Celebration of Wealth slot is part of a trilogy of progressive jackpot slots developed by Play’N Go and released in September 2020. We again visit the Chinese theme and associated imagery featured in 100’s of slot before it. But does Celebration of Wealth have anything new to offer and how does it compare to the other 2 slots in this trilogy, Beast of Wealth and Temple of Wealth.
Symbols and Graphics
Value for Money
Celebration of Wealth is an enjoyable slot to play thanks to it’s superb visuals, upbeat atmosphere, progressive jackpots and options to choose between on the free spins bonus. The base game is perhaps a little bland with a lack of modifiers but it’s all about the possibility of the progressive jackpot landing which keeps things spiced up. The expanding grid making for a massive 7,776 ways to win at its maximum is also an exciting feature.
Celebration of Wealth Slot Stats
243 to 7,776
How it Pays and Plays
Beast of Wealth is played on a 5 reel 3 row slot grid. There are 243 ways to win which can expand up to a maximum of 7,776, setting it apart from the other two slots of the trilogy.
The default RTP is a set at a reasonable 96.2% with a maximum win of 5,000x possible.
The volatility is rated at 8/10, so you can be sire that it’s fairly high up the scale but not extreme.
A single spin can cost you between 10p/cents up to $/£/€100 which will suit players of all levels.
Free spins are on offer along with 4 progressive Jackpots.
Symbols and Graphics
Celebration of Wealth slot has a carnival atmosphere look and feel to it. The music is more upbeat than the other slots in the series. When you hit the free spins bonus you’ll also see fireworks being let off in the background, helping to immerse you in the game and increase the excitement. It looks visually very appealing, as we are becoming used to with Play’N Go slots.
The lower paying symbols start from 10s through to Aces which will pay you 0.8x for 5 of a kind.
Premium symbols are Chinese coins, cymbals, firecrackers, a red Chinese lantern and as the top paying symbol there is a dancing dragon, this will give you 10x for 5 of a kind.
Wild symbols are a pair of Fu Babies beating a drum. These will substitute for all symbols except for the Scatter. Each time they land and form part of a winning combo they will come to life and beat the drum with the associated sound effect.
The Scatter symbol is a vibrant festival scene with red lanterns and Chinese buildings, when they land a firework will be shot into the sky and explode along with the sound effects, adding a nice touch to things.
The progressive jackpot can be won by landing a Wild symbol on any reel when that reel turns to gold during the base game. This can happen randomly at any time.
You will have to pick from a range of symbols to reveal 3 matching symbols. Whichever 3 matching symbols you reveal first will give you the corresponding jackpot.
Free Spins Bonus
3, 4 or 5 Scatters will give you 5x, 10x or 50x your stake in reward, along with 8 free spins which can be retriggered during the bonus round by landing 3 or more Scatters again.
You will be given the option of which free spin you want to choose, as is the case with the other slots in this series, it’s all about giving you some control over the bonus round, well, at least feeling like you have some control over things!
The choices revolve around the number of reels and rows in pay which will in turn increase the amount of ways to win, of course, the more ways to win you choose the less free spins you’ll receive. This goes as follows:
- 20 free spins = 3×5 grid and 243 paylines
- 15 free spins = 4×5 grid and 1024 paylines
- 10 free spins = 5×5 grid and 3125 paylines
- 5 free spins = 6×5 grid and 7,776 paylines
There is also the option of choosing a mystery oick which will select one of these options for you at random.
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