Our jackpot report week 36 gives you the lowdown on the current state of all major progressive jackpot networks and slots! (Image from Jason Dent at unsplash.com)
The last couple of weeks has been quiet in terms of jackpot payouts, especially the larger ones. The last win of note was the €1.3 million won on NetEnt’s Arabian Nights back in August. All this means is that the major progressive jackpots we are tracking have now grown larger than they were last time around. The Jackpot Giant progressive jackpot is creeping towards €7 million while the Hall of Gods and the Mega Moolah are now both above €4 million.
You will then find several jackpots that are in the €1 – 2 million range, such as the WowPot progressive network and the King Cashalot, Mega Fortune, and Gladiator slots. As you will see on the table that accompanies this post, the Major Millions and Arabian Nights currently have the smallest jackpots right now.
That table will tell the current state of each jackpot as well as other information, including average payouts and payout frequencies. Using that information, you can decide which jackpot slots are worth playing. We do provide our own opinion in the ‘Play: Yes/No’ section, but it is up to you if you want to follow that advice. A jackpot can pay at any time, after all.