A RTP Slot Live is a hole or compartment, typically in the form of a small rectangular box, in which a component can be inserted and secured. A slot is often used in the case of computer motherboards to accommodate expansion cards, such as an ISA (industry standard architecture), PCI (peripheral component interconnect), or AGP (accelerated graphics port). The term is also applied to slots that are located on the surface of a card or chip, including those on laptop computers.
A slot may also refer to:
A slot machine is a type of gambling machine that accepts cash or paper tickets with barcodes as input and pays out credits according to the paytable. Players activate the machine by pushing a lever or button (either physical or virtual), which then spins the reels and arranges symbols on them. The payouts are based on the combinations and sequence of these symbols. Many slot games have a theme, and the symbols and bonus features are usually aligned with that theme. In addition to traditional symbols, some machines also feature themed mini-games, such as a fishing game where the player selects fish that reveal potential prize amounts. These added features could not be possible in manually-controlled machines, and they are often a major draw for slot machine players.