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How the winnings are separated by the provider?

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Hi everyone, I have a very interesting question. I have heard that the prize pool is separated by the provider, not by the casino... The meaning of this is that the winnings are separated by the slots, no matter which casino u will use... Does someone have such information, am I right or wrong? Any info will be helpful! Thanks and good luck!

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That's actually correct but not all providers are using that pool jackpot. for examples casinos that have progressive jackpots of RTG usually have their one pool prize so if you'll play different brands you'll see a different pool. 

The big companies such as Microgaming, Netent and NETENT have the progressive jackpots which are from a pull for all casinos such as MegaMoolah (Microgaming), Mega Fortune (NETENT) or Gladiator (Playtech).. and more.

Pooled Jackpots are very attractive since they have huge amounts you can win while local casino progressive usually never reach. 

Also you can keep playing these games on different providers and still have the chance to win the big amounts. 

By the way, if you want a cool tool to keep tracking the progressive jackpots (including the pooled) you can download the JackpotsFinder.com app which is available for both Android and IOS (on Apple Store). 

I use it for few months it's great, I can setup alerts, see stats of winnings, get bonuses from casinos offering the jackpot and more !

 

 

  

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2 minutes ago, Nofigy said:

That's actually correct but not all providers are using that pool jackpot. for examples casinos that have progressive jackpots of RTG usually have their one pool prize so if you'll play different brands you'll see a different pool. 

The big companies such as Microgaming, Netent and NETENT have the progressive jackpots which are from a pull for all casinos such as MegaMoolah (Microgaming), Mega Fortune (NETENT) or Gladiator (Playtech).. and more.

Pooled Jackpots are very attractive since they have huge amounts you can win while local casino progressive usually never reach. 

Also you can keep playing these games on different providers and still have the chance to win the big amounts. 

By the way, if you want a cool tool to keep tracking the progressive jackpots (including the pooled) you can download the JackpotsFinder.com app which is available for both Android and IOS (on Apple Store). 

I use it for few months it's great, I can setup alerts, see stats of winnings, get bonuses from casinos offering the jackpot and more !

 

 

  

Thanks, very much!

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