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High Voltage Link

Everi Holdings

High Voltage Link

This latest entry in the High Voltage series on Everi’s Flex Fusion cabinet combines a pot-style collection feature with a classic hold-and-re-spin bonus. Two base themes on the link are Mayan Fortune and Snow Tiger.

The base game is a five-reel line game, available in 30-line penny and 2-cent versions, 15-line versions in the 5-cent and 10-cent denominations, and a five-line version for $1 and $2 denominations. During the primary game, any win may re-spin up to five times with an improved set of reels and an opportunity to trigger the Jackpot Bonus.

The three collection icons buzz with electricity each time like-colored orbs land on the reels. The three collection pots, which look like electrodes with terminals and springs, are marked “Ultra Pay,” “Boost Pay” and “Jackpot Bonus.”

Any or all of the collection features can trigger randomly, including two or all three at once. Ultra Pay adds a large credit amount to each of the cash-on-reels orbs on the screen. Boost Pay multiplies all cash-on-reels amounts on the screen. The Jackpot Bonus is a classic hold-and-re-spin event, beginning with four free spins. Cash-on-reels orbs are joined on the screen by icons related to the lower-level jackpots—static awards of $100 (Mini), $250 (Minor) and $500 (Major), and a progressive resetting at $750 (Mega).

The feature lasts as long as orbs or jackpots land during the hold-and-re-spin round. Filling up all 15 spots on the reels with orbs and/or jackpots returns the top Grand jackpot, resetting at $10,000.

Manufacturer: Everi Holdings
Platform: Flex Fusion
Format: Five-reel, 30-line, 15-line or five-line video slot
Max Bet: 600
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10, 1.00, 2.00
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 30%
Theoretical Hold: 2%-14%

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