OnlineBingo.co.uk Releases Industry Wide Demographic Statistics

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An extensive industry-wide survey conducted by OnlineBingo.co.uk show online bingo demographics and provide useful information for bingo sites.

After an extensive research project by top online bingo website OnlineBingo.co.uk, figures have finally been released.

OnlineBingo.co.uk is one of the UK’s most visited online bingo portal and information sites. Players can go to the website for some free advice on which sites to go to and which to stay clear of. Their monthly newsletter has a lot of interest and the study has produced some interesting demographic results.

The site found that 88% of online bingo players were female and the average player was just over 45 years old. Interestingly the male players were younger than the females at an average age of 37 with the women coming in at an average of 47 years old.

The two most widely played forms of online bingo are 75 ball and 90 ball and OnlineBingo.co.uk researched these as well. They found that 47% of people love both types, 46% of people strongly prefer 90 ball and just 7% of users prefer 75 ball bingo.

OnlineBingo.co.uk found that the majority of players - 38% - play online bingo daily. 15% of players were playing 2-3 times a week and just 8% of players played only once a month.

These figures are very useful for all online bingo sites as they help with advertising ideas.

A spokesman for Bingo Ballroom, a popular site that advertises on OnlineBingo.co.uk said:

‘These statistics are extremely helpful to our marketing team. It’s great that OnlineBingo.co.uk is used by this demographic. This is why our advertising on the site is so successful. .’

OnlineBingo.co.uk has stated that they will continue to review the statistics that they have produced and will look into further studies that will subsequently provide even more information regarding the industry.

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