Jackpot Report Week 16

Our progressive jackpot report week 16 (April) brings you bang up to date with each of the biggest progressive jackpot slots and networks! (Image from PublicDomainPictures at pixabay)

Thank fudge its Friday, the best day of the week unless you work weekends as well! We can all sit and plan what we are going to do for the weekend whether going out and having some fun and a perhaps a few drinks, or staying at home and hitting the online casinos. Nothing wrong with doing a bit of both either!

If the latter, you might want to consider playing some of the best-known progressive jackpots. Why? Because another week has gone by with nobody scooping a major jackpot. That means each has grown even bigger than they were in our last report. In fact, combined, the progressive jackpots we track in this weekly report are now worth over $40 million. Two are now well established in the 8-figure range while you are unlikely to sniff at winning some of the others either.

As ever, we have taken a close look at the biggest jackpots and kept our ears to the ground for any big payouts. Knowing that none has paid, we have updated our table with the current jackpot amounts, their average payouts and payout frequencies and given you a verdict on if you should play them. As you can see, other than three, most are at a point where they are now past their due date and total amounts, so they could payout any time soon. And the fact of the matter them, that you have to be in it to win them!

Fun Fact: Did you know that you are not limited to the same withdrawal limits at online casinos when it comes to progressive jackpots? When you read our casino reviews, you will see that most online casinos have daily, weekly, or monthly withdrawal limits. However, these do not apply to big progressive jackpot wins as the funds come directly from the slot providers.

Go for the Big Two if you’re After Massive Money!

The Mega Moolah progressive slot from Microgaming is the most famous jackpot slot around, but it now has a handful of other titles that contribute to the shared jackpot available. You can now play exciting titles including Absolootly Mad, Fortunium Gold, Juicy Joker, and Immortal Romance Mega Moolah when trying to win that jackpot (currently worth £11,141,039).

As you will see from the accompanying table, the average payout is £7,660,391 and on average, it has paid every 45 days. As its well above the average and has gone 75 days since its last payout, this has to be the top progressive jackpot network to go for. Of course, Microgaming’s other network, the WowPot, is not far behind either!

Check out the rest of the table to establish the other jackpot slots you might want to play. If you are a Playtech fan, Jackpot Giant’s is probably your best bet.

Progressive Jackpot Current Jackpot Average Win Average Payout Frequency Since Last Payout Play: Yes/No?
Mega Moolah (Microgaming)



45 Days

75 Days


WowPot (Microgaming) £10,198,308 £7,065,703 66 Days 241 Days Yes
Jackpot Giant (Playtech) €6,424,285 €4,956,001 159 Days 961 Days Yes
Mega Fortune (NetEnt) €3,181,011 €3,380,302 78 Days 196 Days Maybe
Hall of Gods (Mega Fortune) €2,872,977 €5,458,104 187 Days 274 Days Maybe
Arabian Nights (NetEnt) €2,297,770 €1,217,700 151 Days 561 Days Yes
King Cashalot (Microgaming) £1,647,774 £665,436 264 Days 526 Days Yes
Major Millions (Microgaming) £1,265,972 £1,162,621 30 Days 189 Days Yes
Gladiator (Playtech) €1,136,602 €627,373 81 Days 195 Days Yes

MegaJackpots (IGT)

£546,956 £919,714 75 Days 18 Days No