No chips at all, in fact. If you played Bingo, you pretty much kissed any chance of winning enough chips to matter good-bye. But it's always been this way at BotCon Casino nights.... For Bingo, you get one card per game for free, and could purchase additional cards for $1 each (money to go to the same charity as everything else that evening). For $25 (I think it was) at one shot, you not only got 25 cards (which you didn't have to use all at once. They only asked that you use the free card each game rather than stack those up), but you got a special coin that someone had made special for the occasion (arguably the rarest BotCon exclusive of them all? I don't know. I haven't looked for it on eBay) and a link to an auction site where (so I'm told) you were given money to be used on one of their auctions (I've put in some bids, but nothing's ended yet, so I don't yet know how/if that will work). Game play continued pretty much until the end of the evening. Most games were just for one prize at a time, but later, as the night was coming to a close, they'd often do two or three prizes on a single board. After the first winner, they'd pick more numbers until the next one, and so on (with the earlier winners having their pick of prizes available for that board, and later winners getting what was left). Ties (which occasionally happened) resulted in a run-off (which didn't affect later play on the same board if there were still prizes to win on that board). Anyway, all of which is to say that winners in Bingo DID get prizes. Mostly FunPub exclusives from the past, but there were a few other items, as well (a few winners got some Tumblers with "I won BotCon Bingo" on them, in addition to the main prize, but they were inconsistent about adding those in, and I think even left a few unpresented by the end of the evening). I myself won an extra TFSS Treadshot, which I then sold on eBay, making my original donation back. Can't complain.