Dragonfish New Bingo Roulette Game
Bingo Roulette is not a new name in the world of online bingo, but it is a new name to the Dragonfish bingo network!
We’ve heard the name before but despite the same moniker, this game plays slightly differently to that of the Tombola Bingo Roulette version.
Dragonfish Bingo Roulette launched on 26th March 2019 and as the name suggests, is a hybrid of two popular games. We headed to Chit Chat Bingo to give Bingo roulette a wheel spin.
Playing Bingo Roulette
You’ll find Bingo Roulette under the main ‘Bingo’ tab in the lobby. It’s between the Money Makers and the Daily Specials.
When you open the room for the first time you will see the roulette wheel in the middle, the 52 red and black call board to the left of the screen and the playing card in the centre of the roulette wheel.
How The Game Plays
Eight Bingo Roulette cards show on the screen and each boasts either three red and two black numbers or three black and two red numbers.
When a game is in play, the roulette wheel spins, and like in a traditional game of roulette, where the white ball lands, that’s the number that’s called for the bingo.
Match all five numbers on any of the tickets that you have purchased and you’ll be a Bingo Roulette winner.
When And Where to Play Bingo Roulette?
Currently you can only play between 5pm and 10pm daily. Like many new variants that are introduced though, we could see the opening times of the room extended if proves popular with the player.
Bingo Ticket Prices – Good Value Bingo Games
The ticket prices are set at just 5p each per game, but much like the opening hours, if this new offering is a hit, we could see brands like Chit Chat Bingo offering higher ticket prices with improved pot prizes.
For each bingo roulette game you can buy a minimum of one card or as many as 50 and the prizes at this point in time are guaranteed per game at between £2.05 and £2.50.
It’s great to see Dragonfish roll out something different to the players and we’re excited to see what the next new variant may be!