Money Ball

Everi

Everi is kicking off this new series of games on the 8-foot-plus Empire MPX cabinet, which features a 43-inch 1080p HD portrait display, game-controlled lighting, and a charging station for mobile devices.

The two inaugural games in the series are Money Ball and Money Ball Inferno. Both games feature a cascading reel presentation that creates anticipation as large symbols stack up awarding either credits or free spins.

The main Money Ball feature on both games is a primary-game mystery event that awards a mystery credit prize on one or more of the first four reels, and adds a multiplier on reel 5. Credit values roll down reel-by-reel with the reel 5 multiplier augmenting the award by 2X-100X on the total credits.

There also is a Progressive Wheel Feature that offers a unique twist on the standard progressive wheel. Instead of the wheel spinning, the player spins pointers around a fixed wheel, its slices representing five progressive jackpots. When the player lands three pointers on a wheel slice, that progressive is awarded.

Reset values for the progressives are $30 (Mini), $100 (Minor), $400 (Major), $2,500 (Grand), and the top jackpot of $10,000 (Ultra).

Manufacturer: Everi Holdings
Platform: Empire MPX
Format: Five-reel, 40-line video slot
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10, .20, .50
Max Bet: 500
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: 19.6%-22.74%
Theoretical Hold: 2%-15%

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