How to Play bgo Bingo

Getting Started

Welcome to bgo bingo!

We’ve got some amazing games, exciting promotions and a wonderful community of friendly hosts and great players waiting for you.

Check out our handy beginner’s guide below to get started!

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How To Join

Joining bgo is as easy as 1-2-3! Simply follow the steps below to create your account and get started. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any help.

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
Register an account Deposit Choose a chat name & Play

Click on the JOIN NOW button on the website to find our super-fast registration form.

You will need to fill in some very basic details, it only takes a few minutes to register.

Once you’ve created an account, you can choose to make a deposit straight away by using our fast and secure deposit feature.

We support all major credit/debit cards and also other payment providers such as PayPal and UKash.

Click on the PLAY NOW button on the homepage to open up the lobby.

The first time you visit the lobby, you will be asked to choose a chat name which will be your alias when you play bingo. Once that is done, you are all set to play!

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Lobby Guide

Before you start playing, why not take a quick look around our lobby.Here is a quick guide in case you get stuck:

Top Panel

Bonus Codes – To redeem a Bonus Code simply click on the Bonus Code button and enter the relevant promotion code. This will either give you access to a Private Room or add credit to your Bingo Bonus Funds.

Schedule – Pre buy tickets for all your favourite games with our Bulkbuy tool. Click on the schedule button and use the search facility to define the games you want to search for. Choose the game you wish to buy tickets for and decide on the number of tickets by using the - and + before clicking on the Purchase button.

Account – The Account section offers you a few choices:

Options – This section allows you to set your game preferences such as the type of dabber you prefer as well as your sound, animation and chat settings.

Bank – Click on the Bank section to make a deposit or change your payment method.

History – Your Bet History will show you the vital game statistics for all the games you have previously played.

Promotions – This section will show you all our ongoing promotions.

Loyalty Points – Need to redeem your loyalty points? Click on the Loyalty section to convert your loyalty points into bonus cash.

Help – Detailed help section.

Live Help - Get in touch with our friendly Customer Care Team via Live Help for instant help. We are open every day from 8:30am – midnight.

Balance Bar

Balance – The balance bar at the top displays your total available cash balance, this does not include your bonus funds. This balance must be used up before you can use your bonus funds. If the balance for any reason hasn’t updated after a win, simply click on the green refresh icon to update the balance.

Games Bonuses – The balance displayed in the Games Bonus box is the total available funds that can be used on slot games in the bingo lobby. Some bonuses are tied to specific games so make sure to check the promotions section for more information about your bonus funds.

Bingo Bonuses - The balance displayed in the Bingo Bonus Balance box is the total available funds that can be used to buy bingo tickets.

Mini Games

We have a wide selection of mini games that you can enjoy at the same time as you’re playing bingo. We’ve grouped them all into different tabs to make it easier for you to find the type of game you would like to play. You can play up to three different mini games at the same time.

If you want more information about a game, simply hover over a game icon and click on the ‘i’ or click on the + sign to add a game to your Favourites tab.

Bingo Rooms

You will find a mix of bgo bingo rooms in the bgo World tab where you can play everything from regular 90 ball games to Daily jackpot games.

To offer you a wider selection of games and bigger jackpots we also have networked games, these are played in rooms that are linked to other bingo sites on the same network. You’ll find these rooms in the 90 ball, 75 ball, Pick ‘n’ mix and Multiplayer tabs.

Click on a room of your choice to start playing.

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How To Play

Bingo Games

Once inside a room, you will find information about the coming games just above the ticket window.

On the right hand side of the information box, you will be able to see the progressive jackpots that are available in the room. On the left hand side you’ll find the name of the game that is about to play along with the number of players in the room and the total game jackpot that can be won.

Buying Tickets

Use the Ticket Purchaser to get your tickets for the coming game. Simply select the number of tickets that you would like to buy and click confirm.

Tick the Autobuy box if you would like it to automatically purchase tickets for you at the start of a game. When you enter a room, simply specify the number of tickets you would like to buy, how many games and a maximum ticket price. Autobuy then buys the tickets for you at the start of upcoming games.

