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Bingo players offered share of £250,000+ weekly prize pot thanks to launch of new big money game

Bingo fans are being given the chance to ‘pay small, win big’ as a new live game launches at local Mecca clubs .

Players at Mecca can take part in the new National Bingo Game from this week (6 February 2017) to try and win their share of a £250,000+ weekly UK prize pot.

Launched by The National Bingo Game Association, it costs just £1* to play, with prizes for one line, two lines and the full house – giving players more chances of winning than ever before.

Bingo players can bag a full house weekly jackpot of £50,000 in the evenings and a share of a guaranteed £10,000 afternoon community jackpot every week, as well as treble chance prizes of between £2,000 and £30,000 in the evenings and between £1,000 and £15,000 in the afternoons, for the first time in the game’s 30-year history.

A Mecca spokesperson, said: “We know that Brits love bingo and we want to reward them with the best and biggest game yet.

“We look forward to welcoming some regular faces and new members to enjoy the new live game. With such a considerable amount of money to be won, everyone will be in with the chance to experience that winning feeling!”

Afternoon games will be played:
· 14.00 Monday to Friday
· 14.30 at weekends
Evening games will be played:
· 20.33 every day

Speaking about the launch, National Bingo Game Association CEO, Miles Baron, said: “We are always looking for new ways to give players more and the new National Bingo Game has been designed to do just that.

“As well as bigger, more frequent prizes for individuals, there are larger community pots available and we hope players will love experiencing the buzz and excitement of this new super-sized offering.”

For further information on the National Bingo Game, visit www.nationalbingo.co.uk.

All players must be aged 18 or over. The National Bingo Game is played under the provisions of The Gambling Act 2005 and played under National Bingo Game Players’ Rules. Players should always gamble responsibly. For more information and advice visit www.gambleaware.co.uk