How Tech Has Transformed Bingo [Infographic]

Bingo is a classic game of chance that has traditionally been played by middle aged women. Technological advances have completely transformed the game. Bingo halls are transitioning into the digital realm, and traditional bingo cards are being replaced by tablet computers. Some of the most popular virtual bingo applications include Cheeky Bingo, Monopoly Bingo, Bingo Blitz and Zynga Slingo Online bingo offers a variety of benefits—it cuts down on paper waste, eliminates the need to shout “BINGO!!!” and allows players to play different games during intervals and gives bingo halls the opportunity to attract younger customers by offering a wider range of gaming services.

The problem with online bingo, however, is that it’s banned or restricted in many countries. It’s banned in most of the U.S. and Germany as well as in South Korea and Russia. Online bingo is restricted in France, Israel and Australia. There is a very real possibility of live streaming straight from a bingo hall to your phone to get the experience of a live caller.

Have you ever played online bingo? How was your experience? Please share in the comments and check out the infographic below to learn more about how tech has modernized bingo!

How Tech Has Transformed Bingo
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