Have a spin of our Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Megaways slot game, based on the epic TV trivia show!
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Megaways is a 6-reel slot featuring Scatters, Wilds, Free Spins and unlimited win multiplier.
Are you ready to lock-in your answer?
The coin sizes available in Who Wants To Be A Millionaire range from 1p to £1.
Betting in this game is fixed uses the Megaways mechanic with 117,649 paylines.
The Millionaire Scatter icon can appear in any of the six vertical reels.
Get three Scatters to be awarded eight free spins and to activate the Hot Seat Free Spins Gamble.
Each additional scatter moves you up a rung in the Hot Seat Free Spins Gamble prize ladder.
Hot Seat Spins Gamble
The Hot Seat Free Spins Gamble gives you the chance to win up to 50 free spins.
The gamble prize ladder is made up of 12 rungs.
The rung values are:
- eight free spins
- 10 free spins
- 12 free spins
- 14 free spins
- 16 free spins
- 18 free spins
- 20 free spins
- 22 free spins
- 25 free spins
- 30 free spins
- 40 free spins
- 50 free spins
The starting rung is determined by the number of Scatters that triggered the feature:
- Rung 1 for three Scatters, rung 2 for four scatters and so on.
Rung 2 and Rung 7 are safety net rungs, reaching them will guarantee at least 10 and 20 free spins respectively.
If you win the gamble you will move up a rung in the ladder, while an unsuccessful gamble might result in loss of free spins.
A lifeline is given at each gamble and can be one of the following:
|50/50||Two incorrect answers removed|
|Phone a Friend||Most likely answer is revealed|
|Ask the Audience||All answer odds are revealed|
During free spins, each single or combination win will increase the base game win multiplier by one, the multiplier is unlimited as long as free spins continue.
The multiplier is applied to all wins during free spins.
Free Spin Scatter icons can appear in the horizontal extra reel and award extra Free Spins.
|Free Spin Scatters||Extra Free Spins|
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 96.24%
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 £96.24 of wins.