the Bingo Entertainment Network comes a set of four spanking new bingo games. I’m not sure what’s wrong with a bingo card and a person calling out balls, but the new games are reported to feature innovative software and graphics.|
Imperial Bingo, Starlight Bingo, Paramount Bingo and Emerald Bingo are apparently so different from each other punters won’t know which one to play. Though surely at the end of the day they are still bingo. Anyway, Bingo Entertainment profess that they can all be ‘uniquely’ customised to each licence holder’s content.
The idea behind a bingo network might still be relatively radical, but it does promise to essentially funnel a vast number of punters into one giant virtual bingo hall. The more you pack in, the more punters lose, and the more profit the license holder makes. Possibly.
Well, that’s not their story. Bingo Entertainment has one simple goal – to be the biggest bingo network in the world. Every person who buys a license from them makes the network grow bigger. Bigger the network, bigger the prizes for the punters and the bigger the profit for each license holder. That reminds me about something called pyramid building. The more people that are part of the pyramid the more they all benefit. Only it never normally works out that way. Perhaps Bingo Entertainment has found a way.