In this article we have a look at why do some people like to play bingo online and why others prefer it offline. There’s also the type that doesn’t really care either way. Online Offline Bingo

What is Great About Online Bingo?

The online world is amazing with all the possibilities it has to offer. The popularity of this already very well known game grew tremendously after it was moved online. It is understandable why some people may have trust issues with online gaming. Back in the day online gaming wasn’t safe at all. By now things have greatly changed. Every site must have a specific license to even get to operate in the first place. Also making transfers through banks and credit cards are made very safe.
Accessing bingo on the web is very easy – all you need is a device that has internet on it. Usually the sites don’t ask for additional information to be downloaded.
Another great aspect of online games is that you can choose what you want to play and when. In land based casinos this decision is made for you.

What is Great About Offline Bingo?

The very obvious awesome aspect of offline bingo is getting to go down to a hall and meeting up with friends and meeting new people as well. This is the preferred version for extroverts who love to get a little competition going. There has also been much research done on the benefits of playing the game especially with other people. Having an active social life is tied to people’s general level of happiness, also on both physical and mental health. It has been shown that socially active people have much less depression and anxiety.
The benefits are huge for older people – bingo improves hand and eye coordination, memory and mental agility.
Offline bingo also works well for people who have no interest in sharing their personal data on the web or just have always gone down to local halls.
Bingo halls often put together events for charity and participating in them is a great way to be active in your community and to support it.

As you can see there are tons of reason to play bingo both online and offline.

Gamble Aware (www.responsiblegambling.org) is managed by the Responsibility in Gambling Trust, an independent charity which funds treatment, research and education about responsible gambling. The website has been developed by a Task Force made up of representatives from the Gambling Commission, DCMS, academia and industry.

Gary Beal