Spanish-suited, Bingo-themed playing cards published by Grupo AGG, 2007
Bingo Avellaneda first opened in Buenos Aires in 1992 inside a former cinema auditorium, and two other venues soon followed. The Bingo halls offer traditional Bingo and slot machines. The slot machine games include video poker, electronic roulette, accumulator slots, VIP salon, etc. The venues are designed to give a Las Vegas ambience, warm and luxurious. Restaurants and stage shows add to the enjoyment, with large screen sports TV, security and free parking open 24 hours. Grupo AGG wants gaming to be enjoyable and pro-actively addresses the problems of gaming addiction by supporting specialist associations and signposting professional help whenever necessary.
Above: Spanish-suited, Bingo-themed playing cards, published in 2007 by Grupo AGG (Argentine Gaming Group) who owns the Bingo Avellaneda venues in Buenos Aires. The designs are fun, clear and brightly coloured, with the Bugs Bunny motif (conejo de la suerte) appealing to all age groups. The same designs appear on the court cards in each suit, differently coloured. 48 cards + 2 Jokers in box, printed by Gráfica 2001. Avellaneda Bingo first opened its doors in Buenos Aires in April 1992. To date there are three venues whose addresses are given on the extra Joker cards (see above ~ bottom right).
Above: the interior of Avellaneda Bingo halls are designed to give a Las Vegas feel. Restaurants and stage shows add to the experience, with large screen sports TV, security and free parking open 24 hours. Grupo AGG is committed to social responsibility and actively supports local football teams, hospitals, fire fighters and other cultural, artistic and environmental community organisations and educational campaigns. Grupo AGG wants gaming to be enjoyable for all the family and pro-actively addresses the problems of gaming addiction by supporting specialist asociations and signposting professional help whenever necessary.