Dragon Rush

As well as an awesome bonus game, there are plenty of features available in the slot Dragon Rush, including Walking Dragons, Free Spins, Re-Spins and Expanding symbols! Play for a chance to win. 

    Dragon Rush Slot - How to Play 

    Play with up to 720 paylines on  Dragon Rush.

    Walking Dragon Symbols

    In this game, positions above the reels are active.

    A Wild Walking Dragon will appear above the fifth reel when you place your first wager. 

    The aim is for the Walking Dragon to reach the first reel, as this will activate the bonus (below). 

    Every time you win from then on, all Walking Dragons in view will move one position to the left and another Walking Dragon will be added to the reels. 

    For the Walking Dragon to reach the first reel, you need to achieve as many consecutive winning spins as possible.

    A non-winning spin will see all Walking Dragons removed from the reels until the following wager. 


    You'll receive one re-spin every time you win in this game.

    The maximum amount of re-spins you can win is four.

    This feature terminates when wins stop landing.

    Bonus Game

    Dragon Rush features several bonus games, as listed below. 

    Dragon and Egg Selection

    This bonus triggers when a Wild Walking Dragon reaches the first reel and forms a win.

    Please note this can only happen after five winning spins (your initial wager, plus four winning re-spins). 

    A Dragon and Egg pair will be randomly selected at the start. 

    You will have eight initial free spins to play with. 

    Free Spins

    In Free Spins, the following features are available: Walking Dragon symbols; Expanding symbols and the Symbol Upgrade feature.

    You cannot be awarded re-spins during it.

    Expanding Symbols

    Should a Dragon symbol land directly on the reels, it's possible for it to expand and fill the whole reel.

    Symbol Upgrade

    Egg symbols may upgrade into corresponding Dragon symbols.

    Dragon Rush RTP

    Return to Player: 96.54%. 

    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 £96.54 of wins.