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bgo Celebrates Chinese New Year with February Feast Games

LONDON, February 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

bgo is giving away a feast of Chinese food to lucky winners in its latest February promotion. As the Chinese year of the Snake starts this month, bgo is rewarding its players with a Chinese inspired meal every day throughout February.

The February Feast promotion at bgo lasts all month with a different bingo game playing every night at 8.30pm in the Special Bingo room. The winner of each February Feast game will take home £30 in real cash, with the idea that they use the money to buy a feast of their favourite Chinese food.

For the actual start date of the Chinese New Year, Sunday 10th February, bgo is giving players the chance to win an extra £100 on top of their jackpot payout. Cards to the February Feast games at bgo cost just 1p each.

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bgo has rolled out another superb range of promotions this week giving bingo fans plenty to celebrate this Chinese New Year.

About bgo

bgo was launched in October 2012 by the owners of Costa Bingo with the aim of offering players more choice in their gaming. The exciting multi-gaming website offers players the chance to play bingo games, casino games, slots and live dealer casino games all from the same great site. New players can claim a 200% welcome bonus with regular players able to enjoy 20% cashback every week. The top bonus offers and wide range of promotions make bgo the number one choice for UK gamers.

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