how to play bingo plus
Are you new to playing online bingo? You can now play in GCash within 3 minutes!
In the vacuum of the suspension of e-sabong (Pitmasters), many users have flocked to BingoPlus for their fix of games of chance.
Fortunately, BingoPlus is more accessible than e-sabong as it is generally more fun to play.
BingoPlus is a PAGCOR-accredited online e-game platform.
It allows users to win prizes by having a prize pot implemented.
You can play the game via the website, app, and GLife.
Aside from Bingo, they also host some games like slot machines and e-poker.
Yes, they have PAGCOR accreditation, hence they follow strict guidelines in gambling as mandated by law.
User registration, verification, and age gating are some of the requirements we can see when we want to play the game.
A requirement is that you have not registered your mobile number in BingoPlus outside GLife.
Any accounts created in GLife are strictly limited to access from within GCash only.
This is to prevent other users from impersonating you or minors from playing the game.
You should also be fully verified in GCash.
Creating a BingoPlus account in GLife
From the GCash main page, click on the GLife button.
From the GLife page, you can either search for BingoPlus directly or click on the Play Games button and then click on BingoPlus.
Accept the opt-in page and from the BingoPlus registration page, click on the Send button to receive an OTP and finish the registration itself.
Once registered, you will be able to see the BingoPlus main screen.
An alternative is to download the app or visit the website and create an account from there.
However, once you create an account from either the website or app, you won’t be able to access the same account in GLife.
Creating a BingoPlus account on the website/app
Go to the website or download the app.
Once loaded, click on the Login/Register button at the top of the page.
You will be able to register using an email or a mobile number.
Click on the Send button to trigger OTP and finish the registration.
Once registered, you will be able to see the game page.
There are two ways to deposit funds, one is via GLife, and the other is via website or app.
The simplest way is via GLife as you can transfer funds easily as you are already inside the GCash platform.
Take note that you need to have funds in your GCash wallet to be able to top-up/deposit.
Depositing funds in GLife
Login into BingoPlus GLife, and click on the Deposit button.
Select the amount you want to deposit and click on confirm.
From the payment page, you need to confirm the payment.
Once done, the top-up is successful.
Depositing funds in the website/app using GCash
Log into the website/app and click on your Account button below part of the screen.
From the Account page, click on Deposit.
From the Deposit page, you can select different modes of payment.
Click on GCash and the amount you want to deposit.
Click on Submit.
In the confirmation prompt, click on the “Confirm and Submit” button.
Using the GCash web pay form, input your GCash number and go through the payment.
You will need your OTP and MPIN to authorize the payment.
Once paid, you will be redirected back to the Account page.
The same as deposit, there are two ways to withdraw funds, one is via GLife, and the other is via website or app.
The simplest is via GLife.
If you opt to withdraw via website or app, you will still need to undergo KYC.
Take note that withdrawals use up GCash monthly limits.
Withdrawing funds from BingoPlus in GLife
From the BingoPlus main page, click on Withdraw.
Select the amount you wish to withdraw.
Click Confirm to proceed.
You need to wait for the request to go through as the withdrawal is not in real-time.
You will receive an SMS once finished.
Withdrawing funds from BingoPlus from the Website/App
Log into the website/app and click on your Account button below part of the screen.
From the Account page, click on Withdrawal.
Bingo Plus with GCash is becoming increasingly popular.
It is still difficult for beginners to quickly adapt to it.
To help them, we have created the following game guide
Bingo Plus is the leading game on the world’s online casino platforms.
With the growing popularity of using GCash in online games, such platforms are gaining more and more new players, because they use the principles of responsible gambling.
But not everyone knows how to play Bingo Plus with GCash and where to find suitable resources.
For this, beginners need to study a lot of information and then they will understand why it is important to play games where you can work with GCash.
For those who cooperate with Bingo Plus GCash, it is important to have access to an account in such a system.
Without it, it is impossible to conduct financial transactions.
Therefore, if you have not set up the GCash mobile application, then be sure to do so and go through all the registration procedures.
To properly configure the game, users need to:
download the corresponding application via Google Play or App Store;
register with all required data;
select Bingo Plus in the device’s store;
download it to your smartphone;
make a deposit and start playing.
Visually, the procedure is very easy, but the player will need to spend a lot of time installing the application and launching this online game.
However, it will automatically link Bingo Plus to the GCash payment system.
In turn, this will significantly facilitate the possibilities of financial transactions and speed up the gameplay for the user.
It is important to understand that when downloading a game through GCash, players do not need to additionally link their account to the platform, because this will happen automatically.
To play on the site, you need to link your GCash account to v.
To do this, you can either use the GLife feature or register on the GCash website (or mobile app).
To create an entry via GLife:
open the GCash application and select GLife;
in the “Play Games” section, select Bingo Plus (you can also click on search and find a game by name);
check the boxes to accept all conditions and click submit (after this, Bingo Plus will provide you with a message with a code that you will need to paste into the application);
complete registration and go to the main page.
For those who are more interested in working through the website, the algorithm is also very simple, because you need:
open the game on a mobile device or PC;
select the registration function or download the application to your phone;
indicate contact number and email;
enter the 6-digit code received in the message;
complete the registration and go to the main page.
Once the procedures are completed, the player has enormous opportunities to play Bingo Plus.
Next, you need to competently build your strategy and think through every further step.
Only in this case can the player be provided with a certain level of income in the game.
To conduct financial transactions, players also have 2 options, namely through GLife or the website (application).
The first method is considered simpler.
The player has an account on GCash and all transactions will take place under the user account.
This means that the player needs:
open Bingo Plus via GLife;
select the withdrawal function;
indicate the amount and confirm the transaction.
