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Bingo3X Celebrates First Anniversary Success

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- Bingo3X arrived in February 2012 to take the online bingo scene by storm. A year has seemingly gone by in a flash as Bingo3X closes in on its first anniversary. The site was first devised by Seeding Ventures, a company with a group of business professionals who wished to open a new online bingo site. Dragonfish was quickly identified as the development team to work with, and not long after the site was ready for launch. The fundamental message behind the site is that players will have three times more than at other bingo sites. Thus far in its meteoric rise, fun has always been the overall aim of Bingo3X.

Bingo3X set about developing interest by offering up a welcome package that was loaded with extras, including bonuses, prize draw entry and a GBP 5 Amazon voucher. As 2012 progressed, the site upped its efforts by releasing three digital Avatars to help promote the brand with. Chase Charger, Bravos Hunter and Not Just Simon were all used extensively in the social media strategy of Bingo3X and in marketing imagery. The site further distinguished itself from the competition hosting special Bingo3X-exclusive prize games and bingo promotions. By the end of 2012, Bingo3X Club had gone live. This is a section at Bingo3X.com where players can go to be entertained with games, make purchases from the Bingo Bazaar, get to read Comics and learn more about the Bonus Booster game.

Speaking early in 2012, Jay G, brand manager with Bingo3X, proudly stated: "...our brand promotions are going to rock the bingo world..." Looking back on a hugely successful 2012, there can be no dispute that the site delivered on Jay's statement. The success was even backed up when Bingo3X was nominated as 'Best New Bingo Site' and 'Bingo Site of the Year' awards for 2012 by renowned portals like Which Bingo, Bingo port and WDW Bingo. The site further won "Best New Bingo Site of the year" and "Highly Recommended Site of the year" awards. The planners behind Bingo3X were intent on taking "entertainment in Bingo Industry to a whole new level", as explained by Jay. Now the site has major plans for its first anniversary celebrations.

Talking about the Anniversary plans, Jay stated: "At every opportunity, Bingo3X sought to host a bingo promotion that maximised that point in the year. Therefore, we continue this trend as we come close to celebrate our 1st Anniversary. There are a total of five exciting prize giveaways to be held from the beginning of the month until 13 February. Among the choice selection of giveaways, players can win an iPad, one of 12 Kindles, access to free bingo games for an hour, special goodies and a guaranteed mystery prize for everyone. The major attraction of this event will be the 3 Brand Mascots of Bingo3X playing the role of Chat Hosts." It seems that Bingo3X is ready to take things to the next level when compared to new online bingo sites which launched the same year.

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Bingo3X is celebrating its first anniversary in February 2013. The site arrived and had a hugely successful 2012, during which it climbed to the top of the industry, received award nominations and also won the "Best New Bingo Site of the year" award. Now Bingo3X will be taking things to the next level by throwing a huge series of prize giveaways to celebrate its first anniversary.

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