Vegas high roller
The 550-foot-tall, 520-foot-diameter High Roller is one of the most impressive sights in Las Vegas. It is situated in Paradise, Nevada, and is owned by Caesars Entertainment. The high-rise observation wheel opened on March 31, 2014, and it is currently the second-tallest Ferris wheel in the world. It is a great way to get a bird's-eye view of the Las Vegas Strip and the famous Bellagio hotel.
This slot machine has 9 symbols, including four high-value symbols, a scatter symbol and a wild. Low-value symbols are represented by card suits, ranging from five to 100. High-value symbols are reminiscent of Vegas, such as the dice, a pair of sevens, the roulette wheel, and three lucky sevens. Depending on your wager, you can win anywhere from 20 credits to 2,000 credits when you land three or more high-value symbols.
The game also has several bonus features. The first mode is free spins, which require three scatter symbols. In this mode, you'll receive seven to fifteen free spins. During the free spins, winning symbols will transform into casino chips. These chips can contain a value of up to one hundred times your wager. However, you should note that the High Roller feature isn't only reserved for high rollers in the casino.