Details Out on Massive Jackpot Winner

Published September 7, 2010 by OCR Editor

Details Out on Massive Jackpot Winner

And the winner... played on Spin Palace casino.

A massive $4.1million progressive jackpot was hit last week on one of Microgaming's online casino slots games - Mega Moolah Summertime. In a press release that followed, the casino software provider confirmed the following details:

A jackpot of $4,170,128 was hit by a player on August 29th playing the Mega Moolah Summertime game at Spin Palace Casino.

Microgaming's CEO, Roger Raatgever, announced: "I am delighted that the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot has been hit again and can confirm that it was won by a player on the Spin Palace Casino."

The prize will be paid to the player in a single payment, a giant vanity check for the entire sum. As Raatgever explains: "Mega Moolah guarantees a single cash payout, in full, to the lucky winner, ensuring the player receives all of the publicized cash payout."

The jackpot is the largest Microgaming progressive jackpot win of the year. In 2009, however, an even bigger prize was won, the biggest ever in fact, namely the €6.37 million jackpot (May 2009). A visit to OCR's progressive jackpot meter (the Money Train Service) reveals the Mega Moolah jackpot is already steadily climbing to previous heights, currently at about $1,589,000.

Mega Moolah

Mega Moolah is a 5 reel, 25 payline slot machine with 125 coins, themed after the Lion King movie. It is the first 4-tiered casino slot in the Microgaming portfolio.

Mega Moolah has a wild, multiplier symbol, a scatter symbol, a Free Spins bonus game and a randomly activated Mega Moolah Progressive Jackpot bonus game.

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