On cold January night, in the basement of a church hall in London, we accidentally invented a new mutant form of bingo. It wasn't like normal bingo. It was loug. It was intense. It was emotional. We called it Rebel Bingo.
From that fateful night, Rebel Bingo got out of control. It grew out of the church basement. We followed it whereever it took us: Across the UK, to far off cities, and then music festivals. Before we knew it we were in New York, then LA, then Las Vegas (that bit was pretty weird).
We were traveling across the world, spreading the game we love and making it as fun as possible. But some members of the traditional bingo community didn't like us. They thought we were ruining bingo. They sent us mean emails and cyber-bullied us. We were cast out by the community we were trying to help.
But now a truce has been called. Mecca Bingo, the corporate bingo giant, have held out an olive branch and invited us into their home. It's the dawn of a new era in global bingo relations. So, this winter, if you want to play with us, come find us in a music venue, or a real life Mecca bingo hall.
Rebel Bingo: the game just changes.