iSoftBet dares players to steal the magic lamp and line their pockets with riches in its mystical title, Rise of the Genie.


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Rise of the Genie is a 3×3, five-payline video slot that comes with a risk and reward system, cash pots, instant pays, an evil genie and a max win of x500 the bet.




96.46 per cent


Symbols in the game include stars, books and lamps, but these work a little differently to those from a regular slot. Rather than awarding an instant win, combinations of two or three of these icons will add one to four steps on their respective cashpot ladder. 

Moreover, wilds appear only on reel two, substituting for all other symbols to help form winning combinations. In contrast, the genie resets all prizes and cash pots when he appears. 


The game follows a risk and reward system, where the longer the player holds out, the bigger their winnings could be. 

Depending on the symbols in the combination, each winning spin will advance one of the three cash pots on the reels. Magic lamp symbols will fill up the biggest cash pot in the middle of the reels. Book symbols fill up the medium sized cash pot, and star symbols fill the smallest of the pots.

Players can collect the cash pots at any given time, but the more they spin, the more they can fill them, with the goal being to reach the top of the cash pot ladders, where instant pays are triggered, and the remaining full cash pots can generate additional wins.

However, at any time during the game – even when the top of a ladder has been reached – the genie can pop up to ruin any progress, causing all cash pots to be emptied and players to start from the bottom.


Mark Claxton, Head of Games at iSoftBet, said: “Straying from our usual style of games, Rise of the Genie explores an exciting new theme with a unique risk and reward system that neatly complements the gameplay.

“Players will need to hold their nerves and add to a selection of collection pots in order to take home the riches, but the evil Genie has some tricks up its sleeve to halt their progress.”