Global gambling operator Microgaming sure knows a thing or two about Jackpots. Their progressive jackpot network has paid out more than £1.1 billion since it was established, and it looks like it’s going to keep paying out and create more millionaires.
For this year alone, eight players already joined the millionaire’s club after spinning the reels of Microgaming’s jackpot slots such as Major Millions and Mega Moolah.
The latest winner, a player from Sweden, was able to take home £13 million in August after making a £3 bet on Mega Moolah. The operator’s progressive jackpot network wins are always paid out as a lump sum instead of annuities.
Another player from the UK was able to take home over £1.4 million after placing a £3 bet on Major Millions.
Other Jackpot Winners
April 5 –A lucky player’s life changed forever after he triggered Mega Moolah’s progressive jackpot and won over £9 million.
May 5—A lucky player got more than he bargained for after triggering the bonus and won the jackpot prize for Absolootly Mad.
May 8—a lucky player won £7 million after playing Atlantean Treasures.
“With total lifetime payouts exceeding €1.2 billion, Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network has had an outstanding year to date, driven by a number of new game releases, including Wheel of Wishes, Atlantean Treasures, and Absolootly Mad. We look forward to building on this momentum over the coming months,, hosting more feature-rich games that feed into our leading jackpots which have paid out over €115 million across 2,571,389 jackpots so far this year—that’s more than eight payouts every minute on average!” John Coleman, Microgaming CEO, said.
Microgaming will continue to introduce new games to their lineup of networked progressive games.