Multi Room Bingo

Our Multi-rooms feature allows you to play in up to 3 Bingo rooms at the same time.

When inside a room, click the ‘More Rooms’ button within the ticket area to reveal a list of available rooms that you can play in. If you click on the ‘Add Room’ button, a ‘multi-room’ view will appear, allowing you to purchase tickets into the chosen room.

Chat

Using the chat is easy, enter your comment in the text box at the bottom of the chat screen and click send to post the message. You can even customise the chat to suit you by changing your settings:

Text colour: Click on the colour box next to text box to change the colour of your font.

Emojis: Liven up the chat by adding some emojis to your message, you’ll find the button next to the colour box.

Zoom: Click on the +/- icons to adjust the size of the chat text to your liking.

Scrolling: Click on the padlock icon to switch of the automatic scrolling and manually follow the chat by using the scroller on the right hand side.

Switch of the chat: Click on the X in the top right hand corner to switch of the chat, the game will continue to play.

Chat Buddies: See if your friends are online by adding them to your Roomies list. Simply enter the name of the roomie you wish to add in the search box and click the add button. Once they’ve accepted you friend invitation, you can click on the ‘i’ button to read more about them.

Mini Games

We have a range of mini games for you to choose from. To make it easier for you to find a game, we’ve grouped them into the following tabs: Top Games, Jackpot Slots, Slots, Scratchcards and Numbers. You can also save your favourite games, simply hover over the game icons and click on the green plus sign to add them to the Favourites tab.

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Bingo Game Types

bgo offers a wide range of bingo variants for you to choose from, apart from our standard 90-Ball Bingo and 75-Ball Bingo games, you’ll can enjoy 80-Ball Bingo, Multiplayer games and action filled games such as Lucky Numbers Bingo and Joker Jackpot.

Below is quick guide on how to play each variant.

90-Ball Bingo

90 ball bingo is the UK’s number one bingo game. This traditional favourite is a staple of land-based bingo halls and it now dominates the online bingo scene. One of the best things about 90 Ball Bingo is that there are three winning prizes in every game– which means more cash and prizes up for grabs!

Tickets and Strips

In the 90 Ball Bingo game, a ticket is an individual grid of 27 squares made up of 3 rows and 9 columns.

Each row contains 5 numbers and 4 blank squares. 15 numbers appear on every ticket.

In the 90 Ball Bingo game, a strip is a group of 6 tickets. Every possible number from 1 through to 90 will appear on each full strip.

The amount of strips you may purchase varies from game to game.

Game Prizes

The prizes/jackpots offered in each bingo game have a minimum guaranteed jackpot but the actual prize is determined by the number of players/tickets purchased per game. The more players/tickets purchased, the bigger the jackpot!

In each bingo game there are 3 prizes to be won – 1 line, 2 lines and House or Bingo. The player who is the first to have all the numbers called displayed in a horizontal line on their ticket wins the 1 line prize. To win the 2 line prize, the player must have all the numbers called on 2 lines of the same ticket. To win the house or bingo prize the player must have all the numbered squares called on a ticket. In some games only the ‘House’ or ‘bingo’ prize will be available.

Winning a prize

There are 3 prizes to be won in each bingo game:

1 line win - when all the numbers displayed in a horizontal line on a ticket have been called.

2 lines win - when all the numbers displayed on 2 lines of 1 ticket have been called.

House or Bingo - all the numbers displayed on 1 ticket have been called.

In some games there are only 2 prizes to be won; 1 line and House or only 1 prize to be won; House.

It is possible for two or more players can win/share a prize in bingo. In such circumstances the cash prize will be split in equal proportions between the winners.

80-Ball Bingo

Being slightly different from the standard 90-Ball and 75-Ball bingo games, 80-Ball Bingo is a fast pace game, perfect for players who are looking for something a bit different.

Tickets and Strips

In the 80 Ball Bingo game, a ticket is an individual grid of 16 squares made up of 4 rows and 4 columns.

Each square contains a number so 16 numbers appear on each ticket.

