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$12,259,073.92

Jackpot Giant

Bigger is always better in the betting world and that means there are few slots that can compete with Jackpot Giant. Aside from being one of the top Playtech slots around, this virtual spinner boasts some of the largest progressive jackpots in the world. With prizes easily topping £1 million and typically reaching the £5 million+ mark, there is no reason for any player not to stand on the shoulders of giants and take a spin on this game.

Jackpot Giant Game Info

  • Play across 50 paylines
  • Mystery bonus rounds
  • Progressive jackpot worth £1 million+
  • Software Provider: Playtech

How to Play Jackpot Giant

Jackpot Giant isn't only larger than life when it comes to payouts. In keeping with its name and all things "giant", you'll get to use 50 paylines when you bet at least £0.50. With more ways to win than many of the industry's leading slots, Jackpot Giant really is a big name in the game. However, without a wealth of images and features it can't claim to be the best.

Fortunately, Jackpot Giant is a visually impressive slot game with see-through reels helping create a nice synergy with the volcanos in the background. Beyond its impressive looks, Jackpot Giant also offers a bonus round where the jolly giant displays his immense power by smashing volcanos.

Depending on the volcanos you choose to obliterate, you can win instant cash prizes as well as additional picks which allow you to win up to six times in one bonus round. However, as great as these features are, Jackpot Giant slots really stand out thanks to their progressive prizes.

As long as you're playing for the max bet (which is only £4), if you roll in five golden wilds you'll be treated to a massive a progressive jackpot worth £1 million+. There are no mini-games, no choosing mystery boxes. Just spin and you could win the Jackpot Giant jackpot when you join us today.

Suggested Games: If Jackpot Giant seems like too big a challenge, why not take a turn on another great jackpot slot, Man of Steel, instead?

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