$50,000 Coverall Venice Getaway Event at CyberBingo

26 February 2016

Venice

Big promotions and events are a key part of any online bingo room, because CyberBingo has been around so long, they know this as well as anyone. The key to a big event at this stage in their history in the industry is to offer up huge prize pools and awesome individual prizes that the competition has trouble matching. They've done exactly this for their February 27 event where players are gunning for up to $50,000 and a chance at a trip to Venice.

About the Venice Getaway Event

Here's how this event works. CyberBingo (read more) is putting up as much as $50,000 in this event over multiple games. It starts at 8 pm Eastern with three $1,000 guaranteed rounds. These happen at 8 pm, 9 pm and 10 pm. Then at 11 pm, it's time for the main event of the evening with the Venice Getaway $50,000 Coverall Minimum $10,000 game. The winner will be able to take a guest to Venice on an amazing vacation, so there's a lot at stake.

If you want to make sure that you can get in on the action and that you don't forget about the game, you can pre-order your cards right now. Set your calendar, a reminder on your phone, a sticky note on your bathroom mirror or whatever else you need to do so that you don't forget about this event because it's definitely going to be the largest online bingo (read more) event of the month, and possibly of the first half of 2016.

Online Bingo in the Present Day

The popularity of online bingo has stayed pretty steady with moderate growth over the past several years. One of the reasons for this is that bingo is played in different parts of the world in different ways, but it has the common element of being a social gathering. Internet bingo rooms capture this aspect of the situation with chat rooms and other options to be social with players from all across the globe, and this shows through in the fact that players tend to want to get back online to play, not just to enjoy a chance of winning, but also because they want to get back and talk to the friends they've made.

By Jesse Eddleman