Bingo Vision Bingo Sites

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A site running on BingoVision software is chock-full of innovation, and surprises. Bingo operators can choose several different options when tailoring their sites – either a pooled network show, or a standalone product, complete with quiz games, streaming and presenters.

With over 15 years in the business, this company has worked with clients, helping them with marketing, search engine optimisation and even television campaigns.

A high quality product is guaranteed at all times, because the company creates content in-house, including the live presenter–action. So, if you love a live bingo caller, and if you prefer to hear a real human count down the numbers as opposed to an automated robot, then consider a Bingo Vision site for your next destination. BingoVision is a division of QSB Gaming Of Alderney.

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Certainly one of the most popular sites using this software is Lights Camera Bingo. Here, you can play 90 ball and 75 ball games, along with loads of cool instant games.

As a new player, you will be showered with free cash – the first bonus is £20, then it's time to Spin the Wheel where you could win a very showbiz £2500.

Become a VIP at Showreel, and each month, you will go into a VIP prize draw. Players have already won an Apple iPad, a Nikon camera, a Blu-ray DVD player, and an iPod Touch – will you be the next winner?

Make sure you're in the Lucky Stars room at 7 PM every Wednesday to participate in Lucky Lotto. Choose the correct numbers and win extra cash.

In Friday Night Takeaway, you could win a slap up meal – be the player to complete the full house at 8 PM, and Lights Camera will treat you to a £50 takeaway.

Here's a different kind of tournament – battle it out in the Top Slots Squad – this is a weekly team tourney where you could win £50 every week.

Team games play every Tuesday and Saturday between 7 PM and 10 PM.

Chat games run around the clock.

In Weekend Wad, call house on the magic numbers to win a share of 250,000 loyalty points.

In Monday Madness, the full house and one line prizes have turned topsy-turvy.