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Weekend in Vegas

Released on June 21, 2015 by Betsoft Gaming; Weekend in Vegas is an html5 video slot adaptation of Las Vegas, where three friends—Chris, Ben, and Larry—spend their weekend while gambling. Themes: card values, snooker, wheel of fortune, casino, and pole dance.

Other Las Vegas-inspired Betsoft-owned games: Sin City Nights (January 2017) and Mr. Vegas (June 2010). Tycoons (Betsoft; November 2011) is relatable too. Weekend in Vegas’ rival games include Vegas Nights (September 2017) from Pragmatic Play, Vegas Lux (May 2020) from RTG, and Vegas Nights (June 2012) from IGT.

One symbol (police car) requires two, three, four, or five winning combinations. Nine symbols (Chris, Ben, Larry, pole dancer, A, K, Q, J, and 10) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Weekend in Vegas Game Characteristics

Weekend in Vegas has a partitioned 5X3 grid that is embedded on the dotted orange-and-yellow entryway of a casino in downtown Las Vegas. Features: 243 left-to-right winning ways, eleven coin denominations, twelve symbols, five bet levels, 55 total bets, click-and-reveal bonus game, retriggerable free games, symbol-locking free re-spin, side game, and regularly pays from $0.02 to $1500.00.

Weekend in Vegas has six special symbols and six ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the substitute is a starry, dotted “wild Fabulous Las Vegas” signpost (regular game: on second and forth reels; free games: on inner reels); the free games-triggering is a ford “scatter” police car; the money wheel-related feature is a three-ringed wheel of fortune; and three bonus game-triggering friends—cellphone-holding, neat Ben in Vegas; unkempt, bespectacled Chris by the road; and champagne-holding, hairy, and plump Larry wearing suspenders and sunglasses.

Ordinary symbols: pole dancer; lime green A among casino chips; red K on poker table; orange Q; green J; and crystal 10.

Weekend in Vegas’ coin denominations (also bet level 1’s bet sizes): $0.25 (minimum bet), $0.50, $0.75, $1.00, $1.25, $2.50, $3.75, $5.00, $6.25, $12.50, and $25.00. Bet level 2: $0.50, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $25.00, and $50.00.

Bet level 3: $0.75, $1.50, $2.25, $3.00, $3.75, $7.50, $11.25, $15.00, $18.75, $37.50, and $75.00. Bet level 4: $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $10.00, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00, $50.00, and $100.00. Bet level 5: $1.25, $2.50, $3.75, $5.00, $6.25, $12.50, $18.75, $25.00, $31.25, $62.50, and $125.00 (maximum bet).

The $125.00 bet offers these Weekend in Vegas payouts for three, four, or five winning combinations. Chris, or Ben, or Larry pays $25.00, $100.00, and $175.00. Pole dancer pays $125.00, $250.00, and $1500.00. A pays $40.00, $150.00, and $1000.00. K, or Q pays $20.00, $100.00, and $500.00. J, or 10 pays $10.00, $75.00, and $300.00.

Two, three, four, and five scattered police cars offer these payouts and wins-doubling free games, respectively: $250.00; $375.00 and eight free games; $625.00 and twelve free games; and $1250.00 and 20 free games.

Following the free games, the three-ringed wheel of fortune—played by pressing the core “spin” icon—has these features. Outer ring: $250.00, $375.00, $500.00, and marker. Middle ring: $750.00, $1000.00, $1250.00, and marker. Innermost ring: $2500.00, $6250.00, $12500.00.

Any of the three full-bodied Las Vegans may land on two, or three, or four reels; the triggering man is locked for the following free re-spin. Three/four/five-of-a-kind of Chris, or Ben, or Larry prompt the casino-choosing bonus game; progressively selecting the six currency-emitting casinos (red-and-pink, blue-and-green, red, green-and-yellow, dark green, or teal facilities).

In the (collectible) payout-nullifying/doubling side game, players predict a coin’s sides—heads (bust) or tails (starry “Las Vegas”). Weekend in Vegas’ non-progressive jackpot is $1210500.00.

The good Weekend in Vegas software: desktop and mobile versions; quick spin; and 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, and 100 autospins. Sounds include: lounge music, shattering, noisy revelers, ringing, and police siren. The cinematic video clips: casinos emitting legal tender, glitter effect, gesturing friends, police pursuit, beer-drinking Ben, casino hopping, and falling casino chips.

Luck in Weekend in Vegas
A game of chance, Weekend in Vegas’ RTP rate is 96.12% and the house edge is 3.88%.


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In 2003, Chris Moneymaker won the WSOP Main Event, starting the online poker boom. In 1955, The Dunes Casino and Hotel opened in Las Vegas. In 1986, professional poker player Steve Billirakis was born.

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