While all eyes are on America when it comes to the future of iGaming and eSports. We cannot forget that originally it’s Europe that broke the ground for online gaming and online casinos. In fact, even today we know that many leading game providers have their HQ on the old continent. And they’re setting trends, that for now mostly European casinos benefit from. But it doesn’t mean they won’t reach the garden state soon.
One of the common trends that we see nowadays in Europe is Megaways slots. Originally this game mechanic was primarily used by emerging game studios that aren’t yet licensed in New Jersey. But recently we’ve learned that Scientific Games embraced this new trend too. Which means that Megaways slots could indeed be just around the corner for NJ casino players.
What are mega ways slots?
Megaways slots are super engaging because the number of betways always change with every spin. So, the number of possible winning combo players can make in a spin varies from one spin to another. But, the bet placed by players won’t. As a rule of thumb, Megaways slots by default offer a minimum of 1024 or 4026 ways to win. And in some instances, they can reach well over 266,000 ways to win.
But of course, all games are different, which means the dynamic paylines can vary from one title to another. And so do the game mechanics. However, it’s worth knowing that Megaways slots all have one thing in common. Indeed, besides the dynamic paylines, they all have huge game interfaces. Plus, the reels contain a mixture of single and colossal symbols.
Games to keep an eye out for
As we mentioned above, Scientific Games has recently embraced the Megaways pay structure. In fact, in the past months, they’ve revamped 2 of their hit games Raging Rhino and Medusa. And both slot games are now available in Europe with a dynamic pay structure. Since Scientific Games is first and foremost an American company, it’s fair to assume they could indeed release these games in New Jersey too. But perhaps they’re just testing the water in Europe at the moment. Who knows? But one thing is sure, slot games are evolving, and Megaways could well become a standard in a not so distant future.