Bingo - What are 1 to Go/2 to Go Games?

What is this?

xTG refers to the position of your ticket in a bingo game, i.e. 1TG - one number to go, 2TG - 2 numbers, etc. To reward our players who are close to winning, some of our games will be scheduled with one of the 3 types of new xTG feature, either:

  • 1 to Go...or...
  • 2 to Go...or...

Both 1 and 2 to Go...if you have either 1 or 2 to go on a ticket.

These special games will have a specific prize pay-out for players who achieve the xTG criterion in their tickets ONLY when playing for the last prize in the game.

Please see section 'Prize Options' below.


Prize Options

xTG games can each be configured differently...

They may pay an xTG prize...

Per Player - e.g. you get one prize if you have at least one of your tickets matching the xTG feature applied to the game.

Per Ticket - e.g. you get one prize for every ticket which matches the xTG criteria.

Prizes may also be a share of an xTG Feature Pot or a fixed amount, e.g. £0.10p per qualification.

Prizes may be paid to you Bingo or Cash Balance.

Please see section 'Before a Game Starts' below to find out how you know what xTG prize options applied to a game.


Before a Game Starts

Before an xTG game starts, a blind will show that the xTG game is about to start. It will detail the prize options for the game.

If an xTG game precedes another xTG game, and they have the same prize options, the blind will only show once before the first game.

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