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All There is to Know About the WWE Legends – Link and Win Slot

There have been some hugely impressive WWE-themed video games in years gone by. WWE 2K22 returned to our consoles and desktop PCs in recent months, adding even new layers of immersion for wrestling fans, bringing them up close and personal to their ring idols. The world of WWE had eluded one subsector of the gaming industry until recently, when the iGaming scene finally welcomed an WWE-themed video slot game developed by pioneering software studio Microgaming.

Online casino sites across the US and beyond are partnered with Microgaming, with the Isle of Man-headquartered studio one of the oldest and most impressive iGaming software providers. Microgaming developed the world’s first online casino back in the early 1990s, so how have they managed to translate the raw intensity and passion of WWE on the reels of its inaugural wrestling-themed slot game?

WWE Legends – Link and Win was also developed by Microgaming in partnership with All41 Studios. You’ll find this slot game listed for play at the Betway casino. This site includes a host of franchise slot games from many other pioneering slot developers aside from Microgaming, including NetEnt, and this WWE iteration is the brainchild of the former.

The great thing about the latest slots online is that they are all designed and built to offer cross-platform appeal. They can be enjoyed on any device, regardless of screen size thanks to the use of HTML5 technology. This means wrestling fans can get stuck in at home on their desktops or laptops, as well as their smartphones or tablets on the move.

The lowdown on WWE Legends – Link and Win


This slot perfectly encapsulates the glitz and glamour of WWE wrestling. From the moment the game page loads, you’re directly transported ringside, with all the bright lights of the wrestling arena surrounding the slot’s five reels.

The first thing that catches the eye is the four-tier jackpots that sit to the left of the reels. This relates to the Link and Win bonus feature, which can be unlocked during base game spins, giving you a chance to win a Mini, Minor, Major or Champion jackpot.

To trigger this main jackpot game, you must land a minimum of six gold coin symbols anywhere on the reels. You’ll immediately hear the commentator shout, “I don’t believe it, he taps!” and the bonus reels appear overlaid on-screen. In some cases, every reel is filled with gold coins in the Link and Win jackpot game. As the reels spin, the coin values change and at the end of the spin, all the values combine to give you one overall payout. The Champion jackpot is the biggest available win, worth a maximum of 5,000x your initial wager.

After the close of any of the bonus features, you’ll see a live clip of one of the WWE’s leading wrestlers move across the screen in celebratory mode.

There’s also a free spins bonus which can be triggered when you lock in three red scatter symbols on reels one, three and five. Make sure your speakers are switched on at this point, as you hear the referee count “1, 2, 3” to signal the launch of the bonus stage. Players start with five free spins, although it’s possible to receive another three free games if another three scatters are landed during any of the free spins.

From a basic perspective, this WWE slot game is a stone-cold stunner. Steve Austin himself is one of several legendary WWE wrestlers featured on the reels of this game. He appears alongside the likes of Booker T, Eddie Guerrero and Macho Man Randy Savage, who passed away in 2011 following a tragic car crash. The WWE gold belt symbol is the slot’s wild, which can substitute any base game symbol other than scatter symbols to improve winning payouts.

The bottom line is that WWE Legends – Link and Win is a visually inspiring experience for wrestling fans. The design is slick and fully responsive, which means it translates seamlessly onto any device, regardless of screen size.

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