In the 80 Ball Bingo game, a strip is a group of 5 tickets. Every possible number from 1 through to 80 will appear on each full strip.

Game Prizes

The prizes/jackpots offered in each bingo game each have a minimum guaranteed jackpot but the actual prize is determined by the number of players/ticket purchased per game. The more players/tickets purchased, the bigger the game prizes!

In some games the prize amount may be rounded.

There are 4 different game types play in 80 Ball Bingo with different prizes available.

Any Single Line - Has one prize available which is any line. The player who is the first to have all the numbers called in either a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line, or mark all four corners or four middle squares, will win.

Any Line, House - In this game type, two prizes are on offer. Firstly players will play for the any single line prize as explained above, secondly players will play for the full house where the first player to have all 16 numbers marked off one of their tickets will win.

Any Line, Columns, House - In this game type four prizes are on offer. The first prize is any single line as described above. The second prize is won by the first player to mark off all numbers on any 2 lines vertically (i.e. 2 columns); the third prize is won by the first player to mark off all numbers on any 3 lines vertically i.e. 3 columns. The final prize is won by the first player to mark off all 16 numbers on one of their tickets.

Full House or Pattern Game - For this game type there is only 1 prize. The prize can be either coverall/full house, where the player must cover all numbers on the ticket. Or a specific pattern will be defined; in this case the player must complete the pattern defined.

It is possible for two or more players can win/share a prize in bingo. In such circumstances the cash prize will be split in equal proportions between the winners.

75-Ball Bingo

75 Ball Bingo is the traditional American style version of the game. This version of the game is hugely popular amongst player as some games can have as many as five winners! 75-Ball Bingo also offers exciting and varied play in form of special pattern games where jackpots are won by covering fun patterns on the bingo ticket.

Tickets and Strips

In the 75 Ball Bingo game, a ticket is an individual grid of 25 squares made up of 5 rows and 5 columns.

Each square contains a number so 25 numbers appear on each ticket apart from the centre square which is ‘free’ and will have a star icon in it.

The price of a ticket varies for each bingo game. When tickets are available for purchase, the ticket price is clearly published on the face of each ticket, in the Purchase Tickets pop-up window and at the top of the Ticket Area of the bingo window.

In the 75 Ball Bingo game, a strip is a group of 3 tickets. Every possible number from 1 through to 75 will appear on each full strip. The amount of strips you may purchase varies from game to game.

Games Prizes

The prizes/jackpots offered in each bingo game have a minimum guaranteed jackpot but the actual prize is determined by the number of players/ticket purchased per game. The more players/tickets purchased, the bigger the jackpot!

In each bingo game there are 5 prizes to win – 1 line, 2 lines, 3 lines, 4 lines and 5 lines. The player who is the first to have all the numbers called displayed in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line on their ticket wins the 1 line prize.

To win the 2 line prize, the player must have all the numbers called on 2 lines of the same ticket.

To win the 2 lines, 3 line or 4 line prizes the player must have all the numbers called on the number of lines required for the prize on the same ticket. Only the 1 prize can be won by having all numbers called displayed in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line on their ticket. To win subsequent line prizes only numbers called displayed on horizontal lines on their ticket qualify.

To claim the 5 lines or bingo prize the player must have all the numbered squares called on a ticket.

For 75-Ball Pattern Bingo each game will have a different number of prizes on offer these will include, 1 line and full house/pattern and full house/pattern 1, pattern 2 and full house or just the pattern.

The player who gets the numbers marked off the 1 line/pattern 1/pattern 2 or full house first wins the prize amount stated.

In a 1 line and pattern game should a player win the pattern prize before the 1 line play will continue for the 1 line until such time as there is a winner.

Players may win one or more prizes on the same number i.e. the pattern and full house; in this case the player will be awarded both prize monies for the separate prize wins.

It is possible for two or more players can win/share a prize in bingo. In such circumstances the cash prize will be split in equal proportions between the winners.

Deal or No Deal Bingo

Deal or No Deal bingo combines 90-Ball Bingo and 75-Ball Bingo with the fun and excitement of the hugely popular TV show and offers the same suspense and great jackpots.

