75-Ball Bingo is played popularly throughout the US and South America.
In this game, 75 balls can be called and there are five columns of 15 balls.
In 75-ball bingo, the cards have 25 squares, five across and five down – each column marked with a letter B-I-N-G-O.
The card is filled with a random selection of numbers from 1-75.
Every card also has a unique identifying code for support purposes.
The objective of each game is to match the pattern for that game with the balls called. Patterns can be static, in which the pattern is shaded on each card to help players.
Patterns can also be animated in which “bingo” can be achieved on any of the patterns used in that game.
There are over 6000 pattern combinations possible varying from a simple “4-corners” to a coverall or blackout pattern.
The game prize goes to the first player(s) who achieve the pattern. Each game also has a “balls to jackpot” number. If the winner achieves the
pattern within this number of balls, then he wins the jackpot – usually a progressive prize.