Bingo roulette is a unique bingo game with 52 numbers, a roulette wheel and one full house winner in every game. Styled on your classic game of roulette, this bingo variant can only be played online at Dragonfish powered bingo sites with tickets from 5p each.
Unlike traditional roulette, this bingo version of the iconic casino wheel has 52 numbers, 26 red and 26 black and no green zero. The layout of the wheel is for visual purposes only. There’s no betting on red/black, odds/even or high/low numbers here, instead what you get is 5 random numbers from 1 to 52 per ticket and the aim of the game is to mark all five before your fellow bingo players.
How Do You Play Bingo Roulette?
Pizazz Bingo is just one of a number of Dragonfish bingo sites to offer bingo roulette with games available to play every evening. Purchasing tickets can be done manually or via the pre-set ticket buttons. As many as 72 tickets can be in play per game. The value of the tickets can vary with off-peak hours guaranteeing the lowest price of 5p each with a better chance to win. Busier periods mean more expensive tickets and higher full house prizes.
With tickets purchased, it’s eyes down for a full house. When the timer reaches zero, the ball will spin around the giant wheel and come to rest in one of the 52 numbered pockets. If you have a matching number on your tickets, a casino chip will be placed on that number. The wheel and ball will continue to spin until a player has marked off all five numbers on a single ticket. More than one winner will result in that full house prize being split equally.
Side games are available to play alongside Bingo Roulette games and some operators even have a chat feature with games and quizzes for additional bonuses. Audio can be switched on or off. The music is relaxing and is designed to replicate that of a brick-and-mortar experience.
What’s The Difference Between Bingo Roulette by Dragonfish and Bingo Roulette by Tombola?
Bingo Roulette by Tombola is a classic game of European roulette, with four numbers 1 to 36 and a single green zero. Only instead of one spin producing a number and winners, this bingo game delivers full house winners to those who match 8 chips (of one colour scheme) before anyone else. Do this in 10 or 12 calls for jackpots of up to £20K.