Are you enjoying our Summer of Sport? Well, we’ve got some good news! As well as our exciting free-to-play game with £35,000 to be won, we’ve also added three brand-new and exclusive bingo rooms. Say hello to the Gold, Silver and Bronze rooms, giving you the chance to enjoy 75-ball and 90-ball bingo and play for cash prizes. Ready to get into the game? The ball’s in your court!

Gold Room

When?Friday 2nd August
What? 90-ball bingo 
How much? 10p tickets 
Prize pool £300 

Silver Room

When? 6th, 20th July, 3rd August
What? 75-ball bingo 
How much? 5p tickets 
Prize pool £200 per game 
Silver bingo room

Bronze Room

When? 30th June, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th July, 4th August
What? 90-ball bingo 
How much? 3p tickets 
Prize pool £100 per game 

Grand Slam 

We hope you’re not tired of sporty bingo fun because we’re serving up another treat! Get into the swing of tennis with The Grand Slam, our ace game with £16,000 in cash prizes up for grabs. 

There’s £1,000 to be won every single night, including a full house prize of £500. And what’s more, tickets cost just 1p, meaning you could win a grand from a penny. The game is available from Monday 1st until Friday 12th July – join in daily from 10pm. 

Grand Slam bingo

The Grand Slam Finale 

That’s right, there’s more! As well as the regular Grand Slam game, there’s even more tennis-themed fun with The Grand Slam Finale. See you at the same time on 13th and 14th July where as well as the £1,000 in prize money, we’ll be adding 10 extra roll-on prizes of £100 to each game. 

Beachball Blast 

Our final sporty bingo game this month is an old favourite – it’s Beachball Blast! We’re off to the beach for a speedy game that’s 4x quicker than usual, with a whopping £87,000 in prizes to be won each month. 

Plus, each game has a progressive jackpot that’s ready to drop if the game is won within 36 ball calls. Fancy joining in the fun? Join us daily from 8am until 1am. 

Beachball Blast


Harry is a copywriter at PlayOJO, specialising in bingo and with more than six years’ experience in the sports and gaming industries. When he’s not crafting catchy copy he can be found watching football, fussing over his cat or being way too competitive in a pub quiz.