WowPot Progressive Jackpot Now At More Than $41 Million

by Staff

The biggest online slot machine progressive jackpot in the history of online casinos is called the WowPot jackpot. It recently climbed to more than C$41 million and is fast approaching $42 million. 

This life-changing progressive jackpot is connected to ten online slot machines, all of which are brought to you by Games Global and can now be found at hundreds of licensed casino sites. 

Which online slots are connected to the WowPot progressive jackpot network?

There are ten feature-rich online slot machines in the WowPot progressive jackpot slot series, meaning you can play to win the C$41+ million jackpot in any of the ten WowPot jackpot slots. 

Three of these slots, Ancient Fortunes: Poseidon Megaways WowPot (a Greek Mythology-themed slot), Cash ‘N Riches Megaways WowPot (a Money/Wealth/Gems & Jewels-themed slot), and Sisters of Oz WowPot slot (a kind of Wizard of Oz/Witches-themed slot), were all made by Triple Edge Studios. 

Fortune Factory Studios made the Wolf Blaze WowPot Megaways slot, which has a North American Wildlife theme. The Finer Reels of Life WowPot slot was made by Microgaming (a company Games Global acquired in 2022), and Queen of Alexandria WowPot was made by Neon Valley Studios. This one has an ancient Egyptian theme. 

There’s also the Middle Eastern/Arabian-themed Wheel of Wishes slot from Alchemy Gaming and the Sherlock & Moriarty WowPot jackpot slot from Just for the Win (JFTW) Studios. If you hadn’t already guessed by the title, this one has a Sherlock Holmes/Whodunnit/murder mystery theme. 

Others include a luxury lifestyle & wealth themed slot from Microgaming called The Finer Reels of Life WowPot, a traditional fruit machine-themed slot from Spin Play Games called 9 Blazing Diamonds WowPot, and another ancient Egypt-themed slot from All41 Studios called Book of Atem WowPot. 

Where can I play to win the WowPot Jackpot?

If you’re looking for a trustworthy online casino in Canada with one or more of the WowPot jackpot slots, the official Unibet casino site is one of the safest sites you can find them all at today. You must be at least 19 years old to sign up here. 

Can I play the WowPot jackpot slots from a smartphone?

Yes. All of the WowPot jackpot slots have been optimised for most modern smartphone and tablet devices (Windows, Android, and iOS). You can choose between playing these games instantly in your web browser or from within a perfectly secure mobile casino app. 

The WowPot jackpot slots also work well in most web browsers using any desktop computer or laptop. They only take a second or two to fully load, and most games are playable from as little as C$0.10 per spin. 

How high can the WowPot Jackpot climb before being won?

There is no upper limit to how high the WowPot progressive jackpot can climb. It can drop at any time, which is why the WowPot jackpot slots are so popular. 

The previous world record for the biggest win in an online slot machine was less than $/€/£20 million, meaning the current jackpot is already worth more than twice as much. 

Final note

The WowPot jackpot is just one of several progressive jackpots currently up for grabs. Another big jackpot that’s now worth over C$2,542,797 is connected to the Dream Drop Jackpot slots from Relax Gaming. 

There are over 30 titles in this series, all connected to the same progressive jackpot network. You also have the Jackpot King slots from Blueprint Gaming, the Age of the Gods jackpot slots from Playtech, the Daily Jackpot slots from Red Tiger Gaming, and the Mega Moolah jackpot slots from Games Global. 

Other hit titles include Bonanza Megaways from Big Time Gaming, Cheltenham Sporting Legends from Playtech, and Mega Fortune from NetEnt, to name a few.

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