Bingo – the ultimate social game!
Bingo really is the ultimate social game. We know it’s true because we’ve been bringing bingo to people on ships, in casinos and online for over 50 years now. We’re sure that our great range of games, bingo tournaments, big bingo jackpots and lively bingo chat rooms will keep you entertained. Give bingo a try and see if your numbers come up!
Everyone has an equal chance of winning!
Join a Cash & Carry bingo tournament and win your share of the prize pool or a new tournament ticket. In this tournament everyone starts on the same line.Read more
At the end of the week the top five players in the weekly leaderboard win cash prizes.
Bingo Chat Room Rules
Help everyone enjoy their visit by following these simple rules:
- Be kind and polite
- Share your ideas
- Share fun recipes or other good tips
- Have fun among friends
- Share, discuss or link to any illegal or abusive material
- Use abusive language
- Share, discuss or link to any promotional material
- Impersonate anyone else, misuse player information or spread online viruses
For more information, go here or contact our Helpdesk. Thanks for listening.
Bingo – jackpots, tournaments and cash prizes
At Paf we also continue to release new styles of bingo with great bingo offers. Our bingo games such as Bingo Variant, Cash & Carry Bingo, Paf Bingo, Aulis Classic '75 and Quick Draw Bingo are made to appeal to different styles and tastes. There’s fast and gentle paced bingo. There’s 75-number and 90-number bingo. In our ever-popular Bingo Variant the big jackpot often rises well above €100,000.
Our daily bingo tournaments feature Cash and Carry. These tournaments reward regular players with significant cash prizes at the top of our weekly leaderboard.
Find out about our bingo world for yourself. All of our bingo rooms have lively chat rooms. Just drop in and soak up the atmosphere!
The history of bingo
Bingo is a game that’s always developed to stay exciting and relevant. First invented in Italy in the 1500s, a form of bingo was also popular in France in the 1700s, in Germany in the 1800s and it became the familiar bingo game we all know and love in the USA in the 1930s.