Cashmill Bingo Signs-Up 1257 New Players in One Day

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All-New Online Bingo Game Breaking Online Gaming Records.

hour period, setting new online gaming records for bingo subscribers in the process. The new game, launched in December 2002, also reported a new single day game player record with over 368 bingo players participating on site at the same time.

Although less than three months old the new site has continued a record pace that has seen average daily new player sign-ups soar from 150 in January to over 268 in February. “We are extremely pleased with the high level of player involvement and site branding we have been able to achieve in such a short time,” said Karen Bliss, Marketing Manager. “Where most established bingo games have been known to sign up 700-800 players in a single day to have a new game like Cashmill succeed in generating over 1200 sign-ups in one day is just truly remarkable.”

Players may play Cashmill Bingo, free of charge, until the game transitions from its initial free-play mode to a pay-for-play model currently slated for mid-March. Players can win $1 game prizes and $10 jackpots and are also able to play up to 100 bingo game cards at once. Players can use their bonus bucks winnings to play the 3-, 4- or 5-reel slots, or save them to play for cash prizes after the pay-for-play launch. Plans for a prize gallery and an elaborate customer rewards program to thank players for their current play, are also planned for when the site moves to a live paid format.

ABOUT CASHMILL BINGO

Cashmill Bingo is a new online bingo game featuring live bingo and slots action. Launched in December of 2002, Cashmill Bingo is one of the fastest growing bingo sites on the Internet. Web metrics firm Alexa.com recently listed Cashmill Bingo as one of its Top 100 Movers and Shakers on the Internet. The site is currently scheduled for a live pay-for-play launch of Mid-March. For more information on Cashmill Bingo please visit http://www.CashmillBingo.com

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