Luis Manzano, 41, has been introduced as the first celebrity endorser of BingoPlus, the first online bingo game licensed by Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR). He recently hosted a musical and game show called BingoPlus Day with Ogie Diaz, 52.
Aside from Manzano and Diaz, the show also featured Eric Santos, 39, Yeng Constantino, 33, Lance Edward, 33, and Marco Gumabao, 27. Constantino and Santos performed on the show as Gumabao and Edward also entertained guests, online audiences and the gaming community.
Three winners with combined winnings of more than 25 million pesos were also awarded their prizes on the show, which was attended by Leisure and Resorts World Corporation (LRWC) president Andy Tsui and AB Leisure Exponent Inc. (ABLE) president Jasper Vicencio. ABLE is the subsidiary company of LRWC, which launched the BingoPlus brand.
“BingoPlus Day is a day full of world-class performances and exciting games and prizes,” Vicencio said. “It’s a perfect platform to showcase the world-class talents of Filipino artists and to show gratitude to our patrons and partners for their unending support.”
“BingoPlus is more than just a game,” Vicencio continued. “We entertain, engage and connect our players as we build a community.”
The ABLE president added that they always explore every entertainment possibility to bring a green and interesting experience to all users. He said, “We have more wonderful shows and activities in store. It will be a very busy year.”
According to Tsui, BingoPlus has already given away 5.1 billion pesos total in prizes to date. He said the brand is “very young but not on the prizes that we have given away.”
“There’s no better way to celebrate this achievement than by celebrating BingoPlus Day with friends, partners and our dear players,” the LRWC president shared. “It is the culmination of what we have been doing since we launched the brand in January 2022.”
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