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A press release on today's BUSINESSWIRE caught our attention because it said it would be accepting "bingo wagering" from "patrons" around the world. Trouble is, definitions of the famous Bingo game differ. When we were kids, back in hoary antiquity, the game was first called Housey Housey. Later that name changed to Lotto. And Tombola even made a bid to be a sort of chancy gambling game. However, given that investing in stocks and shares is a tricky endeavour at the best of times, maybe Housey Housey is easy-peasy. Bingo reckons that the worldwide gaming market will exceed $4,500,000,000 in revenue within two years. At the bottom of the press release, BINGO.COM said that its statement could actually differ materially from the company's expectations and estimates -- a standard caveat. ®

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