Bingo is an example of one of those amazingly popular games that has made its way into the digital world. Cheeky Bingo, Monopoly Bingo, Bingo Blitz and Zynga Slingo are all examples of its move into the virtual space. Traditional paper bingo cards are now being replaced by tablet computers. Online bingo does offer a number of key benefits as well. It cuts down on paper waste, provides bingo halls the opportunity to attract younger customers by offering a wider range of gaming services, allows players to play different games during intervals and eliminates the need to ever have to shout “BINGO!!!” There is a possibility of live streaming straight from a bingo hall to your phone to get the experience of a live caller.
All is not completely perfect, however, with online bingo. It’s banned in most of the U.S. and Germany as well as in South Korea and Russia. It’s also restricted in France, Israel and Australia.
Have you had a chance to get your game on and try out online bingo? How was the experience? Which app did you use? Please share in the comments, and be sure to take a look at this infographic to learn more!