Today we heard the news that Bingo Id closes its internet bingo doors for the last time and we are left wondering why then are there so many new internet bingo sites launching on the St Minver network (the network that Bingo ID were on) yet here we are writing about another site closing its doors in the world of online bingo. It was only a few months ago that a couple of other sites on this network also closed.
Paparazzi Bingo, an internet bingo site fronted by Darryn Lyons, also closed just a few months ago but recently we have seen a couple of new sites launch on the St Minver network. Moyo Bingo launched just recently so why then has Bingo ID failed? When Paparazzi Bingo closed the reason given was that the site did not generate enough revenue to meet the standards or requirements of the St Minver network. Surely then it would make more sense to invest a little time into ensuring already known internet bingo sites succeed rather than launching a multitude of new bingo sites on the same network?
I don’t profess to really understand how the networks work or why one internet bingo site will succeed whilst another will fail when both are on the same network using the same software and all offering the same promotions and game play but what I do know is that the St Minver network may fall down simply by the fact that they currently only offer one version of the internet bingo game, 90 ball bingo.
With the news that Bingo ID closes what happens to all the internet bingo players who were fans of the site? Well there are numerous other sites on this network that offer exactly the same as Bingo ID and we would like to suggest Love Bingo as an alternative to players who previously frequented Bingo ID.