Trigger some huge wins with a spin of the Money Wheel on MONOPOLY Live.
The bet sizes available in MONOPOLY Live range from £1 to £1,000.
The ‘Chance’ Segments
If the wheel stops on a ‘Chance’ segment, Mr. Monopoly will present you with a Chance card, showing either a random cash prize or a random multiplier bonus.
Should a cash prize be shown, each player will be awarded the random cash amount shown on the card.
If the Chance card shows a multiplier bonus, all bets remain in place, before the game host spins the wheel again.
The multiplier won will multiply the winnings for this next spin.
If you receive a multiplier once more, your multiplier will be multiplied.
For instance, if you bet £100 on segment 5 and you get a Chance card with a 8x multiplier you will win £100 x 8 x 5, which is £4,000.
Should a Bonus game be the result of the following spin, you will only win if you placed a bet on ‘2 Rolls’ or ‘4 Rolls’.
You qualify for the Bonus game by placing bets on ‘2 Rolls’ and ‘4 Rolls’ in the money wheel game.
You can still watch and enjoy the Bonus game if you haven't placed a bet on either of these segments, although you won't be able to claim any prizes in it.
Qualifying players join Mr. Monopoly as he enters his augmented reality 3D MONOPOLY world when the Bonus game is triggered, stepping around the 3D MONOPOLY board picking up prizes, multipliers and more.
The walk is determined by a pair of dice.
All of the famous MONOPOLY board elements are in this 3D world, including Go, Chance and Community Chest, in addition to houses and hotels, Jail and Super Tax.
The distribution of segments on the wheel and corresponding payout odds and games are listed below:
|Segment on Wheel||Number of Segments||Payout|
|Chance||2||Random Cash Prize Multiplier|
|2 Rolls||3||Activates Bonus Round and two rolls of the dice.|
|4 Rolls||1||Activates Bonus Round and four rolls of the dice.|
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 96.23%.
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 £96.23 of wins.