Viva Scratch Vegas is a £1 instant win scratch card game with a Progressive Jackpot. The scratch card has two games to play to create wins. The bonus ‘Vegas Wheel’ game is activated by finding a Vegas Wheel symbol in one of the squares in Game 2.
The stake value is set £1 for each card and cannot be adjusted. Once a game has started, the player can ‘scratch’ the foil away from each of the 2 areas on the card by holding and dragging over the relevant area. As the user ‘scratches’ the foil, the values underneath are revealed, along with the effect of the foil being scratched off.
Game 1: BLACKJACK
The player reveals 2 cards within the ‘Dealer's Hand’ game area. The player then has 2 chances to beat the ‘Dealer’s Hand’ by revealing 2 cards of their own in the 'Your Hand 1' or 'Your Hand 2' game areas. The player wins if a hand’s collective amount is greater than the ‘Dealer’s Hand’ collective amount. The player loses if any of their hand’s collective amounts are less than the ‘Dealer’s Hand’.
If the player beats the ‘Dealer’s Hand’, they win £3. If the player beats the ‘Dealer’s Hand’ with BlackJack, then the player wins £500.
Game 2: VEGAS WHEEL Bonus & Progressive Jackpot
The player reveals a 3x3 grid of golden symbols. If any of the revealed symbols are 3-of-a-kind then the player wins the amount awarded for that symbol.
Collect a ‘Vegas Wheel’ symbol on Game 2 in order to activate the bonus wheel. The scratch panels will transition to reveal the spinning ‘Vegas Wheel’. The player can only win the Progressive Jackpot though the activation of this bonus wheel.
The player is presented with a simple 16 stop spinning wheel, with a win aperture positioned at 12 o’clock. There are 7 win values, 8 loses and 1 Progressive Jackpot segment.
The ‘Vegas Wheel’ will be spinning and the player is prompted to stop the wheel. Once pressed, the wheel will slow down to a halt, with the segments passing through the win aperture. If the player lands a ‘Progressive Jackpot’ segment on the wheel, the progressive pot is won!
This game has a relatively low theoretical Return to Player (RTP) of 85.14%.