Online bingo is similar to the land-based game, with two exceptions: First, a computer program generates the numbers instead of a person pulling them from a bingo machine; and second, players do not need to mark off their cards (although some sites may allow this) – the system will ‘auto dab’ tickets and claim any wins.
Where to play the best Bingo online
- Launched in 2017 and licensed in Curacao
- Good selection of deposit methods, incl. Bitcoin
- Est. 2017 | Licensed in Curacao
- SSL Security on all deposits
- Accepts Bitcoin
How to play
- After you have selected a bingo site, and the specific variant of game you want to play, you then have to buy tickets – as many as you like provided it’s within the limits of the room.
- Once you have your tickets, you simply sit back and wait for the game to start – most bingo rooms have a live chat feature which you can use to chat to other players before and during the game.
- Once the game starts, the bingo balls will be selected through the use of a Random Number Generator (RNG).
- If your ticket contains the number that has been selected, the bingo software will automatically mark it off and advise you how many numbers you have left before winning, e.g. 2TG (Two To Go)
- The game will continue in this manner until someone wins the current prize. The winner will be announced to the rest of the players, and the winnings added to their account.
- More numbers will then be drawn until the next prize is won, and so it goes until the main prize is won – this usually happens when the whole bingo ticket is completed.
- Should two or more players win a prize simultaneously, the prize will be shared between them.
- Some variants include a special jackpot over and above the main prize that pays out once the entire bingo card has been completed under a certain number of balls.