Playson has continued its imperial extravaganza as it released a sequel to a previous title with Royal Coins 2: Hold and Win.


Out now


Royal Gold


Royal Coins 2: Hold and Win is a 3×3 reel slot with five-paylines and a grand jackpot prize of x1,000 the player’s stake.






Low value symbols in the game come in the form of cherries, lemons, plums and oranges. If the right amount of winning combinations land on a single spin then these symbols can offer between x1 and x4 the player’s stake.

Watermelon, grapes and bars depict the medium value symbols, offering between x16 and x20 the player’s bet depending on the amount of winning combinations that drop at once.

Next up, bells and lucky sevens represent the high value symbols, offering between x30 and x50.

These lucky sevens also act as wild symbols, substituting for all symbols other than the gold coin scatters.

Finally, there are two kinds of gold coin scatters. One has a silver outline and can only payout in the bonus game and drop on reels one and three.

The other gold coin has a royal emblem and can only drop onto the second reel. This gold coin will trigger the royal bonus feature when activated on the bonus game.

Landing three of any bonus coins will trigger the bonus game.


With the bonus game mode, three free spins are initially awarded to the player, while only gold coins and jackpot coins can land on the reels. 

If a royal gold coin drops onto the bonus reels then it will stay sticky on the board. This coin can then collect instant cash values from other silver-outlined coins that drop in with prices ranging from x1 to x15 the player’s stake.

Jackpot coins of mini, minor, major and grand prizes can also drop in to be instantly collected by the royal gold coin.

Any symbols that drop in during this mode will cause the amount of free spins to reset to three. The bonus game finishes when all three spins run out with no symbols landing on the board.

In the base game, landing any gold coins can cause the pile of gold feature to activate, causing other gold coin scatters to drop in and trigger the bonus feature. 


Nikolay Illiustrov, Playson’s Head of Games, stated: “The original Royal Coins release was so well-received by operators and fans, that we thought it made strategic sense to release a sequel.

“While the new title encompasses a lot of the original’s mechanics, the exciting pile of gold feature gives players an amazing and unique opportunity – the ability to trigger a chain of bonus games.”


To try your hand at the Royal Coins 2 demo, click here.