North East based online bingo site tombola bingo, have launched Syndicates to complement their existing bingo game portfolio.
tombola is playing the Lotto and inviting tombola players to join their syndicate. ‘Syndicates’ gives depositing players a free chance to take part in the week’s Saturday Lotto draw with up to seven lines along with nine other tombola players per syndicate. To take part, all players need to do is play bingo, staking at least £1 in a given day, in one of tombola’s online bingo games. If a player stakes £1 or more for each day of the week, then they could take part in a maximum of seven syndicates for the Saturday Lotto draw over the week by simply logging in and clicking on the Syndicates button on www.tombola.co.uk.
Head of Marketing, Dawn-Elizabeth Howe says: “We introduced Syndicates over ten years ago which was hugely popular. The reintroduction of Syndicates means that we are buying thousands of Lotto lines each week, to give our players some fun for the start of 2011!”
Dawn added “100% of any Lotto winnings from the syndicates will be shared equally between the ten players in each syndicate. For matching three numbers (£10 win), each of the ten syndicate members will receive a £1 bonus credited to their tombola account. Any line winning over four numbers will share the cash.”
‘Syndicates’ launched on Sunday 9th January 2011 and runs for a limited period. To play ‘Syndicates’, all you need to do is sign up for an account at www.tombola.co.uk, staking at least £1 on any bingo game and clicking the ‘Syndicates’ button while this feature is running on tombola. Plus tombola have a joining offer – deposit £10 and get £20 free!
tombola bingo are Britain’s biggest online bingo site and are currently the sponsors of premier league team Sunderland AFC and ITV1’s popular soap Emmerdale. As the current online bingo operator of the year, they offer a range of popular bingo games such as bingo 90, bingo 80, Bingo Roulette and Cinco. Terms apply for both sign up offer and Syndicates. See site for full details.