Tickets and Strips

The Deal or No Deal Bingo game uses the same tickets and strips that are used in the 90 ball bingo draw.

Game Prizes

The prizes offered in each bingo game have a minimum guaranteed prize amount but the actual prize is determined by the number of tickets purchased per game. The more tickets purchased, the bigger the prize pot!

In some games the prize amount may be rounded.

In each bingo game there are 4 prizes to be won – 1 line, 2 lines, House or Bingo and the Deal or No Deal feature. The player who is the first to have all the numbers called displayed in a horizontal line on their ticket wins the 1 line prize. To win the 2 line prize, the player must have all the numbers called on 2 lines of the same ticket. To win the house or bingo prize the player must have all the numbered squares called on a ticket. The player/s who wins the Full House prize will also qualify for the Deal or No Deal feature where they are offered a Deal by the Banker and they can choose to accept the prize on offer or take the prize in the chosen box at the start of the game. They can also swap the box if one other box is remaining when the 90 ball bingo draw has finished.

Jackpot

The Deal or No Deal jackpot is initially funded at £10,000 and each day at around midnight it increases based on stakes for the previous day.

Only players who have staked in the Jackpot winning game are eligible for a share of the Jackpot. There is more than one Deal or No Deal rooms playing at any one time but only players staking in the Jackpot winning game are eligible for a share of the jackpot. You will win a share of the Jackpot based on the number of tickets you buy in proportion to the total number of tickets sold in that particular game.

The winner/s of the Full House in the Jackpot winning game will receive a share of 50% of the Jackpot prize plus their share of the remaining 50% based on the number of tickets they have purchased. The remaining 50% is split proportionately amongst the other players who have bought tickets for that specific game. The Jackpot winnings are credited automatically to all eligible players.

You will be notified of any Jackpot win at the end of the Bingo game. If you do not receive a Jackpot Win notification message or have not staked in the Jackpot Winning game then you are not entitled to any share of the jackpot.

Winning a Prize

There are 4 prizes to be won in each bingo game - 1 line, 2 lines, House or Bingo and the Deal or No Deal Feature Prize. You win if your ticket is the first to meet the following criteria:

1 line win - when all the numbers displayed in a horizontal line on a ticket have been called.

2 lines win - when all the numbers displayed on 2 lines of 1 ticket have been called.

House or Bingo - all the numbers displayed on 1 ticket have been called.

Deal or No Deal Feature Prize – you are the full house winner/s.

Feature Game Rules

At the start of the game before the draw commences the Deal or No Deal feature area will appear in the top right hand side of the bingo game screen. On each side of the feature area there will be 22 amounts that are held within the 22 boxes; the blue lower amounts on the left and red higher amounts on the right. The amounts will vary each game and are based on the total stake placed in that bingo game. Players will then see a box automatically chosen at random from 22 red boxes that will then become the ‘Players box’ which will remain next to the phone on the table at the front throughout the duration of the game until the feature commences. The remaining 21 boxes will then open to reveal a number from 1-90 allocated at random. The draw will commence and play through as per a standard 90 ball draw but each time a ball is drawn that also has been allocated to a box it will open to reveal an amount from the prize board. That amount will then disappear from the prize board.

When the full house is won the player who won the full house will then be offered an amount by the banker. All players who have purchased a ticket for the draw will then have 10 seconds to vote on whether the player should accept the Bankers offer or not. The votes are counted and revealed as a percentage to the player who won the full house. The player will then have 20 seconds to decide to either to accept the deal or not. If they accept the deal then this is the win amount they will receive on top of the full house prize money they have already won. If they do not accept the deal then the box allocated at the start of the draw will open to reveal their win amount. There are a number of exceptions to this outlined below:

In the event of more than 1 player winning the full house they will automatically take the contents of the ‘Players box’ automatically randomly chosen at the start of the draw and share the contents of the box equally amongst the winners.

If the 21 boxes allocated a bingo ball at the start of the draw are opened the winner/s of the full house will automatically win the remaining amount inside the box.

If there is a single box remaining on the table when the full house is won then should a player decline the Bankers offer they will also get the chance to swap their box with the 1 box remaining.

