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Cats Wild Serengeti


Cats Wild Serengeti

This new game on IGT’s PeakSlant49 cabinet is a modern update to the company’s iconic hit Cats.

Cats Wild Serengeti is a linked progressive video slot, with a five-reel base game available in 10, 15 or 30 paylines, depending on the denomination.

The modern version of Cats is packed with new features, including progressive prizes and a wheel bonus. Cat’s Wild Serengeti offers five different free game bonuses that can offer up to 100 free games, and a chance to win the top Grand jackpot on any bet.

In the base game, landed wild symbols can act as split-symbols, contributing to big win combinations. The progressive free game bonus is triggered when two bonus symbols appear on reels 2 and 3, with a bonus jackpot symbol on reel four.

Elevating the experience, the symbol-driven wheel bonus can be triggered during the base game and offers multiple levels of free games, wild stacks, or the grand jackpot. A partner to the popular Wolf Run Eclipse video slots, Cats Wild Serengeti is a 30, 40, or 80-credit cost-to-cover game.

Manufacturer: IGT

Platform: PeakSlant49

Format: Five-reel, 10-line, 15-line or 30-line video slot

Max Bet: 150, 200, 400, 800

Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10

Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset

Hit Frequency: Approximately 30%

Theoretical Hold: 4%-13%

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