Various online slots developers have given us football-themed slots and instant games, but Inspired Gaming takes the football action to the next level with the virtual football game Rush Football Go.
Fans of Leap’s Instant Football casual game will recognise a similar interface on Rush Football Go. You place a bet that takes your fancy from the betting selections and sit back to watch the game highlights. Rush Football Go features all the drama of a real football match, without having to sit through 90 minutes of it, combined with all the betting potential of a Saturday afternoon football coupon.
Pros & Cons
- Superbly depicted football action.
- Can place single bets or accas.
- Option to fast forward to results.
- Not all legitimate teams.
- Does not feature every betting option.
- Can’t add any selection to an acca.
How to Play
When the game loads up you are greeted with a football fixture, which can be from England or across the big teams in Europe. Press left or right to cycle through the games until you find one you want to bet on. Select a chip from the bottom of the screen and click on your bet selection. Just as in a real bookmaker or online sportsbook you can place multiple bets on a number of games, or you can choose correct score bets or accas (accumulator bets) from the tabs at the top.
Simply make your selections and press Go! to watch the game – or games – on which you have bet. You do have the option to fast forward the action by clicking the half-time or full-time buttons if you want to get straight to the results. As with many other casual football games you can place additional bets at half time if you have changed your mind – or just have different ideas. The half-time betting selection is not as varied as pre-match.
Our game symbols are the strips of the teams playing against each other. Unlike NetEnt’s Football Champions Cup slot, in which you choose your team at the start of the tournament and progress in that team’s colours, in Rush Football Go you can select any team from the roster. Some teams you might not recognise from the names, like Islington, Sellhurst or South Madrid, but they are easily identifiable from the kits, which remain faithful to the original teams.
There are no set bonus features in Rush Football Go, but instead – just like real football matches – bet selections with the highest odds return the biggest payouts.