California Man Wins $11.8 Million Megabucks Jackpot on $3 Bet

A California man named Rodolfo T. has won a Megabucks jackpot worth $11.8 million. And what’s interesting is that Rodolfo’s win came on a $3 bet. He was playing the Megabucks slot machine at Vegas’ Fremont Hotel and Casino when his win occurred. He made the maximum $3 wager to ensure that he qualified for …

How are Free Slots Spins Results Determined?

Landing free slots spins is one of the most exciting things in gaming. After all who doesn’t love a chance to win free money in the casino!? But one common question that comes up is whether or not your free spin results are pre-determined when they’re awarded. Let’s examine this question by discussing how slots …

Slots Tricks Used by Land-based Casinos

Gamblers have wondered what kind of tricks the house uses since the dawn of gaming. Such is true of slot machines because players want to know what slots tricks are at play The reality is that there are no illegal tricks being used. Otherwise a casino would quickly lose its license. But you will find …

Australian Slots Problem hasn’t Gone Away

Slots are supposed to be a fun form of entertainment. But many Australians are finding it hard to stay within their bankroll. And the Australian slots problem only seems to be growing. The Straits Times dove into this dilemma, including an interview with health policy academic Professor Laurie Brown. But Brown wasn’t being interviewed for …

How Slots are Made – Green Screens and Voice-overs

Green screens and voice-overs are often saved for making movies. But this is exactly how slots are made at Everi. The Las Vegas-based slots maker creates modern slot machines that go far beyond the cherries and BAR symbols of yesteryear. That said, let’s cover the process Everi uses to make its games while also discussing …

Skill-based Slots Maker GameCo Looks towards Australia

GameCo, which makes skill-based slots, hasn’t had much luck in casinos so far. But they’re hoping to change this by focusing on the Australian market. “Australian operators have shown interest in skill-based [machines] and our games,” said GameCo CEO Blaine Graboyes. “There are a number of efforts under way within the region to consider how …