Bingo Cams To Be Sold

When Bingo Cams launched it was an innovation in bingo, bringing a brand new idea to an industry where much is the same. Bingo Cams brought the video cam into the chat rooms, allowing players to share their winning moments, but the site still hasn’t seen the success of many of the big brands available. Now Greentube, a subsidiary of the Austrian gaming company Novomatic has confirmed that they have acquired the site from current owners Dazzletag and that could mean some changes for players.

The sale sum is undisclosed but the sale is likely to go through very soon and Bingo Cams will have new owners for the bingo site that combines the online game and social media and video.

The site has been around since 2011 and big things were expected as it was the first site for a long time to bring something brand new to the market. Bingo Cams uses the B-live gaming software to offer that unique bingo experience, but despite three years of running, and high player numbers, the brand has never really become ‘huge’.

The acquisition is likely to raise the profile of the lesser known Greentube and be quite a substantial step into the market for the company who are a subsidiary of the more well know, and giants in the industry Novomatic.

Right now it’s the details of the sale, but eventually we could see some changes to the brand as the new owners put their mark. We assume that the social aspect that is the site’s unique selling point is set to stay, but we’ll be interested to see exactly what changes will come about with the sale. Right now the brand uses many slots from Microgaming but with such a big name in slots development as Novomatic involved, we could see some changes.

2 thoughts on “Bingo Cams To Be Sold

    1. Hi Paul

      I have been able to access the site today but have not been aware of any issues. Have you tried to contact their support?

      Thanks

      Nickie

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