Bingo-Numbers are single player, multiplayer and tournament games. Multiplayer versions are similar to the single player version, but scheduled to allow multiple players to wager in the same pot at the same time. Tournaments are multiplayer games that consist of players playing multiple games until there is only one winner. Players can join in multiplayer games from the schedule page, given that there are spaces available. Tournament games are automatically set by the system at the beginning of every month and those players are chosen from the previous month’s LeaderBoard Top 10 players.
For a single player game, the player buys a bingo ticket using virtual coins (VC) available in the player’s account, the virtual coin values are 5, 10, and 15 bits. A bingo ticket is then issued to the player to start playing the game; a bingo ticket is made up of a 5x5 grid with a number in each square apart from the center one. This center square is called a free square and can be used to complete rows, columns, or diagonal lines. A random number between 1 and 30 is generated and called out. If the player has this number on his ticket, he clicks on the number changing the color of the number square. If the player completes a row, a column, or a diagonal line he wins the game and his winnings are paid to his virtual RASgaming account.
For multiplayer games the player selects a slot to get into a game, the buy-in for each multiplayer game is a 50 bit virtual coin. A bingo ticket is then issued to the player at the start of the scheduled game. The first player to complete a row, column, or diagonal line wins the game. The game stops when a player wins or all 20 numbers are drawn. A player who wins multiplayer games collects eighty percent of the game pot that holds all virtual wagers, thus elevating that player back into the Top 10 positions of the LeaderBoard.
The player gets a scratch ticket containing five randomly selected card. The first twenty cards from the deck are then flipped. If the five cards on the ticket are among the twenty cards flipped, the player wins.
A shuffled deck of cards is split into two rows with cards face down, having 26 cards per row. The player has the option to choose any six cards from each row of cards to make a pair, suit does not matter.
The player gets a scratch ticket containing three randomly selected cards. The first fifteen cards from the deck are then flipped. If the three cards on the ticket are among the fifteen cards flipped, the player wins.