|Game:||Betsson Single Bingo||Paylines:||n/a|
|Manufacturer:||Betsson||Bet Per Game:||£0.10 – £36.00|
|Bonus Features:||n/a||Free Spins:||n/a|
|RTP:||Unknown||Game Type:||Table Game|
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We’ve been playing a bit of bingo lately and that means we’ve been checking out some of the software available on our recommended casinos. If you click on the ‘Bingo’ tab from the main Betsson home page you will find yourself on a screen offering you the option of Single Bingo or the multiplayer Glitter Bingo.
In this review we’re going to bring you the lowdown on Single Bingo and this is an ideal game to play if you have some spare bingo-playing time and you want to control the start time and speed of your game. It’s cleverly designed to look as though you are playing against other people but rest assured that you are not.
How It Works
It’s quite a basic game screen when you first load it up but once you glance around the layout and numbers it should all become clear pretty quickly.
Most of the screen is taken up by 12 game cards and the ones you have selected to play have a green tick mark next to them. The price per card is shown above the cards and the slider on the left will allow you to alter that number from £0.10 – £0.50.
Just because you can only see 12 cards doesn’t mean that’s your limit – 72 are available if you so wish which means a maximum total stake per game of £36.00.
The small paytable shows what you can win and you can see that you must complete either one, two or three lines within the number of balls shown. Manage that and you will win the listed prize.
Once you’ve chosen the number of cards to play, just click ‘Buy’ and the number-drawing will commence. Seventy five numbers will be picked from a possible ninety and all you have to do is sit back watch as the auto-daubing takes place. If you’d like to do your own daubing just unstick the little ‘Auto daub’ box at the bottom of the screen.
This is a very relaxing form of bingo and it’s ideal for low rollers; just £0.10 will buy you into a game that lasts around three minutes so if you’re on a budget this may be the choice for you. Played at the lower speeds, an English voice will call out the numbers for you.