Break da Bank Again Megaways

There are plenty of opportunities to win at the slot game Break da Bank Again Megaways, which offers more than 117k paylines!

    Break da Bank Again Megaways Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Break da Bank Again Megaways range from 20p to £20.

    This game uses the Megaways mechanic, which features up to 117,649 ways to win.

    Wild Symbols

    Wilds replace all symbols apart from Scatters in this game.

    They can land on different reels during the main game and Free Spins:

    • Main game - Wilds can only land on the extra reel
    • Free Spins - Wilds can land on reels two to five, as well as the extra reel

    If a Wild contributes to a win, that win will pay out 5x.

    Free Spins Bonus

    Four different sized Free Spins Scatter symbols are available in both the base game and Free Spins Bonus.

    Land two or more Scatters to trigger this feature and be awarded the following:

    Triggering Scatters
    210 free spins, plus pays 2x your bet
    315 free spins, plus pays 2x your bet

    Each time a Scatter lands during the feature, you will receive extra free spins as per below:

    Number of Scatters
    Extra Free Spins Awarded

    A win multiplier is active during the round - it can increase an unlimited amount of times. 

    The multiplier starts at 1x and increases with each roll of the Rolling Reels.

    Bets in Free Spins are the same as the triggering spin.

    Hot Mode

    Win 15 free spins for a chance to activate this feature. 

    Hot Mode can award a starting win multiplier of 20x.

    If Free Spins is re-triggered during Hot Mode, the active multiplier value will not be affected.

    Rolling Reels 

    The Rolling Reels feature is available in both the main game and Free Spins Bonus. 

    It sees all winning symbols, except Scatters, removed from the reels.

    This creates empty positions for new symbols to 'roll' into and potentially award multiple consecutive wins.

    Return to Player 

    Return to Player (RTP): 96.05%.

    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 £96.05 of wins.