What Is a Slot?
A Slot is a type of game machine, similar to a video slot, which pays out winnings based on symbols lined up on a pay line. The player chooses a betting amount and starts the slot machine, which spins the reels and stops when the machine reaches the number of virtual stops that correspond to the winning line.
A winning combination of symbols is formed by getting at least one symbol on an active payline as indicated in the game’s help screen, and if the same symbols are also present on a payline, the player wins credits based on the previous bet. The number of credits a player actually wins depends on the type of slot machine, the available symbols and how the win factors for each symbol are configured.
RTP – stands for Return to Player, which is the theoretical percentage that a slot gives back to its players in the long run. A high RTP means that a slot keeps a large portion of its payouts in the casino, while a low RTP will make it more likely for you to lose your money.
Bonus – is another term for a free spin or other reward. This can be awarded if a special symbol appears on an active payline, and it usually triggers a bonus round.
Theme – is an important aspect of any slot game. Theme determines the style of graphics, sounds and other features in the game.