Dab Games are bingo event games with more than one bingo number on a ticket. The winner is the first player who dabs all the numbers on their ticket during the designated bingo game.
Downline games consist of event tickets containing the same numbers as the downlines on a flashboard. The winner is the holder of the ticket with the first downline completed during the designated bingo game.
In a Last Ball game, the player with a hold ticket that contains the last number called in the designated bingo game is the winner. This type of game is also referred to as a Single Ball Game.
Like a traditional pull tab game, seal card games include monetary prizes paid out for a winning ticket based on a specific combination of matching symbols. Instant win prizes keep players engaged as they await their chance to win a larger seal prize.
As the game is being sold, players with predetermined hold tickets (i.e. 013, 113, 213...1713) sign their name on the seal card for a chance to win the larger seal card prize.
Seal card games contain a special seal card that determines the winner(s) of the larger prize(s). Typically, seal cards will include a predetermined number of signature lines that correspond to the number of hold tickets in the deal. Players that find hold tickets may sign their name on the seal card. Once the entire deal is sold, the window on the seal card is opened by the operator to reveal the sign up number of the grand prize winner(s).
Seal card games typically offer an option to provide one large prize for a single winner or split the prize into smaller amounts for multiple winners. For example, with Diamond Daze™, there is a total of $500 to be awarded. The operator may choose to award a single winner with a $500 prize, two winners with $250 prizes, or five winners with $100 prizes.