The slot is a narrow opening, or passage, into which something can fit, such as coins in a slot machine. It also refers to a position or time in a schedule or program. To slot something in means to place it into its proper position, for example, he was slotting the CD into the player.

In video games, a slot is an area of the game screen where symbols are displayed and can be lined up to win credits. Often, the player will be required to match several symbols in a row to win. Slots are designed to appeal to the gambler’s imagination by offering a variety of bonuses, jackpots and promotions.

Felgo games often use a slot as a game element, for instance the Flask of Rum. If you are interested in learning more about creating your own slot games, visit the Felgo Games Examples and Demos page.

In the context of aviation, a slot is an authorization for a plane to take off or land at a specific airport on a given day during a given time period. Slots are used to control air traffic at extremely busy airports, and they help prevent repeated delays caused by too many flights trying to take off or land at the same time. This is a key advantage of slot management over other forms of air traffic control. The term ‘slot’ is also used to describe the position on a hockey rink where wingers and centers have the greatest chance of scoring without a deflection.