Top Ranked Playtech Progressive Slots

Published: January 16, 2017

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Players at Playtech online casinos looking for big ticket progressive jackpots have quite a few options. There are three of them running above the €1 million mark and one about to breach this barrier. You can play these at online casinos like Omni Casino and Mansion Casino. Check out the details of the four progressive slots below and pick the ones that suit your needs.

For many years Beach Life has been the flagship progressive at Playtech online casinos, but is now ceding the top spot to Jackpot Giant. This progressive jackpot slot game has been hit only once since its launch. It paid €5.9 million to a lucky player in January 2016. After being reset it has now reached a ticker value of €4.6 million. Despite no history to go by, the wagering on this jackpot is slowly increasing. In order to hit the jackpot you will need to bet the maximum amount and get five wild symbols on the first payline.

Beach Life was last hit in July 2016 for €2.5 million. It is now at €1.3 million. The average hit on Beach Life is about €2.5 million so you may want to wait on this one for a while. But on the other hand, this jackpot has also been hit quite a few times under €1 million. When to start riding on a progressive jackpot is always tricky business and every player has their own strategy. In order to hit the progressive jackpot in Beach Life you have to get five sun symbols on the 20th payline with maximum bet wagered.

The third Playtech progressive jackpot that is at present above €1 million is the Holy Grail jackpot in Monty Python’s Spamalot. This also is a slow moving jackpot that has been hit only once. That hit was in January 2016 for €1.0 million. It has now crossed that level and is at €1.3 million. Unlike Beach Life, Monty Python’s Spamalot has plenty of bonus features along with a second tier progressive jackpot called the Not So Holy Grail.

Though Sweet Party €10 video slot has the lowest of the progressive jackpots under consideration at €0.9 million, it is in a way the best bet. The progressive jackpot is hit every two weeks on an average for an average amount of €1.0 million. So it is statistically ripe for a hit. Sweet Party is differently structured and uses blocks instead of paylines to award wins.


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