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Electronic Bingo

All the fun without the dabbing. Electronic bingo follows along with each session (matinee, evening, and twilight) but gives you the option of playing Bingo on a computer screen instead of traditional paper cards. Follow along on the screen as it "dabs" your squares for you. Yell BINGO! When you complete the pattern. It's super-fun, easy and another way to play!

Types of Bingo Games

G-Ball

At the commencement of the G-Ball game, the first ball drawn from the bingo blower becomes the 'Indicator Number'. The Indicator Number is announced/shown to all players as the declared 'G-Ball' number.

Bingo balls will continue to be drawn from the bingo blower and be announced to players.

Twoonie Progressive

Twoonie ticket must be signed at time of purchase.At the commencement of each bingo session, a bingo ball shall be drawn from the bingo blower. This number is known as the 'Indicator Number'. The Indicator Number is announced/shown to all players. The purpose of the Indicator Number is to alert participating players that the number drawn immediately after the 'Indicator Number' will be declared as the 'Twoonie Progressive Number'. Prizes shall be awarded to the player or players achieving the winning combination of numbers when the Twoonie Progressive Number is called. Twoonie ticket must be signed at time of purchase.

Prizing:

Accumulated Pot - In the event that the Twoonie Progressive Prize is not awarded during a session, the prize is carried over to the next session.

$5,000 (maximum) – When this pot is reached before the Twoonie Progressive Number is declared a 'Must Go' game will be played during that session. When this pot is reached after the Twoonie Progressive Number is declared a 'Must Go' game will be played next session. The designated game on which the 'Must Go' game will be played shall be communicated to all players at the start of the appropriate session.

No Consolation

Super Max

Played by calling numbers from the bingo blower until there is a winner declared on the pre-announced pattern(s) for Part 1 and Part 2 of the Super Max game. The designated number of calls starts out at 50, and increases by 1 call each day until a winner is declared.

Prizing:

$3,000 (maximum) – Awarded to the first person or persons achieving the full card within the designated number of calls

$500 (consolation) - If a winner is not declared within the designated number of calls, the full card game continues, until a winner is declared, with a consolation prize of $500.00

Super Jackpot

Played by calling numbers from the bingo blower until there is a winner declared on the pre-announced pattern(s) for Part 1 and Part 2 of the Super Jackpot game. The designated number of calls starts out at 50, and increase by 1 call each session until a winner is declared.

Prizing:

$2,000 (maximum) - Awarded to the first person or persons achieving the full card within the designated number of calls.

$300 (consolation) - If a winner is not declared within the designated number of calls, the full card game continues, until a winner is declared, with a consolation prize.

Progressive G-Ball

Played by calling numbers from the bingo blower until there is a winner declared on the full card pattern of the G-Ball game.

Prizing:

Accumulated Pot - In the event that the Progressive G-Ball s not awarded during a session, the prize is carried over to the next session.

$10,000 (maximum) –When this pot is reached it will remain at the $10,000 cap for up to 30 days. If no winner is declared, a 'Must Go' game will be played during the evening sessions of the 30th day

$300 (consolation) – Award to a full-card winner verified prior to the declared G-Ball number.

$200 (consolation) – Awarded to a full-card winner verified after the declared G-Ball number.

Pot of Gold

Played by calling numbers from the bingo blower until there is a winner declared on the pre-announced pattern of the Pot of Gold game. The designated number of calls starts out at 9, and increases by 1 call each day until a winner is declared

Prizes shall be awarded to the first person or persons achieving the full card pattern within the designated number of calls. If a winner is not declared within the designated number of calls, the full card game continues, until a winner is declared, with a consolation prizes being paid.

Prizing:

$5,000 (maximum) – if called in the designated 9 numbers

$500 (consolation) – if called in 10 numbers.

$250 (consolation) – if called in 11 numbers

$100 (consolation) – if called in 12 or more numbers

How To Play

1

Buy Your

Sheets

Each Bingo session features a number of different playing cards – usually there are multiple cards to a sheet. You have the option to buy any or all sheets for that session. You can play as many cards as you can dab by hand in paper Bingo.

2

Listen

For The Game

Each game will be slightly different including lines, the letter "T", and even full card. Your Bingo caller will tell you what pattern to look for and which sheet to use when you start.

3

Watch

The Monitor

Electronic Bingo allows you enter the code from your sheet(s) so that it automatically "dabs" the number on the screen for you.

4

Yell

BINGO!

...and raise your hand to be seen. It is each players responsibility to call "Bingo!" loud enough to stop the play.

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