Mega Moolah Jackpot Still Going Up
01 Oct 2018 By admin
Very few eyes in the world of online slot games aren’t focused on Microgaming’s Mega Moolah right now.
The popular progressive jackpot slot has not made a millionaire for a fair while, and as a result the jackpot has built its way up to record numbers.
The highest win on Mega Moolah up to this point came back in October of 2015, when a mammoth £13.2 million was one by one lucky player.
However, that amount has been dwarfed at this stage, with the Mega Moolah jackpot sitting up at around £18 million, something that will at this point be a world record even taking into account the changes in exchange rate in the last two years.
The last jackpot win from Mega Moolah came back in June (2018) and the jackpot has been building ever since.
A part of every bet that is made on the slot goes towards the creation of the game’s four jackpots, the Mini, the Minor, the Major, and the Mega.
By now, it would usually have been expected that the jackpot wheel, that appears at random following a non-winning spin on the slot, would have triggered the Mega Jackpot, but that has not happened, and when it does, it’s going to be huge.
When will it be won?
Mega Moolah operates using a Random Number Generator (RNG) so it is entirely random when the jackpot will fall.
The gambler’s fallacy creates an illusion that because it’s been so long, it must drop soon, but it’s no more likely now than it was back in June.
However, the jackpot will, at some point, be won, and with £18 million now being the absolute minimum that some fortunate player is going to win, it’s worth taking a few spins on the slot, just in case!