A brand-new site dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender players has just been launched in the UK, and it’s a world first! Fierce Bingo has been created in response to the request for more online games from the LGBT community, and it will offer its ‘gay-mers’ the chance to play for exciting prizes and win cash all from the comfort of their own homes.
As part of their ‘coming out,’ the site has come up with a very generous 300% grand opening bonus, allowing players to grab £30 free when they deposit their first £10. On top of providing a welcoming, fun new home for gay and lesbian roomies, Fierce Bingo will also be donating a percentage of their profits to LGBT charities across the UK. While the number of charity online gaming sites is on the up (think BingoGiving and BigHeartBingo, as well as the yearly support provided for Marie Curie Cancer Care by Mecca Bingo,) this is the first site to directly plug its earnings back into the community it caters to.
Things are looking pretty exciting on the promotions front too during Fierce’s opening month, including the opportunity to win a 10-day beach holiday for two with £1,000 of spending money, and a New York shopping spree with £10,000 in your pocket. They’re also promising plenty of happy hours and progressive jackpots, as well as a whole lot of fun.
Another key feature of the site is a dedicated chat room, which Fierce Bingo hopes will appeal to players who are bored of chatting on typical online gay dating websites. The room will be monitored and allow roomies to interact in a friendly, fun, and above all else safe environment, where they can potentially meet new love interests or make new pals with a shared love of bingo.
Of course, you don’t have to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans to play at the site, so if you love all things “fabulous, irreverent and camp,” you’ll feel right at home at Fierce.
If you’re a member of the LGBT community, what are your thoughts about the launch of this new site? Do you think more companies should make their online bingo sites more appealing or welcoming to lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual players? Perhaps you live outside of the UK, in which case, would you like to see a similar site available to players in your country?