Golden Goal is a 5 reel (progressive), 15-payline, Cgtv-games Video Slot. It comes with a wildSymbol, scatter symbol and has a maximum jackpot win of $50,000.
The term Golden Goal occurs after 90 minutes of football has been played and both teams are drawing. A golden goal is when the first team to score wins the game, forgoing the need for lengthily extra time or penalties - we know that's a bit long winded but thankfully the slot is far more exciting in comparison.
Screaming football fans, acrobatic goalkeepers and celebrating champions can be seen on the slots football themed background. The reels themselves take up the majority of the screen whilst fringe areas are put to good use with flags used as line markers.
You'll recognize each of the football club logos, even though they aren't the official club ones. There's replica versions of Manchester United, Paris St Germain, Inter Milan, AC Milan and others such as the overhead super kick icon.
There are various betting options available to players, including options to change coin values, coins per line and even how many lines per play. The upshot of this is bets which range from 0.01 (a penny) to $75 per play which run in tandem with prizes (the more you wager, the more you can win or lose).
The super kick icon not only looks impressive but also acts as a substitute for other icons. It can substitute for any football club badge based icon on any reel and can create more than one winning combination at a time.
Five super kick icons appearing on an active payline at the same time will award the progressive jackpot when playing with maximum stakes. If you are wagering less then you'll win the dedicated 10,000 coin jackpot instead which could be as much as $50,000.
Golden Goal probably won't appeal to people who do not like football, but fans of the game will enjoy it immensely. Not only does it offer multiple bets but can award champions league sized prizes too. Play it now at any of the CG TV powered casinos listed below.
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