After processing it should take up to 48 hours.
It is important to remember that these transactions will count towards your monthly GCash limit.
Withdrawing through the application is more difficult because the player needs to go through the KYC procedure.
This means the user must provide his data and documents to confirm the entry.
This approach creates certain inconveniences, but it is aimed at the safety of clients.
Withdrawal via the website follows the following procedure:
logging to your account;
selection of the withdrawal function;
connecting a phone number;
creating a password for the wallet and passing KYC;
Bingo fans, rejoice! A Hull-based company has launched a new digital platform where players can access a range of in-venue games, including the £50k National Bingo Game.
Bingo Plus – run by Leisure Electronics Ltd – aims to offer a realistic playing experience from the comfort of your own home and device.
It offers a wide range of bingo games, including a number of live-streamed games, from 10am to 10pm every day, so you can find a time to play that fits around you.
And now, you can also find and play the official National Bingo Game – run by the National Bingo Association – twice a day on Bingo Plus, offering you the chance to win up to £50,000.
But that’s not all, as Bingo Plus has a host of other great features…
The majority of Bingo Plus’ live-streamed bingo games are presented by real people.
The talented hosts – who are all based in Hull and the surrounding areas – are the face of Bingo Plus and are on hand to guide you through your bingo experience.
Hosts include Gary Wilson, a finalist for Bingo Caller of the Year 2022* who has previously switched on our Christmas lights here in Hull, and X-Factor contestant Charlie Cammish.
There’s also Georgia, Elise, Maddie and Rachael, who bring various different personalities to the mix.
As most games on Bingo Plus are live-streamed, players can chat directly with the host during the game – both audibly and via messaging – making it interactive, an element the platform prides itself on.
The Bingo Plus platform is easy to use, even if you’re new to bingo.
It’s user-friendly, and games are simple to understand – so, whether you’re a seasoned bingo player or a newcomer, Bingo Plus is sure to provide a great bingo experience.
Bingo Plus is committed to player safety and security, so rest assured that there are protections in place for your personal and financial information.
So, if you’re looking for a new way to play bingo, check out playbingoplus.
You can also find out more about the new Bingo Plus platform here.
Gambling involves risk and you must not gamble with funds you can’t afford to lose.
It is not a solution to any financial difficulty.
All gambling sites are 18+ only.
Be Gamble Aware.
Bingo Plus operates under Leisure Electronics Limited, which is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 2016.
If you suffer from a gambling problem or suspect somebody you know does, then call the National Gambling Helpline at 0808-8020-133 to talk with an advisor for help and to make gambling safer for you or your loved ones, or visit the following free gambling addiction resources: www.
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While strictly a game of chance, there are ways to increase the odds to win at bingo.
You have no control over the numbers that are drawn so you can only do so much to improve your odds.
Bingo is a simple game, so the methods you can employ to improve your chances are simple in nature as well.
This one is general and will obviously apply to any form of bingo.
It isn’t a scientific theory, but being ready when the first number (or ball) is drawn will ensure you’re on your game.
Professional athletes get to their events early so they have plenty of time to prepare themselves for a top quality performance.
While bingo isn’t a professional sport, arriving early enough so you can buy the books you want, catch up with friends, set yourself up on a table, lay out your lucky charms and buy any drinks and snacks you’ll need will have you ready to go.
Rushing in and throwing your belongings on the table as the first number is called is no way to prepare.
The following tips apply to traditional bingo, which features a caged wheel of numbered balls that spin randomly before being individually drawn.
This is a bit different to how it is played at Lantern Club, which – don’t worry! – you’ll learn about later.
In a wheel-of-balls game, more serious bingo players who understand the concepts of mathematical probability may employ a more complex theory based on predictability.
Depending on how many balls are used in the game, there should theoretically be a uniform pattern as to how they are called.
There should be an even distribution of odd and even numbers, high and low numbers and numbers ending in one, two, three, four, etc.
So it stands to reason that the longer you are in the game, the more likelihood your numbers will eventually be called.
So, if you have a set budget, instead of buying many books and playing in fewer games, the better tactic might be to play fewer books in more games.
All players play the same amount of games.
A mathematical analyst by the name of Joseph E.
Granville proposed the idea that the best way of winning in this form of bingo was to buy cards that had an even distribution of odds and evens, high and low numbers, and numbers ending in each of the single digits 0-9.
His suggestion was that in the long run, you’ll get an equal number of numbers called, so it makes sense to have an even distribution of numbers on every card.
The problem with Granville’s theory is his reputation as a stock market investor is deplorable, with his stock choices depreciating by 20% year on year based on his ability as a mathematical analyst!
British statistician L.
C Tippett came up with a complex theory about randomness that may or may not be true (there is no statistical evidence supporting the theory), but you can be the judge of it for yourself.
Tippett’s theory suggests the more numbers called in a wheel-of-balls game, the more likely those numbers will gravitate towards the median number.
For example, if there are 99 bingo balls in play, and it’s a short game, choose cards with numbers closer to 1 and 99.
If it’s a long game, choose numbers that are closer to the median number, 45.
Skilled bingo players will know which games will go for longer and which games are usually decided in fewer calls.
The following tips apply to the alternative to ball bingo which uses books or cards.
This is how we play at here at Lantern Club in Canterbury.
You need to know your capabilities for this tactic to work.
If you buy too many books (some games may use ‘cards’ instead) there’s a real chance you’ll miss numbers as they are called.
If this happens there is virtually zero chance of winning on those books.
So while you should play as many books as possible, knowing your limitations is the key.
How much difference can buying more books make? If there are 20 players in a game and everyone has one book each, you’ll have a 5% chance of winning.
Alternatively, if everyone in the game has one book but you hav……