Frost Queen Jackpots Has Five Possible Jackpots

Frost Queen Jackpots is the new online poker machine from Yggdrasil

Swedish pokies software developer Yggdrasil has a new machine for you to play. Frost Queen Jackpots hit the online casino world on January 4 and we put it through its paces. Is this poker machine a winter hit or is our reception frosty? Keep reading to find out.

Frost Queen Jackpots Fundamentals

Frost Queen Jackpots has many similarities to the Walt Disney hit Frozen. Too many for our liking if only because it made us sing “Do You Want To Build a Snowman?” all day.

There is the obvious winter theme with a massive castle and the titular Frost Queen. All that’s missing is a talking snowman.

Putting that aside, for now, Frost Queen jackpots takes place on a 5×3 board with 20 winlines. Your minimum bet comes in at $0.20 with the maximum setting you back €40. there are plenty of bet sizes between these two extremes.

You should be pleased to learn Frost Queen Jackpots has low volatility and a 28.09% hit rate. Throw into the mix a 96% RTP – or 4% house edge – and you have the recipe for some stress-free play.

Those player-friendly fundamentals mean the maximum payout is on the low side. Hitting the maximum payout even at the $40 level only rewards you $50,600. A 1,265x max win is small but to be expected all things considered.

Frost Queen Jackpots Symbols

Frost Queen Jackpots has eight main symbols to concern yourself with. Royals make up the low-value symbols with jewellery, a prince, and the Frost Queen herself making up the higher-value symbols.

The Frost Queen is the most lucrative symbol in the game, paying 200x for landing five.

Symbol 3 symbols 4 symbols 5 symbols
Frost Queen 3.5x 12.5x 200x
Prince 3x 11x 100x
Crown 2.5x 10x 50x
Necklace 2x 8.5x 37.5x
Aces 1.2x 4x 10x
Kings 1.2x 3.5x 9x
Queens 1x 3x 7.5x
Jacks 1x 2.5x 6.5x

A magic mirror represents the scatter symbol in Frost Queen Jackpots. Land at least three to trigger the free spins round. Landing five, however, gives you 10 free spins plus 500x your bet.

There are no wilds in Frost Queen Jackpots, which seems a strange omission.

What Are The Features?

The main focus is to try and hit one of the five jackpots offered. Hitting these is quite rare, which is why the other features are welcomed additions.

The Pick & Click Chest game triggers when two or more mirror scatter symbols land. Five chests appear and you choose one, with each awarding a prize. You win between 1-4x your bet, 10 free spins, or a random key.

Landing three, four or five of these mirrors gifts you 10 free spins or the Pick & Click mini-game. You receive a 50x or 500x payout when four or five scatters land in addition to this.

Collecting five identical keys in the base game unlocks treasure at the bottom of the screen. Treasure comes in the form of 10 free spins plus a jackpot gem. All wins during the free spins round are multiplied 3x. Collect five identical gems to win the corresponding jackpot.

  • Blue jackpot starts at $40
  • Green jackpot starts at $200
  • Purple jackpot starts at $600
  • Red jackpot starts at $1,500
  • Orange jackpot starts at $15,000


We couldn’t help being underwhelmed by Frost Queen Jackpots. This could be because Yggdrasil has a reputation for making superb pokies and our expectations were too high.

It is not a bad pokie by any stretch of he imagination. It does, however, feel like something is missing. Knowing the most you can win is 1,265x doesn’t fill you with excitement. A low payout is to be expected with such low volatility, however.

We liken Frost Queen Jackpots to being told about a new restaurant in town that everyone is raving about. You visit it and enjoy your meal but aren’t even remotely blown away. That’s this machine. It is enjoyable but equally as forgettable.