Massive Artist-Designed Bingo Balls Installed on the Las Vegas Strip

Five Las Vegas artists collaborate with PlayStudios on a special launch

By Raymond Harrison

A one-of-a-kind art installation on the Las Vegas Strip will have you exclaiming “bingo!” when you see it.

Award-winning mobile game developer PlayStudios recruited five Las Vegas artists to help celebrate the launch of their newest game, myVEGAS Bingo.

Each artist selected for the event put a personal twist on sculptures of giant, 200-pound bingo balls. The finished products are now on display at five MGM Resorts International properties on The Strip.

myVegas Bingo is one of our most distinctive and dynamic games,” says PlayStudios CEO Andrew Pascal. “To celebrate its launch, we collaborated with the city’s most inspiring talents—five artists that represent the relentless spirit of Las Vegas.”

The new free-to-play game offers users real-life rewards. Players can redeem loyalty points at a growing lineup of brands, including Maverick Helicopters and Royal Caribbean International.

“Our creative community is one of Las Vegas’ most valued treasures.”

Steve Zanella, CCO of MGM Resorts International

The artist’s bingo balls are at the MGM Grand main lobby, near the Mandalay Bay valet entrance, The Mirage volcano lagoon, New York-New York’s Brooklyn Bridge, and the Excalibur lobby.

Steve Zanella, CCO of MGM Resorts International says, “our creative community is one of Las Vegas’ most valued treasures.”

“Offering a showcase for these memorable works of art is a wonderful way to launch myVEGAS Bingo.”

The art installation was a great way to promote the local art scene, while also bringing attention to PlayStudios’ newest venture.

Best of luck on the bingo boards!

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