If a player does not ‘Deal’ or ‘No Deal’ when the Banker makes an offer within a 20 second period then the system will automatically make the decision to decline the bankers offer and take the contents of the box

Deal or No Deal Bingo 75

Tickets and Strips

The Deal or No Deal Bingo 75 game uses the same tickets and strips that are used in the standard 75 ball bingo draw.

Game Prizes

The prizes offered in each bingo game have a minimum guaranteed prize amount but the actual prize is determined by the number of tickets purchased per game. The more tickets purchased, the bigger the prize pot!

the standard UK75 ball bingo game prizes and rules apply for Deal or No Deal Bingo 75 game

In addition to the standard game prizes there will be a Deal or No Deal feature prize available to the winner of the full house in the game. The player/s will win the feature prize in addition to the standard full house prize. Please see feature game rules below for more information on the Deal or No Deal feature prize.

Jackpot

This jackpot is initially funded at £7,500 and each day at around midnight it increases based on stakes for the previous day.

Only players who have staked in the Jackpot winning game are eligible for a share of the Jackpot. There is more than one Deal or No Deal rooms playing at any one time but only players staking in the Jackpot winning game are eligible for a share of the jackpot. You will win a share of the Jackpot based on the number of tickets you buy in proportion to the total number of tickets sold in that particular game.

The winner/s of the Full House in the Jackpot winning game will receive a share of 50% of the Jackpot prize plus their share of the remaining 50% based on the number of tickets they have purchased. The remaining 50% is split proportionately amongst the other players who have bought tickets for that specific game. The Jackpot winnings are credited automatically to all eligible players.

You will be notified of any Jackpot win at the end of the Bingo game. If you do not receive a Jackpot Win notification message or have not staked in the Jackpot Winning game then you are not entitled to any share of the jackpot.

Feature Game Rules

At the start of the game before the draw commences the Deal or No Deal feature area will appear in the top right hand side of the bingo game screen. On each side of the feature area there will be 22 amounts that are held within the 22 boxes; the blue lower amounts on the left and red higher amounts on the right. The amounts will vary each game and are based on the total stake placed in that bingo game. Players will then see a box automatically chosen at random from 22 red boxes that will then become the ‘Players box’ which will remain next to the phone on the table at the front throughout the duration of the game until the feature commences. The remaining 21 boxes will then open to reveal a number from 1-75 allocated at random. The draw will commence and play through as per a standard 75 ball draw but each time a ball is drawn that also has been allocated to a box it will open to reveal an amount from the prize board. That amount will then disappear from the prize board.

When the full house is won the player who won the full house will then be offered an amount by the banker. All players who have purchased a ticket for the draw will then have 10 seconds to vote on whether the player should accept the Bankers offer or not. The votes are counted and revealed as a percentage to the player who won the full house. The player will then have 20 seconds to decide to either to accept the deal or not. If they accept the deal then this is the win amount they will receive on top of the full house prize money they have already won. If they do not accept the deal then the box allocated at the start of the draw will open to reveal their win amount. There are a number of exceptions to this outlined below:

In the event of more than 1 player winning the full house they will automatically take the contents of the ‘Players box’ automatically randomly chosen at the start of the draw and share the contents of the box equally amongst the winners.

If the 21 boxes allocated a bingo ball at the start of the draw are opened the winner/s of the full house will automatically win the remaining amount inside the box.

If there is a single box remaining on the table when the full house is won then should a player decline the Bankers offer they will also get the chance to swap their box with the 1 box remaining.

If a player does not ‘Deal’ or ‘No Deal’ when the Banker makes an offer within a 20 second period then the system will automatically make the decision to decline the bankers offer and take the contents of the box

Lucky Numbers Bingo

Lucky Numbers Bingo is a standard 90 ball bingo game with an added lucky numbers Jackpot feature!

