Bingo halls have had a tough time in recent years with the growth of playing online and increased taxation. The national smoking ban has also resulted in thousands of players opting instead to stay at home a take part in cheaper internet games.
Several halls have faced closure as the industry struggles to cope with a combination of factors which have damaged profits. In the current economic environment, many bingo halls are looking to promote themselves as a relatively cheap alternative leisure activity.
Mecca Bingo will soon be unveiling the UK's first Super Bingo hall in Beeston, near Nottingham. This will be the biggest and most ambitious bingo hall project for years and is expected to attract thousands of visitors.
The hall will also include numerous additional features and act as a centre for community groups to meet. The latest gaming technologies will be put in place to ensure the modern venue impresses visitors.
This won't deter older players as a spokeswoman said "We are considering the more traditional players." She went onto add, "But this doesn't have to restrict others. They can come and move tables and chairs around and do as they please."
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