New Bingo Brand Names Inspired By Jimmy Kimmel
Posted by Jason Dale
One of the biggest challenges facing new bingo brands is coming up with a brand new name. It has to be said that the quality of site names has taken a turn for the surreal over the last year with Lucky Diner, 001, Blighty and Flowerpot among the latest additions. However, new entrants to market may want to seek inspiration from Jimmy Kimmel.
Jimmy Kimmel is the TV host of a late night American Talk Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! Occasionally he has bingo segments on the show with the most recent being towards the end of January. Ladies and Gentleman standby for - Big Hair Baby Bingo!
In Big Hair Baby Bingo, a number of babies all with big hair appear on the screen. Jimmy uses a bingo ball machine to select one of the featured babies and then interviews the parents. There's no actual bingo game as such but we're thinking this could be a genius idea for a UK brand. Players could send in pictures of their big haired babies and they could appear on the balls instead of numbers - a bit like Tombola's Pirates but with babies with big hair.
Now Jimmy's inspiration doesn't end there! Back in 2016 there was another bingo baby segment but this time it was Fat Baby Bingo.
Jimmy's Fat Baby Bingo is uncannily like Big Hair Baby Bingo - but with fat babies rather than hairy ones. Still, this could always be applied in the UK as a follow up brand to Big Hair Baby. To be fair these names wouldn't look out of place in the UK market. Among some of the new bingo sites you can expect to play at in 2017 are Volcano, Fruity, Jungle Fever, Paw Print and Bingo 52.
If you are thinking of starting a new bingo brand and need some more inspiration then do check out our brand name generator. Using an elaborate algorithm we can help you create a fabulous new brand for the bingo market.
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