PlayOJO unveils The Masked Singer bingo room
January 11, 2021 – NewsA dedicated The Masked Singer slot game and casino site are also in the works from platform provider SkillOnNet
If you love The Masked Singer and you love bingo, then you should head straight to PlayOJO which has just unveiled an exclusive The Masked Singer bingo room.
The 90-ball bingo game has been developed by Pragmatic Play and combines features and branding from the hugely popular TV show which recently returned for a second series.
When entering The Masked Singer Bingo room, players are asked to choose what mask they think will be on the bingo ticket that wins Full House.
At that point, all of the player’s bingo tickets change to show a mask to reflect the mask they choose.
If the player’s mask matches the one displayed on a Full House winning ticket (or tickets), players are awarded free tickets to the next game.
There is also a Daily Drop jackpot within The Masked Singer bingo room which is guaranteed to pay out by the end of the day, every day of the week.
PlayOJO is powered by SkillOnNet, which secured The Masked Singer licence from rights holders Bandicoot with plans to launch a dedicated casino, slot an instant-win scratch card.
Michael Golembo, Sales and Marketing director at SkillOnNet, said: “The Masked Singer is an absolute phenomenon, and we are thrilled to have partnered with Bandicoot to secure the exclusive product licence.
“The Masked Singer UK bingo room will also help drive brand awareness for PlayOJO bingo and the other casinos on our network will have the slot game, and the scratchcard which will help build awareness to the Masked Singer UK games site.”
Claire McDaid, Vice President of Bingo at Pragmatic Play, said: “Taking a hugely popular brand and transforming it into a bingo product in just a few months was a challenge for the team but the end-product is something we’re proud of.
“Adding extra features to boost retention will be sure to add to the game’s popularity and we’re all extremely confident on how the product will perform as we continue to evolve our relationship with SkillOnNet.”