Matching one, two or three of your chosen lucky numbers with any of the balls when the 1 line, 2 line and/or full house is won will win a Lucky numbers jackpot

Game Rules

Each game will work just like the standard 90 ball bingo game with the addition of these specific rules relating to the Lucky Numbers Jackpot feature:

A player must buy at least the minimum ticket purchase for the game

Players who have purchased tickets via the schedule will be allocated the 3 lucky numbers that were saved at that particular point of purchase or 3 random lucky numbers if none were saved

Players may save their selected lucky numbers, which will be used if they purchase tickets via the schedule view or in the next game

Players will have the option to change their saved lucky numbers if they have not purchased tickets for that particular game yet

As soon as a player purchases tickets via the standard ticket purchaser the lucky numbers stated within that purchase are the one’s given to them in that draw. There is no way of changing the chosen balls once a player purchases tickets from the standard ‘Ticket Purchaser’ mechanism

Players are only eligible to win one Jackpot in any single game i.e. a player matching 2 balls will not win the Bronze Jackpot for matching 1 ball as well, they will only win the Silver jackpot.

Jackpot

Every time there’s a win in the standard 90 ball game, the ball that is drawn when the 1 line, 2 lines or full house is won will be the Lucky Numbers Jackpot ball. If one, two or three of the numbers you select at the start of the draw match any of these balls, then you’ll win an additional prize. Please refer to the game for Jackpot prize details.

If your lucky number is drawn before the 1 line, 2 line or full house is won, it will be impossible to match with that number.

All Jackpot winnings will be credited at the end of the game.

It is possible for two or more players can win/share a prize in bingo. In such circumstances the cash prize will be split in equal proportions between the winners.

Joker Jackpot

Joker Jackpot is a fun deck-of-cards style bingo game played with a 52 card deck, plus two Joker cards.

In the Joker Jackpot game a hand is an individual grid of 9 squares made up of 3 rows and 3 columns.

Each square contains a card so 9 cards appear on each hand.

The price of a hand may vary depending on the game. When hands are available for purchase, the hand price is clearly published on the face of each hand, in the “Purchase Hands” pop-up window and at the top of the “Hand Area” of the bingo window.

In the Joker Jackpot game, a deck is a group of 6 hands. Every possible number from card in a standard deck including 2 joker cards (black and red) will appear on each full deck.

In Joker Jackpot, a hand is a ticket and a strip is a deck.

Game Prizes

The prizes offered in each Joker Jackpot game have a minimum guaranteed payout but the actual prize is determined by the number of decks/hands purchased per game. The more decks/hands purchased, the bigger the prize!

There is one game type in play for Joker Jackpot with two separate prizes available.

Prize type 1 is the J pattern; the player who is the first to have all the cards called on the J pattern on a purchased hand will win the first prize.

Prize type 2 is the Full Hand; the player who is the first to have all the cards called on a purchased hand will win the second prize.

You will be a winner and will receive the current prize regardless of whether you have marked the cards on the winning hand. The Joker Jackpot game will automatically identify a win. Winners will be visibly published in Joker Jackpot and the Joker Jackpot Caller will make an announcement.

Two or more players can win/share a prize in Joker Jackpot (J Pattern or full hand), i.e. players’ may have hands which meet the prize criteria on the same card. A single player may also win a prize more than once too (this can only happen if the player purchased hands from other decks in such circumstances the cash prize will be split in equal proportions between the winners). Winnings will be deposited directly into the player's account.

Winning a Prize

There are two prize types that can be won in a Joker Jackpot game – J Pattern and Full Hand. You win if your hand is the first to meet the following criteria:

J Pattern – when all cards on the J Pattern displayed have been called

Full Hand – when all cards on a single hand have been called (nine in total)

You will be a winner and will receive the current prize regardless of whether you have marked the numbers on the winning ticket. The bingo game will automatically identify a win. Winners will be visibly published in bingo and the Bingo Caller will make an announcement.

It is possible for two or more players can win/share a prize in bingo. In such circumstances the cash prize will be split in equal proportions between the winners.

Multiplayer Slots

Multiplayer slots are standalone games allow you to play against other players for a share of a Community Jackpot. You play on separate slot games that contributes to a networked jackpot called the ‘Community Jackpot’. The Jackpot amount differs depending on the slot you are playing.

