Play across two incredible grids in Slingo Fire and Ice for the chance to land sensational wins!
You can play Slingo Fire and Ice from just 20p per spin.
Betting in this game is fixed at 12 paylines.
How to Play Slingo Fire and Ice
This game uses a double grid.
To boost the cash values on the Ice Ladder, you need to move up the Fire Pay Ladder.
To win the cash prizes, you need to move up the Ice Pay Ladder.
To begin the game, choose your wager.
You will receive ten spins at the start of the game.
Complete Slingos by matching numbers on the reel with the numbers on the grid.
Completing Slingos will allow you to move up the pay ladders.
Fire symbols will mark the Fire grid, while the Ice symbols will mark the Ice grid.
Mixed symbols will mark both grids.
There are three types of Wild symbols available: Fire, Ice and mixed.
All types of Wild symbols will allow you to mark off any number directly adjacent to where they appear.
The Fire and Ice Wild symbols will allow you to mark off the associated grid when they appear.
Mixed Wild symbols will allow you to mark off both grids.
Free Spins & Blockers
You will receive an extra spin when a Free Spin symbol appears.
Blocker symbols will do nothing.
To activate the Jackpot reel, you will need to complete a double slingo.
The Jackpot reel will remain active for all remaining spins.
The following symbols may appear on the Jackpot reel: Fire Gem, Ice Gem and Lose symbols.
Landing a Fire or Ice Gem symbol will award the respective jackpot.
It is possible to purchase extra spins at the end of the game.
The price of an extra spin may be more than your base stake.
Spin Fire will only apply matches to the Fire grid.
Spin Ice will only apply matches to the Ice grid.
It is possible to edit the extra spin limits in the Play Controls area.
The last number on the grid will always award at least two winning lines.
Any games left incomplete will automatically play out 24 hours after launch.
Any wins achieved will be automatically credited.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 95.05% - 96.04%
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 £95.05 - £96.04 of wins.