Those who are familiar with gambling on slot machines at online casinos are surely familiar with progressive jackpots. Pretty much all gambling sites these days have some sort of progressive jackpot available, whether it be through a network of online slot machines, video poker or Caribbean Stud Poker, or even games like roulette and blackjack. Of all the progressives to be found at casinos online, the ones at the larger multi-line slot machines are definitely the biggest.
One of these slot machine games to reach a staggering jackpot recently was the nine line machine, Millionaires Club. This online slot, which was designed by the team at Cryptologic Software (which incidentally won Gambling Online Magazine’s Award for Best Casino Software), recently reached a jackpot of $1.6 million and growing. All online casinos using the Cryptologic gaming platform offer Millionaire’s Club for all of their real money account holders, since it is such a great game that anyone using the software would be mad to pass it up.
Commenting on the steady growth of this popular jackpot, the Managing Director of Cryptologic’s subsidiary company, Wagerlogic, stated that all the funds are liquidated and ready to be taken home by as many lucky players as possible, so they can keep on winning with no problems. The last time a jackpot of such proportions was won at the online casino was for nearly $1.1 million at the infamous InterCasino. And since Millionaires Club is one of Wagerlogic’s most popular online slot machines, the chances of this high jackpot being won are very good – and it is also likely to happen very soon.
Players should remember that in order to be eligible for the top payout of a casinos online progressive jackpot, not only do they need to be playing with a real money account, they should bet the maximum wager allotted at the machine in order to get the full payout rather than a smaller and less impressive amount from the game. The reason that gamblers with practice accounts cannot play progressive games is that by doing so, the growing jackpot would not be accurately reflected, as free cash play would be included.