First Person Dream Catcher

First Person Dream Catcher

There's plenty on offer in the casino game First Person Dream Catcher - enjoy a fully immersive gameplay with the chance to win 2x and 7x multipliers!


    First Person Dream Catcher Game Overview

    The chip sizes available in First Person Dream Catcher range from 10p to £100.

    The aim of First Person Dream Catcher is to correctly guess what number the wheel will land on.

    This game features a super-sized wheel with 54 segments of equal size - 52 segments are numbered and two segments are multiplier positions.


    How to Play First Person Dream Catcher

    Start by playing placing your bet(s) on what number or numbers you think the wheel will land on.

    Possible numbers are: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40.

    Payout odds correspond to the winning number: e.g. five pays 5: 1, 10 pays 10: 1, and so on.

    The wheel also features two ‘multiplier’ positions (2x and 7x), which act as bonus spins and multiply the next win.


    Bonus Spin Multiplier Rules

    If the wheel stops on a multiplier segment, all bets remain in place and the wheel will re-spin. 

    It's not possible to place any new bets in this circumstance.

    As always, the payout will depend on the outcome of the next spin - the odds, however, will be multiplied by the value of the multiplier segment that the wheel stopped on in the last spin.

    If the wheel stops on another multiplier segment, the process will repeat.

    This continues until the wheel lands on a numbered segment.

    Consecutive multipliers can happen up to a maximum win of £500,000, or to a maximum set by the licensee.


    Payouts

    Number on WheelNumber of SegmentsPays
    1231:1
    2152:1
    575:1
    10410:1
    20220:1
    40140:1
    2x1Multiplies the payout of the next winning number by 2x
    7x1Multiplies the payout of the next winning number by 7x

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 96.58%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.58 of wins.