What linked games do you offer?
We have linked Poker and Bingo games here at Smooth Bingo.
What are the advantages of playing Poker as a Linked Game?
By being part of a bigger network, Wild Seat™ poker games will be available on Smooth Bingo more frequently. Shared liquidity also comes with other benefits, such as bigger promotions, higher prize pools in regular tournaments and a better player experience overall.
Can I play Poker as a Linked Game from different websites of the Gamesys Group?
Yes, but you can only play, in each game, from one account and from one website of the Gamesys Group. You are not allowed to play from different accounts in any given game or tournament.
Can I participate in Poker promotions from different websites of the Gamesys Group?
Yes, but, as an example, if you have qualified for a final event in a Poker game that is a Linked Game, you can only play the final game using the account with which you qualified for the final game. You are not allowed to play in the same game from different accounts or from different websites of the Gamesys Group simultaneously.
Is Smooth Bingo Community Chat open to everyone playing poker as a Linked Game?
No, our lovely Poker Chat is for Smooth Bingo members only.
What is a Linked Bingo Game?
A Linked Game is a special event Bingo game that brings together selected rooms from different websites of the Gamesys Group, offering you the chance to win an even bigger Full House.
We currently offer two types of Bingo games as Linked Games on the site.
Price Point Linked Games are when all the Bingo rooms of the same value and game type come together for one game.
For example: If there's a 10p 90 Ball Linked Game scheduled for 5:30pm, on a night when there are 133 people in one linked room and 140 people in the other linked room, then for that one game all 273 people will be playing for the same Jackpot, making the Full House even bigger!
Game Type Linked Games are when all the Bingo rooms of the same game type come together, for one game, with one Full House prize.
For example: If there's a 10p a ticket, 90 Ball Linked Bingo Game scheduled for 7pm, on a night when there are 823 people across 11 Bingo rooms. In this instance, all the rooms will show the same game with the same balls being called, and all tickets will cost 10p - whatever room you're watching in.
How do I know if I’m in a Bingo game that is a Linked Game?
You can see which games are linked by looking for the two overlapping circles symbol. This will show on Linked Games within the Bingo tab in the Games Lobby and will also show once you are within the game. This is at the top of the page, just underneath the person symbol which shows how many players are in the room.
Linked Games give you the chance of winning a larger Full House Jackpot so take a look at the Bingo to see when you can take part.