jackpot report week 38

Use our jackpot report week 38 to get an idea of the current landscape in the progressive jackpot iGaming vertical! (Image from Alexander Grey at unsplash.com)

If you were hoping to learn about yet another winner of a seven or eight-figure progressive jackpot payout, you are out of luck. Actually, we could say that you are in luck, as that means there is more for you to win should you manage to get fortunate enough the next time you play some of the biggest jackpot slots.

There were jackpot wins, of course, but these were the smaller jackpots such as those below £/ €100,000. They pay out a lot more frequently. For example, the Mega Moolah ‘Mega’ jackpot just paid out £28,556 a little over an hour ago. That same jackpot was paid out twice yesterday as well, for £14,515 and £22,836, respectively.

However, while they are welcome wins, it is the truly life-changing sums of money that most of you would rather land. Unfortunately, since Relax Gaming’s Dream Drop paid €1.5 million to its third big winner last week, no other significant jackpot has been claimed. What that does mean is that the main jackpots from providers such as Microgaming, NetEnt, and Playtech have got bigger.

You can see the current status of 10 of the biggest jackpots we are tracking in our table at the end of this article. To sum up, however, Playtech’s Jackpot Giant progressive jackpot remains the biggest at €6,694,628. Catching up fast is the legendary Mega Moolah progressive network from Microgaming at £5,656,553. The latter has grown 600k in the last week alone.

There were some land-based wins to talk about, at least. International Gaming Technology (IGT) revealed during the week that its Wheel of Fortune slots had paid out two CA$1 million+ jackpots in Ontario during the month of August.

What Other Jackpots are Worth Playing?

As you will see in the table below, we feel there are four progressive jackpots worth playing now. Those are the Jackpot Giant (€6,694,628), Microgaming’s King Cashalot (£1,780,684), Gladiator (€1,513,434) from Playtech, and IGT’s MegaJackpots (£1,070,046). Following those are a few that we have put into the ‘Maybe’ category. As for the rest, while our table suggests avoiding them, they could still pay out at any time. My personal tip is King Cashalot, as this is well past its sell-by date and has a current jackpot that is three times the size of its average payout.

Progressive Jackpot Current Jackpot Average Win Average Payout Frequency Since Last Payout Play: Yes/No?
Jackpot Giant (Playtech) €6,694,628 €4,956,001 159 Days 1,115 Days Yes
Mega Moolah (Microgaming) £5,656,553 £8,147,443 48 Days 83 Days Maybe
Hall of Gods (NetEnt) €4,158,147 €5,458,104 187 Days 429 Days Maybe
WowPot (Microgaming) £3,100,936 £8,217,278 121 Days 41 Days No
King Cashalot (Microgaming) £1,780,684 £665,436 264 Days 681 Days Yes
Mega Fortune (NetEnt) €1,775,015 €3,378,777 86 Days 147 Days Maybe
Gladiator (Playtech) €1,513,434 €627,373 81 Days 349 Days Yes
MegaJackpots (IGT) £1,070,046 £919,714 75 Days 172 Days Yes
Major Millions (Microgaming) £827,454 £1,120,692 45 Days 68 Days Maybe
Arabian Nights (NetEnt) €121,874 €1,322,576 157 Days 106 Days No

Where to Play Jackpot Slots? Most online casinos will offer jackpot slots of one kind or another. However, if you want to make sure a platform has the ones you want to play, read our online casino reviews first. We always look at the jackpot slots each casino has to offer. We tell you whether the casino has the WowPot, Mega Moolah, Age of the Gods series from Playtech, or any of the others that might interest you.