Welcome to Katana, the brand new slot game that allows you to experience the fascination of the Japanese Samurai! This is a 5-reel 20-line slot game with great bonus features for you to increase your jackpot!
Choosing your stake
Choose the stake you wish to wager in each line. Next, select the lines you wish to wager on. There are a total of 20 lines.
Click the Stake/Line ‘up arrow' and ‘down arrow‘ buttons to increase or decrease the size of your stake per line. Also, click the Lines ‘Up' and ‘Down‘ arrows to select the number of lines you wish to play.
Once you have selected your stake per winline and the number of lines you want to play, click on the SPIN button to start the game.
Using the Auto Play configurator allows the player to specify the Number of Plays, Loss Limit and Single Win Limit in accordance to UKGC guidelines.
Get 3 or more ‘Swords' to appear anywhere and you will gain 10 free games. All the free games are played at your current bet and look out for the Shogun expanding wilds!
SHOGUN substitutes for all symbols except scattered SWORDS.
All pays are for wins of left to right except scatters, which pay any.
All prizes are on selected lines excluding scatters.
Highest win only paid per selected line.
Line wins are multiplied by credits bet per line.
Scatter prizes are multiplied by total bet.
Scatter wins are added to line wins.
System malfunction voids all pays.
Should you get disconnected during play we strongly recommend that on reconnection you re-launch the game and ensure any outstanding transactions are completed. Sky Vegas checks periodically and where incomplete transactions are found those games are terminated and any monies owed are returned to the player.
The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is 95.02%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company.
Malfunction Voids all Pays & Plays.
Our help guides will answer all the questions you may have about playing games here at Sky Vegas as well as useful information.
Frequently asked questions