Tetris Slingo

Jump back in time to the 80s with the marvellously nostalgic Tetris Slingo!

    How to Play Tetris Slingo

    The bet sizes available in Tetris Slingo range from 10p to £2.

    Betting in this game is played on a 5x5 grid.

    How to Play Slingo

    Tetris Slingo features the standard Slingo symbols, and follows the same rules. 

    March symbols on the reel with those on the grid to mark off the positions. Mark off an entire line and you'll have created a splendid Slingo!

    The more Slingos you create, the higher up the pay ladder you will climb.

    Tetrimino Shapes

    In true Tetris fashion, there are also Tetrimino shapes that can appear on the grid. 

    If you form the shapes on the grid, then you could unlock instant cash prizes worth up to 100x your wager during the base game!

    Each Tetrimino is formed of four coloured squares, called Minos.

    Tetris Clusters Bonus

    Create three or more Slingos to jump into the Tetris Clusters Bonus.

    There are three different versions of the bonus. The version you play is decided based on how far up the pay ladder you have climbed. 

    The more Slingos you have created, the higher up the ladder you will be, and the more free spins you will receive to play with in the bonus!

    The size of the playing grid used during the bonus will also change depending on which version you play.

    Number of Slingos Created
    Grid Size
    Free Spins

    At the beginning of the bonus, Tetriminos will appear across two reels on the grid.

    The exact number of Tetriminos that appear will be based on the size of the playing grid:

    Grid Size
    Number of Tetriminos
    Reel Size

    Create clusters by matching Tetriminos and Minos symbols on the grid in groups of five or more. 

    Winning clusters of Minos symbols will explode off the reels, leaving space for more to appear!

    Tetriminos won't explode. The bonus will end when there are no new Tetriminos symbols on the grid.

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 94.07%

    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 £94.07 of wins.