Online gaming and bingo site Jackpotjoy has paid out some huge wins over the months of December and January. In fact in January Jackpotjoy broke all their own records by giving away £10,509,964 in online bingo and slots jackpots in ONE SINGLE DAY. There’s no doubt about it, there have been some massive prize winners playing at Jackpotjoy over the last few months, resulting in some very happy households around the country.
Jackpotjoy, owned by gaming conglomerate Gamesys, is known for its popular, award winning TV adverts, featuring Barbara Windsor. The adverts mainly promote their online bingo but in fact, it seems many of the biggest jackpots are won by players who enjoy the online slots and instant games.
The Wonderland Slots game has seen winners raking in thousands of pounds. In fact, just three days before Christmas, a player named Kate, from South West England, walked away with a staggering £990,685 after playing the Wonderland Slots game. This jackpot is the third largest paid out by Jackpotjoy with previous wins being given away via their hugely popular Deal or No Deal game. Kate was understandably shocked by her win. In addition to this, the Wonderland Slots game saw a further payout of £40,144 to another player named Sue. Chances are with successes like these that the Wonderland Slots game will become even more popular.
There have been winners on other Jackpotjoy slots and casino games too. Valerie N. Mrs. N has agreed to share her £10,961 winnings with her friend and won the huge prize playing on the classic slots game: Tycoons Progressive. The game itself is an old classic which has been adapted for online gaming and has clearly provided lots of luck for Mrs. N. Another big win was seen on the popular Jackpotjoy Diamond Bonanza game. Lucky Leah S won a massive £17,567 playing on Diamond Bonanza, which has become one of the most popular online slot games available at Jackpotjoy.
It’s become more and more popular for online bingo companies to embed instant and slot games into their bingo software, this is so players can enjoy both types of gaming without having to switch between too many screens or lose track of their bingo tickets.