Several video lottery games also offer double up modes, as well as bonus pot, bonuses and bonus rounds.
In several games, a double up mode gives you a chance to double the credits earned on each game you win. These credits must never exceed $250, as the maximum win at a video lottery terminal is $500. If this condition has been met, a double up button appears on the screen that shifts the game into double up mode when you press it. You can then place your wager or exit this mode. A half-wager mode is also available in certain games. The double up mode is deactivated as soon as you lose a game, unless you previously chose to exit the mode.
In some games, you accumulate credits when you obtain specific combinations. A minimum wager is required to take part in the pot, which increases with the number of credits wagered when you obtain a specific combination. In an eight-line game, for instance, you must wager eight credits (one credit per line). Two "triple bars" or more increase the pot, and nine "fruits" win it.
Depending on the game and the wager placed, an additional prize or points are awarded as a bonus when a player obtains a specific combination.
A bonus round is activated when a specific combination or certain bonus symbols are obtained during a set number of games. Depending on the game, a bonus round is activated when you obtain a specific combination offering bonuses or free games.
Always remember that the outcome of video lottery games is based solely on chance, even when the game allows you to make choices. To learn more about video lottery, visit the Société des loteries vidéo du Québec web site.