The Top Three Most Popular and Profitable Progressive Slot Games

February 19, 2020 at 1:29 pm

The Top Three Most Popular and Profitable Progressive Slot Games Progressive slot games are your big chance at getting that mega real money win you have always wanted. A lot of the big money winners online have made their winnings from playing online progressive lost tournaments.

All you have to do for online casino progressive slots is enter the lot tournament. After the wagers start rising for each level therefore giving you a chance at winning even more.

Here is a list of some of the most profitable and popular progressive slot games you could try out will attempting to win that online real money casinos slot.

Mega Moolah

Topping the list mega moolah. The progressive online slot game lives up to its name and expectations. Surely, you are guaranteed to make mega money deals from this online slot.

The jackpot for this progressive slot game usually starts at a massive $ 1 million dollars! It is regarded as the most popular online slot game because of its well-known generosity.

The Microgaming game is also very accommodating when it comes to wagering. The lowest wager starts at $0.01 per line and riches $0.05. The maximum bet is just $6.25.

Mega Fortune

This one is Net Entertainment’s way of giving gamblers at online casinos a better chance at winning that real money online.

This slot game allows you a feel of the high life by using a Yacht as a wild symbol while the scatter symbol is a champagne bottle.

What better way of preparing you for that high life you will get after winning their megabucks!

Jackpot Giant

Imagine a big giant handing you that real money while you play. Well, this Playtech game has such an interesting and fun theme for its players.

Also, the 5 reel and 50 pay lines game comes with some of the best graphics, bonuses and interesting symbols as expected of all Playtech Games.


Now that you know the top three progressive slot games that guarantee you of all the mega wins, the ball is now in your court. Remember, when it comes to online casinos, the more effort and research, the more your chances of cashing in.


February 7, 2020 at 9:10 pm

Empire Owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment, the Empire Casino is a Las Vegas-style casino built on the site of the former Empire Ballroom in Leicester Square in the West End of London. Occupying a total of 55,000 square feet, spread over two floors, the Empire Casino opened, at a cost of £16 million, in 2007; it was, and still is, the largest casino in the British capital city.

The main body of the casino, which shares the ground floor with a separate, dedicated poker room, features 30 or so gaming tables offering classic games, such as blackjack, punto banco and roulette. The main casino floor also includes the majority of the state-of-the-art slot machines and electronic roulette machines, although a smaller number of electronic gaming machines is also available on the second floor and in the poker room.

Unsurprisingly, granted that the Empire Casino hosts the World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) and offers customers opportunities to qualify for the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event in Las Vegas, the Empire Poker Room has a WSOP theme. Nevertheless, players of all abilities can enjoy playing cash games or tournaments, for small or medium stakes, twenty-four hours a day, in a modern, vibrant, but nonetheless professional, setting. Capable of accommodating up to 80 players at any one time and with its own, dedicated bar, the Empire Poker Room is widely regarded as one of the best in London.


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Rio Officially known as the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, the Rio is situated on West Flamingo Road, a mile or so west of the stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard known as the ‘Las Vegas Strip’, in central Las Vegas. The Rio opened in 1990 but, nowadays, is probably best known as the home as the World Series of Poker, which it has hosted, in May each year, since 2005. Aside from a large, dedicated poker room, offering 30 tables, the Rio includes a long, winding casino floor – unsurprisingly, based on a Brazilian Carnival Mardi Gras theme – covering 117,300 square feet, or just over a hectare, in total.

The casino floor houses over 90 popular table games, including, but not limited to, baccarat, blackjack – single, double and full shoe versions – craps and roulette, together with poker variants such as Caribbean stud, pai gow and three card. Table minimums, on the whole, tend to be a little higher – mostly $25 for blackjack, for example, compared with $10, or even $5, elsewhere – than in nearby casinos. Lower-limit tables are located in the outlying areas of the casino but, for ‘high rollers’, a high-limit room has table minimums starting at $100. The Rio also features 1,200 traditional, spinning-reel and video slot machines, some of which offer progressive jackpots, with stakes ranging from $0.01 to $500 a spin, plus over 350 state-of-the-art video poker machines.