Rolling in Gold

Rolling in Gold

Play the slot game Rolling in Gold, which features thousands of paylines plus exciting bonuses, including Wild Symbols, Money Scatters and Gold Spins!


    Rolling in Gold Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Rolling in Gold range from 10p to £50.  

    There are up to 2,304 paylines available in this game.


    Wild Symbols

    Wilds substitute for all symbols except Scatter and Money symbols in this game.

    They can only land on reels one and two. 

    You'll be paid the highest win per winning combination only. 


    Money Scatter Symbols

    Money Scatters can land in any position on reels three, four, five and six. 

    Wins involving a Money Scatter are added to reel wins. 


    Gold Spins

    If triggered, you'll be awarded three gold spins at the start of this feature.

    The triggering Money Scatter symbols will hold in place as all other positions spin (positions spin individually during Gold Spins).

    Both Money and Diamond Scatter symbols are active during this feature. 

    Each time a Money Scatter symbol lands, your remaining number of gold spins will re-set to three. 

    The feature ends if a Money Scatter symbol doesn't appear three times in a row, or if every position is filled with a Money Scatter. 

    If this happens, you'll be awarded the value of all Money symbols in-view.

    Land a Diamond Scatter symbol while playing this feature to trigger the Diamond Spins Bonus.

    The Diamond Spins Bonus will be played when Gold Spins has finished.


    Diamond Spins

    Any Money Scatter symbols that appear during Diamond Spins will be added to the Bonus Win panel. 

    Money Scatter symbols do not hold over between spins.

    There's a win multiplier above reels one and two on every spin in this bonus game.

    The win multiplier can multiply Money Scatter symbols up to 10x. 

    Wins will be awarded at the end of the feature and regular play will then resume.


    Return to Player 

    Return to Player (RTP): 95.45%.

    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 £95.45 of wins.