It is not easy to estimate when the first Wheel of Wishes slot big jackpot prize will be won. It could be triggered today, on its first day of general release, or it could be days, weeks or even months away. It may not be triggered for a year or more. That is the nature of progressives and it is also why companies like Microgaming keep the actual odds of triggering the biggest prizes on their game something of a closely guarded secret. BTW you can follow all the Wheel of Wishes stats here.
There is no doubt that Microgaming’s latest progressive jackpot behemoth, complete with its 2 million seeded top progressive prize, the Wowpot, has already got tongues wagging and slot players excited to try its somewhat unusual and different game play.
To understand why, you first need to understand the key factors that are evident on a progressive jackpot slot that has such large prizes available to be won.
This is an important thing to consider. As would you rather play a progressive jackpot slot that pays out 12 or 13 winners in a year worth a million or more (as Mega Moolah did in 2019 and 2017), or one that hasn’t paid out any as yet, but which is seeded at double the amount? Most experienced progressive slot players would prefer to play the slot with the track record of at least making some of its players millionaires.
However, in early 2020, Microgaming also released their new Atlantean Treasures slot game. This was also linked to the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot fund and this new game also offered a very different type of game to other Mega Moolah progressives.
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