Bingo Samba is actually a random-number, keno-type game that pays out based on patterns formed on between one and four “bingo” cards generated by the software. Payouts are based on 14 patterns for anywhere from 3x to 20,000x the wager on wins – cover all spaces on a card on the first draw to take home this latter amount.
In terms of gameplay, it’s simple. Choose your wager and the number of cards to play between one and four. Thirty balls numbered 1 through 50 make up the pot and are randomly drawn in each round.
Any numbers on a played card that match those drawn will be marked with a red cross to from the aforementioned patterns for payout. Multiple wins are possible on a card, and the player will be offered an extra ball (for a price based on the possibility of further wins and amount wagered) after 30 balls for up to 10 bonus numbers in all.