We have been digging into the stats to find the top 10 most-played slots at Boom Casino in 2021, and we are ready to show you the results. Check out the list below!

A mix of new and classic slots

Let’s dive into the list – here are the top 10 most-played slots of 2021:

  1. Sweet Bonanza and Sweet Bonanza Xmas
  2. Book of Dead
  3. Razor Shark
  4. Gates of Olympus
  5. Fruit Party
  6. Immortal Romance
  7. Wolf Gold
  8. Mental
  9. Fruit Rush
  10. Money Train 2

As you can see, the list is made up of a mix of new and older titles. It is no surprise to see heavy-hitters like Book of Dead, Immortal Romance and Wolf Gold on it, as these games have been ranked among the most popular titles for several years in a row. One of the newcomers on the list is Mental, the unique and somewhat eerie slot developed by Nolimit City. Despite being released in August, this volatile title managed to claim the 8th spot on the list.

2021 was an incredible year for Pragmatic Play. Not only did the studio add a ton of great new slots to its large games portfolio (Buffalo King Megaways and The Hand of Midas, to name a few), but several of its older titles are on the list, including Fruit Party, Wolf Gold,Gates of Olympus. What’s more, the provider’s blockbuster slots Sweet Bonanza and Sweet Bonanza Xmaswere the most-played slots of the year!

High volatility slots rise to the top

When we take a closer look at the list, one thing is clear: our players like to go big or go home. The majority of the titles featured on the top list offer high volatility and massive potential. Games like Razor Shark, Money Train 2, and Mental are so popular because they can pay out wins of tens of thousands of times your bet in a single round. Both Money Train 2 and Mental also offer a bonus buy option – a feature that has become more and more common in newer games.

We can’t wait to discover hundreds of exciting new slots in 2022. Will the same games be featured on next year’s top list, or will they be replaced by some of the year’s upcoming titles? Only time will tell!