Play Bingo Bowl - 50 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 4th September 2020
Whilst 52 ball bingo games using playing cards has been popular so have 50 ball games, especially on the Virtue Fusion platform. Back in 2016 Sky Bingo opened up their exclusive Mystical 50 ball bingo room whilst Gala players can still enjoy games in Coconut Island. William Hill are also on the 50 ball bandwagon. They're inviting their players to join them for Bingo Bowl which includes the chance to win three different prizes.
- Type Of Game: 50 Ball Bingo
- Cost: From 5p
- Open: From 11.50am
- Jackpots: Lucky Strike & Kingpin
- Extras: None
- Special Features: Bowling themed game
How To Play Bingo Bowl
Bingo Bowl is exclusive to William Hill and uses ten pin bowling as it's theme. The bingo room is designed to give you a feeling of being at a bowling alley. To play simply purchase a ticket and wait for the numbers to be called! Each bingo card comprises of ten different numbered pins. Mark off all the 10 numbered bowling pins on your bingo card before your fellow roomies to win the full house. Tickets cost either 5p or 10p and each game has three different prizes - the full house, Lucky Strike Jackpot and The Kingpin Jackpot.
The full house prize is awarded as usual, but in addition to the main prize there's a Lucky Strike Jackpot. This activates when you mark off your numbers in a fixed number of calls. On top of that there's the Kingpin Jackpot which is in play continuously. This is community ticket of numbers which are marked off each and every game. You win the Kingpin Jackpot when the number marked off does not create a house or it is the last number to be marked off. The state of the Kingpin Ticket will roll over in proceeding games!
We're always pleased to see new variations on the bingo game and it's also great to see Virtue Fusion offering 'exclusive' versions to different sites. Whilst there are similarities to Sky's Mystical Bingo and Gala's Coconut Island, Bingo Bowl is sufficiently different to make it worth a look. Out of the games mentioned we actually find the bowling theme the most pleasing. It makes sense to use something like ten pin bowling as a bingo theme over a bunch of mystic potions.
We also like that Bingo Bowl is cheap to play at 5p or 10p a ticket plus it has three good prizes on offer. The only real disappointment is that for some reason William Hill like to keep it out of the spotlight. In fact they do the same with their Day At The Races Bingo. Both are decent versions of 50 and 40 ball bingo respectively - better than some other variants - but because they're exclusive are hidden behind the network rooms like Fluffy Favourites and Rainbow Riches.
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