Bingo Roulette Review

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Bingo Roulette offers you a break from the norm, and it manages to keep you on the edge of your seat as you wait to see which numbered pocket the roulette ball will fall into next!

Participating Rooms Bingo Roulette room
Type 37-ball bingo
Ticket Cost 10p to 50p
Jackpot Up to 10,000x your stake
Available Times 24/7
Exciting roulette-bingo hybrid
Choice of stake sizes
Updated April 5, 2024

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Bingo Roulette is, according to Tombola, what happened “when roulette met bingo”.

If you’re familiar with the popular casino game roulette, you’ll know that it uses both a betting area (containing numbers, colours, etc.) and a wheel that is spun by a dealer (or computer software in the case of online roulette) at the same time that a ball is released into a wheel. Depending on where the ball comes to rest, players can win prizes.

With Bingo Roulette, you have a roulette wheel with 37 numbered pockets, which essentially means that it’s a 37-ball bingo variant.

By using the wheel to call the numbers, players can mark numbers off their card in the hopes of winning a full house or a jackpot.

How to Play

Even if you’ve never played a casino game, it’s really easy to get the hang of Bingo Roulette.

You’ll need to start by heading over to Tombola and signing into your account.

Next, provided you’ve got sufficient funds in your account, it’s time to visit the Bingo Roulette lobby which you simply click on (or tap if you’re using a mobile device) to open.

The lobby presents you with a choice of four rooms (Luxor, Mirage, Venetian, and Bellagio). It costs 10p per ticket to play in Luxor and Mirage, 25p per ticket to play in Venetian, and 50p per ticket to play in Bellagio, and you can purchase up to 4 sets of coloured chips for each game so the maximum bet for any game is just £2 – as is usual at tombola.

Once the game begins, the numbers are selected via a spinning roulette wheel and if any of them match the numbers on your board covered with a coloured chip, the chip that sits on that number is removed. Match all eight of the numbers covered by one colour chip before anyone else, and you’ll receive the full house prize.


Bingo Roulette boasts a two-tier jackpot which gives all players the chance to win fixed cash prizes.

To win, you must mark off all 8 of the numbers on your ticket within either 10 calls or 12 calls. Getting a full house within 10 calls gets you an impressive 10,000 times your stake while a full house gained within 12 calls means you receive 1,000 times your stake.

Graphics and Sounds

Each time that you play Bingo Roulette, you must click on one of the four roulette wheels to choose which room you wish to enter.

Once you’ve made your choice, the game window loads.

At the top, you have three rows of numbers containing 0 to 36. Down at the bottom-right, there’s the roulette wheel which is used to announce the numbers, and on the far-right, there’s the chat window where you can talk to the CHs and other roomies.

Each time that you buy a ticket, a mixture of blue, green, red, and purple casino chips are moved across to your ticket where they cover random numbers. However, you also have the option to move them to different numbers if you prefer.

As each ball comes to rest in the roulette wheel, a female voice announces the number and if the same number appears under a chip on your ticket, the software then removes that chip.

On the left-hand side of your ticket, you can see how many of each chip colour you have yet to remove. For example, Blue 4TG, Red 2TG.


Bingo Roulette offers you a break from the norm, and it manages to keep you on the edge of your seat as you wait to see which numbered pocket the roulette ball will fall into next!

The game amply caters to a variety of budgets and the minimum that it will cost you to play is a modest 10p.

You can play Bingo Roulette on both desktop and mobile devices for the chance to win prizes as big as 10,000 times your stake.

Although some Dragonfish sites also offer a Bingo Roulette game, the version that this article is about refers to Tombola’s Bingo Roulette and the two are significantly different in how they play.

So, if you’re keen to try a game and you’re not already a Tombola customer, take the opportunity to sign-up today and qualify for the welcome offer!

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Sam Jarvis

Sam is passionate about all things bingo and has more than 10 years’ experience of writing about the game in its online and land-based forms, as well as casino, sports betting and gaming. When he’s not testing and reviewing the latest online bingo sites, Sam stays abreast of developments in the industry through his extensive network of contacts around the world.

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