7 Elements

    7 Elements - How to Play

    The bet sizes available in 7 Elements range from 10p to £20.

    Betting in this game is fixed at 12 paylines.

    Game Objective

    Match three or more symbols across consecutive reels to win. 

    Wins pay from left to right.

    Wild Symbol

    Wild symbols can substitute for other symbols to help form winning combinations.

    The Golden Lucky Number 7 symbol is a Wild symbol in this game.

    Current Power 

    The more you play this game, the more powers it is possible to unlock.

    Powers are modifiers, and you can choose to swap them if you so desire.

    The modifiers are as follows:

    Cash PrizeRandom symbols will award cash prizes during the base game
    Double StackDouble stacked symbols will appear in the base game
    Wild ReelSymbols on reel 2 will transform into Wild symbols during the base game
    Double PaysSome symbols will double in value during the base game
    Extra GemsSymbols may have extra gems during the bonus round
    Five Extra Free SpinsAwards five extra free spins
    Double FS MultiplierDoubles the value of the current bonus multiplier


    Free Spins Bonus

    To trigger the Free Spins bonus, at least three Scatter symbols must land anywhere in view.

    The bonus round will begin with 10 free spins. 

    Each Hero symbol has its own Elemental Hero Gems, which are collected in the four meters shown on-screen.

    Once a meter has been filled, the lowest tier will be activated.

    Note: Each modifier can have between three and five tiers.

    FireAwards a win multiplier of x2, x3, x5, x7 or x10
    WaterThis meter has four tiers, which award extra spins in the following order: 5, 5, 10, 10
    AirTurns up to four reels into Wild Transformation Reels. Any Air symbols that land on these reels will turn into Wild symbols
    EarthEarth symbols will be turned into stacks of two, three and four symbols


    7 Elements - RTP

    Return to Player (RTP): 95.00% 

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.00 of wins.