|Game:||Global Cup Soccer||Paylines:||1|
|Manufacturer:||Rival Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.10 – £30.00|
|Bonus Features:||No||Free Spins:||No|
|RTP:||93.18%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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It’s always a good time to play a football-themed online slot and that’s because whatever time of year it is the beautiful game is happening somewhere. In the years with World Cups and other continental championships it never seems to stop and that can be a good thing depending on your point of view of course. Global Cup Soccer is a footie-related game from Rival Gaming which will appeal to those who prefer a simpler type of slot.
Global Cup plays out over three reels and just one payline and those big clear reels occupy the space in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. Above the reels is game’s logo which involves a selection of national flags underneath a big gold ‘Global Cup Soccer’. The paytable with all your potential winnings takes up the left of the screen.
The footie-related symbols include a football, single/double/triple bars, bronze, silver ands gold trophies and the referee. The ref is the most valuable symbol and worth 2500x your stake for three on a payline.
The football is pretty handy and acts as a scatter symbol; one anywhere on the payline will return your stake and two will multiply it by 5x.
Additionally any three mixed trophies will win you 10x your stake and three mixed bars will earn you 5x.
How It Works
Start by selecting your stake using using the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ buttons underneath the paytable (£0.10 – £10.00). Now you can multiply that amount by two or three by increasing the coin value. This will also double or triple your potential payouts and means your maximum stake can be as much as £30.00.
Note that the jackpot amount increases by more than 3x when you are using three coins so there is an incentive to play with maximum coins if you can afford it.
This is another solid classic slot from Rival Gaming; the depth of the theme is a bit thin and it could use some football-related background sounds but otherwise it’s a decent effort and well worth playing.