The current version of Bingo Set offers two types of bingo; one for those who prefer the American style and one for those who prefer the European style.
By choosing Bingo 75, the traditional bingo game in America, the possibility of configuring the games with a great variety of winning patterns opens up. The bingo cage uses 75 balls, each marked with a number from 1 to 75. The cards have 25 squares arranged in five rows of five columns, the center square is marked FREE and the rest of the squares are printed with random numbers. The numbers are grouped into sets of 15 numbers and each set is assigned to a letter of the word BINGO as well; the numbers from 1 to 15 are under the letter B; the numbers from 16 to 30 are under letter I; the numbers used from 31 to 45 are found under the letter N; the numbers from 46 to 60 are under the letter G and the numbers from 61 to 75 are under the letter O. Bingo Set groups the cards into strips of three cards, in turn, groups the strips of cards into series of 30 strips, this can be displayed on the screen that allows manual selection of cards.
When choosing Bingo 90, the most played version in Europe, only a maximum of three winning patterns can be set to one game; One Line, Two Lines and Full House. The bingo cage uses 90 balls, each marked with a number from 1 to 90. The cards have 27 squares arranged in 3 rows of 9 columns; each row has 5 squares with printed numbers and 4 empty squares; there is a maximum of 3 squares listed in a row and a maximum of 2 empty squares followed by each row; the squares in the first column have numbers printed between 1 and 9, the second column has numbers printed between 10 and 19, and so on until the final column has numbers printed between 80 and 90. Bingo Set groups the cards in strips of 6 cards, in turn, groups the strips of cards into series of 15 strips, this can also be displayed on the screen that allows manual selection of cards.