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Woohoo Bingo has been nominated for the coveted Social Networking Award at the 2010 E-Gaming Review Awards, held in London on November 24th.

10th November 2010, Alderney – Gambling industry newcomers Intellectual Property and Software (IPS), have been nominated for the Social Networking Award of the Year at the upcoming E-Gaming Review Awards in London for their bingo software which powers

What makes Woohoo Bingo stand out from the crowd?

Woohoo Bingo, launched last November, is a completely innovative bingo site and takes a fresh look on online bingo by offer its players a completely free bingo environment and boasts unparalleled social interaction for its members through use of player profiles and picture uploads.

New players are given points to play with and can then win points and stars in the bingo game. Players who gain enough stars can shop in the Woohoo Bingo shop and receive real gifts such as chocolate hampers and Amazon vouchers.

Players can earn extra points by taking on challenges which promote the social nature of the site, some being an instant reward, others being a higher daily recharge of their free bingo points.

“This fresh approach to bingo has been hugely successful,” said company spokesman Ian Erskine. “During this year Woohoo has become the largest completely free bingo website in the UK and has attracted more than 70,000 users, and thanks to its links to Facebook we can offer our platform to a wider array of users that other sites are unable to reach”

The links with social networking site Facebook, allows players to invite their friends from Facebook to join them playing Woohoo Bingo, further strengthening Woohoo’s marketing ability within a competitive marketplace.

Amongst the features Woohoo offers is a Bingo Forum, where announcements are made to keep players up-to-date with the latest news from the site (supplementing the fortnightly newsletters which contain promotional activities and sponsored sections for paid for bingo sites), releasing new challenges and prizes, and how to gain more points as well as feedback sections where players can leave comments.

Advertisements of other paid for-bingo sites are provided through links from player profiles and video segments being played between games which Woohoo users are rewarded with extra points for signing up to.

Intellectual Property and Software, the company behind Woohoo, are keen to further develop the brand and have high hopes for launching the site in other countries in the near future.