Gladiator Slot In Another Massive PayoutPublished September 2, 2015 by Arthur M
A lucky player has scooped a huge progressive jackpot win on the Gladiator slot, taking home $713,427.
Gladiator is one of the smash hit slots from the Playtech games developer. Based on the multi-award winning Russell Crowe movie from 2000, Gladiator Jackpot has just paid out a $713,427 win, the 10th huge payout since it was introduced.
The exact details of who won, and where haven't been revealed, but several popular sites like Winner Casino, 7Regal Casino and Eurogrand Casino all carry the game. Gladiator carries a prize that frequently exceeds $1,000,000 and on 14th October 2013, paid out nearly $3,000,000, followed just a month later by a $750,000 win.
About Gladiator Jackpot
Gladiator was the biggest box-office success of 2000, and tells the dramatic tale of Roman General Maximus, who seeks vengeance against new Emperor Commodus for the murder of his family. Images and clips from the film adorn the reels of this game, making it appeal to fans of the movie as well as anyone who likes their games to be packed with bonus features.
As well as the progressive jackpot, there is a Coliseum Free Spins game that is triggered by three or more Scatter symbols. Before the spins begin, players get to pick stones from each layer of a wall, with the number of spins, multipliers, plus extra Scatters and Wilds being added to the reels throughout.
Any win except the jackpot can be doubled several times over by entering the optional Gamble round, where players need to guess if a playing card will be red or black, with a correct guess giving them the option to Gamble again, but a wrong one losing the last prize.
The jackpot round is triggered by the Gladiator Helmet symbol, and players try to unveil Bronze, Silver or Gold Helmets, with nine Gold ones resulting in the jackpot payout. It's paid out immediately, and players can choose to have their win made public, or as would seem to be the case with this latest jackpot, they can opt to avoid any publicity.