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How to Play World Cup Slots

Step 1World Cup Slots can be started by placing your wager, by clicking on the stake line button, to set your wager between £0.05p and £10.

Step 2 – There are 20 possible pay lines that you can activate in World Cup Slots. You can adjust them accordingly to your own liking, by clicking on the lines button. You will need all 20 pay lines activated to win the big jackpot though!

Step 3 – Click the red spin button to begin playing. If you are fortunate enough to score a goal, you'll be instantly informed by a flashing pay line.

World Cup Slots Game Review

This World Cup slots machine is just the ticket if you're a bit of gambler and a die hard sports fan. This, coupled with a few bets on here on there on several matches via a sports book and you've got yourself a good weekend of football. Despite the game looking a little outdated, being based on the 2010 World Cup, it is still great fun!

World Cup Slots games are in demand as the popularity of football increases. The reels of this slot, have been decorated accordingly with images of your favourite football stars, or at least, the best known. Lionel Messi and Fernando Torres are represented along with Brazil and Germany stars to add to the collection of whistles, boots, footballs, the world map, Africa and of course, the golden World Cup itself to make up the icons featured in the game.

The World Cup Slot jackpot is accumulated after collecting five world cups, with all pay lines activated and the maximum bet placed. Boots, whistles and footballs also pay dividends too, whilst three or more world maps (scatter cards) triggers a bonus game, and three or more Africa icons offers
a free spin.

You can also try your hand at Top Trumps World Cup Slots free. If you feel like a bit of football spinning fun, why not give the World Cup Slots demo a go, and train yourself to understand the symbols of the game, before playing with real money!

7:44 am Aug 12, 2014