HOW TO PLAY SUMO SPINS
The reels are set in a dohyo, a traditional sumo wrestling ring surrounded by pillows for spectators. Take your seat and enjoy the showdown performed by the Red, Blue and the Green Rikishi, who act as Scatters in the main game and trigger additional features, while during Sumo Showdown they can act as Wilds. Sumo wrestlers eat a lot, and you can see lots of Food Plates.
Once they enter the ring, they will drink a bit of Water to clear their bodies and throw some Salt to clear the ring, stamping the floor to squash the bad spirits. A sumo Fan is also there, as well as a bunch of Letters, or something like that. Rest of the symbols are card suits.
Sumo is very popular in Japan, but not as much in the rest of the world (at least that’s what we think), so the good people of Red Tiger Gaming decided to create a gameplay that is as easy as pie. The 2018 release features five reels, four rows and benefits from 40 fixed paylines, all paying left to right, starting from the leftmost reel.
As you may expect, three of a kind is the minimum for landing payouts. Betting starts at $0.20, while the biggest possible wager gamers can place per spin is set at $500.