VACAVILLE—There will be lots of un and admission discounts at the Fairfield H.S. Scarlet Brigade Band Saturday night bingo session in May. Starting off on Saturday, May 3rd player who wear a sombrero hat, will receive a $5 discount off their admission purchase at both the evening and Late Night sessions.

On Saturday, May 10th, all players wearing a pair of mismatched shoes will again receive a $5 discount off their admission purchase at both the evening and Late Night sessions.

Players attending the Saturday, May 17th evening session will receive a free Speed letter X game with their paid admission. And at the Late Night session, all players will be given a set of Quickie Game sheets.

End of the month drawings for cash, free bingo and prizes will be held on Saturday, May 31st at both the evening and Late Night bingo sessions.

The progressive Bullseye Bingo free game jackpot has climbed to $1,600 at press time. When not won in 55 numbers or less, a consolation prize of $250 is guaranteed to be paid out.

The Saturday Scarlet Brigade Late Nite session follows each regular Saturday evening session. Players can purchase their buy-ins starting at 10:30 p.m. 12 regular games pay out $250 each to the winners and the three special Speed Quickie games also pay out $250 each to the winners.

The Saturday Late Night session admission starts at only $19 for a 12-on paper game pack. The first extra six-on game pack is available for only $5 each with all other extra packs sold for just $1 each. Players can also join in and play the Bonus Ball games for just one dollar. During the session, several admission ticket drawings will be held for spins on the Lucky Wheel. At press time the progressive jackpot amount was at $2,700. The Bingo Café is open for snacks and other goodies and there is always free coffee.

Bingo players may also get a Vaca Valley Bingo Hall Frequent Player card. The Frequent Player cards are free and good at each session played at the Vaca Valley Bingo hall. After bingo guests play ten sessions, at the 11th session, will receive a free Express II admission for the evening.

SACRAMENTO—If you bought a Mega Millions ticket about a month ago, check your pockets, glove compartment, sock drawer or anywhere else you can think of, because you just might be sitting on a large chunk of change. That’s because on March 28th, a California Lottery player was one number away from hitting a $15 million Mega Millions jackpot. The player did, however, successfully match five out of six numbers to win a very sweet prize of $344,779! Thirty days have now passed, and that valuable ticket remains unclaimed.

The lucky ticket matched the numbers 2, 9, 50, 3 and 73, just missing the Mega number of 12. The ticket was sold at Burbank Deli & Market, which is located at 1414 West Alameda in Burbank (Los Angeles County). The winner has 180 days from the date of the draw to claim their prize. If the prize goes unclaimed, all of the unclaimed prize money will go back to schools.

Mega Millions is played in California (and 42 other states, plus the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands). Draw times are Tuesdays and Fridays at 8:00 p.m. PST. Tickets are $1 and can be purchased from any of the more than 21,000 California Lottery retailers.

The mission of the California Lottery is to provide supplemental funding to California schools while simultaneously supporting local communities. More than 95 cents of every dollar spent by our players goes back to local communities in the form of contributions to public schools and colleges, prizes and retail compensation. The California Lottery urges its customers to play responsibly and within their budgets. If you feel you have a gambling problem, or know someone who does, you can get help at 1-800-GAMBLER.

NAPA—Each week there are four sessions of bingo played at the Napa Town & Country Bingo Emporium. Starting off on Sunday, The Vintage H.S. Music Boosters host an early evening session starting at 5:15 p.m.

Doors open each Sunday at 2:00 p.m. for the Vintage Music Bingo session and the session begins at 5:15 p.m. All regular games pay out $250 to the lucky winners. Each week there is a drawing for a progressive jackpot as well as drawings for cash and free bingo prizes throughout the evening.

Each week, players participate in a Come Back drawing for a minimum of $100. If not won the prize is rolled over to the following Sunday session. Admission tickets from the previous week’s session are used to select the winner. The regular full admission is $40 and includes all you can play up to five 6-on paper game packs with a fully loaded electronic bingo machine and special game paper. Players enjoy lots of flashboard games that pay out $200 up to $1,199.

Players should make a note that due to the Bottle Rocket Concert at the Napa Town & Country Fairgrounds, there will be no bingo on Friday May 30th Saturday, May 31st, Sunday June 1st and Monday June 2nd. All the bingo sessions will be back with their regular schedules starting on Saturday, June 7th.

On Monday evenings the volunteers at the Napa Youth Sports Bingo organization staff the evening bingo session starting at 6:45 with the Warm-Up game. Players have a chance to win a big cash prize if their admission ticket is drawing for the Baseball Progressive. Players also enjoy the must go Soccer Ball Drawing with a top prize of $300.

Admission is also $40 for a complete buy-in that includes up to five 6-on paper game packs, a fully loaded electronic bingo machine and specials. Players can join in and play the Hot Ball game for just $1. The Hot Ball jackpot of up to $250 is won when a player bingos on the evenings designated Hot Ball number.

Each Friday evening, the Napa Valley Soccer Club Bingo volunteers open the doors of the Bingo Emporium at 3:00 p.m. and begin regular play with the Warm-up game at 6:45 p.m. Players enjoy a $35 admission buy-in that includes up to five 6-on paper game packs, specials and a fully loaded electronic bingo machine.

