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Vegas Rise

Konami Gaming

Vegas Rise

This new game is on Konami’s recently introduced KX 43 flat-screen cabinet. The KX 43 features a 43-inch 4K Ultra HD display, a relaxed slant top, standard base width, dual cup holders, dual spin buttons, USB charger, and multi-color attract lighting that stretches the entire length of the cabinet—from the bottom of the base to the top of the topper.

Vegas Rise offers a base 50-line video slot on a five-reel, three-row layout, with a minimum 50-credit bet. Reels 3, 4 and 5 can randomly expand to three, four or six rows of symbols, respectively, adding more paylines.

For a top bet of 150 credits per spin, a seventh row of symbols is activated, after which on any spin, the player can match up five jackpot symbols corresponding to three progressive jackpots, the top Supreme prize a linked jackpot resetting at $10,000. The top symbol line also includes various bonus credit prizes.

The Maxi Jackpot resets at $3,000, the Mega at $1,000. These stand-alone progressives also are available in the fifth and sixth rows of the expanded reel array.

Any three, four or five gem symbols trigger 10, 15 or 20 free games, respectively. During the free games, the screen expands to a four-by-five reel array.

Manufacturer: Konami Gaming
Platform: KX 43
Format: Five-reel, 50-line video slot
Denomination: Multi-denomination; .01, .02, .05
Max Bet: 150
Top Award: Progressive; $10,000 reset
Hit Frequency: 25%
Theoretical Hold: 4%-18%

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