Official Videoslots presents Battle of Slots!

MrEvil

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I was hoping it would prove me wrong and pay, for once. But nope, paid close to nothing this time too.

I used to think one of these rewards have to give me a decent win eventually, but no. Same shit, every damn time.
 

ESCJAMIE

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it’s time for the September Videoslots Battle Weekend! Get ready to take on your fellow players on these two slots from Red Tiger Gaming and NetEnt. Gonzo’s Quest Megaways hosts the 10-man Battles, while Twin Spin brings the 30-man Battles. And remember, the Battle Weekends kicks off tomorrow at 00:01 GMT sharp!

Winners of the Battles can get up to 6 Extra Spins, while a prize draw at the end of the Battle Weekend will win 5 players no less than €200 in cash. In case you want all the details, you can find them below:

  • Start Date & Time: Saturday the 26th September 2020 00:01 GMT
  • End Date & Time: Sunday the 27th September 2020 23:59 GMT
  • Battles Type: Sit & Go Freerolls
  • 10-man Battles: Gonzo’s Quest Megaways (Red Tiger Gaming) €0.10
  • 30-man Battles: Twin Spin (NetEnt) €0.25
  • Max number of players per Battle: 10 & 30
  • Spins per Battle: 25
  • Bet level: See game name
  • Duration per Battle: 10 minutes
 

Kroffe

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Twin spin, is that some new slot?
I dont think they have used that one before.

And Red tigger...:puke:


Twin spin is not bad, but playing the same all the time gets a bit boring.
 

goatwack

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Don't see the problem, it's a balanced set of games. No one plays the Battles for the 'fun' factor but what the resultant Rewards might yield.

Hence, Twin Spin is at a decent value and also likely to farm lots of solid, if unspectacular, returns

Gonzo's will likely return less but is fairly high-variance and can kick out good bonuses, so that's more of a longshot.

Overall I'd say good choices
 

MrEvil

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Don't see the problem, it's a balanced set of games. No one plays the Battles for the 'fun' factor but what the resultant Rewards might yield.

Hence, Twin Spin is at a decent value and also likely to farm lots of solid, if unspectacular, returns

Gonzo's will likely return less but is fairly high-variance and can kick out good bonuses, so that's more of a longshot.

Overall I'd say good choices
Not very balanced when it's always a low rtp red tiger with 15/10 volatility. There are plenty medium to medium high volatility play n go slots they could have picked, like that Crystal Sun slot we had a long time ago, that actually gave some decent wins.

Or they could have picked Blinged, Pimped, or if they wanted a high volatility slot they could have picked Saxon. There are plenty of slots they have never used, but they keep using the same maximum volatility slots that only a handful of people will get anything decent out of.

To me it looks like a lack of imagination, or they are trying to save as much money as possible, quantity over quality.
 

kidgloves

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Yeah, I reckon they've ran lots of math model sims on various slots and choose the slots which come within their 'expected liability' values, give or take a bit of variance.
Low volatility slots like Bloodsuckers probably cost them more in the long run and I guess they daren't put DOA 1/2 in there for the lumpy all or nothing nature.
I like Twin Spin, it is quite lumpy but not out there on getting a decent 3/4 reel link up to hit. Gonzo's is pennies/nothing most of the time.
 

MrEvil

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Yeah, I reckon they've ran lots of math model sims on various slots and choose the slots which come within their 'expected liability' values, give or take a bit of variance.
Low volatility slots like Bloodsuckers probably cost them more in the long run and I guess they daren't put DOA 1/2 in there for the lumpy all or nothing nature.
I like Twin Spin, it is quite lumpy but not out there on getting a decent 3/4 reel link up to hit. Gonzo's is pennies/nothing most of the time.
We have had DoA 2 several times, and it's been very unrewarding every time.

Just to clarify: I love high volatility slots like DoA 2 etc, i just don't think it's fun to have them in these battles. You usually don't get enough free spins to grind out a feature, so it's often a lot of time spent earning rewards, only to get dead spins when you play them.

It's not entirely Videoslots fault, providers keep pushing the max win up, and the money to pay for those wins has to come from somewhere.

Twin Spin is usually good, and a good choice.
 

Mr_Slot5

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TwinSpin battles down for 10 mins already...how does this happen every time :eek2:
 
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