Have The Bingo Millions Rooms Closed?
Article Updated On 7th April 2021
Bingo Millions launched on Buzz Bingo in May 2019. This lottery meets bingo game from Mutuel Play which offered a progressive jackpot prize of over £1.5million rapidly grew to include 75 and 80 ball versions of the game. Jumpman also added the 90 ball game to their roster to give the game further reach. However whilst looking at Buzz and other Jumpman brands today we've noticed that many of the Bingo Millions rooms are no longer available.
The Bingo Rooms Have Gone
In fact if you login to Buzz or a Jumpman powered brand you'll only find instant win versions of Bingo Millions. Buzz also retains the Turbo version however the multi-player rooms look like they have closed down and we're unclear whether they'll be returning! This series of events may actually explain why Zeus Bingo, the only Jumpman brand which offered free tickets to Bingo Millions games has dropped that aspect of their offer. To date we've had no information from any sources confirming that these rooms have closed for good, but at time of writing it doesn't look like good news for the future of these rooms.
The Odds Of Winning
If the Bingo Millions don't return would it actually be a big surprise? We're not so sure if it would. We've reviewed the games here on Loquax but recently updated content over on Penny Bingo. Because Bingo Millions gives game history it's possible to review the prizes it pays out and we were shocked to see that prizes of between £5 and £20 were the norm when it came to best wins. In some weeks there weren't that many free ticket winners either. This suggests to us that the chances of winning weren't very good and that players shied away from playing. Most certainly the odds of winning the progressive were remote and the prize hadn't actually increased that much since launch.
Bingo Millions Slots
If you enjoy the Bingo Millions experience then as mentioned the instant win and turbo versions are currently still available. These are joined by 75 ball and 90 ball slot versions of the game at Buzz Bingo. These slots combine bingo and slots with numbers being "drawn" when balls appear on the reels. Like the original Millions game the idea is to get one line, two lines or a full house within a selected number of calls. Once over 70 calls (on the 90 ball version) have been made then the bingo game resets. It's an OK experience but it's not a patch on Slingo and we can't see it becoming any where as near as popular.
30 Ball Bingo
Whilst Jumpman brands like Mirror Bingo have lost the 90 ball version of Bingo Millions their Pragmatic Play product has added a new room. The Zoom Room is a 30 ball game that brings a speedy version of the numbers game to the platform. Zoom is played on a 3x3 game card with the aim of the game to get a full house. A progressive jackpot is also available to any player who gets a full house in 9 calls. That's going to be a tall order! The Zoom Room is live at all brands using Pragmatic Play and these include PlayOJO, Crown and Butlers.
Reels Room Coming Soon
It won't be long before the Zoom Room is joined by another addition to the Pragmatic Play roster. The Reels Room will also be launching very soon. As you can probably guess by the name the room will combine bingo and slots. According to information on Pragmatic Play players won't play for cash prizes but instead the chance to win spins. These spins will be playable on selected slots from the company. The idea is very similar to the Wow room which can be found on selected Dragonfish brands. However this is only open for one game a day (Sunday to Thursday) and we anticipate that The Reels Room will be open for many more games.
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