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Smokin’ Hot Stuff Spin Frenzy


Smokin’ Hot Stuff Spin Frenzy

This latest installment in Everi’s popular Smokin’ Hot Stuff franchise uses the large top monitor on the new Dynasty Dynamic cabinet for multiple-reel and hold-and-re-spin bonus features, added to a mechanical-reel base game.

The base game is a three-reel, 27-line stepper slot. In addition to the Smokin’ Hot Stuff devil, a second character, “Freezy,” interacts to enhance wins in the primary game.

Both base themes, Fire and Ice, showcase several video reel slot elements, including the Spin Frenzy bonus, which is a familiar hold-and-re-spin event with credits and jackpots in the reels in a three-by-three grid. If the upgrade symbol lands, all locked credit prizes and jackpot tiers are doubled. Filling the grid is frequent, and results in doubling all credit prizes.

The jackpots include four static prizes—$10 (Mini), $20 (Minor), $40 (Major) and $100 (Mega)—and two progressives, resetting at $800 (Ultra) and $10,000 (Grand). Multiple jackpots can be won in a single hold-and-re-spin event.

Three additional reel sets can be added to the game randomly, and Hot Stuff and Freezy will randomly add wilds, increase multipliers, and add jackpots to any reel set.

Manufacturer: Everi
Platform: Dynasty Dynamic
Format: Three-reel, 27-line stepper slot
Max Bet: 200, 400
Denomination: .01, .02, .05, .10
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: Approximately 30%
Theoretical Hold: 2%-14%

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