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Online bingo is the game of Bingo played on your computer on the Internet. Unlike balls used in high street bingo halls, online bingo websites use a 'random number generator'. They may also offer online casino games, card games, slot machines etc.
The best online bingo sites also offer a whole online community, so you can chat with your bingo pals while you are online.
Bingo is one of the easiest games to play online. Many internet bingo sites have additional features to make playing even more fun, such as automatically marking off the numbers on cards as they are called, so you don't have to!
To use some online bingo sites, you will need to download free bingo software to play. Other bingo websites allow you to play immediately once you have registered a player account.
To win the largest prizes, you will need to fund an account. However, free bingo games are also available offering players a way to win smaller amounts of money with no risk of gambling. Some online bingo sites offer no deposit bingo with sandbox play. This allows you to get the hang of how to play online bingo without paying but you will not be able to win any cash.
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