Microgaming have officially passed €1 Billion In Jackpots with the latest Windfall

Microgaming have officially passed €1 Billion In Jackpots with the latest Windfall

Isle of Man-based iGaming supplier Microgaming reach an epic milestone by officially passing the €1 Billion in Jackpots landmark after paying out €13.3m windfall to a player at Zodiac Casino. This makes Microgaming officially the largest progressive jackpot network in the industry.

Their flagship Mega Moolah progressive jackpot has made millionaires for 68 players since 2013. Just in the last three years, 30 of these players have received life changing jackpots. Microgaming’s network continues to grow as players flock to the millionaire making iGaming supplier for thrilling experiences and amazing lump-sum rewards. All players are paid out in the currency in which the winner played the game and then converted to EUR on the day of win or at the time of the payout.

Traveling down memory lane to 2015, Mega Moolah made it into the Guinness Book of World Records with a €17.8 Million jackpot win by lucky Betway player, Jon Heywood. Jon hit the record winning sum on just a 25p spin. Then, in September of 2018, this record was beaten when a player struck a €18,915,872.81 jackpot at Grand Mondial Casino.

Commenting on this major achievement is John Coleman, CEO of Microgaming, “What an astonishing milestone for Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network! We are incredibly proud to see total payouts exceed the €1 billion mark – congratulations to all the lucky Mega jackpot winners who have been part of this remarkable story. The network has been awarding life-changing wins since 1999, including thousands of five and six-figure sums, and we look forward to building on this remarkable success in the future with the development of even more innovative and rewarding gameplay experiences for players.”

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