PRN: Gamesys: Full House for Latest Jackpotjoy Winner!
Gamesys: Full House for Latest Jackpotjoy Winner!
LONDON, May 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Details have just been released of Ms Carol W, who has managed to win a superb prize of over Â£5,800. She was playing the popular Bingo 75 Ball game on the UK's favourite gaming site, Jackpotjoy. She is only one in many winners that were delighted to win to the huge jackpots at jackpotjoy.com.
Bingo has been a cornerstone of many people's social life throughout the 20th century, and its timeless appeal could be due to the exciting, simple and engagingly sociable nature of the game. Â Bingo 75 is a twist on the classic 90 ball Bingo game. Â Unlike traditional Bingo where you must fill a line on your card, any pattern in your card could be a winner. Â You just need to match the shape of the pattern in the top left corner by blotting out numbers on your scorecard, or alternatively, win with a blackout where all numbers on the card are covered. Â
As if the Bingo wasn't enough, you can also enjoy a wide selection of mini games to occupy you between rounds, so you'll never get bored. Â Our members are a friendly bunch, and you can easily chat to them through the simple chat interface. Â You just type a message into the box at the bottom of your screen and hit return! Â All the games are moderated by our friendly hosts, who are on hand to answer any questions you may have. Â
Carol was very pleased with her win, and said "I am delighted with the win and so very happy to be on the site. A very big thank you to all involved with Jackpotjoy."
Jackpotjoy are delighted that you take so much away from playing on the site. It's never been so easy to win money with jackpotjoybingo.com, great bonus games and high jackpots are frequently won by happy players.
Why not come and join in? Â Make some new friends and possibly be as lucky as Carol. Â Stakes start from as little as 10p so it's a really affordable way to spend an evening. Â We look forward to seeing you soon!
The Gamesys Group was founded by Noel Hayden in April 2001 with a small team of developers. The aim was to build a profitable entertainment business providing great online games.