In just four months, Microgaming's meteoric progressive slot game, Mega Moolah has once again reached a multi-million dollar jackpot sum.
The lucky player who hits the jackpot will walk away with at least $6.8 million, and the chances are that the prize will pass the $7 million mark in the next few days.
As is always the case when progressive jackpot sums start to climb particularly high, more and more players try their luck on the game in the hope that they will win, and the end result is a jackpot that starts to climb even faster. Of course, this means that the jackpot can hit at any time...
If you want to walk away with a life-changing sum, visit Microgaming powered online casinos such as All Slots Casino and try out Mega Moolah slot and other progressive slot games.
About Mega Moolah Slot
Mega Moolah has been one of Microgaming's most popular games for many years and for good reason too. First of all, it holds the world record for the biggest online slot jackpot ever paid out in the history of internet gambling!
Besides the rewards factor, Mega Moolah is a very entertaining game to play. The graphics are great and the African jungle theme, fun, animated animals and the bright orange setting make for a fantastic gaming experience.
Mega Moolah is rich in bonus features, the most attractive being, of course, the four progressive jackpots which have, over the years, created countless millionaires.
The jackpots are: Mini, Minor, Major and Mega, with the largest one starting at a cool million and climbing until it eventually hits.
Biggest Slots Payout in History
In October last year, a British soldier, Jon Heywood, played Mega Moolah at a Microgaming powered online casino and took home the staggering amount of just over $20 million!
Heywood narrowly beat a record previous held by Net Entertainment's Mega Fortune slot as the biggest slots payout in history.
The 26 year old had just completed a tour of duty in Afghanistan and tried his luck on Mega Moolah slot before hitting the huge sum.
He said at the time that he would use the money to pay for medical treatment for his father who was awaiting a heart and lung transplant.