Play 40 Ball Bingo
One of the most popular bingo games is Rainbow Riches Bingo. This room, based on the popular slot, launched on the Virtue Fusion Network in 2015. The bingo card has two groups of 4 numbers and the aim is to complete one group of four and the full house. In the case of Rainbow Riches the numbers are arranged as lucky clovers. You can see how the game operates in the video below from William Hill Bingo. To enhance the player experience 40 ball bingo games tend to have additional features. For example jackpots or bonus offers based on collecting coins.
Whilst Rainbow Riches has been popular, other 40 ball games are limited. In 2017 William Hill launched Day At The Races - a horse racing themed game that was exclusive to them. Although the room is still open it doesn't get that much publicity. We do wonder whether the sports theme didn't fit with the bingo audience? At a similar time, Sky Bingo launched a Tipping Point Bingo room. This 40 ball room was exclusive to Sky but is now no longer available.
How To Play 40 Ball Bingo
Playing 40 ball bingo is exactly the same as 90 ball bingo. Numbers are drawn and those that match the numbers on your card are marked off. That's all there is to it. Note that if you wish to participate in extra features - such as Rainbow Riches' Wishing Well Feature then you need to play a certain number of cards. We're not totally convinced by these bonus features as to attain them requires playing a large number of games. In Rainbow Riches you need to acquire 100 coins - each coin is based on a lucky number and that number must be drawn during the game. Basically you need to play a minimum of 100 games to get a £5 bonus. The likelihood is that it'll take more. However, if you're a regular player of 40 ball games then it's a great reward.
40 Ball Bingo Games
Below you'll find our reviews about just some of the 40 ball bingo versions that you can play or could have played online.