How It Works
Slot Tournaments have each participant pay a set entry fee in Coins. Once entered, each player gets an equal number of spins to play the selected slot game. Each winning spin awards points toward your overall score instead of Coins.
Each Tournament has a set amount of time for players to complete all the available spins. At the end of the Tournaments the players who collected the most points share portions of the total Prize Pool, a collection of all the entry fees.
Because the number of players often varies in each Tournament, the size of the Prize Pool can vary widely, with low payouts for small tournaments and high payouts for larger ones. The larger ones have more opponents and are harder to win, so it all evens out.
Note: Players do need to play all the spins in order to receive winnings.
Two Types of Tournaments
This Tournament pays out to the top 20% of the finishers. What each place receives depends on how many players are in the Tournament.
Example: If there are 84 players, the top 20% would be the top 16 (rounded down from 16.8) getting a Coin award.
This Tournament pays out to the top 10% of finishers, and the bottom 10% of finishers.
Example: If there are 84 players in a high low tournament, the top 8 win Coins, and the bottom 8 (ranked 76-84) also win.
No Coins are awarded until the Tournament is complete, so you don't get the Coins right away. They're awarded automatically when the Tournament's time limit is over. There is a quick display in-game, and you get an Email with your results for each Tournament. By the time you read the Email with the results, the Coins have already been added to your total if you were a winner.
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