All regular games pay out $250 to the winners and there are lots of flashboard games played during the evening session. Players enjoy free coffee and popcorn while they play bingo. There are progressive cash drawings and drawings for free bingo at each session.

On Saturdays, the Napa H.S. Band Boosters take over the Bingo Emporium opening the doors at 4:00 p.m. The Warm-up game is played starting at 6:15 p.m. All games with the exception of the Quickies, pay out $250 to the winners and there is lots of flashboard games played each Saturday evening.

Regular admission is $40 and on the last Saturday of each month, players are given a $5 discount on the full admission package.

The Town and Country Bingo Emporium features separate glass-enclosed smoking and non smoking rooms. Hot Ball games are played at all sessions and each session features a $100 Come Back drawing weekly. The snack bar is open during the session each week offering a limited menu including hot entrees, sandwiches and desserts. Free coffee is always available for bingo players. For more information call (707) 252-5420.

VACAVILLE—Players won’t want to miss out on any Wildcats Sunday Matinee bingo session at the Vaca Valley Bingo hall. The Will C. Wood H.S. Wildcats progressive Cat Cash Match drawing is getting bigger and bigger. As we went to press, the top cash prize was sitting at $7,700!

The Wildcats also have restored the Blind G-Ball progressive jackpot game a few weeks ago and the jackpot was at $1,300 as we went to press.

Starting the month off, players will enjoy a Double Day on Sunday, May 4th. Everyone with a paid admission will receive double drawing ticket and there will be double Table Drawings for some great prizes.

Players will want to take Mom out for a day of bingo on her special day, Mothers Day, Sunday, May 11th. Everyone with a paid admission will receive a Mother’s Day dauber.

Wildcats Bingo players can win free bingo if their number is in the monitor when there is a valid bingo verified. The In The Monitor day will be played on Sunday, May 18th.

End of the month drawings for cash, free bingo and prizes will be held on Sunday, April 25th. In addition to the prizes of cash and free bingo, the E-O-M session, features Good Neighbor games and drawings for a Prince and Princess who will also receive $5 each time their number is called.

Players can buy in each Sunday with the Express I setup that includes a one six-on paper game pack and one pack of specials plus a Bonanza game card and Double Action game sheet. The Matinee Express II admission is available for $19 and includes two packs, two packs of specials and the Bonanza and Double Action special game sheets for the matinee session.

All regular games are guaranteed to pay out $250 to the lucky winners at each Wildcat Sunday matinee sessions. There are lots of flashboard games that pay out up to $1,199.

The Wood Wildcats Sunday Matinee session starts each week at 12:30 p.m. The Vaca Valley Bingo hall opens up each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. with Warm-up games starting about one half hour prior to the beginning of the regular session. As with all other sessions of bingo at Vaca Valley, there are no electronic bingo machines used at the hall.

All sessions are played at the Vaca Valley Bingo hall. The Vaca Valley Bingo hall is located at 190 Bella Vista Road, at the I-80 and Davis Street exit and features separate glass enclosed smoking and non smoking rooms. For more information, call (707) 449-4646.

The long-awaited launch of online slots and exchange betting in the Spanish market is likely to take place in January 2015, with the country’s regulator expecting to receive comments from the European Commission on its proposed legislation by June 19th.

The Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) published its proposed legislation for online and mobile slots and exchange betting for public opinion earlier this year, before sending it to Brussels on March 19th to ensure it is compliant with European Union law.

The consultation phase has seen the DGOJ receive numerous suggestions and observations from relevant industry parties...

Gala Coral Group Ltd is a British betting shop, bingo and casino operator owned by private equity houses Candover Investments, Cinven and Permira. In October 2005 it merged with Coral Eurobet for £2.18 billion. This large and lucrative operation made it the UK's third largest bookmaker and largest bingo operator owning over 30 casinos. Not only in the UK but the Gala Coral Group is also a leading European betting and gaming company with well established retail and online brands.

The Group' s operations are based in the UK, Italy, Gibraltar and Tel Aviv and serve customers primarily in the UK and Italy; the two largest regulated gambling markets in Europe. In Italy, the Group operates through over 860 Eurobet betting shops and online at Eurobet.it. Eurobet serves clients in over 130 countries, providing online sports betting in many languages.

It was announced recently that video slot producer Quickspin will enter the UK gambling market with a deal signed with the Gala Coral Group. The first game is currently being adapted for the UK retail market and is expected to go live during the fourth quarter 2014. The arrangement has Quickspin distributing games through 1,800 Coral retail outlets across the United Kingdom.

Players will be able to access games via its high definition Infinity gaming machines in Coral retail outlets, and can be accessed by Gala Coral’s online and mobile channels. Quickspin is a Stockholm based game development studio that targets the offline and online gambling and social gaming niche.

Mark Kemp, E-Gaming Director at Coral says, “Being able to offer the best online & mobile slots games in our shops is an important part of our multi-channel gaming and single wallet Connect strategy. We have seen the quality & success of Quickspin’s innovative games as part of our offering online. “

Quickspin’s Chief Executive Officer, Daniel Lindberg commented, “With our mobile games going live in the next few months we will be one of the first providers to offer games across multiple channels: web, mobile and retail,”