Slots: rules and information

Slots are easy to play and packed with exciting features, entertaining storylines, and great bonus rounds.

Here's some general information to get you started:

What are paylines?

A payline, also known as a winning line, is a combination of symbols that results in a win. Every Slot has a predefined amount of paylines. On some Slots, these are fixed, while on others, you can choose how many active paylines you'd like.

Can I keep track of how much I've wagered in each session?

You can do find out how much you've wagered with the line bet and the total bet. The line bet is at the bottom of the game showing the number of credits you've wagered on each line. The total bet is the total amount wagered on each spin.

Once you're happy with your stakes, just hit the 'Spin' button. If you win, you'll see the relevant amount at the end of a spin.

What do scatter symbols mean?

When you see scatter symbols, you'll get a payout or another feature regardless of where they appear. The number of scatter symbols required to release payout changes from game to game.

What are wilds?

Wilds are symbols that can substitute for any other symbol on paylines with the general exception of scatters or bonus symbols.

What are feature rounds?

Feature rounds are special tasks you can come across during a Slot session that don't require spinning the reels. If you complete the feature rounds, you can win multipliers, Free Spins, or instant payouts. Those featured rounds differ between Slots.

What does RTP (Return to player) mean?

RTP (Return To Player) is the theoretical percentage of winnings that a Slot game will pay back to a player over time.

Let's say that you make a hundred bets worth $1 each on a Slot with an RTP of 90%. In this case, you might expect to get back about $90 in winnings. But you should be aware that because of the nature of statistical variances in the RTP percentages, the returns based on staking can vary over game sessions in both directions. So longer winning and losing streaks may happen but will average out over the long run.

You can check the RTP for all Slots we have on offer. Just start the game you're interested in and go to 'Game Rules' or 'Help'.

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