5-Line Bingo is the most common and is most definitely the easiest to remember, with very few winning combinations to memorise. As the name of the game suggests, there’s 5 bingo lines – on a 5x5 grid. Random numbers are put into each square, including the middle square – this is not left blank like other variations of the game.
Each column is assigned a letter, B-I-N-G-O, with each of the columns having a range of 15 potential numbers. Column B can have 1 to 15, Column I can have 16 to 30, Column N can have 31 to 45, Column G with 46 to 60 and O with 61 to 75.
In 5-Line Bingo, there can be up to five winners with 5 potential winning conditions.