What is a Slot?

A narrow opening, especially one for receiving something, as a coin or a letter. Also, a position within a group, sequence, or series; a place in a schedule or timetable. Often, the term is used in reference to an employment opportunity.

A slot can be defined as a dynamic placeholder that either waits for content to fill it (a passive slot) or calls out for content to be added to it (an active slot). Slots and scenarios work in tandem with each other to deliver content to the Service Center but it is important to understand how slots are configured and how to use their properties for offer management.

There are a variety of symbols that can win you credits on a slot machine, and these are typically listed in the pay table, which is usually accessible through a ‘help’ or ‘i’ button on the machine’s touch screen or through a help menu. You can also ask a slot attendant for assistance, and they will be happy to explain these things to you.

A man walks by a penny slot and decides to ignore it, figuring that whoever whose credits are those will either return them or steal them. He’s right, but that doesn’t make the man any less envious of anyone who does win those credits.