Our Progressive Jackpot Report for February Week 1

Our Weekly Progressive Jackpot Report for February Week 1 shows none have been won and the Mega Moolah now sits at over £10 million! (Image by John Guccione at pexels.com)

We have now entered the first week of February and it is that time once again to take a look at how each of the biggest progressive jackpots is doing. We cover the Mega Moolah and WowPot progressive networks from Microgaming, Playtech’s Jackpot Giant and Gladiator jackpots, and various other jackpots from IGT, NetEnt, and Microgaming.

We look to see if any of those jackpots have paid out in the week since our last report, what those jackpots are currently worth, and whether they have gone past their average payout frequencies and average jackpot payout amounts.

Well, the long and short of it is that there has been no change. Not one of the jackpots has been claimed since we last reported on them. The only difference is that they are now bigger than before and further past their ‘sell by dates’ as it were.

By cross-referencing how often these jackpots have paid out in the past with the average sums they payout, we can tell which of them is due. In all honestly, each of the jackpots in our table has at least grown more or lasted longer than average, so each of them should, in theory, payout soon.

A Brief Example: If you look at our table, you will see that Playtech’s Jackpot Giant has an average jackpot win of €4,956,001 and usually payout every 159 days on average. Well, the fact that it currently sits at €6,275,935. and has not paid in 883 days (over 5 times longer than average) should tell you something. It has to go sooner or later and is at a value much more than average!

Our Jackpot Report for February Week 1 Shows the Mega Moolah at £10.5 Million!

For pure monetary value, the progressive jackpot network to play right now is Microgaming’s Mega Moolah. It is now at £10.5m, putting it at 25% more than its average win. Of course, you’ll know that the jackpots have reached much bigger figures than this before. Just last year in April, it recorded a record payout of £19,429,692! The Mega Moolah then paid a further 5 times in 2021 after that record win, the smallest being a £3,6 million win in September. However, the current jackpot remains unclaimed since the middle of November when the previous jackpot went for £5.6 million.

The most famous of all, this network comprises numerous titles bearing the Mega Moolah name. Each spin on these slots sees a small percentage of its stake go towards the jackpot. It continues to grow until somebody wins, at which point Microgaming seeds the jackpot with another £1 million and the process starts over again.

The two other jackpots with the biggest totals right now are the WowPot (£7,561,123), also from Microgaming (this one has a £2 million seed), and the previously mentioned Jackpot Giant (€6,275,935) from Playtech. As you go through the following table, you’ll also find information about some of the smaller jackets that are continuing to grow.

If you’re unsure how progressive jackpots work at the online casinos, we have produced an excellent guide for you. It will tell you exactly that, ‘How Progressive Jackpots Work in Online Casinos‘!

Progressive Jackpot Current Jackpot Average Win Average Payout Frequency Since Last Payout
Mega Moolah (Microgaming) £10,440,304 £7,364,337 42 Days 79 Days
WowPot (Microgaming) £7,561,123 £7,065,703 66 Days 164 Days
Jackpot Giant (Playtech) €6,275,935 €4,956,001 159 Days 883 Days
Hall of Gods (NetEnt) €2,293,585 €5,458,104 187 Days 197 Days
Arabian Nights (NetEnt) €2,006,716 €1,217,700 151 Days 484 Days
Mega Fortune (NetEnt) €2,034,791 €3,380,302 78 Days 119 Days
King Cashalot (Microgaming) £1,581,319 £665,436 264 Days 449 Days
MegaJackpots (IGT) £1,568,101 £893,634 57 Days 373 Days
Major Millions (Microgaming) £922,039 £1,162,621 30 Days 112 Days
Gladiator (Playtech) €787,746 €627,373 81 Days 118 Days