You will find the following Multiplayer slots on bgo:

Marine Mayhem

Clover Countdown

Multi Balls

To see full payout table and game rules for each game click here and go to the Multiplayer Games section.

General Game Terms

You will be a winner and will receive the current prize regardless of whether you have marked the numbers on the winning ticket. The bingo game will automatically identify a win. Winners will be visibly published in bingo and the Bingo Caller will make an announcement.

It is possible for two or more players to win/share a prize in bingo. In such circumstances the cash prize will be split in equal proportions between the winners.

In the event of a Bingo Game not playing out, for whatever reason, the malfunction will void all pays and play.

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Jackpots

Just in case the usual house prizes don't add enough buzz to bingo we offer further big jackpots for you to win.

These vary according to the type of game being played.

Fixed Jackpots

·A fixed jackpot is always available to win, no matter how often it is won! To win, all you have to do is get full house in a specified number of balls or less.

·In a pattern game the jackpot can only be claimed by a coverall win within the stipulated ball count. Patterns which are not coverall will not result in a jackpot win.

·The fixed jackpot is split equally between all the winning tickets that meet the win criteria.

·Your account will be automatically credited with your jackpot winnings shortly after the bingo game.

·Please contact Customer Services if you do not receive your winnings.

Progressive Jackpots

A progressive jackpot is initially funded at a set amount and each day at around midnight it increases based on ticket sales for the previous day. The more tickets bought in bingo the more the jackpot will grow! To win, get “full house” in a game of bingo in a specified number of balls or less and you will be notified of your win. The amount of the jackpots will be displayed on the bingo game screen. When a progressive jackpot has been won (and we have validated the win) it will be reset.

In a pattern game the jackpot can only be claimed by a coverall win within the stipulated ball count. Patterns which are not coverall will not result in a jackpot win.

For these jackpots only, winnings will not automatically be credited to your account.

From time to time, BGO-Entertainment may offer special progressive jackpot promotions.

Some progressive jackpots are setup as ‘Community Jackpots’ meaning a % of the jackpot is paid to the player/s who trigger the jackpot and the remaining % is paid to other players who have bought tickets in the winning game of bingo. The split may be paid proportionally or equally depending on the jackpot and the player/s whose ticket triggers the jackpot will also receive a proportion of the community pot either an equal share or proportionate based on the number of tickets they have purchased in proportion to the total number of tickets in the game.

Please note that some progressive jackpots are networked meaning they are available in lots of different bingo rooms. Only the game in which the jackpot was triggered will pay the community jackpot.

Progressive Side Games

Side Games with progressive jackpots will increment once a day around midnight and will go up based on an amount contributed by the operator and not based on stakes within the game. For further details please refer to the mini games help section for specific game rules.

Terms and Conditions

Two or more players can share the full house prize in a game of bingo, i.e. players’ may have tickets which meet the prize criteria on the same ball. In the event this happens and players are eligible to win a jackpot, the jackpot money will be divided equally between winners.

You are only eligible to win all jackpots if you have purchased a ticket or have been allocated free tickets in a game that the ticket price is not 0.00. Therefore, in free games, you are not eligible to win the standard or progressive jackpots. Some rooms may be set to allow jackpots to be won in free bingo games. Please contact customer support or a CM for clarification.

You can’t win both jackpots… Only one jackpot may be won per ticket purchased. If you win the progressive jackpot, you are not eligible for the fixed jackpot.

These Jackpots may be opened up to players outside the BGO-Entertainment network.

BGO-Entertainment reserves the right to remove a jackpot once it has been won.

BGO-Entertainment reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions at any time.

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Banking

We hope we’ve made it really easy to complete all your financial transactions at bgo, whether you are withdrawing your winnings or making a deposit. But just in case you need extra clarification on any steps when topping up your bgo account just check out our help guide.

Our help guides take you through how to deposit using each payment method step by step, so that topping up at bgo is as quick and hassle-free as possible. This way, you don’t need to worry about making deposits because we’ve made it really easy – so all you need to think about is playing, enjoying and winning!

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GENERAL

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