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Money Line

Everi Holdings

Money Line

This game on Everi’s Empire Flex cabinet employs a novel display, play mechanic and math model. During game play, cash-on-reels symbols, multipliers and free-spin symbols appear on an otherwise blank game field, which accommodates three reels and five rows of symbols.

It is an easy-to-learn play mechanic based on successful three-reel mechanical themes, with a “what-you-see-is-what-you-get” pay scheme. On random spins, all empty reel positions on the third reel will fill with cash symbols—five cash amounts, with any multipliers on the other reels applying.

“Free Spins” scatter symbols on the first two reels trigger seven free spins, with possible re-triggers. A wheel symbol on the third reel triggers a spin of a bonus wheel at the top of the display, yielding credit awards ranging from $30 to $750 and a possible multiplier up to 6X.

Money Line features player-selectable multi-denomination and the ability for players to choose to activate one, three or five pay lines. The game also offers a clear bet-up incentive with volatility decreasing and feature frequency increasing at higher bets and denominations.

  • Manufacturer: Everi Holdings, Inc.
  • Platform: Empire Flex
  • Format: Three-reel, single-, three- or five-line video slot
  • Max Bet: 450
  • Denomination: .01, .02, .05, 1.00, 2.00, 5.00
  • Top Award: 125,000
  • Hit Frequency: 61% (.01, .02, .05), 56% (1.00, 2.00, 5.00)
  • Theoretical Hold: 4%-15%

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