Get the regal feel in Reel King Slingo.
Mark numbers on the grid by spinning the reels, and when you've marked five in any direction you'll get a Slingo - the more of these you get, the greater your rewards will be.
With every ‘ding’ that sounds in this game, you could activate the Reel King feature where even more cash prizes are available.
Experience the Slingo royalty.
The bet sizes available in Slingo Reel King range from 20p to £2.
Betting in this game is fixed at 12 paylines.
How To Play
Press the ‘Start Game’ button after selecting your stake size to commence play.
You have a total of 11 spins to match numbers in the reel with numbers in the grid.
On any spin, each reel can randomly ding and move you along the trail.
Reach stages 5-9 and the Reel King Bonus will be activated.
The trial can randomly hold at the start of any spin.
A random number of Reel King characters are shown on the reels, and they will spin to award a series of prizes.
Each character continues its spin streak until there a losing spin occurs.
Increasingly valuable reels are active on each level.
Wilds enable you to mark off any number in the row above.
Diamonds are blocking symbols, and they will stop matches from being formed.
Free Spin symbols unlock an extra spin.
Super Wilds give you the chance to mark off any number in the whole grid.
Play controls can be selected from the menu. The game will automatically end if you reach any of the set limits.
Extra spins are available following the conclusion of each game. Prices may exceed your base stake.
The price of each spin depends on your position on the grid and potential prizes.
The price for the next spin will appear on the spin button. You can control extra spin limits in Play Controls.
There are 12 win lines and 11 awards on the paytable because the last number on the grid will always award a minimum of 12 winning lines.
Incomplete games will be automatically completed 24 hours after launch, and you are automatically credited with any wins.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 95.00%.
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.