Cash or Crash Live

Look out for the gold ball for a chance of landing up to 50,000x your bet in Cash or Crash Live!

    Cash or Crash Live Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Cash or Crash Live range from 20p to £2,500.

    Aim of the Game

    The aim of Cash or Crash Live to climb as far up the 20-step paytable as possible. 

    To climb up the ladder, you need to draw green balls from the ball drawing machine. 

    Ball Drawing Machine

    There are 28 balls in the machine.

    19 of the balls are green, while eight are red.

    There is also one gold ball.

    Balls are drawn one at a time from the machine once the betting time expires.


    Green Balls

    Every time you draw a green ball, you will move up one step on the paytable. 

    Each green ball will present a decision screen, where you may opt to Continue, Take Half or Take All.

    The decision that you make after the first green ball will then be the default choice for all following decisions in the current round.


    ContinueContinues game play with 100% of your potential winnings
    Take HalfCashes out 50% of the potential winnings and continues play with the remaining 50%
    Take AllCashes out all winnings and ends the game

    Gold Balls

    A shield is awarded when the gold ball is drawn, which protects you from the red ball. 

    Drawing the gold ball will also trigger a bonus that removes the decision option after each green ball that is drawn.

    Red Balls

    The round will immediately end if you do not have an active shield from a gold ball. 

    If you do have an active shield, then the red ball will break it.

    Play will continue on the same paytable level if the shield breaks.


    Cashing out 50% of your winnings with the Take Half option will add the winnings to your total winnings accumulated.

    Drawing a red ball will lose any potential winnings that haven't been cashed out if you don't have an active shield.

    Winnings that have been cashed out are awarded at the end of the game round.

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 99.59%

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

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.59 of wins.