Game of Thrones

No list of TV slots would be complete these days without giving a mention to the cultural phenomenon that is Game of Thrones. One of the most popular television shows of all-time now has a dedicated slot and it doesn’t disappoint.

Telling the story of the Iron Throne and the seven families, this epic slot has 243 paylines and a cool 95% RTP. With excellent visuals and theme music, this slot from Microgaming is one of the most entertaining around. One particularly cool feature is the free spins functionality, where you can choose from four houses.


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Brits of a certain age will be thrilled to know that TV classic Bullseye has been reimagined for a modern audience. The 1980s dart-based game show can now be played on all your personal devices, with this slot is a worthy homage.

Crucially, the decent winning potential and features – which include wild, scatter and free spins – complement the gameplay and goofy graphics. The jackpot may not be a progressive one, but with bonus games and multipliers, there is more than enough to get you reminiscing and to keep you entertained.


We finish this list with another blockbuster theme – Jumanji by Netent. The late, great Robin Williams starred in the 1995 fantasy movie, in what was one of his most iconic roles. This slot game aims to capture some of that magic and the developers clearly went to town in ensuring that this was completely finished before release.

Available at many leading casinos, this TV slot is packed full of snazzy elements, including a mystery feature, extra dice rolls and a board game with four separate free spins. An important point to note is that, unlike character Alan Parrish, there is little chance of you being trapped inside this game for 26 years!