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Newbies Guide To Online Bingo Games in 2020

For online bingo enthusiasts, there are more online bingo games than ever before to enjoy in 2020 though knowing where to find the information about them can be particularly hard.

We understand that knowing which source to trust is a headache, though a great starting point is this useful guide by that provides a comprehensive amount of information regarding bingo games that is easy to understand and which is brought to you by experts with decades of experience in the industry.

If you are new to online bingo, it is worth having at least a basic knowledge of each online bingo game that is available for you to play. Many of the best bingo sites have a range of the different games, with many bingo rooms as well. Let’s take a look at the different types of online bingo games that you can enjoy in 2020!

90 Ball Bingo

Arguably the most popular bingo game, especially in the UK, this was the main game that was played in traditional bingo halls and following the internet boom, bingo sites realised that they could not go wrong by offering this to players.

This features on virtually every bingo site, though some do have their own themed versions. Containing numbers from one through to 90, when the game starts, numbers are produced via a random number generator and if you have a particular number on your ticket, these are marked off automatically.

Players usually have three chances to win on their 90 ball bingo ticket and sites usually offer prizes for getting a single line, two lines and a full house (three lines), which is the grand prize.

80 Ball Bingo

This follows a slightly different format, however the numbers available are one through to 80. Tickets are presented as a 4 x 4 grid which means there are 16 numbers and players win prizes for getting horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines, while some sites even offer prizes to players who get all four corners as well!

75 Ball Bingo

Initially originating in America, this game also has its fair share of fans in the UK, as demonstrated by its availability on a number of different bingo sites. Tickets are formatted as a 5 x 5 grid with each column spelling out ‘BINGO’ across the top of the grid. The aim is to get a predetermined pattern on your ticket.

30 Ball Bingo

Also known as Speed Bingo, tickets are arranged as a 3 x 3 grid and the aim is to get all of the numbers which range from one to 30 in terms of possibilities. This is ideal for players who want to play fast games and get a quick result!
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