Gambling In Great Britain – Bingo Under The Gambling Act 2005 examines the regulatory framework and licencing conditions in relation to Bingo under the Gambling Act 2005.

Bingo is a game of chance where randomly-selected numbers are drawn and players match those numbers to those printed on cards. The first person to have a card where the drawn numbers form a specified pattern is the winner and calls out "Bingo!" to alert others to the win.

Traditionally, “Bingo” cards used a 5X5 square, and the winner was the first to spell the word “Bingo” in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line on the card. Today, bingo cards are not limited in size.

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