iGaming social start-up Gaming Realms has launched its first TV campaign for the release of its latest igaming BingoGodz.com. Bingo Godz was released in early September 2013, by the ex-management team of CashCade gaming, the team which created and sold Foxy Bingo to Party Gaming for £96m in 2008. Gaming Realms began trading on London’s AIM stock market on 1 August, following a £12.1m reverse takeover by Cambridge tech company Pursuit Dynamics.
The UK nationwide campaign depicts the Bingo Gods descending onto earth via a bolt of lightning and causing bingo mayhem on the streets of the UK. BingoGodz.com currently features a £5 free money bonus and £150 deposit bonus. The TV campaign also instructs players to download Bingo Godz mobile and tablet application on IOS and Android Stores.
The TV campaign features the voice of UK thespian Brain Blessed, who is famous to the UK public for playing Prince Vultan leader of the Hawkmen in the cult 1980s movie of Flash Gordon. Coverage of the Bingo Godz campaign will be visible on UK terrestrial and digital television channels, including Channel 4, ITV and FIVE.
Much industry attention has been placed in this new venture, due to the successful caliber of personnel in management consisting of Cashcade founders Simon Collins, Patrick Southon and Michael Buckley. Further engaged in this new igaming venture are fellow Cashcade alumi Mark Segal and Noel Rowse and the former CEO of PartyGaming. Jim Ryan CEO of Party Gaming is also on the project as an adviser to the board and operations of the start up.
Bingo Godz is also incorporating new technologies in its platform such a social gaming business BeJig, which runs the Avatingo app on Facebook, and mobile casino operator AlchemyBet. Gaming Realms is running on software developed by industry newcomer Bede Gaming.
BingoGodz.com TV Campaign