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If you are looking to organise your own game of bingo at home, at work or other real-world location, there are a number of resources available that can help you.
Typically these will consist of some sort of automated bingo calling software, as well as a bingo ticket generator that you can print at home.
The following links are to resources I have found online, but not tried personally, so I can't account for how good they are so you'll have to take a look for yourselves.
Lees Bingo looks like the best resource if you want to do a professional looking game of bingo with caller and printed tickets.
It's available for Windows (PC) and offers 90, 80 and 75 ball bingo games as well as the ability to print your own tickets.
The set of features look impressive, with many options such as adding your own voice to the calls, automated win checker and progressive jackpot.
Licenses can be bought for 7 days (£1.99), 1 month (£2.99), 3 months (£5.99), 6 months (£9.99) or 12 months (£16.99).
Visit site: https://www.lees-bingo.co.uk/
Bingo Caller Machine is a free bingo calling system that is much more basic than Lees Bingo, but should do the job if you want a simple game of bingo and you can source your own bingo tickets.
It has 90, 75 and 60 ball bingo variants and can be played on both PC and Mac, Android, iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.
It has some customisation such as speed of calls and 10 different coloured themes, but it looks like for tickets you are on your own.
I had a quick try of the Android version and although it was free, it did have very annoying adverts each time you turn it on and between games. However, you can upgrade to remove this at a cost of £3.59.
Visit site: https://www.bingocallermachine.com/