Are you ready for another grand-slam Red Tiger release? Peek into the dazzling Cash or Nothing slot as we give you the full scoop on Red Tiger’s fantastic new game. 

Red Tiger has developed numerous fantastical slots over the years, but this time this provider has decided to take a page out of the old-timey slots book and roll out a game that’s a little more traditional. If you’re a fan of the classics, Cash or Nothing will undoubtedly catch your eye. Though, Red Tiger always has a few tricks up its sleeve. 

The vault doors are set to open on 7 April, so stay tuned! Until then, let’s crack open the safe and dive in.


Cash or Nothing is one of the less intricate games in Red Tiger’s catalogue. This game is meant to give classic slots a well-needed upgrade, as Red Tiger takes simple gameplay and combines it with more modern mechanics. ‘Revamped’ doesn’t even begin to describe the level Cash or Nothing is at, though we can let its features speak for themselves. 


With one glance at this slot, it is pretty clear that Red Tiger keeps the theme pretty simple. Players will be able to glimpse a few wads of cash in the backdrop, and the reels are decorated with elements of green and gold to represent. 

This air of simplicity can be seen in the symbols as well, as it seems Red Tiger has plucked more than a few of them out of run-of-the-mill slot games. Players can land the customary 10, J, Q, K and A symbols, as well as a bronze bar, a double silver bar and a triple gold bar. However, that is as far as traditional symbols go. Red Tiger also included a few bonus symbols to help amp things up.


Cash or Nothing is a slot with five reels, three rows and 20 fixed paylines. Winning combinations form when at least three matching symbols form a winning payline from the leftmost reel to the right. Cash or Nothing has a theoretical RTP of 95.69%, though this value might change once the game is live. Be sure to check out the game rules once Cash or Nothing is unveiled to the public, as Red Tiger may make some last-minute changes to the slot.  


Red Tiger keeps the gameplay pretty basic, as Cash or Nothing sports fewer features than other typical Red Tiger titles. 

There are no Wild symbols in this slot, but players might be able to boost their payout in a few other ways. On top of base-game payouts, players will be able to trigger a bonus round that’ll take their gaming to the next level. 

Aside from the bonus round, Cash or Nothing does not include any other features. 


Cash or Nothing features a Cash Spins bonus round. This bonus can be activated by landing at least five Cash Scatter symbols anywhere on the reels. Doing so grants three Cash Spins and additional bonus symbols, which are not available in the base game. 

When any bonus symbol lands on the reels during Cash Spins, it will remain locked on the grid until the bonus round is over. The sum of all Cash Scatter symbols in view will be awarded at the end of the feature. 

On top of that, players might also be lucky enough to land Frenzy Scatters and Double Diamond Scatters: 

  • Frenzy Scatter Symbols: Like the Cash Scatter symbols, Frenzy Scatters also stick to the reels when they land and increase the value of each Cash Scatter on every following spin. 
  • Double Diamond Scatter Symbols: Double Diamond Scatters remain on the grid as they land as well, only these bonus symbols double the value of two different Cash Scatters. They may activate twice at random.

If a Frenzy Scatter and a Double Diamond Scatter land at the same time, Frenzy Scatters will set off first, followed by the Double Diamond Scatters. 


If you’re looking for a good introduction to more complex slots, Cash or Nothing is a good choice. It rocks a more traditional theme but has many gameplay elements typical of modern games, so it’s a win-win. 

While the slot may be based on classic slot games, Red Tiger ensured that Cash or Nothing’s mechanics and graphics are on par with any other slot you’d find today. 

If you want to be the first in line to see the Cash or Nothing slot unveiled, head to LV BET on 7 April!

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