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Welcome to the help page!


From here you can find in the left hand column a list of pages which offers more details about individual games. Click on the game which you would like to learn more about!


Also, here are some terms which could be helpful to you:


Credits: credits are equal to the coin value which you select. For example, if you decide that you select a coin value of $1 then 1 credit will be equal to $1. You can raise or lower the coin value before each spin.

How To Play BINGO

There are 3 easy steps to get you started playing bingo. These are:

  1. Select Bingo from the Games menu.
  2. Choose a room in which to play.
  3. Select and purchase bingo cards.

The following information takes you through these steps. It explains your options and shows you what you will see in your bingo window.

  1. Getting started by selecting bingo

    Choose Bingo from the Games menu. On the Bingo Games window, you will see a list of games available by room. You’ll also see information that helps you decide which game to play by telling you:

    • How to preorder cards for a specific game
    • How many players have bought cards for the next game
    • The price per card
    • The prize amount
    • How much time is left before the next game starts
    • The amount of the Progressive Jackpot, if one exists for that game
  2. Selecting a room

    You need to choose a room in which to play. Rooms are a way of organizing or grouping games. You may see a room organized by betting amounts, for example.

    To choose a bingo room to play in, select the corresponding room icon. While you are waiting for your game to open, you will see a Bingo loading screen.

    Once your bingo room opens, you will see the Bingo window. This window is divided into 2 main areas: a Bingo game area on the right and, on the left, an area for accessing chat, games, and mini-games. This is a sample of what a Bingo window looks like. In this example, the chat has opened automatically:

    Bingo window

    For the purposes of this document, we will be focusing on the Bingo area only.

  3. The Bingo Playing Area

    From the Bingo area, you can see:

    • The callboard showing numbers called for the current game
    • Information about the current game, including name of the game, number of players, and winning pattern type (for 75 and 80 Number games)
    • A parts indicator showing how many parts make up the current game and identifying which part is currently playing. This information is available for upcoming games as well.
    • An Information icon which shows you all game parts, prizes and progressive jackpot information
    • Cards that you may purchase for the next game either individually or by using the Auto Buy icon
    • Options for purchasing cards (by selecting the Next Game icon)
    • A Close to Bingo button which, when clicked, lists players who are close to Bingo and how many numbers they need
    • Your profile information including:
      • Your alias
      • Your available cash
      • Any bonuses you have
      • A switch that lets you toggle between the game currency and your account currency
      • An option to fund your account
      • Ways to personalize your bingo game (for example, Sound On/Off, Game Options [Auto Daub, Sounds, Graphic Quality])
  4. Selecting cards

    Select and purchase your bingo cards by:

    • Choosing specific cards from the playing area. Use your pointer to select each card you wish to purchase, or
    • Using the Card Selector Slider:
      • Slide the bar to the right to select more cards, or to the left to select fewer cards
      • Select the " + " icon to select more cards or the " – " icon to select fewer cards
      • Select the Next Game icon and type a number into the Cards/Tickets field

      Note: If you are currently playing a game, you will need to select the Next Game icon before you begin choosing cards. You do so because the game you are viewing is the game you are currently playing. If you are not playing a game, the cards you see are the cards available purchase for the next game.

    • Using the Pick icon. This lets you quickly choose cards from a pre-selected quantities, for example, choose 3 cards, 6 cards, 18 cards or the maximum number allowed.

    Note: 80 Number games allow a maximum of 6 cards offered to players.

  5. Buying cards

    Once you have finished selecting cards, you need to purchase them. Do this by selecting the Buy icon. Cards that you have selected cannot be played until you select the Buy icon.

    Please note that if you are purchasing cards with Bonus money, those bonus funds do not always contribute towards the prize pot. You can still win cash from tickets you've bought with the bonus money of course!

    You can also pre-purchase cards before the game even begins! To do this, click the “Pre-Purchase” button under the “Play Now” button. This will take you to a separate page where you can select the date, hour, and room you would like to pre-purchase tickets from. Once you have selected the game and amount of cards you would like to purchase, click “Pre-Purchase Bingo Cards” to buy them! You can review your pre-purchased cards on the “Pre-Purchased Games” tab in your profile.

    If you have pre-purchased for a game in error, please contact player support. With sufficient notice, support can cancel your pre-buys and return the funds to your account. This must transpire in advance of the game or games in question.

  6. Reviewing your purchased cards

    You can see which cards you have purchased by:

    • Looking at the colour of the card frame. Purchased cards are outlined in green and selected cards in yellow to distinguish them from the rest of the available cards.
    • Looking for the word Bought, found at the bottom of each card (for 75 and 80 ball games) or on the left side of the ticket (for 90 ball games).

    You can also purchase cards for upcoming games, using the Auto Buy option. For more information, see Buying cards for upcoming bingo games.

    Now that you have purchased your cards, you are ready to play bingo. While you are playing, you can set other options to personalize the game, buy cards in advance, and make it more fun for you to play!

  7. Playing the Bingo Game

    Once you have purchased your Bingo cards you are ready to play!

    Playing Bingo is exciting and easy. After the allotted time to buy tickets has passed, the game will begin. Numbers between 1 and either 90, 80 or 75 are called out randomly.

    When a called number matches one on your ticket, you can either daub it yourself or allow the software to daub it automatically. No need to stress out about missed numbers, the game will do all of the work for you!

    When you have daubed all of the numbers in the line or pattern shown in the game screen you have won and Bingo will be called!

