Here’s a fun game to play the next time you’re on a conference call: CONFERENCE CALL BINGO. Play by yourself or share a Conference Call Bingo card with your coworkers and friends before your next conference call. Then secretly play while the others on the call unknowingly help fill out your Bingo cards.
We have several Bingo card versions for audio conference calls, video conference calls, and even a special Coronavirius Conference Call Bingo Card collection.
Conference Call Bingo Card Versions
Conference Call Bingo is guaranteed to help make your next conference call fun and entertaining! We created several Bingo cards so that you can share them with your coworkers and all play at the same time. Scroll down for our printable Conference Call Bingo card versions.
Audio Conference Call Bingo Cards Printable Versions
Here are some printable bingo card templates. Just click on the version that you would like to print out.
Conference Call Bingo: Audio Call Versions
- Audio Conference Call Bingo: Version 01
- Audio Conference Call Bingo: Version 02
- Audio Conference Call Bingo: Version 03
- Audio Conference Call Bingo: Version 04
Coronavirus Conference Call Bingo Cards
When the Coronavirus quarantine forced most of the world to work from home, video conferencing using apps like Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, WebEx, and Zoom became part of our daily routines. Here’s a printable Coronavirus Conference Call Bingo card collection below for teams that are video conferencing on a regular basis.
Coronavirus Conference Call Bingo Cards Printable
- Coronavirus Bingo Card: Version 01
- Coronavirus Bingo Card: Version 02
- Coronavirus Bingo Card: Version 03
- Coronavirus Bingo Card: Version 04
Bingo Conference Call Card Suggestions?
Do you have any suggestions to add to our conference bingo sheets? Please leave a comment below. If we use your suggestion, we will share that updated sheet with you.
NERD NOTE: Video conferencing technology was first showcased to the public in April 1964 at the World’s Fair in New York City. Attendees at the World’s Fair at Flushing Meadow Park could place a video call to a visitor at Disneyland in the Picturephone exhibit.