Pragmatic Play set for first ever national bingo day

23rd June 2021 - Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the gaming industry, is celebrating the inaugural National Bingo Day in the United Kingdom by offering free games across a two-day period with major partners.

2021 marks the first time that National Bingo Day becomes a registered awareness day in the UK, with the event being supported by The Bingo Association and key licensed operators from both the retail and online space.

To mark the occasion, Pragmatic Play will be offering a free £1,000 bingo game on the 25th of June, plus over £100 up for grabs with free games in the 80-ball room on National Bingo Day between 2pm and 3pm. This promotion will be available across the network, including partners such as PlayOJO, Butlers Bingo and Lottoland.

Bingo is recognised as a unique community, rooted deeply in social structure, and the whole industry is set to come together to celebrate this date.

Pragmatic Play is a proud member of the bingo community, developing a plethora of innovative products such as Bingo Blast and the upcoming Reels Room, as well as providing classic bingo experiences.

Ezgi Erturk, Head of Bingo for Pragmatic Play, said: “We are massively excited to join in the fun and celebrations of National Bingo Day, along with our partners and all those involved in bingo, both online and in the clubs. What better way to celebrate than lots of free bingo, something we know will be eagerly received by players, and available across our network.”

Pragmatic Play currently produces up to five new slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.


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