Shining stars burst through a dark winter sky to light up the reel set in Evoplay’s latest seasonal slot release, Winter Star


Out now




Winter Star is a 5×3 reel slot with 20-paylines and three free spins game modes to choose from. 




96.04 per cent


Low value symbols are represented by the high end of a deck of cards, from 10 through to Ace. If the right number of winning combinations land on a single spin, these symbols can offer between x0.3 and x2.5 the player’s wager. 

Meanwhile, blueberries, pears, plums and strawberries appear as the high value symbols, offering between x1 and x6.5 the chosen stake. 

Bell scatters are available on reels one, three and five, triggering the choice of three free spins game modes when three or more bells appear on the same spin. 

Star scatters can also appear, paying out prizes depending on the number of stars that land on the same spin. Landing between three and nine stars in the base game can award wins between x1 and x1,000 the player’s bet. 

Finally, wild W symbols can drop into play, substituting for all symbols other than the bell and star scatters. Landing five wilds in a winning combination will payout x6.5 the player’s bet. 


When activating the free spins game mode, three versions of the feature are available as players can select a game mode with low, medium or high volatility. 

Each game mode will also offer different prizes for the scatter star wins. The low volatility game mode will offer between x1 and x1,000 for between three and nine stars, while the medium option offers between x3 and x2,500 and the high offers between x7 and x5,000. 


Ivan Kravchuk, CEO at Evoplay, commented: “Winter Star takes players on a thrilling journey across the night sky in search of those snowy rewards. The Winter Star symbol offers instant prizes, whilst the free spins mode allows users to pick three different ways to play this feature.

“This slot gives us a great platform to start our 2024 roadmap, and we are excited about what the next 12 months will bring for Evoplay.”


To have a go at the Winter Star demo, click here