Having Fun with Sun Bingo


Sun Bingo offers a range of great online Sun Bingo games including Candy Room, Cash Cave and Rainbow Riches. They have so many games rooms it is hard to count, but remember you have to be over 18 to play. When the fun stops, stop. Sun Bingo supports healthy gaming and does not condone gambling addiction. Certain gaming companies take advantage and actually target high spending players, but Sun Bingo is respectful to its players and does not push you to keep playing. If you feel you have a problem with gambling online then make sure you get help as fast possible. Gambling addiction can be devastating to your well being and also financially and should be taken seriously by players.


Sun Bingo is one of most established Bingo websites online. They have many promotions going on including slot bonuses, winning a Cruise ticket in the summer and promotions for new players like join with £10 and play with £40. They have also recently launched a mobile website and app for Android and iTunes. This follows the takeover from Playtech, one of the biggest gaming companies in the world.

Playtech, the huge gambling software group, has agreed a deal to run the Sun newspaper’s Sun Bingo. The new deal with News UK, announced on last week, is worth hundreds of millions of pounds. Playtech, who bought Sun bingo, already runs bingo services for Coral, Mecca Bingo, William Hill and Paddy Power Bingo, which between them have an estimated 20,000 online players at any one time in the UK. Launched in 2005, Sun Bingo has since grown into one of the UK’s largest and most popular bingo websites.


News of the deal comes only a week after Playtech’s quest to break into the lucrative UK retail contracts for difference trading market foundered when its £460m takeover of Plus500 failed to gain regulatory approval. To clear that deal, the Financial Conduct Authority had made demands of Playtech that the company, founded by Teddy Sagi, said it could not make the move before the end of the year. The collapse of the Plus500 takeover, which is also likely to trigger the failure of its takeover for AvaTrade, has thwarted Playtech’s growth ambitions in the UK financial sector. It is authorised to run only regulated financial operations in Cyprus and in the British Virgin Islands, but the Sun deal will now be the biggest company in UK gambling.