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Online Bingo in Spain

Spain has legalised Bingo once again in the country, allowing thousands of players to return to Bingo Halls in Spain and enjoy one of their favourite past-times.

On 1st June, 2012, legislation was passed only allowing companies with a Spanish government-issued license and an .es domain permission to run online gambling sites in the country.

Although the new law didn’t specifically cover Bingo, it was widely assumed that if the site was not licensed as regulated by Spain then it wouldn’t be legal, with many Bingo sites announcing their plans to discontinue their service in Spain.

The legalisation of the popular game has now seen droves of players in Spain return to the virtual Bingo halls in which they can enjoy the thrill of winning in an inviting and social environment. Many new players have been lured by the appeal of the simple but exciting game, signing up online for their chance to win one of the lucrative jackpots.

Since it’s disappearance from Spain, Bingo has come on leaps and bounds, giving players who have been away from the game even more to look forward to. Classic Specials, 90 Ball Bingo and 75/80 Ball Bingo have all become even more thrilling to play, combined with brilliant new themes and even bigger payouts, many players are catching up for lost time.

Banking and payment options have also improved with state-of-the-art digital encryption now enforced as an industry standard. Players can now enjoy complete peace of mind however they decide to manage their funds, completely safe and secure as they play their favourite games.

With the developments in the industry and the region, Bingo is expected to become even more popular. This can only be a good thing for players, as online providers try and provide them with the best possible service, including brand new promotions, games and cash prizes.

As players revel in the return of Bingo in Spain, we can only imagine what’s in store for the future as the gaming industry and the fan base begins to grow again.