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24 April 2006

(PRESS RELEASE) -- A recent study by one of the largest bingo sites on the Internet,, has found that offline and online demographics of bingo players do not always match up. The study, which was completed by a random sampling of thousands of real money online bingo players at the site, have concluded that offline and online bingo players are not the same.

"Typically, if you walk into any offline bingo hall, you're going to find table after table of retired ladies sweating on the next number out", said's VP Marketing Scott Logan. "We've found this just isn't the case when it comes to online players."

Logan went on to say that while the majority of their players were still women, the age demographic drops significantly, to around 35 years old. In line with this, the number of players working full or part-time was over 50%.

"We definitely see an influx of players logging on at the end of the working day in an attempt to relax and enjoy the evening with their online bingo friends", said Logan. "We provide an enjoyable community that makes it possible, with a range of bingo games with big jackpots along with other games such as slots, video poker and keno." offers a wide range of fun games such as bingo, slots, video poker and keno and awards over $8 million every month in prizes.

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