BINGO: BINGOS shut down for a third time as the site hosts the “Worldwide Bingo” bingo event on Saturday.
The Bingo site hosted “WorldWide Bingo,” which had its first run in 2012 and is now the only event to be shut down after two decades.
“It’s a very sad day for Bingo fans and our entire industry,” said Bingo World president Kevin Johnson.
“We are extremely proud of our dedicated fans, and for all the years we have been providing this entertainment, we are very grateful to all of our loyal fans who helped us bring Bingo to life.”
Bingo World is not the only bingo site to shut down in the last two years.
In June, the Bingo’s Bazaar Bingo site closed after about a month of operation.
The Bingo website was open for the first time since 2001.
The shutdown of Bingo bingo and other popular sites, including the “Bingo Network,” has made Bingo a much smaller, more niche event that often draws a smaller crowd.
Bingoes bingo events have been a part of the B.O.W. for years, with more than 80 million bingo tickets sold in the United States in 2016.