Microsoft says that it plans to close Bingo.
Bingo and other sites that are not based in the United States will be closed on Tuesday, Facebook said.
Facebook’s announcement comes amid an ongoing legal battle with Bingo’s parent company, Yahoo!, and a number of state attorneys general.
Bingos are based in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.
The company has long said it was unlikely to reopen all its Bingo locations.
Binga’s CEO, Joe Kallo, told The Wall Street Journal last week that his company would close 100 to 150 sites.
The news was first reported by TechCrunch.
Microsoft’s Bingo site will also shut down.
The Bingo aggregator has struggled to make money for years, with its revenue declining from $3.7 billion in 2009 to $1.5 billion in 2018.
Bingo is an online game, but it’s not an online shopping website.
Instead, it’s a social network for bingo players.
Microsoft said it will not sell Bingo membership or products, or any services, on the site.
Instead of selling the Bingo Bingo store, the company will continue to provide Bingo as a service.
The sites are owned by the same parent company as Facebook.