8th Online Bingo Summit May 1-2 2013 London

Published Friday, April 05, 2013 - Online-Casinos.com

Bingo has become a pastime for millions on the internet moving many traditional land based bingo halls into the past. The recent new laws restricting smoking in terrestrial halls has had an impact on attendance but as online bingo has proven it can be just as much fun to play at home or during the wait for the train. Mobile bingo has made the pastime exceptionally convenient for hose on the move. Coming up soon in May the Online Bingo Summit will be presented for the 8th consecutive year. London will host the Summit on the 1st and 2nd of May 2013.

The venue the London Marriott Hotel Regents Park is set in the quiet suburbs of Swiss Cottage. It is close to Lords Cricket Ground, Regents Park and the chic bars and restaurants of St Johns Woods and Primrose Hill, the nearby tube station offers direct access to Bond Street, Westminster and Canary Wharf on the Jubilee line. This is the one bingo conference to attend for any business involved in offering bingo for high level discussion, unrivalled networking and quality insight into the future of the industry. Some of the web site’s information is testimony to what the issues are concerning the bingo industry.

Online bingo is on the verge of a significant change. Retention of a customer base and new acquisitions seem to be the biggest issues while the change in customer demographics and attitudes creates a greater need for innovation. New platforms such as the use of mobile devises and television are morphing bingo into another kind of entity. Bingo has always had a social aspect to it so the advent of social gaming may prove to be a big bonus of the bingo marketer. It has been suggested that the market in the U.K. is saturated and the expense associated with new patron acquisition has become a problem for some smaller operations. The expanding market in other jurisdictions is on the Summit agenda as Spain and possibly the USA begin to present promise.

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