When people think of companies that embrace new technology, retail bingo halls aren’t the first that spring to mind. However, as with any modern day business, they are also having to keep up with the times when it comes to the dig world.
Now, random number generators (RNG) games have replaced traditional bingo cages with numbered balls in retail bingo halls. Many bingo rooms provide players with computerized bingo cards that keep track of all the numbers called automatically instead of the old pen and paper format.
Although there are definitely some bingo players that still pick this format over the digital one. For handicapped and vision-impaired bingo players, E-cards have been a godsend.
Bingo is one of the most ancient British customs. Yes, the game isn’t British, but many other things we regard to be typically British originated elsewhere, so we’re not going to get into that right now.
We’d like to take a look at the game’s recent and past history and how bingo halls are keeping up in this digital age.