The Sopranos paytable
Tony Soprano maintains his status as the head of the mafia family by being the highest paying symbol during standard play. The prize is a top whack payout of as much as 3,000 coins if you manage to land a full house of five symbols.
The other mafia members won’t leave you disappointed, either, as the likes of Chris, Uncle June, Johnny Sack and Bobby Bacala line up to help you win big.
Bonuses and features in The Sopranos
There is no shortage of features and bonuses in The Sopranos and these are really brought to life, thanks to clips from the TV show.
The Sopranos logo Scatter holds the key to the Crime Family Free Spins bonus. If you can get three of them to stop fighting for long enough to land on the reels at the same time, you can enjoy some great free spinning action.
You can play as many as four different levels in this bonus, as you make your way from the ranks of soldier to Capo and then boss. The final reward is that you make it into the ranks of family.
Your ranking will determine how many free spins you get and whether or not you get extra bonuses such as a double prize multiplier, multipliers boosting your wins by up to 5x or extra wilds to increase your winning chances.
The game also boasts an interesting Raid Bonus. All you have to do is help Tony hide cash, to stop it being seized by the police, and a big bonus could be yours. Tony will give you four different envelopes containing cash. You then have to decide which of four hideouts would be best for hiding the money.
Two of these hideouts will definitely be raided by the police and so how many of the envelopes you decide to hide in the specific venues will determine how much you win. Your prize will be the money that the cops cannot find.
Become Tony in The Sopranos
If all this mafia action has given you a taste for the Godfather lifestyle, The Sopranos gives you the chance to become the head of the family. If you manage to get three of the Bada Bing icons on the second, third and fourth reels, then you can be Tony and go on to meet his family. This will offer you the opportunity to win cash prizes, as well as getting the chance to watch fun clips from the show.
There is also the chance to choose from containers and to reveal cash prizes if you can get the container symbols on the first and fifth reels at the same time.
Bonus details in The Sopranos
As mentioned previously, there is no shortage of bonuses in The Sopranos slot from Playtech. Here are a few more details about the different exciting adventures that you may be taken on in this interesting and engaging video slot.
The Raid Bonus
This bonus is triggered randomly and each of the four envelopes you will encounter will contain a cash prize valued at 2x your stake at the time. Pick wisely when choosing your hideouts and avoid the police and the money left in the undiscovered envelopes will make it into your prize pot.
The Stolen Goods Bonus
The Stolen Goods Bonus is the one that will be triggered if you manage to land the bonus icon on reels five and one, at the same time. You will then be presented with a choice of ten containers and get the chance to win yourself a cash prize.
Each of the cash prizes which you can win will be shown at the side, but there will only be three chances for you to pick. When your prize is revealed, you can decide whether you want to collect it or if you want to continue and pick another container and try your luck again.
The Bada Bing Bonus
Get three of the Bada Bing icons on reels two, three and four and you will trigger the Bada Bing bonus featuring Bobby, Christopher, Artie, Paulie and Johnny. You will need to pick one of these men and they will award you a cash prize, along with a much-prized meeting with boss, Tony.
The Bada Bing Bonus features a video clip from the TV series and when this finishes, it’s possible that you will get yet another chance to pick a character and win even more cash rewards.
Crime Family free games
This is the feature which will most likely reward you with the biggest wins and is triggered by landing three of The Sopranos logos. In this feature, you will start with the soldier mode, but if you manage to fill up the trio of bars displayed under each of the modes, you can move on to a higher level.
You can unlock the modes by getting Scatters during the main game. Four to five of the scatter symbols will unlock two steps and your progress will be recorded. This means that you can return to the game at a different time and you won’t have to start from scratch.
The four modes offer different rewards. Here’s how it will work out for you, depending on which modes you manage to unlock.
You will get an impressive 25 free spins, while a Christopher Moltisanti icon will be added as an additional wild. If the Christopher symbol appears in the middle of reel three then you will be rewarded with a prize of five extra free spins.
Hit the Capo mode and your prize will be 20 free spins plus a dynamic multiplier which could be anything from 2x to 5x. You also need to keep an eye out for the icon showing Paulie ‘Walnuts’ Gaultieri. If he turns up after one of your spins, then your multiplier will increase by one. If he doesn’t show up, however, your multiplier can go down by one.
Ten free spins is the first reward for making it to Boss mode in The Sopranos and these are accompanied by between two and five additional Wilds, which will be randomly scattered around the reels.
These Wilds will be awarded for each free spin and you need to look out for a Wild symbol which can land in the centre of reel three and reward you with another five free spins.
The highest level is family mode and this can be a really lucrative feature to unlock. On the face of it, a prize of just ten free spins doesn’t seem like the jackpot reward that it should be, but just wait until you hear what the reels you’re going to spin will contain.
If you make it to the family free games level and take advantage of the ten free spins available, your reels will only contain family member symbols, Wilds and Scatters. This means that massive wins are on the cards. If this is still not enough, the Wild symbols which take part in this part of The Sopranos game will double in their value while you enjoy the free spinning action on offer.
Betting limits in The Sopranos
If you like the idea of a mafia lifestyle, you may love your high rolling action. If this is the case, this Playtech slot is a great choice for you. This is because there is a high betting limit, allowing you to stake as much as 1,250 on each and every spin.
That doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy the company of Tony and his friends and family even if you’re a more cautious spinner, however, as you can try your luck with the likes of Artie, Bobby, Christopher, Johnny, Paulie and Tony from just 0.25 a spin.
This huge range of betting options means that there is plenty of scope to enjoy all of the excitement, action and adventure that The Sopranos has to offer however you choose to play this low to medium variance game, where big wins are on offer during the impressive free games feature.
The Sopranos TV show explained
If you have got this far in our review, you may well be a fan of The Sopranos TV series, but if you haven’t seen it before, or don’t know much about it, here are a few facts that you might like to hear.
If you didn’t know already, The Sopranos series in an American drama which was created by David Chase and revolves around Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini. Tony is an Italian-American mobster who lives in New Jersey and faces a daily struggle to balance his criminal pursuits with his home life, something which he constantly explores during regular therapy sessions with psychiatrist, Jennifer Melfi, who is played by Lorraine Bracco.
The series also features other members of the Soprano family, as well as friends and rivals. These include Tony’s wife Carmela, played by Edie Falco, and his protégé, Christopher Moltisanti, acted by Michael Imperioli.
The Sopranos pilot was first ordered in 1997, with the show premiering on HBO in America on January 10, 1999. The six seasons that followed ran until June 10, 2007, on HBO, and featured 86 episodes.
During its run, The Sopranos won numerous awards. These included Peabody Awards for the first two seasons, five Golden Globes and no less than 21 Primetime Emmy Awards. In 2013, the show was also named as the best-written television series ever by the Writers Guild of America. TV Guide has also named it as the best TV series ever and in 2016, The Sopranos came first in a Rolling Stone list of the best 100 television programmes of all time.
In March 2018, it was announced that New Line Cinema has bought a movie which details the background story of The Sopranos. It is called The Many Saints of Newark and is written by Lawrence Konner and David Chase. The film script, directed by Alan Taylor, is set during the famous Newark riots in the 1960s.
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|Game Name:||The Sopranos|
|Themes:||TV & Movies, Action & Adventure, Celebrity|
|Features:||Bonus Games Free Spins Wild Symbols Multipliers Scatter Symbols Expanding Wilds|
|Min Bet (all lines covered):||0.25|