Racing for Pinks

Racing for Pinks

Racing for Pinks is a fast-paced slot game from the gaming giant Microgaming. Instead of traditional paylines, this 5-reel slot lets you win in 243 different ways.

When we played Racing for Pinks, we especially liked the Bonus Race feature. Win the hot rod race and collect up to 175 times your bet!

Racing for Pinks also comes with wilds, scatters, and a free spins round. Ready, steady, GO!

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Wagering

You can bet up to 90 coins per round.

Examples of available coin values: 0.01, 0.02, 0.05, 0.10, and 0.20.

Symbols

Many different hot rods can show up on the reels when you play Racing for Pinks, and each car type has its own specifications. Examples of low-paying cars are the pink buggy, a Jeep CJ and the green foreign car. The black muscle car and the golden car are a bit more valuable but not as valuable as the grey custom build and the fiery classic hotrod.

The Racng for Pinks icon can pay out up to 6,000 coins and is also a wild symbol.

Wild

The wild symbol in this game can substitute for any of the regular symbols, but not for special symbols.

Free spins

The scatter symbol on reels 1 and 5 can give you up to 30 free spins, with a win multiplier of up to 5x.

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Bonus Race

It is the Bonus Race Symbols that can take you to the drag race, as they appear on the first and fifth reel.

During the Bonus Race, you participate in a drag race. Do you want to be Team Red or Team Blue? Once you have picked your team, the cars will be revealed and the race will start. The animations are great and really fun to watch. If your team wins, you will move on to the next level and be awarded a new multiplier. This multiplier is applied to the qualifying bet amount to determine your win.

There are 5 races in total and the largest possible win is 175 times the qualifying bet amount.

What does ‘racing for pinks’ mean?

Racing for pinks is short for racing for pink slips. In the United States, the certificate of title for a vehicle is colloquially referred to as the pink slip. Thus, racing for pinks means that the winner of the race becomes the owner of the losers car.

The name pink slip is a reference to how the certificate of title looked in the state of California prior to 1988. (Nowadays, the California certificates are multi-colored with broad verticle stripes of teal, yellow and pink, bordered by green.)