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Last update: 26th October 2020
Rosy Bingo has now changed name once (it used to be called Rehab Bingo), purpose once (it used to be a charity bingo site and now it isn’t) and software twice – from Virtue Fusion to Microgaming and now from Microgaming to Pragmatic Play.
In fact, it was once Ireland’s biggest online charity site and was run by Game On Media on behalf of the Rehab Group, Ireland’s largest charity who provide training, employment, health and social care services to people with disabilities and those who are socially marginalised. In summer 2014 the site moved from the Virtue Fusion platform and became the only charity site to use the Microgaming platform.
“A percentage of all funds” raised on Rehab Bingo amounting to “thousands of Euros each month” went to over 50,000 people with disabilities in more than 200 centres around the world, helping to provide services that enhance the quality of lives, by supporting people in fulfilling personal goals, in accessing new opportunities and in playing a more active role in their communities. It would be nice to know what that percentage actually was but since Rehab is a Republic of Ireland rather than a UK charity there is no requirement to be any more specific than that – and now we’ll never know, as the charity affiliation came to an end in early 2018 and the site’s new incarnation as Rosy Bingo is without the charity element.