    After Bingo has been called, you will see a popup which details the aliases of the winning cards of the Bingo game. The popup will show how much was won per card! If the same player is shown more than once in the list, that means they won on two cards and each card is awarded the prize value listed per card. You can see the winners list for the previous game at any time by clicking on the “recent winners” tab!

  8. Types of Bingo Games

    When you play bingo, you have the choice of playing 75-number, 80-number or 90-number games. Here are some fun facts about the differences between these games: (In 75-ball games your bingo playing area is called a card. In 80-number games this area is called a board. In 90-number games this area is called a ticket.)

    75-number games:

    • Each card contains 5 rows and 5 columns. Each column is represented by one of the letters in B I N G O.
    • There is a free space in the middle of each card.
    • Games are based on a number of possible winning patterns. These can be simple patterns such as any one line, or more complex patterns that form letters or numbers, or patterns based on holidays, events or other designs.

    80-number games:

    • Each board contains 4 rows and 4 columns. Each column is represented by a different colour - Red, Yellow, Blue or White
    • Games are based on a number of possible winning patterns. Patterns include: any diagonal, horizontal or vertical line, four center squares, four corners, big X or full card
      • 90-number games:

      • Each ticket contains 3 rows and 9 columns. 5 squares in each row contain numbers (ranging from 1 to 90) while the rest are blank.
      • The game is played using 3 patterns. Each of the patterns has a prize associated with it. For example, the patterns can include Single Line (1 line), Two Lines (2 of the 3 lines) and Full house (all 3 lines). The first player to get a line, the first player to get 2 lines, and then the first player to get all 3 wins the prize for each of those patterns.
      • Prizes

        Games prizes vary from game to game based on a number of variables including:

        • the number of players in the game
        • the number of tickets purchased
        • the ticket price
        • the amount of money staked
        • the amount of bonus money staked (if applicable)
        • the designated prize type (guaranteed; fixed; pari-mutuel)

        Higher ticket prices and more players in a game will generally cause the prize to be larger. Occasionally, we offer a fixed minimum prize regardless of the number of players that participate and the price of the tickets. Across all of our Bingo games the average Return to Player over the last six months is 98.85%. Therefore, the average House Edge is 1.15%. This number can vary based on the variables listed above.


        Prizes are awarded when Bingo is attained. If you have tied with another player the prize will be evenly split.


        Additionally, progressive jackpots are offered on some of our Bingo games. If a jackpot is won by two players, the prize will be evenly split.


        In order to provide our Bingo players bigger and better prizes, this site may link its bingo jackpots with other Parlay bingo sites. For linked games, all bingo players, regardless of which site they are playing on, will pay the same price for each ticket and each ticket is guaranteed to have an equal chance at winning.


        Note: Malfunction voids all pays and play.

        Note: Should your internet connection to the bingo game get disconnected for any reason, all purchased tickets will continue to be in play. If you have bingo, the prize will be credited to your account automatically. If you do not reconnect before the game ends, you can view your results in the game activity reports on the website. If you can reconnect before the game ends, you will see all purchased tickets in play.

        Note: Any unresolved wagers placed, but remaining undecided in incomplete games will become void after 90 days and will be forfeited to charity.

What is Bingo Sprint?

Bingo Sprint keno bingo is a single player casino game that plays like a hybrid of Bingo and Keno! The object is to match the pattern on your tickets to one of the 12 winning patterns displayed, within 30 calls!

How to play Bingo Sprint:
Select 1-4 tickets in your game by clicking on them, then place your bet! Once you’ve got your bet and cards picked, hit “Play Now” to begin! Easy right? You’ll have 30 calls to match your tickets to one of the 12 winning patterns displayed. The game will keep track of each card and let you know which one is close, and which one’s a winner!

Extra Ball:

Sometimes, 30 calls just aren’t enough to hit one of the winning patterns. Luckily, Bingo Sprint is a game with second chances! If you only need one more number to win a pattern with a prize value of 10x or more than your single card bet, Bingo Sprint will let you purchase up to 10 EXTRA balls to try and hit that pattern. If you’re eligible, the “Buy Extra Ball” button will turn green and the “Extra Ball” display will activate! Just click the button to get your second chance! Any patterns you hit while buying extra balls will be added to your prize amount!

Return To Player

Bingo RTP

Games prizes vary from game to game based on a number of variables including:
  • the number of players in the game
  • the number of tickets purchased
  • the ticket price
  • the amount of money staked
  • the amount of bonus money staked (if applicable)
  • the designated prize type (guaranteed; fixed; pari-mutuel)

Higher ticket prices and more players in a game will generally cause the prize to be larger. Occasionally, we offer a fixed minimum prize regardless of the number of players that participate and the price of the tickets. Across all of our Bingo games the average Return to Player over the last six months is 98.85%. Therefore, the average House Edge is 1.15%. This number can vary based on the variables listed above.

Prizes are awarded upon a Bingo. If you have tied with another player the prize will be evenly split.

Additionally, progressive jackpots are offered on some of our Bingo games. If a jackpot is won by two players, the prize will be evenly split.

Slots RTP

Game name

Hollywood Reels

Living Large

Pirate's Treasure

Serpent's Riches

Trolling for Treasure

Get Cracking

Fairground Frenzy

Fruity Frenzy

Gorgeouse George

RTP

90.73% - 90.79%

93.99%

91.75%

91.75%

91.75%

91.40%

91.40%

93.99%

92.25%