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Traditional bingo usually falls into one of two categories. There's the 90 Ball Bingo Game that is played in The UK. In this format there are 90 balls, a bingo card of 15 numbers and the aim is to get one line, two lines, and a full house. That's about it. Over in The USA the 75 Ball Bingo is the norm. This is usually called pattern bingo as the aim of the game is cover the numbers of a specific pattern. However online bingo has allowed operators to get more creative with their games.

Adding speed, bonus rounds, different shapes and exciting themes has allowed for a whole host of variations on the bingo theme. For example in Jackpotjoy's Blox Bingo - provided you've bought enough cards - you can play a quick round of the Blox game for the chance to grab an extra bonus. Themes are very popular and the success of Deal or No Deal Bingo resulted in the arrival of other TV themed games such as The Chase, Emmerdale and Coronation Street. Other variations include Britain's Got Talent, Love Island and Hot House Bingo.

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Facebook Bingo

Social media has had some influence on online bingo. We still have Facebook Bingo Apps that allow people to play with friends across the world plus there's the ever growing trend towards Mobile Bingo. However, Facebook quickly clamped down on games like Bingo Friendzy and more recently they've started limiting gambling brands using their platform. UKGC rules also make using social media a tougher proposition.

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All these things challenge the game operators - they need to come up with new ways to keep players returning whilst not deviating too far away from the fundamental basics of the bingo game.

Desperate to impress Wall Street, Facebook (FB) now allows users 18 and older in the United Kingdom to play games for real money, TechCrunch reported on Tuesday. The first gambling application to hit the social network is called Bingo Friendzy and it offers users the chance to play various bingo and slot machine games with real money rather than Facebook credits. Gamesys, a British company that operates the U.K.’s largest bingo and slots website, is offering the game and while Facebook is not directly involved, it is reportedly testing the waters to determine if online gambling might be a viable revenue stream.

“Facebook is a place that allows people to connect and share,” a Facebook spokesperson said. “Real money gaming is a popular and well-regulated activity in the UK and we are allowing a partner to offer their games to adult users on the Facebook platform in a safe and controlled manner.”

In order to play the game, users will have to verify their identity, proving they are of age and located in the U.K. Facebook has also banned all activity from the game from appearing on the news feeds of users under the age of 18, according to a TechCrunch source.

“Young people are far more likely to see an ad for Bingo on the TV or in a betting shop window as they walk to school than they are on Facebook,” the source said, noting that users from outside the U.K. will not be able to see the ads either.