Games Global’s WowPot Jackpot has reached a world record level of over £31 million (or currency equivalent). The current world record jackpot was €19.4 million so the next winner is sure to smash the current amount by some distance. Speaking of the potential world-record WowPot jackpot, Games Global’s Chief Product Officer Andrew Booth commented:
“WowPot™ continues to wow the industry and players the world over, and there are over 30 million reasons why! We’ve seen momentum and excitement building for months since the jackpot surpassed a world-first £20 million. Here we are at another historic WowPot™ moment, and we can’t quite believe it! We can’t wait to see one lucky player hit this momentous jackpot sometime soon.”
The current world record is held by the Mega Moolah series (also powered by Games Global) with the Absolootly Mad: Mega Moolah slot delivering a €19.4 million win in April 2021.
The current WowPot Jackpot is worth £8,430,375.92.
The WowPot Jackpot series was launched in February 2020 and has surpassed the Mega Moolah series jackpots in recent times. With over 2.8 million jackpot winners, more than €100 million has been won in total.
WowPot jackpot slots come with 4 progressive jackpots. Triggered randomly by collecting certain symbols, you spin the Jackpot Wheel where you’re guaranteed to win 1 of the 4 progressive jackpots. The Mini, Minor, Major and WowPot jackpots are seeded at the following numbers:
|Starts at £2 million
|Starts at £10,000
|Starts at £100
|Starts at £10
Once in the feature, you spin the Jackpot Wheel where you’re guaranteed to win 1 of the 4 progressive jackpots. As you can see from the table above, the largest jackpot pays at least £2 million.
The largest WowPot jackpot was £15.1 million in April 2021 by a 32Red Casino player. From the UK, the customer known as Mr M was playing at 80p per spin on Book of Atem WowPot.
The lucky winner, who wants to stay anonymous, said he was in shock and has to Google how many zeros make up a million. Mr M was stressed with work but the record win will change his and his family’s life. He plans to buy a house and get married as well as buy new houses for his parents. The icing on the cake will be a vintage car.
Powered by Games Global and Microgaming, there are 10 slots in the WowPot jackpot series at the time of writing. With various themes and bonus features available, more WowPot slots are planned later in 2023 and in early 2024. In the meantime, here are our top 3 WowPot jackpot slots:
First up is The Finer Reels of Life WowPot which is a jackpot remake of an older Microgaming game. With a luxury/fine living theme, it’s played on 5 reels and 243 ways to win. It offers up to 5 random wild reels and 4 free spins features with various extras including rolling reels, burning wilds, wild wines and 5x multipliers. Jackpots aside, it offers 8,100 x bet max wins.
The detective-themed Sherlock and Moriarty WowPot is based on Sherlock Holmes and has 5 reels and 20 paylines. Superbly designed, it comes with mystery respins and a Free Spins feature where mystery symbols award sticky wilds, multiplier increases and/or additional free spins.
Finally, there’s Book of Atem WowPot that takes you to ancient Egyptian times. With 5 reels and 10 paylines, there’s a Free Spins feature with a special expanding symbol (like Book of Dead). The higher the value of the expanding symbol, the bigger the potential payout on each free spin. This can lead to 5,000 x bet max wins per free spin.
All 3 of these games are available to play at Unibet Casino. The Finer Reels of Life WowPot is exclusive to the Kindred Group (Unibet and 32Red) with the other 2 also being available to play. Founded in 1997, they offer more than 2,000 slots from the best providers including NetEnt, Playtech, Nolimit City and Play ‘n GO.
With regular promotions and dedicated iOS and Android mobile apps, they offer customers a wide range of payment methods as well as quick cashouts with no fees. You even have Apple Pay deposits and withdrawals available. New UK players will get a £40 bonus when they deposit £10 or more.