Rogers Bingo To Close On 1st November 2015

When Rogers Bingo first opened in the summer of 2011 we remember being quite excited about the new brand. It was the first to launch from Cladstone Limited and one that brought something new to the online bingo marketplace. However, whilst it was good to see another brand open using proprietary software, the actual gaming experience at the site didn’t live up to expectations.

Rogers Bingo is not a brand that we have ever deposited at. The cumbersome navigation, hard to understand rooms and complex promotions meant that it wasn’t a site we ever really got our teeth into. We won’t feel the loss when the brand closes on 1st November 2015.

It was only because we had registered to review the brand that we were aware of the impending closure of Rogers Bingo.

Rogers Bingo Closure Email

An email landed in our player inbox on Friday 2nd October and here’s what it had to say, verbatim:

Dear Player,

We would like to inform you that Cladstone Limited, owners of RogersBingo are in the process of closing their operations. As a result and until further notification, we are making some changes to the functionality of the website.

The site is now closed to new registrations however existing players can play as normal for the next 30 days. Positive balances on your account can be withdrawn or played through on the site up to 31st October. From 1st November, the site will be closed to game play and any remaining positive balances will be donated to GamCare. Please note that from today the deposit function has been deactivated on the site.

All player funds continue to be ring fenced and protected in a designated client account in accordance with Isle of Man Gambling Supervision regulatory requirements.

You can still contact our customer support team at who will stay online to assist you with any questions.

We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your support and loyalty over the past years.

Are you a Rogers Bingo player? Will you miss the brand when it closes its virtual doors?

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