So how does Boss The Lotto work? Well, firstly you need to purchase a virtual game card at Mecca Bingo for the ‘Boss The Lotto' game. You'll find it in the ‘Slots & Games' section of the website.
Once the game card appears, you'll be asked to select 1 of the 49 numbered balls display. 43 of these balls have a (£) symbol behind them. If you reveal the winning (£) symbol, your cash prize will build, and you'll be asked to pick another ball. If you continue to find the (£) symbols, you'll be on your way to a jackpot prize. However, if you should happen to be unlucky enough to pick 1 of the 6 ‘Bad Balls' you will lose everything you've won in that game.
Gameplay on ‘Boss The Lotto' can get intense! Once you've picked 6 or 7 numbers successfully the pressure is on. Do you attempt to win more and build up to that jackpot? Or do you cash out before hitting a ‘Bad Ball'? The majority of the time, I cashed out before I crashed out. I was happy to take a few modest wins, rather than risking it all for the jackpot.
So how much can you win? It's a good question, and I'm glad you asked. The maximum jackpot available is £80,000, and the minimum is £2000. To win the maximum prize you'll need to play for £20 a pop (way too rich for me!) Having said that; the minimum stake is just £0.50p, which is much more my level. You can raise the stakes between 50p and £20; the jackpot will reflect any stake increases or decreases.
I prefer this type of gameplay over a traditional scratch card game; the trick is knowing when to cash out – and when to keep picking. This game is certainly is more exciting than the usual six-panel scratch-off card. Credit to Mecca Bingo for featuring another innovative instant win game. If you want to know more about the games available at Mecca and their latest welcome offers – click the link below.
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