Is Bingo A Senior Citizens Activity Myth

Bingo has always been known as a senior citizens activity as it was played in places such as Old Age Homes, Retirement Centres and Church Halls to entertain the older generation, so one can ask the question, “Is Bingo a Senior Citizens Activity Myth or is this just a fallacy”?

The invention of the internet coupled with online gaming software providers has slowly changed this concept, and today there are just as many non-retired people as to what there are retired people who congregate worldwide at online bingo halls to not only have a few bingo games, but also socialise with their fellow roomies.

The attraction to playing online bingo games is totally apparent. Due to the fact that no matter where you are or whatever you are doing, you can take a break, sit down at your computer, laptop, iPad or tablet and join a bingo game at basically anytime of the day or night.

At most online bingo halls you can also alternate between playing 75 ball bingo and 90 ball bingo without ever having to leave your seat. The games start at regular intervals, so if you have a few minutes to spare in between these games, you can always rekindle your enthusiasm towards several other games on offer such as Slots, Pull Tabs and Keno.

Bingo has proved itself to be a game of enjoyment, a game of excitement and a game where the young and the not so young can meet on an even playing ground.