jackpot report week 29

Our jackpot report week 29 brings news of a £1.6 million Major Millions payout and updates you on many other major progressive jackpots! (Image from [email protected])

Here we are, once again, with another update on the current state of many of the most popular progressive jackpot slots and networks. Last week we brought news of the second payout on Relax Gaming’s new Dream Drops Progressive Network. That time it was for €924,386.51, a similar amount that was won the first time around.

Well, this week we have more news of an instant millionaire being created recently. Microgaming’s long-standing Major Millions progressive jackpot slot paid out. Last Saturday, one lucky punter won £1,673,327 from a single spin of the reels. That was the second time in around two months that this popular slot has created an overnight millionaire.

All other major jackpots remain intact, but there have been several smaller winners of the Mega Moolah Major jackpot in the past week. As for the biggest jackpot currently, the WowPot is now close to passing the £14 million mark. That puts it into ‘Epic’ territory once it does finally pay! It would instantly become the biggest win of the year, so far as it is over a million more than the £12.7 jackpot paid out from the Mega Moolah back in May. Still, it could yet grow much bigger and even start approaching record numbers!

New Jackpot Slots this week: Relax Gaming recently announced a third title that will now contribute to and stand a chance of winning its Dream Drop jackpot. That title is Volatile Vikings 2, a sequel to another of the firm’s flagship titles. Plus, Pragmatic Play is expected to Launch Wolf Gold Power Jackpot this week. We will bring a review of that title once it is launched!

Jackpot Report Week 29: What Jackpots Slots/Networks are Hot?

Well, by looking at the accompanying table, you will see which casino jackpots we feel are worth playing. The WowPot is the big one, obviously. Other than that, you should consider playing the Jackpot Giant slot from Playtech, although it has now not paid out in over 1,000 days. NetEnt’s Hall of God is starting to look ripe as it now sits at over €3.6 million. Then you have Microgaming’s King Cashalot, which has not paid out for some time. Aside from those, it is probably best to avoid the rest for the time being.

All in all, spend most of your time on the WowPot as that is the one that will make the biggest difference should it pay out. Plus, you now have nine WowPot jackpot slots to choose from, so can stick to your favourite or switch between them.

Progressive Jackpot Current Jackpot Average Win Average Payout Frequency Since Last Payout Play: Yes/No?
Mega Moolah (Microgaming) £13,952,538 £7,065,703 66 Days 332 Days Yes
WowPot (Microgaming) €6,591,225 €4,956,001 159 Days 1,051 Days Yes
Jackpot Giant (Playtech) €3,669,717 €5,458,104 187 Days 365 Days Maybe
Mega Fortune (NetEnt) £2,027,414 £8,077,792 49 Days 19 Days No
Hall of Gods (NetEnt) £1,726,094 £665,436 264 Days 617 Days Yes
Arabian Nights (NetEnt) €1,395,760 €627,373 81 Days 286 Days Yes
King Cashalot (Microgaming) €1,203,698 €3,378,777 86 Days 84 Days Yes
Major Millions (Microgaming) £780,738 £919,714 75 Days 109 Days Maybe
Gladiator (Playtech) £608,463