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Lucky Coin Link

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Lucky Coin Link

This new progressive slot family from IGT features two base themes, Asian Dreaming and Atlantica.

Lucky Coin Link utilizes the engaging coin collection mechanic from the company’s proven Coin O’ Mania game, in which players can collect coins until they trigger the re-spin feature. Lucky Coin Link also features five progressive jackpots and free games.

The five-reel base game is available with 10, 20, 30 or 40 pay lines. In the five-by-four base game, any coin symbol appearing in the coin collection row will lock and trigger the re-spin feature when five coins lock. The reels expand to a five-by-six matrix during the re-spin feature and can award wilds, multipliers, and free games.

Furthering the win potential during the re-spin, if a coin lands on one of the five progressive jackpot symbols, the corresponding value is won.

Lucky Coin Link also features a free games bonus that is triggered when three treasure chest symbols land on the reels in the base game.

Lucky Coin Link is available on IGT’s PeakSlant49 and CrystalCurve cabinets.

Manufacturer: IGT
Platform: PeakSlant49, CrystalCurve
Format: Five-eel, 10-, 20-, 30- or 40-line video slot
Max Bet: 880
Denomination: .01-1.00
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 40%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-14%

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