BGaming’s Book of Cats announces $225,000 win in three minutes

BGaming’s Book of Cats announces $225,000 win in three minutes

BGaming’s slot title Book of Cats has just had a crazy day last March 10, when a lucky player just won more than $225,000 in Cryptocurrency in just three minutes.

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Bitcoin casinos are here and real. BGaming’s video slot Book of Cats, just proved that when a one lucky player lands a multiplier of x2,582.

According to report, the Mbit casino player had already been placing a wager of 0,05 Ethereum (ETH) per spin. However, the game-changer took place when he decided to buy 4,70 ETH bonus and gambled it for a whopping ETH 129.095 or $227k in winnings.

How the player won it all?

Book of Cats has established a solid reputation among crypto players due to the low min bets – for crypto – and extreme x10,000 max exposure.

The game has drawn inspiration from Ancient Egypt and Book-themed slots. It comes with a special feature in the form of an expanding sixth reel that generously compliments your base game wins.

The player initially bought Free Spins which landed three Scatter symbols and awarded 10 Free Spins with the top-paying premium symbol selected to be the special expanding symbol.

At the ninth Free Spin, the player secured 10 more free spins after landing three Scatters in the view.

The first few spins only yielded a modest 18.5x win, but the next spin saw the winnings skyrocket exponentially. Moreover, five Expanding symbols landed on reels simultaneously and gifted a 2,500x win.

Big Wins took place in between smaller payouts. Once the bonus game ended, the game announced a total win of ETH 129.095.

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