The Cup Carnaval slot is a football-themed one, with the action taking place on a football pitch somewhere in football-mad Brazil. It comes with all the football-related icons you would expect, has a respectable array of bonuses and is made by Eyecon.
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A Cup Carnaval Of The Ages!
The Cup Carnaval slot has five reels and twenty-five paylines. The featured icons comprise standard playing card values, in addition to football boots and gloves, a rocket, trumpets, a Carnaval dancer and a green and yellow football.
An Autoplay mode is supported on this slot and can be set for up to 100 spins. Players can also decide the number of paylines they want to rock ‘n roll with, by clicking the “Change Lines” tab.
There is also an optional gamble bonus. To play this, players must stake their most recent wins and pick the correct choice from the two options presented to them. A win sees the stake doubled, a loss results in the elimination of the whole stake and a maximum of five consecutive correct guesses are allowed.
Performing the role of the wild in the Cup Carnaval slot is the aforementioned green and yellow ball. This icon exclusively appears on the first, third and fifth reel and replaces all the other icons save for the scatter- a thin and lovely Carnaval dancer. Payouts during gameplay get tripled when a wild icon is among the winning combo.
Landing 2, 3, 4 or 5 of the scatter icon anywhere within view leads to a payout of 2x, 5x, 15x or 300x the stake respectively. As well as the award of between 15 to 25 free spins. Should wild icons appear on the reels during the free spins bonus round, they will expand and cover all vacant reel positions.
More free spins can as well be re-triggered from within the round by landing three and up of the scatter icons.
The Cup Carnaval slot is pretty much unremarkable among the host of other football-themed slots out there. It’s colourful, has a bonus mode that’s certainly rewarding, as well as icons and graphics that do a good job of keeping players entertained and catering to their football fantasies. Overall, it should be worth a look and perhaps a samba dance or two!