If you want some new games to enjoy over the coming week then you have come to the right place. At Winner Casino we are continually working to bring you more games and recently there have been some exciting new releases. The new games include slots, card, and tables games so read on to find out all about them.

Terminator Genisys


If you enjoyed the Terminator series of films and in particular the 2015 film Terminator Genisys, then this new slot is the game for you. In addition to bringing your favourite characters to the reels, it is packed with rewarding bonus features.

Terminator Genisys is a 5 reel slot with 3 rows and 25 fixed paylines. Behind the reels you can see a bleak landscape under a stormy sky. The symbols are all theme related, the high value ones are the characters John Connor, Kyle Reese, Sarah Connor, Cyborg T-800 and the Terminator, while the low value symbols are a teddy bear, a photo, magnetic gloves, rifles and computer chips.

The wild symbol is the red T-800 eye, it will substitute for all of the other symbols, except the scatter, to help and form winning combinations. Furthermore, every time it lands on the reels it will award a multiplier of up to 5x. The scatter symbol is the Genisys logo.

If you land the Genisys logo scatter on reels one, three and five simultaneously, you have the choice between two free spins games, the 1984 spins and the 2017 spins. In the 2017 spins you need to defeat Skynet and save the world from Judgement Day and in the 1984 spins you need to travel back in time to save Sarah Connor from the Terminators.

If you choose the 2017 free spins you will receive 10 spins. During these spins you will see a holographic projector above each of the reels. If the Terminator shoots a projector then a special stacked Genisys wild symbol is added to the reel below it. The wild symbol then locks in place until it helps to form a win.

If you choose the 1984 spins you will also receive 10 free spins. A special T-1000 wild symbol can land on the reels during these spins. Furthermore, above each of the reels is a barrel and if a T-1000 wild lands underneath a barrel, the Terminator will appear to shoot the barrel and it will release liquid that melts the wild symbol. The symbol then transforms into a Gold Multiplier Wild and it can award multipliers of up to 5x. Best of all, these wilds are frozen in place until they form part of a win.

At any point while playing the Terminator Car Chase Bonus can begin. In the game you need to help Sarah and Kyle escape from the T-1000. It is a picking game and each symbol that you pick will award a cash prize, a multiplier, or a respin symbol that will retrigger the feature. You can keep playing until there are no symbols left.

Terminator Genisys has a betting range of £0.25 up to £2,500 per spin so everyone can enjoy it. The wild symbol offers the top payout of 5,000x, the Terminator can payout up to 1,500x, Sarah Connor up to 750x, John Connor up to 500x, Kyle Reese up to 250x, and the T-800 up to 150x.

If you liked the film then you will love this slot, spin the reels today and you could be the next big winner.

Blackjack Surrender

Blackjack Surrender

Sometimes when playing Blackjack it is immediately obvious that you have a dud hand as soon as you receive your first two cards. In this case, you probably wish that you could get your bet back, and the good news is that now you can with this new Blackjack Surrender game.

The game is special as after you have received your first two cards you can choose to surrender your hand and in exchange, you will receive half of your bet back, ensuring that you don’t lose all of your money. At the same time, the game also offers some exciting side bets that could help you win big.

In all other respects, Blackjack Surrender is a standard Blackjack game. The aim is to build a hand of cards that is as close in value to 21 as possible but without exceeding it and going bust. You are playing against the dealer, so as long as your hand is closer to 21 than the dealer’s is then you have won the round.

In Blackjack the numbered cards are worth their face value, the face cards are worth ten, and aces are worth 1 or 11. This means, that you can build a hand of 21 with just two cards, an ace and a ten card. This is known as ‘Blackjack’ and it will beat all other hands.

The game allows you to play up to five hands simultaneously and to start a round you need to place your chips in the betting area for the hands that you wish to play. At this point you can also place the side bets. You will receive two cards to each active hand and the dealer will receive one face up card and one face down. Then, for each of your active hands, you have the choice of ‘Hit’, ‘Stand’, ‘Double’ and ‘Surrender’. The Surrender option is as explained above. If you choose ‘Hit’ you will receive another card to the hand, choosing ‘Stand’ leaves the hand as it is and if you choose ‘Double’ your bet will be doubled, you’ll receive one more card and play then moves on to the next hard.

As is usual in Blackjack, winning hands are then paid out at 2:1, except Blackjack, which is paid at 3:2.

The game also offers a few more options. If the first two cards you receive have the same value they can be ‘Split’ and played as individual hands. If the dealer is dealt a face-up Ace, then you can place an Insurance side bet against the dealer having Blackjack. If the dealer does have Blackjack then you are paid out at 2:1.

As mentioned, the game offers a number of side bets, the Dealer’s Pair, Player’s Pair, and 21+3.

The Dealer’s Pair and the Player’s Pair side bets are on whether your first two cards, or the dealer’s first two cards, will form one of three different types of pair, a Perfect Pair, a Coloured Pair or a Red/Black Pair. A Perfect Pair is two cards of the same suit and value and it pays out at 25:1. A Coloured Pair is two cards of the same value and colour, but from different suits and it pays out at 12:1. A Red/Black Pair is two cards of the same value but different suits and colours and it pays out at 6:1.

The 21+3 side bet is on your first two cards and the dealer’s first card combining to form a Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Straight Flush or Suited Three of a Kind combination. A Suited Three of a Kind pays 100:1, a Straight Flush pays 40:1, a Three of a Kind pays 30:1, a Straight pays 10:1 and a Flush pays 5:1.

Blackjack Surrender gives you a huge range of winning opportunities so give it a try today to see if you can be the next big winner.

Spread-Bet Roulette


If you enjoy playing European Roulette and you are looking for a game that gives you even more betting options then the new Spread-Bet Roulette is the perfect solution. It features a special inner wheel that gives you the chance to place special spread bets and win even more.

In general, the game works in exactly the same way as a standard European Roulette game. There is a spinning wheel that is divided into 37 numbered segments (from 0 to 36 inclusive) and each segment is coloured red or black (except zero, which is green). A ball is released into the spinning wheel and you need to bet on which segment it will come to rest on.

You will see that the game has the standard Roulette betting area and there you can place all the normal bets such as on ‘Odd’, ‘Evens’, ‘Reds’ and ‘Blacks’, bets on individual numbers, or bets on grounds defined by the layout of the betting area. The game also has a Racetrack bet view where you can place advanced bets such as Voisins du Zero, Tier and Orphelins.

However, thanks to the inner wheel, you can also place a number of special Spread Bets. These are bets on the total of the number from the regular wheel and the inner wheel added together. You can bet on the ranges 0 – 1, 2 – 11, 12 – 18, 19 – 33, 34 – 54, 55 – 67 and 68 – 72. For example, if the ball lands on 10 on the regular wheel and 9 on the golden wheel then the total is 19 and you would win if you had bet on the 19 – 33 group.

The regular bets offer the standard Roulette payouts, Straight Up pays at 35:1, Split pays at 17:1, Street pays at 11:1, Corner/Four pays at 8:1, Line pays at 5:1, Column/Dozen pays at 2:1, 1st, 2nd and 3rd 12 pay at 2:1, and Low, High, Red, Black, Even and Odd all pay at 1:1.

You can win far more from the Spread Bets, 0 – 1 pays at 400:1, 2 – 11 pays at 15:1, 12 – 18 pays at 10:1, 19 – 33 pays at 2:1, 34 – 54 pays at 1:1, 55 – 67 pays at 7:1 and 68 – 72 pays at 80:1.

If you are looking to enhance your Roulette play and see if you can win some more money then try Spread-Bet Roulette today.