Northland Bingo Announces Tab-e DEVICES

Northland Bingo Announces Tab-e DEVICES

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When Northland Bingo (Northland Bingo is Wednesday and Friday Night Bingo) opens its doors in September of late October 2021 there will be a TAB-e device ready for you to play.

The old machines will be replaced by the much more advanced and easy to use TAB-e electronic bingo device.

Why use the new TAB-e Bingo Gaming Tablets


The TAB-e has a constant wi-fi connection to the bingo console. This means the Tab-E knows the current game it even knows the last ball that has been called.

You cannot play the wrong game on a TAB-e.

Northland Bingo Announces Tab-e DEVICES - example
When the ball is called and placed into the console your TAB-e will display the ball on your screen. You simply press the displayed ball. Notice the Red I-16 in the image above. That is what you would press. It is impossible for you to input an incorrect ball.


The screen is in color which makes it easier to read. You can choose from multiple layouts. Find the one you like and stay with it all night. Or you might like to switch things up a bit. It’s up to you.


When you select your TAB-e at the admission booth you can also choose to add Progressive Games right then and there. With the TAB-e the minimum is 18 faces. You can choose 1 (18 faces), 2 (36 faces) or 3 (54 faces) for each of the two progressive games. Imagine how easy it will be to play on an $1,199 Jackpot night!

If you want to play less than 18 faces you can still buy the papers at our Progressive Kiosk.


When you pay you will be given a receipt that has your unique TAB-e number for the night. The TAB-e will ask for the number and then like magic everything that you purchased at the kiosk will be loaded onto your device.

Not only will the 15 regular bingo games be loaded but any progressive games you bought will show up too.

When can I play the TAB-e Game tablets

TAB-e’s will be available at both the Wednesday and Friday bingo events once Northland Bingo opens it’s doors.

For more information about the Bingo Tab-e Gaming tablets

Please visit our website’s page about how to use the TAB-e device. If you have questions, please contact Tom through our website.