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Royal Legacy

Ainsworth Game Technology

Royal Legacy

This new game on the A-STAR Dual or A-STAR Slant cabinet displays what Ainsworth does best, the traditional high-denomination three-reel game. Royal Legacy—and sister game Grand Legacy—is a three-reel, nine-line game that features five progressive jackpots.

The reel symbols are traditional bars, four different “7” combinations, and three jackpot symbols, with progressives for mixed, green, red and purple jackpot combinations. Three of the top jackpot symbols return a progressive resetting at $10,000 on paylines 1-4, or the top $30,000 when it lands on paylines 5-9—five shots at the top prize instead of the typical one.

Any of the non-jackpot symbols can be marked with multipliers ranging from 2X to 5X. The multipliers can be displayed on any bar or 7 symbol. For instance, the pay for three triple red 7s, $50 on the dollar version of the game, can be multiplied up to 15X for $750.

The game includes a “Jackpot Wild” symbol that substitutes for any of the jackpot symbols. If Jackpot Wilds stack on all three spots of the middle reel, up to three of the lower-level jackpots can be won on a single spin.

The game is available in $1, $5 or $10 denominations.

Manufacturer: Ainsworth Game Technology
Three-reel, nine-line video slot
Max Bet:
1.00, 5.00, 10.00 (multi-denom available)
Top Award:
Progressive; $30,000 reset
Hit Frequency:
Approximately 20%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-13%

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