BingoPlus online game supports Miss Philippines Earth; push for environmental health, a greener planet


BingoPlus, the first licensed online bingo game in the Philippines, has found a new way to promote its advocacy for a greener and safer planet by supporting Miss Philippines Earth.

The beauty pageant whose sole purpose is to have its contestants and winners actively promote and help preserve the environment has resonated with the gaming company whose driving philosophy is “Live responsibly and work with our community.

BingoPlus will join MPE in its environmental awareness programs and nationwide environmental protection campaigns, involving its staff in MPE’s upcoming events, including tree planting, beach cleanups and the promotion of tourist sites.

Jasper Vicencio, President of BingoPlus, with Peachy Veneracion and the MPE candidates

On its own initiative, BingoPlus had embarked on relief programs for cities and communities ravaged by the calamities caused by climate change. Bingo Plus ( helped provide basic necessities and rebuild homes destroyed by Typhoon Odette in Cebu and Bohol in December 2021.

“The initiatives carried out by BingoPlus under its parent company, Leisure & Resorts World Corporation, are aligned with the purpose of Miss Philippines Earth. We also believe in the principle of the 5Rs: rethink, reduce, reuse, recycle and respect,” said the president of AB Leisure Exponent Inc., Jasper Vicencio.

“BingoPlus is committed to the community in which it operates. Bingo has been a major component of Filipino culture and is one of the traditional games for bringing the family together. tough times and make us feel optimistic about sharing positivity.

“As a company, we aim to teach and create more livelihood programs so families can put more food on the table. We also aim to close and close the gap so students have access to better education, to promote health and wellness programs for those in poor health, and to protect our environment and enhance its sustainability,” Vicencio explained.

This year’s Miss Philippines Earth pageant is themed “ME Loves Fauna” and draws attention to the importance of animal life to the biosphere and ecosystem. It will be held live after two years of virtual staging in the wake of the pandemic.


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