Casino Races - Points calculation, minimum bet per spin, tied players after race's conclusion

How does the points system work in Casino Races?

The Casino Races points system is based on total accumulated multipliers. A multiplier is the amount won in each spin divided by the amount wagered.

The points scored for the spin will be calculated as follows: multiplier x 100.

In some Casino Races, the accumulated multiplier over the entire race is registered as your score. In others, the highest accumulated multiplier over rounds of spins or a certain number of maximum spins (or a combination of both) registers as your score. For example, after the first round, your score is 100. In the second round, you only managed to have 7 spins, but your score is 120. The second round is higher than the first one and will be registered on the Leader Board as your high score.

To qualify, your spin needs to meet the minimum bet requirement for a race. If you win Free Spins or other bonus features after a qualifying spin, all the winnings from them (as well as the initial spin) will be considered winnings, and the points will be calculated accordingly.

Each Casino Race is unique. Consult each individual Casino Race for information on how that race scores.

What's the minimum bet per spin?

Each Casino Race has a minimum bet per spin. You can find the minimum bet amount on the race card.

Before you opt into a Casino Race, check out the minimum bet requirement as any bets lower than the minimum amount stated in the Casino Races lobby won't count.

What happens if there is a tie in points?

Tied players are ranked by descending order based on the number of spins made. For example:

  • Player A made 2,000 spins, and his highest score is 1,000 points.
  • Player B made 1,500 spins and also has 1,000 points.

Player A will receive the highest position.

If the players are tied with the same number of points and spins, then whichever player registered first will be given the higher position.

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