slingo who wants to be a millionaire casino game

Slingo Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

About Slingo Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

This game show-inspired casino game offers players the opportunity to place themselves in the famous hot seat of the UK TV quiz show, ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’, and serves as one of the most popular Slingo games amongst our UK online casino players. Its fantastically familiar theme, free spins offerings and vast payout potential makes this game perfect for those of you just getting started in the world of Slingo gaming.

Slingo Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, like most Slingo casino games, offers up a seamless collaboration of favourite features from both online bingo and casino slots which gives players a brilliant upgrade and whole new level of variety to traditional gameplay experiences you may already be familiar with.

How To Play Slingo Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

The Aim of Slingo

Throughout the gameplay of Slingo Who Wants To Be A Millionaire a series of randomly generated numbers will be called, if any of these numbers also appear on your game grid they will be marked off automatically. The end goal is to create as many complete lines (also known as Slingos) as possible to win - the more Slingos formed, the higher the payout potential will be and if you’re able to form a full house in the 7 allotted spins you could land yourself a payout of up to 100,000x! There are Jokers, Devils and Extra Symbols that may also appear to add an extra level of variety to the gameplay, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for those.


Pick a bet value that best suits the budget you have set for yourself. Unlike slots, the wager you place will cover 9 rounds in succession and you will be offered the chance to buy more spins when the initial 9 are complete.


Once your stake is set and you’re happy with the rules of the Slingo gameplay, hit the ‘Start Game’ button - the rounds will play in rapid succession, with 5 new randomly generated numbers and symbols (such as Jokers and Free Spins icons) appearing in the row below the grid and any matching numbers being crossed off the grid automatically.