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Centre Court Slots Review
What are the two main things slots and sports have in common? Excitement and adrenaline. So, when these are combined, the result is always a winner! One such example is Centre Court slots from Microgaming – a high-intensity, tennis-themed video slot inspired by the world famous Wimbledon Tennis Championship. Keep reading to find out how this slot compares to the real thing!
Centre Court Slots Overview
All the action in Centre Court slots takes place over five reels and nine paylines. The reels are set on a finely-cut surface of a grass court. The main symbols are four different tennis players – two ladies and two gents – and a Match Point logo, whereas the lower values are represented by the 10, J, Q, K and A playing card icons designed with tennis props.
Special symbols are a tennis ball scatter which triggers the main feature and a Centre Court trophy wild.
The 2D graphics themselves are actually quite basic and it could have been nice if there were some animations whenever a winning combination is formed. There is some animation, however, when you land the game's wild and scatter icons on the reels. The latter is definitely worth fetching because two or more will score you points even if they aren’t lined up on a payline.
How To Play Centre Court Slots
First, set up a bet that best suits your need and your gambling style. Click the “-/+” buttons below the shiny coin to adjust your coin denomination which ranges from 0.01 to 0.25. Press ‘Coins’ to change the number of coins you're wagering. Next, click ‘Lines’ to choose how many active paylines you wish to play on. Press ‘Spin’ to start the reels, or use the ‘Bet Max’ button to wager 10 coins and play on all 9 paylines.
How To Win Centre Court Slots
In Centre Court slots, all wins pay left to right except scatter, which pays both ways. Win combination can be made with at least three matching symbols and the payouts are the following: 10 pays 50 coins for five on a payline, J is worth 60, Q is 75 coins and landing five of the K and A symbols will award you with 100 and 150 coins, respectively.
The lowest-paying symbol of the higher values is a female tennis player hitting a forehand shot which is worth 300 coins for five. Going up in lucrativeness is a male player hitting a backhand slice, paying 400 coins for five-of-a-kind, then another female making a fierce backhand with a payout of 500 coins, followed by a male player smashing a wining ace down the line which will award you with 700 coins for a combination of five. The most symbol is the Match Point icon, which will multiply the coins on that payline by 800 if you land five in a row.
Centre Court Slots Bonus Features
We know you won’t say no to free spins and Centre Court slots offers you an impressive eighteen if you manage to land three, four or five of the tennis ball symbols anywhere on the reels.
With each spin, you have an opportunity to get a random multiplier of 2x, 3x, 4x, or 5x applied to any win, making this a pretty profitable game, especially because the spins can be re-triggered from within the round by landing three additional scatters.
The wild will also appear stacked in this bonus round which means the symbols can appear on top of one another, potentially offering a bigger chance to land winning combos.
If you’re feeling particularly lucky, you can wager your most recent win and click the ‘Gamble’ button underneath the reels. This will take you to a separate side screen where you will see a playing card turned over. Then, all you need to do is pick the correct colour to double your money or a correct suit to quadruple it. However, if you guess wrongly, you will slice your winnings out of play, so be careful! Our advice is - after you’ve won once or twice, take your winnings back to the base game.
Our Centre Court Slots Review
This tennis-themed slot machine from Microgaming is an excellent choice for any sports fans out there thanks to its high octane spinning action and potentially profitable free spins feature. Unfortunately, unlike some of its competitors, Centre Court slots doesn’t give you the option to serve out a reel against Rafa or Roger. All in all, it’s a fairly basic-looking slot with some nicely animated symbols and tennis-related sound effects; the free spins turn it into a game which can be profitable and entertaining.