DID YOU KNOW?

* Bingo was originally called Beano

* We have a smoking and non-smoking hall

* We have electronic and paper packs

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Can you believe it? Bingo was originally called "Beano" and it was originally played at county fairs with a caller drawing numbered discs from a cigar box, and players would mark their cards with beans to cover the numbers that were called out. Once a player won, he or she would yell "Beano"!

A recorded history of the game of bingo dates back to 14th Century Italy. In 1530, there was (and still is!) an Italian lottery called "Lo Giuocu del Lotto D'Italia", and it is still to this day played every Saturday in Italy. From Italy, the game was introduced to France in the late 1770s, where it was called "Le Lotto", a game played amongst wealthy Frenchmen.

Soon after, bingo made its mark in Germany amongst children who played it for educational purposes, mostly to help students learn math, spelling and history. It was only in 1929 that the game of bingo reached North America, at which time it became known as "Beano." It was first played at a carnival near Atlanta, Georgia. The name "Bingo" was coined by happy accident. New York toy salesman Edwin S. Lowe renamed it so, after he overheard someone accidentally yell "Bingo!" instead of "Beano!" at a county fair.

We can trace our origins back to the summer of 1993 when Creek Nation Muscogee Bingo became the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s 2nd largest bingo hall and one of the largest bingo halls in the state of Oklahoma.  In 2002, the facility was recognized as one of the top 10 bingo halls in the United States (as awarded by Bingo Manager’s magazine in December 2002).

Despite the fact that most bingo halls in Oklahoma are no longer in business, Creek Nation Muscogee Bingo continues to thrive.  With a smaller and more intimate setting, it continues to provide the best in customer service and combines the traditional paper games with the more modern electronic versions.

Some of our popular bingo games are Super Jackpot, Take It or Leave It, and Black Gold. We still offer your choice of paper or electronic games. See all Bingo Promotions

 

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