It turns out that even offering to send boxes of chocolates to players is no substitute for providing an excellent bingo gaming experience, as Sea Bingo has gone the way of the Mary Rose and the Titanic, and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. With the site due to close on February 8th, anyone who has an account with Sea Bingo is advised to visit the site before that date, and preferably ASAP, and withdraw any funds they have in their account. If you have an outstanding issue with Sea Bingo you should contact them on [email protected].
Sea Bingo showed such promise, it was the first bingo site to launch on the HTML platform and therefore had an easy way to entice in new customers, the problem was, once it had them, it didn’t know what to do with them. Sea Bingo was simply a site that didn’t try hard enough, and was left floundering while its rival sites rose to greater and greater heights by offering players a more exciting bingo experience. There’s talk of a possibility that Sea Bingo will come back, on a new platform and with new ownership, but a lot would need to be fixed in order for that idea to have any hopes of being more successful than the last failed voyage of Sea Bingo.
If you were a player at Sea Bingo, rest assured you will not have to suffer as the site disappears, because there are many superior Playtech sites to play at. The pool is full of big names like Sky Casino, Betfair Bingo, Coral Bingo, bgo Bingo, Mecca Bingo, and Gala Bingo, as well as Tea and Bingo, Winner Bingo, and more. Sea Bingo may be gone, but let’s face it, the online bingo world is not really going to notice.