SG Digital’s Red Rum On The Reels

Each year we see hundreds of people dressed up in three piece suits and fancy dresses with big hats at the Grand National. It’s the biggest event in the horse racing calendar in the entire world, but what if we could revisit that any time we like? And what if we could do it with the biggest and best loved champions? Thanks to SG Digital, we can, as The Grand National: Race of Champions delivers it all in slots form and at one heck of a gallop.

We Came, We Spun, We Conquered

More and more horse racing-themed slots seem to be hitting our reels. This five reel, forty payline slot takes on the likes of NetEnt’s Scudamore’s Super Stakes slot in a bid to land the top horse racing slot prize. This time round though, we get to celebrate the Grand National with some actual real life winning legends. Red Rum, Foinavon, Aldaniti, West Tip and Seagram all appear as the high paying symbols. Even better, when we get five of a kind we get a very generous payout, without having to head to the bookies to place a bet!

The Grand National: Race of Champions comes with its own Free Spins round, which is triggered when we land three, four of five of the Golden Horseshoe Scatters on the reels. We then get either eight, 16 or 30 Free spins. And, as we have proved in the past, we can build a bankroll with as little as five free spins so the fact we have added Wilds during the bonus feature means we have plenty here to create glittering wins along the way. While it may not have as many fun features as Scudamore’s Super Stakes, we can at least stick our finger in the air and say “Red Rum, Red Rum” in a croaky voice.

An Easy Trip To The Races

As horse racing grows in popularity, we’re excited that it’s making more inroads to the slots reels. It means we can put on our best attire, sit on our sofa and immerse ourselves in a gee-gee/slots hybrid experience. We’re just waiting for some innovative slots developer to throw in some greyhounds to take things to the next level.

By | 2019-05-29T10:20:20+00:00 May 31st, 2019|News|0 Comments