Who plays bingo online in the world?
Some might say that the Internet is a man’s world, but this couldn’t be further from truth. In fact there are many women online playing bingo and other games of chance – just look at any video chat room or discussion group for evidence! So why do we still think they only go after guys when it comes to gaming?
Bingo has been a female preserve since its inception. The game of choice for the moregiving, bingoesque women to socialise and bond with one another in an old-fashioned way that feels comforting yet modern at once
Alike pursuits such as coffee mornings or prepubescent boy activities like football matches between two villages whose inhabitants are too busy working their respective jobs during daytime hours than spending time outdoors doing something physical together; ladies who enjoy games involving numbers also seem rarer than they should be despite being everywhere you look on any given day – from tea gatherings where everyone counts aloud until someone reaches lottery number 12 without saying anything!
The corner of an arcade that’s aimed at men, this space is where you’ll find slot machines and video poker. While women make up the majority for bingo games and scratchcard purchases (in fact they’re more likely than not), it seems these two activities aren’t really what attract them to gamble in general – at least according to 2010 Gambling Prevalence survey results which reported only 2 out 5 gamblers were female!
The bingo hall has always been a preserve for women due to the social aspect. In those days, when there were lots going on in every corner and smoke was flowing freely through pipes across town with no odor whatsoever – well let’s just say it wasn’t surprising that many ladies had their way at this game too! Chat facilities still exist online so you can chat while playing your cards or maybe even meet new friends along these lines…
But why are there so many more men than women on this particular level? The answer may lie in the way video games have been marketed for decades.
A study conducted by University College London found that female characters are often presented as helpless victims or sexy objects, while male gamers can expect to be empowered through violence against others—and themselves if they play first person shooters! This sends out very different messages about what it meansto “play” with gender roles being practically unavoidable here: You’re either too weak unless you start hitting things.
Monteverdi is the senior vice president of global product marketing for provider IGT, while Jones rebranded and relaunched WhichBingo – a first dedicated portal established to cover the UK online bingo market.
“There’s an imbalance in gender when it comes to playing Bingo on line,” says Monteverdi., “but you shouldn’t be too quick with judgement.” He goes onto explain that there are actually around 35 percent male players versus 65 woman ones (who make up more than half). However this varies based upon who operates them or what they offer; some brands appeal almost exclusively toward women whereas others have stronger genders balanced out across all demographics including young children!
“There’s a whole world of people who play bingo online and across the globe. In fact, there are males too! How can you not find them when we’ve seen their number grow by more than 60 times in less time? It means millions have regular player base here alone.”
There has been a lot of talk about whether or not there are more women than men playing online casino games, but the truth is this statistic may not tell us everything we want to know.
The most recent survey from Jones’s WhichBingo found that 85% out of over 2 million bingos players were female while 15 percent was male–with these numbers remaining consistent across all five years they’ve conducted surveys on it! But what does “more” really mean? And why do different groups have such drastically differing opinions when talking gender ratios in gambling communities?”
The data shows that 60% of our visitors are female, while 40 percent appear to be male.
“The gender divide in bingo is a curious one. For example, some brands such as Tombola position themselves with an equal number of men and women while others like 888ladies are pink-colored or marketed towards females.”
The stereotype that women are only interested in online bingo is not “100% true,” but it could be some years off due to advertising being targeted almost exclusively at this group so far. However there does seem like a lot of female-oriented TV programs sponsored by sites dedicated specifically towards playing games on line such as Channel 4’s “Blichting” (a German word meaning ‘to win’) which recently had an entire episode focused solely around its famous slot machine program.
Maybe it’s time to break out the big guns. Why not start a new site that caters exclusively towards male gamblers? Well, at least these operators are smart enough in their advertising and include men on occasion with ads for bingo sites like Tombola or Mecca anyways! What also doesn’t help obscure this stereotype is an online casino called “Hunky Bingo.” The Bingo Association’s CEO, Miles Baron says that “I think online targets a broader audiotor but there’s no doubt an element of marketing is targeted at traditional bingo players because they’re already playing.” He goes onto explain how he thinks this will change over time and what we can expect to see in five years from now.
“The UK market is very established,” says Monteverdi. “Therefore, we expect to see an increase and possible equal balance in the number of men playing bingo over time.” There will be a continuation on growth with younger players using their smartphones more often than older ones who may not know how technology has evolved or partake when it comes down decision-making around these types games; however there could also potentially become even greater numbers among seniors because they’re tech savvy enough for some changes which are happening right now!
“The young people of today are more technically savvy than ever before. They want their entertainment and information on demand, wherever they are! Gone is the day when you had to go home after school/work just so your parents could give it all back again by typing away at a desktop computer for hours every night playing online bingo games.”
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