Great Bear

Great Bear

Swing into a jungle full of big wins with Great Bear.


    Great Bear Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Great Bear range from 40p to £20.

    Betting in this game is fixed at 20 paylines.


    Symbol Climb Feature

    This feature can be triggered after any payline win.

    During it, winning symbols will be upgraded to the next highest-value symbol.

    All of the matching symbols on the reels are also upgraded.

    They will continue until a symbol is transformed into a Wild symbol, or until an upgrade fails.

    The feature ladder resets before the next spin begins.


    Gift of the Great Bear Feature

    Triggering at least two symbol upgrades offers the chance for the Gift of the Great Bear feature to be triggered.

    The triggering upgrades must not have reached the Wild symbol for this to occur.

    The Great Bear continues until the Symbol Climb Feature is triggered.


    Great Bear Multiplier Feature

    This feature can be triggered after any spin where at least one five-of-a-kind Wild symbol win occurs.

    During it, the winning symbols on the centre reel will spin at the same time as they attempt to upgrade to a 2x Wild symbol.

    If the symbols upgrade to 2x, they then attempt to upgrade to 3x, 5x and 10x until they either fail or reach 10x.

    The final multiplier value reached will be applied to the Wild symbol win.


    Great Bear Bonus

    Landing three Bonus Scatter symbols on reels 2-4 during the base game triggers the Great Bear Bonus.

    Five winning spins will be guaranteed when this bonus is triggered.

    Any successful symbol upgrades will remain in-place until the end of the bonus round.

    When an upgrade occurs, it will be removed from the ladder and is no longer active.

    The bonus round is ended when you have achieved five winning spins.

    It is not possible to re-trigger this bonus round.

    A different set of reels is used during this feature. 


    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 96.07%

    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 £96.07 of wins.