Race to the finish line in Slingo Racing for the chance to win multipliers, free spins and a jackpot!
The bet sizes available in Slingo Racing range from 20p to £2.
Betting in this game is fixed at 12 paylines.
How to Play
The aim of Slingo Racing is for your chosen horse to cross the finish line.
To start, pick a horse and set the value of your stake.
This game begins with ten spins.
There are four types of coloured symbols available: Red, Blue, Green and blank.
Matching the numbers on the reel with the numbers on the grid will move the corresponding horse along the track.
If your horse crosses the finish line, then you win a jackpot!
Only the greatest value reached on the track will be credited at the end of the game.
You will receive a cash prize if your horse reaches a multiplier.
There are four types of Wild symbols in this game: Red, Blue, Green or blank.
When a Wild symbol appears on the reel, you will be able to mark off any number in the column above on the grid.
Free Spins Symbol
One free spin will be awarded if a Free Spins symbol appears on the reel.
You may be able to buy extra spins at the end of the game if higher-value prizes can be won.
The current grid and potential prizes available are evaluated to determine the price of each extra spin.
The cost of an extra spin may be more than your base stake.
Free Spins symbols will not appear during extra spins.
You may need Super Wild symbols to appear for the chance to win some prizes.
Extra spin limits may be controlled in Play Controls.
The last number left on the grid will award at least two winning lines.
There are 12 win lines in total.
A free game allows you to play the base game with a predefined wager for free.
This game is viewed as a bonus cash stake.
You will receive all winnings at the end of the free game.
Games that are exited before they finish will be automatically completed three hours after they were launched.
Player decisions are made using a random number generator.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 96.25 - 96.33%
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 £96.25 - £96.33 of wins.