Mega Moolah break its own record

The Mega Moolah jackpot last paid out in September last year. Nearly four months ago now, they scored the biggest jackpot ever. Now it will be toppled once more.

The Mega Moolah is already over €19 million

Breaking the 19 Million mark

It’s a long time when the Mega Moolah jackpot doesn’t get won in four months. The last time someone hit the mega jackpot was on the 28th September. That’s well above average. In 2018, for instance, the jackpot was won in January, March, February, twice in April, in June and then again in September.

The last win was also the biggest ever recorded on any online progressive jackpot, clocking in at €18,910,668.01. It had been almost exactly three years since the Mega Moolah jackpot managed to establish a world record when this one was won.

Now, four months later, the record has been broken once again. Sure, the jackpot has yet to be claimed by a lucky winner. But at the time of writing, it was sitting at €19.3 million already, so whenever it will fall, it will break its own record.

Winning the jackpot

There’s no sure-fire way to claim the jackpot at Mega Moolah because the jackpot game is triggered completely randomly. You can spin away at minimum or maximum amount on the reels and activate the free spins a dozen times without once activating the jackpot game.

Whilst it is said that the chances of triggering the jackpot game increase with the size of your bet, experience shows that it is not necessary to place the highest bet of €6.25 to win. Last year, all big wins were won with smaller bets than that, significantly smaller bets, in fact.

So, you will have to visit your favourite online casino, open up the game and set the bet level at a limit you’re comfortable with and start spinning. And even if you activate the jackpot game, you may still only get the mini, minor or major progressive jackpots.

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