Mega Ball

Mega Ball

Mega Ball is the innovative live casino game that will have you on the edge of your seat.

Pick your lucky numbers and cross your fingers as they are crossed off your tickets to deliver wins.

Multiple Mega Ball Bonus rounds can be triggered after your game, multiplying your wins.


    Mega Ball Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Mega Ball range from 10p to £100.

    When you play this game, your objective is to complete as many lines as you can on your Mega Card.

    The drawing machine in Mega Ball contains 51 balls overall, and your winnings will be paid following the draw of the final ball.

    Any winnings you achieve in this game can be multiplied when you reach the Mega Ball bonus round. This becomes playable towards the conclusion of the game.

    Your winnings are based on the number of winning lines you possess.


    Game Cards

    Each card contains 5x5 squares, with the centre square kept free.

    You can set the value of each card.

    You choose how much each card costs, from 10p to £100.

    You can play with up to 200 cards at the same time.

     

    Main Game

    A total of 20 balls are drawn, with the numbers automatically marked on your Mega Ball cards.

    The cards are updated and sorted automatically as the balls are drawn.

    The card with the best chance of winning is placed at the top.

    You will see how much you can win if a specified ball is drawn.


    Mega Ball Bonus Rounds

    At the end of the main game, you will activate either one or two Mega Ball bonus rounds.

    In each of the bonus rounds that you play, a multiplier will be formed and one Mega Ball will be drawn.

    Your winnings will be displayed in the paytable.

    On any winning lines, if there is a multiplier featured then your win will be multiplied by this figure.

    If there are two multipliers present on winning lines, the only multiplier that will be activated is the one with the largest value.


    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 95%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.00 of wins.