Mega Moolah jackpot goes off with a bang
THE world’s most well-known progressive jackpot slots game Mega Moolah has been won at a World Gambling List-endorsed site.
A lucky player has walked away with C$16,496,347.95, or almost $16.5 million Canadian, from Jackpot City Casino.
While the winner has not come out publicly, we can assume that it is a life-changing win; that will join the legendary stories about this online slots game.
The Jackpot City Casino management team revealed that the player joined in 2018, and had only had a few spins in the session before hitting the big win.
The Mega Moolah jackpot has since been reset at $1 million, with it generally only taking a few weeks for the figure to become eye-watering.
Although Mega Moolah was released in 2006, it still remains one of the most popular slots games at online casinos, and almost always the biggest progressive jackpot.
The Microgaming slot is a 5-reel, 25-payline title that features a Mini, Minor and Major Jackpot, the last one mentioned being the big one.
Mega Moolah has paid out 10s of millions dollars in almost 15 years online.
You can play Mega Moolah and other Microgaming slots at Jackpot City Casino — where new players get welcomed with a huge sign-up bonus.
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