In Nova Scotia, you’ll find VLTs in bars, legions and other licensed establishments. Most VLTs use video screens with graphics that look like mechanical reels. When you play a VLT, you can choose how many lines to play, and then decide on your bet. VLTs use a Random Number Generator (RNG) to determine whether or not each spin is a winner. This means that each spin is independent of the one previous and that outcomes are completely random. Bottom line is, the odds do not change no matter how long you play a machine. And, the longer you play, the more you will spend.
The largest prize that can be won on any single spin on a VLT is $500. For more information on VLTs, visit alc.ca.