However, it wasn't until the early 2000s that online slots were equipped with better graphics and animations and, most importantly, more reels and pay lines. Starting in 2004, popular licenses such as Tomb Raider or Marvel superheroes began to be made available in slot machine form. In recent years, some developers ( Microgaming, 1X2gaming etc.) have sought to make these slot games more scripted by incorporating more narrative into their gaming experience. Currently, slots make up 70% of all online casino revenues.
The rest of the market is taken up by other games. So along with slots, live casino games are gaining popularity today and are rapidly gaining an audience. Today you can find various classic table games such as live roulette or blackjack at live casinos. Or another game from the past - monopoly, which you can choose in all monopoly live casino. However, slots, despite this rapid growth, still remain the favourite of many.
Online slots work in the same way as their mechanical alternative. They are extremely simple to play: the player selects the bet of their choice, then clicks a button to activate the machine. The machine then spins its reels (usually between 3 and 5). The object of the game is to line up several similar symbols on the pay lines in order to win. More and more online machines are taking into account vertical and even diagonal lines. Some even allow for special combinations, which increases the odds of winning!
Virtual slots use a RNG (Random Number Generator), special software that generates random numbers between 0 and 4 billion. The results of these games, even though they are virtual, are totally unpredictable. As for the payout rate of online machines, it usually exceeds 95%, which is significantly higher than that of mechanical models (between 80 and 85%).