Fri, Feb 14, 11:54am by Nathan Misa
While the game consistently sees the largest ever payouts in online gaming and averages around $3 million per win, the current Mega Prize is the first time the jackpot has totalled over $2 million since September 2013.
Players can join in on the progressive pokie at Royal Vegas Casino, either through computer or mobile devices.
Mega Moolah is a five reel pokie with 25 pay lines and has a maximum bet of 5 coins per line, with the option of 1c, 2c, and 5c coin sizes. The game has four levels of jackpots starting from $10, $100, and $10,000, and the coveted Mega Progressive Jackpot, starting at $1 million. The fourth-tier Mega Progressive Jackpot prize is hit every four months on average, and always resets to $1 million once a lucky player wins the big one.
Mega Moolah, released in November 2006, is powered by Microgaming software and is part of the Progressive Jackpot Network, a group which comprises of more than 60 Internet casinos and is a leading progressive pokie when it comes to awarding life-changing jackpots.
In May 2009, Georgios M. from Greece won the biggest jackpot in the game’s short eight-year history, taking home a tidy $11,672,539 AUD (£6.37 million) and becoming a multi-millionaire with a five Euro coin securing his win.
More recently, Gabriel L. from the UK took home $6,850,982 AUD (£3.7 million) in September 2013 while playing Mega Moolah mobile. He also made history by winning the largest mobile jackpot ever recorded.
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