- Industry Hospitality
- Footprint 41 IPs
- Followers Monitored by 6 companies
- Headquarters Sunderland, GB
- Year founded 2006
- Employees 406
tombola has been in the bingo business for 50 years. We are passionate about what we do and we aim to make your time with tombola fun, friendly and safe. We hold our own gaming license in Gibraltar, and our own gaming servers are housed in a secure complex in Gibraltar. Every aspect of tombola is managed in-house. We have created all our own games and have a busy team of designers and software engineers building new games and new features all the time. We have a very large team of chat moderators and customer service reps all based in the UK (most based in Sunderland actually!). Our CMs aim to make your time with tombola fun, friendly and safe. We hope we have the best bingo site on the Internet and we'll keep trying to make it better. In December 2011, tombola launched tombola.it and in May 2012, tombola ventured into Spain launching tombola.es.
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