Games Global’s WowPot! Jackpot Surpasses €40 Million, Setting New Records
Games Global’s WowPot! jackpot has reached an unprecedented milestone, surpassing €40 million and becoming the largest online prize pot in history. This achievement has generated immense excitement in the iGaming industry, as the jackpot continues to grow, potentially awarding the biggest online slot jackpot ever and surpassing the previous record by twice the amount.
Games Global is already known for its flagship progressive jackpot, Mega Moolah, which holds the title for the largest single win on an online jackpot, paying out an impressive €19.4 million in April 2021. Recently, another player struck it big on the network jackpot, winning an astounding €5.7 million in June.
WowPot! has revolutionized the jackpot scene, cementing Games Global’s position as a trailblazer in creating captivating mechanics for players. With four tiers and a staggering €2 million seed for the largest tier, WowPot! adds an incredible win potential to an expanding lineup of online slot games.
In addition to WowPot!, Games Global offers a range of progressive jackpots, including Mega Moolah, Ontario-ringfenced Maple Moolah, and the new King Millions, which launched in regulated jackpot markets and recently went live in Ontario.
Not only does Games Global’s network boast some of the largest jackpot prizes in history, but it also pays out wins more frequently than any other provider. In 2023 alone, the network has paid out over €73.8 million in jackpot prizes, averaging a win every 10.4 seconds.
Furthermore, Games Global has exciting plans for the progressive jackpot space in the coming year. On December 18th, they will release Gameburger Studios’ Mega Moolah Megaways, combining the popular Megaways mechanic with the massive win potential of the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot for the first time.
Andrew Booth, Chief Product Officer at Games Global, expressed his enthusiasm regarding WowPot!’s continued success and potential. He highlighted the jackpot’s €10 million growth since June and emphasized the anticipation of when it will be won, with the current prize pot more than double the previous record.