Hope Charity Bingo launches

Online fundraising game created by team behind failed charities lottery Monday

The man behind monday, the failed charity lottery, has launched a bingo game designed to raise money for good causes.

Craig Freeman has created Hope Charity Bingo, an online bingo game that gives 25 per cent of each player's losses to a charity partner of their choice.

Seven charities have so far signed up to the initiative, and each charity has a dedicated web page for players.

Freeman said he hoped the game would raise £20,000 to £40,000 annually for each charity.

Monday was launched in April 2006 and closed in December 2007.

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