Microgaming’s progressive jackpot Pays Out
Microgaming’s progressive jackpot has been rather busy this year. Microgaming has paid out €89,879,343 in pay-outs. Eight winners earned about seven or eight-figure payout in the first six months of the year. The total money earned amongst them came to more than €43 million!
The biggest jackpot win of 2019 belongs to a gambler from Zodiac Casino. The jackpot was won on the 30th of January and it was the third biggest prize in the history of Microgaming. The prize had amounted to €13,328,028.16 and it was won through the Mega Moolah slot game, a progressive web slot. Additional prominent honour this year came in May. One bettor earned over €5.4 million on the 3rd of May while another player was given a prize of over €5.6 million. Both cash prizes were paid out in lump sums to the players.
CEO John Coleman commented by stating: “2019 is a year that Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network has been gearing up to. The network comes with total lifetime pay-outs that are quickly approaching the €1.1 billion mark. Cheers to all players on the network, which is the largest in the business and features record-breaking Mega Moolah progressive pokie. We are looking forward to hosting more life-changing victories in the second half of the year.”
Biggest Jackpot Ever from Microgaming’s progressive jackpot
While 2019 has been a positive year for the progressive jackpot network, the biggest jackpot that was ever awarded remains the one from Grand Mondial Casino which was won in September 2018. A casino player took a chance and started to enjoy popular Mega Moolah when he won over €18.9 million. Moreover, the prize money was won through mobile and it placed Microgaming in the record books once again for the biggest Jackpot Pay-out In an internet Slot Machine Game.
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