The Mega Moolah Progressive Jackpot Network
By far the most popular progressive jackpot network at Australian online casinos is Mega Moolah. It has reason to be. Mega Moolah creates a millionaire every time the Mega Progressive is hit. The Mega Progressive jackpot amount is once again on the verge of breaching the AU$10 million mark. It is the correct time to start playing this jackpot network. For new players, this article provides some basic information on Mega Moolah.
Mega Moolah is a Microgaming product. Five fantastic video pokies are networked to this progressive jackpot. Wagering on any of them increases the jackpot amounts and the jackpots can be hit from any of the online pokies. The first of these pokies was Mega Moolah, which had the popular African safari theme. Then Summertime, Isis and Five Reel Drive were added in quick succession. The latest online pokie in this progressive jackpot network was The Dark Knight. This is a branded pokie based on the Warner Bros hit film with Batman.
The progressive jackpot is hit through a bonus game that can be triggered randomly after any spin. There is no minimum wager needed, but the bonus game has a larger probability of being triggered with larger wagers. There are four independent progressive jackpots – Mega, Major, Minor and Mini. Once you trigger the bonus game, you are assured of hitting one of the progressive jackpot tiers. The bonus game displays a wheel that contains different coloured bands for the different progressive jackpots tiers of Mega Moolah. You spin the wheel. When the wheel stops the colour of the band next to the arrow indicates which jackpot tier is hit. The smaller jackpot tiers have more bands and are hit more often. There is only one band for the Mega Progressive making it the most difficult to hit.
The Mega Progressive jackpot starts at AU$1 million. The Major Progressive starts at AU$10,000, the Minor Progressive at AU$100 and the Mini Progressive at AU$10. It is obvious that the Mega Progressive is on the radar of every player at Australian online casinos. At the time of writing it was running at AU$9,935,355. The jackpot was launched in 2006 and since then it has been hit 26 times. The average payout has been AU$4,608,236 with a hit on an average every 13 weeks. The biggest ever hit was over 13 million credits. The latest hit went to an Australian player at Spin Palace online casino who took home AU$10,423,223.
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