Brian has visited Oklahoma quite a few times, and those visits come with a healthy dose of “red screen” machines. For those who haven’t seen them, red screen machines are a type of Bingo machine (Class II machine) popularized by VGT, which is now a part of Aristocrat.
While Bingo machines can be found in various parts of the country, including the occasional red screen game, they are most common, and popular, in Oklahoma, where they have found a popular fan base.
Brian hasn’t been immune to the red screens, and has had some incredible luck on some of them too! Let’s take a look at a few of those moments.
Red Screen to a Jackpot
The main concept behind red screens is when the screen goes red, more winning spins will occur, each at least as big as the last. When you’re doing $30 spins, it is going to start with some sort of decent number:
In this case it’s $150, which was followed by $300, and then that jackpot! The last spin alone would qualify as a jackpot, but with the other spins it was over $1,600!
The Hunt for Neptune’s Gold Backup Spin
The Hunt for Neptune’s Gold, as a video slot, is one of the most unique red screen slots they’ve got, and has had enduring popularity on the casino floor. Brian had fun playing it and decided to up his bet and do a higher spin:
It was a winner so he did a back-up spin, and the red screens came out again – this time building to a jackpot!
Group Pull on Red Screens Machine
This group pull featured 24 people each putting in $500, $12,000 in total, into a VGT red screen machine. Of course it was The Hunt for Neptune’s Gold:
We won’t spoil the ending for you, but it definitely had some fun moments! With multiple bonus types, it definitely kept things interesting.