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I’ve worked in the gaming industry for almost 10 years and have always been passionate about all aspects of it. I’ve either worked in or personally played or experienced almost every aspect of the industry. But still, after all those years, all that experience, if someone asked me to explain the Coin Value and Bet Level settings on Netent games, I’d have drawn a blank.
What are they? What do they do? And what’s the difference?
So recently, I spent many hours fiddling about, researching and calculating, so I could fully understand this feature in order to explain it in the simplest way possible.
Coin Value is based on actual coins. So you have €0.01, €0.02, €0.05, €0.10, €0.20, €0.50, €1.00 and €2.00. Although not all slots will go up to €2.00, some might have up to €0.50 at most for example. The Coin Value is how much you want to spend on each pay line in the game.
The coin determines your stake on the spin, so if you’re playing a 25 pay line slot machine a coin value of €0.01 will give you a total stake on your spin of €0.25 because it sets €0.01 per line.
Why? Because 25 lines x 0.01 coins = €0.25.
If you increase your coin value to 2, this will give you €0.02 on each pay line; €0.02 x 25 pay lines = total stake of €0.50.
If you increase your coin value to 5, this will give you €0.05 on each pay line; €0.05 x 25 pay lines = total stake of €1.25.
So you can change your stake but you are limited to just the amounts that the coin values determine.
Bet Level exists purely to give you a little more freedom to personalise your stake. Instead of just €0.01, €0.02, €0.05, €0.10, €0.20, €0.50 or€1.00 times the pay lines, you can get a little more creative and create some different stakes.
The different Bet Levels will multiply the coin value, giving you more choice. So a Bet Level of 2, will times your Coin Value by 2. Setting a Coin Value of €0.02 and a Bet Level of 2 gives you €0.04 per line, which is not possible with the coin value alone (as there is no €0.04 coin)
If you select a Coin Value of 0.02 and a Bet Level of 2, you actually get a Coin Value of €0.04.
So with 25 pay lines instead of;
€0.02 (Coin Value) x 25 (Pay Lines) = €0.50 Total Stake
€0.02 Coin Value x Bet Level = €0.04
€0.04 x 25 Pay Lines = €1.00 Total Stake
Using just the Coin Values, you cannot get a stake of €1 (with 25 pay lines), so the Bet Level just gives you a bit more freedom to create different stake per spin amounts.
Coin Value and Bet Level are simply two settings that work together in order to allow you a larger range of different stake amounts, so you’re not limited to just the coins multiplied by the pay lines. The Bet Level will multiply the Coin Value giving you more freedom to select the stake you want.
In short, they are nothing to be scared of. If you’re not sure, why not check out any Netent game in our Games Lounge absolutely FREE! Mess about with the settings and see the feature in action.