Easily the biggest success story to come from game developers Mutuel Play has been their massively popular series, Bingo Millions.
Beginning with a traditional 90-ball game back in 2019, Mutuel Play have now added two more versions of this fantastic game which is unique in its ability to keep things running and pay out many participating players.
How to play
Essentially, the mechanics of this game are like any other bingo game. The key difference however is that here, payouts are given to various players of fixed amounts for completing lines, columns etc.
Bingo Millions Features
In any of these games, regardless of the variant and the host site, the game doesn’t end when a player wins the jackpot. Instead, all participants continue to play until the game reaches 70 calls. When someone wins a full house, everyone gets a prize.
When the full house is called, the amount isn’t split equally between everyone. So, even if you haven’t landed it yet you can still win later on in the game. There is also a huge progressive jackpot to enjoy.
Bingo Millions Variations
As well as the prize-giving, one of the major plus points of is that it can be played in three variants. Namely:
- 75-Ball Bingo Millions – naturally played with 75 balls, cards are given in a 5×5 grid. Cards feature 25 boxes therefore, players marking manually or automatically vertical, horizontal or diagonal lines to win. An instant version is available for 75-ball Bingo Millions too.
- 80-Ball Bingo Millions – emerging as a very popular variation of the game, the 80-ball Bingo Millions cards are truly unique. The game is played across four rows, with four columns featuring various colours. This leads to players having 16 numbers on a card and out of a total of 80 numbers, those aren’t bad odds! Prizes in the 80-ball game therefore are regular.
- 90-Ball Bingo Millions – the original and very probably the best! 90-ball bingo sticks to a lot of traditions and that’s what many players still like. This time however, 9 columns and three rows are to be marked off. There is an instant version of the 90-ball game as well, which many players have used to great effect for some large wins.
Return to Player
The Return to Player percentage (RTP) is taken across all players over the course of a month, and will top 80%. Your own chances of a return and how much you win however will naturally depend on how often you player, your ticket price and how lucky you happen to be!
Bingo Millions is an incredibly popular series and one we love. The fixed jackpots for landing prizes are terrific, and the fact that players can keep winning even after the full house is called keeps the fun going for longer!
There are reasons to play all three versions, 90-ball still being our favourite, while Bingo Millions works just as well via mobile as it does on desktop sites.