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Fruity Bingo is  a name that we first head of back in November 2016 [read more here]. At this point it was expected that the site was set to launch before the end of 2016, this didn’t happen.

In January 2017 we were contacted by the owners of the brand, Swift Ventures, and provided with screenshots of the design and layout of the coming soon site [read more here]. It was expected that we would have seen the site by the summer of 2017 but once again, and excuse the pun, we have yet to see the launch come to fruition.

Holding Page For Fruity Bingo

The holding page for the site remains the same; a chance to enter your details and be kept up to date and receive an exclusive bonus WHEN it launches but WHEN is that likely to be?

We popped along to the Facebook page for the brand and was surprised to find that it already has over 5,000 likes. This could be attributed to the fact that they are giving away tickets to various events at Manchester Arena.

From May to October though there were very few posts but this was because of the incident at the Ariana Grande concert. On 19th October though the chance to win a variety of different tickets were being given away and in just a few days four people won two VIP Private Box Tickets to see Emeli Sandé at the Manchester Arena on 22nd October.

It might be worth keeping an eye on the page for more chances to win though.

Update For Fruity Bingo

Whilst on the Facebook page, we took the time to message and ask about an update. The response was pretty instant and what was great was the clear enthusiasm that the person dealing with my query had for their product.

The delay has been attributed to Jumpman and the changes in the legislation around gambling. These changes meant their had to be amendments in the software and as such, the delay in launch. It is expected that the site should be live by Christmas.

We particularly liked that the plan is to have “a custom lobby design, custom promotions, custom bingo caller, leaderboards and much more”.

For now, we’ll continue to wait…