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Tom Fletcher' Career and Bio

Hi there,
I am Tom and I work as a Business Consultant at a London-based company and that’s my dream job. Apart from my work life, I can describe myself as an avid bingo player who’s always been passionate about the game. As a member of the young generation of bingo players, I definitely prefer the online version of the game. I just don’t like wasting my time going to land-based clubs and I prefer having some leisure time from my laptop or smartphone. Plus, most of the bingo sites offer an army of fantastic features that will definitely make you feel like in a real bingo club – you can daub the numbers yourself (or use the automatic dauber instead), talk with the roomies through the in-built chat features, pre-purchase a ticket for the next game, etc. Overall, I do prefer playing online bingo and I love exploring new sites with great deals and innovative game variations.

I met Daniel while playing bingo and soon after we became good friends. I gave him an assist with creating the BestBingoSites.Co.Uk website. My role was to help him prepare the design of the site and coding some of the pages. I am also for writing a couple of articles on my own, which I would be very happy to share with you!

Q&A About Daniel

What was the biggest challenge when creating the site?Writing bingo articles. As I hinted, I am a huge fan of bingo, but I have always refrained from advice giving. So, it was something new and very exciting for me.

Do you have a favourite bingo game? Yes, I have been recently glued to my smartphone playing ‘Immortal Romance Bingo’ at Betway. I like the ‘Vampire diaries’ twist and I really enjoy it!

And bingo operator?No, I don’t have one, I have many. I like exploring new bingo lands, so I like switching between different sites, instead of getting stuck with just one.

Have you ever played at a land-based bingo hall? Where?Yes, I have tried a couple of Mecca’s brick-and-mortar clubs here in London. Actually, I do appreciate their initiative to let players bring their tablets in the halls. It’s a smart move towards attracting young players. Well, I often bring my own tablet at Mecca’s local hall.