Rock the Cash Bar

From the witty title to the time-consuming bonuses, this slot machine is about as welcoming as a cash bar at a wedding reception in terms of appeal.
Rock the Cash Bar - Yggdrasil Gaming - 5-Reels

Rock the Cash Bar – From the witty title to the time-consuming bonuses, this slot machine is about as welcoming as a cash bar at a wedding reception in terms of appeal.

Rock the Cash Bar RTP 96.1%

Slot functionSlot description
Slot Provider:Yggdrasil Gaming
Slot date created:
Rock the Cash Bar themes:5-Reels
Available on:Mobile, Desktop
Win lines:Unknown

Rock the Cash Bar is a video game review.

Theme and plot of the story

Rock the Cash Bar is a themed establishment based completely on a pun. Rock the Casbah is a slot machine that is based on the song of the same name by The Clash. It combines the concepts of a disco club (where rock music may be played) with a cash bar, where players may purchase beverages.

Bottles and the type of fruit that would be used to garnish an extravagant drink are the emblems used in the campaign. meantime, the backdrop is comprised of glitter balls, flashing dance floor squares, and signs directing guests to the club’s VIP area.

It takes a lot of guts to construct your slot upon such a shaky foundation. However, in this particular instance, it kind of works.

Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.

The background music is a cheery generic rock clip, albeit it is not the Clash’s Rock the Casbah, which is featured in the video. The spins and winnings are accompanied by chimes that give a distinct gameshow feel to them. The cheering crowd noises, which were most likely intended to imply a concert audience, serve to emphasize this impression even more.

The fruit and alcoholic beverage icons have a cartoonish appearance. They do, however, provide a traditional slot aesthetic for individuals who are trying to relive their childhood memories of their favorite one-armed bandit.

While this game does an excellent job of recreating the ambiance of a party from decades ago, it is especially enjoyable if you are in the mood for a little nostalgia.


Rock the Cash Bar is a five-reel, three-row video slot featuring a progressive jackpot.

This slot machine operates on the “any way wins” principle. The winning combos are formed by matching symbols that occur anywhere on successive reels, beginning with the leftmost reel, and ending with the rightmost reel. This results in a total of 243 different ways to win.

The gameplay is pretty typical of this sort of slot. Despite the fact that the bonuses provide a little diversity.

Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.

The Wild symbol may be used to replace any other symbol with the exception of the Scatter and Ticket symbols. They do not, however, appear on the usual reels of the game. Unless otherwise specified, wilds will only occur when the Wild Night Out feature is randomly activated. When this occurs, up to seven more Wild symbols are added to the reels.

The Free Spin bonuses are activated anytime a player manages to land both a Scatter symbol and a Ticket symbol on the same spin of the slot machine.

For the free spins, there are multiple stages to complete. The greater the degree of difficulty, the greater the value of the multipliers for the victories.

Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance

The return to player for this game is 96.10 percent, which is quite near to our yardstick for average return of about 96 percent (see chart below).

The range of bets on the site we tested went from a minimum wager per spin of $/£/€0.10 up to a maximum of $/£/€500.00 per spin.

The volatility of this game is minimal, which makes it a poor fit for our favorite slot machine methods, which we will discuss below. Our slot techniques are designed to provide the greatest amount of volatility feasible.


This slot, in contrast to most others from Yggdrasil Gaming, is a bit of a visual jumble. The symbols are cheesy in appearance, the animations are rudimentary, and the soundtrack is tiresome.

The low volatility of the slot does not help it, and the return to player (RTP) is too mediocre to alter our judgment on the remainder of the game.

It’s best to avoid this slot machine and go to a genuine bar instead.