jackpot report week 22

Our Jackpot report week 22 brings you right up to date with what’s been happening with the biggest progressive jackpots during last week. (Image from Tima Miroshnichenko at pexels.com)

It has been a period of rebuilding for the majority of the progressive jackpots we are tracking for this report. We had a run of jackpot wins, which means that many are well below the averages in terms of jackpot amount and payout frequency. In the last week and a half, more than £20 million has been paid out from the jackpots we keep an eye on. The biggest win came from Mega Moolah, the most famous progressive jackpot slot of all. It paid out £12.8 million a few weeks back.

As an example of how popular Mega Moolah is, you will see in the table that accompanies this article that it has already grown to be the third-largest jackpot on the list despite that recent payout. A £1 million jackpot seed helps, but it has still grown a further £2.8 million in size in three or so weeks.

There was a jackpot win of note to report on in the last seven days. Although not a jackpot slot we currently track, we can reveal that RealTImeGaming’s Aztec’s Millions slot was the biggest jackpot that paid out last week. Won after we wrote last week’s report, some lucky punter took down $1,281,486, which is well below its average win of $2,080,196.

If you are new to progressive jackpots and want to learn more about how they work, the developers that offer them, and the titles you can play, then head to the most extensive casino jackpot guide you will find online.

The WowPot Still the Biggie that is Ready to Create a Huge New Winner!

You only have to take a quick glance at the below table to realise the top jackpot going right now. That is the WowPot from Microgaming. It sits at almost double the total offered by Playtech’s Jackpot Giant progressive slot. The great thing about this network, and indeed Microgaming’s Mega Moolah progressive jackpot network, is that you have a choice of slots to play. They all contribute to the jackpot. A quick look at the official page for this jackpot shows you information about this 2 million seeded network and the games that you can play to win it.

As for the rest of the jackpots, while our table says now is probably not the best time to play them, jackpots can go at any time. Average payout means that jackpots have come in lower and higher, so there is no magic formula. The Aztec’s Millions win mentioned above is a big example of this. If we tracked it, we would have it down as a ‘No’ in terms of the likelihood it would payout.

Progressive Jackpot Current Jackpot Average Win Average Payout Frequency Since Last Payout Play: Yes/No?
Mega Moolah (Microgaming) £11,625,058 £7,065,703 66 Days 283 Days Yes
WowPot (Microgaming) €6,505,862 €4,956,001 159 Days 1,003 Days Yes
Jackpot Giant (Playtech) £3,835,317 £8,077,792 49 Days 23 Days No
Mega Fortune (NetEnt) €3,244,016 €5,458,104 187 Days 316 Days Maybe
Hall of Gods (NetEnt)


£665,436 264 Days 568 Days Yes
Arabian Nights (NetEnt) £1,482,226 £1,162,621 30 Days 231 Days Yes
King Cashalot (Microgaming) €1,289,351 €627,373 81 Days 237 Days Yes
Major Millions (Microgaming) €668,720 €3,378,777 86 Days 35 Days No
Gladiator (Playtech) £652,987 £919,714 75 Days 60 Days No
MegaJackpots (IGT) €376,190 €1,322,576 157 Days 29 Days No

New Progressive Jackpot: Keep an eye on the Dream Drops jackpot from Relax Gaming. While that jackpot is currently only available on the developer’s Temple Tumble 2 slot, they have revealed they will add it to another shortly. This jackpot could grow to become a rival to some of the top ones in the table below.