Rolling In Gold

Rolling In Gold

Mine the reels for a chance of uncovering the incredible bonuses on offer in Rolling In Gold!

    Rolling In Gold Online Slot Game

    You can play Rolling In Gold from just 10p per spin.

    Betting in this game is fixed at 2,304 paylines.

    Wild Symbol

    Wild symbols can only appear on reels one and two and substitute for all symbols except Scatter and Money symbols.

    Only the highest win is paid per winning combination. 

    Money Scatter Symbol

    Money Scatter symbols can appear anywhere on reels three, four, five, and six.

    Money Scatter wins are awarded in addition to reel wins. 

    Gold Spins Bonus

    When the Gold Spins Bonus begins, the triggering Money Scatter symbols are locked in their position on the reels.

    All other positions spin individually - the only active symbols are the Money and Diamond Scatter symbols.

    You have three spins to land extra Money Scatter symbols, when a Money Scatter symbol appears, the total number of spins left is reset to three.

    If no Money Scatter symbols land on three consecutive spins, or if every position is filled with Money Scatter symbols, then the Gold Spins Bonus will end.

    The Diamond Spins Bonus is triggered by collecting Diamond Scatter symbols during Gold Spins - this bonus is played once the Gold Spins Bonus finishes.

    You will be awarded the value of the Money symbols shown on-screen at the end of the Gold Spins Bonus. 

    Diamond Spins Bonus

    Landing a Money Scatter symbol will add the win to the Bonus Win panel.

    Regardless of how many that land in view, every Money Scatter symbol is added to the Bonus Win, but they aren't carried over between spins.

    A win multiplier will land on reels one and two for every spin, multiplying any Money symbols by up to x10.

    At the end of the Diamond Spins Bonus, your total winnings will be shown on-screen and credited to your account before regular play resumes. 

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 95.45%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.45 of wins, plus the chance to win the jackpot.