Mega Moolah Goddess Slot pays out 3.6 Million Euro

Throughout the iGaming industry, Microgaming is known for its record-breaking progressive jackpot slots. One of the biggest jackpots in the history of the industry was recently paid out on the Mega Moolah Goddess slot which is one of the many slots in the Mega Moolah series of Progressive jackpot slots.

Playing Mega Moolah Goddess, a lucky player won a huge jackpot worth €3,947,030.58 on 16th November. There has been no bigger win on this type of slot so far. It is a high-volatility game that has an ancient Egyptian theme.

When the player was interviewed shortly after the life-changing win, they still did not believe their luck and kept pinching themselves to ensure it was real and that they weren’t in some fantasy dream.

They also could not say what they would do with their winnings but said it would definitely be put to good use and invested for a rainy day. There might also be an overseas holiday on the cards, but it won’t be an extravagant one.

About Microgaming

As one of the early online gaming providers, Microgaming has been around for a long time. Since 1994, the company has been providing casino services to clients all over the world. The company is based on the Isle of Man and employs over 2,000 people. In addition to affordable online casino games, it also offers mobile casino games.

There are bingo, poker, live dealers, sports and trading solutions available, and the most popular games include Thunderstruck, Tomb Raider, Mega Moolah, Avalon II, Bush Telegraph, Game of Thrones and many others. With the launch of Quickfire in 2010, the company focused more on developing online slots.

To increase the number of players who can win a life-changing jackpot, the company is constantly expanding its progressive jackpot network.


Psycho Video Slot by Nextgen

Based on the original Hitchcock film, Psycho is a NextGen 5-reel, 25-payline video slot. There is a lot of suspense and horror in this world, and the animations are chilling. The betting ranges from $0.50 to $100 per spin. Scatter symbols and wild symbols can be found in this slot game along with free spins, multipliers, and wild symbols. The RTP of Psycho is 95.57% and the maximum win is 62500x.

Psycho Symbols

Haunted House is the Scatter symbol, and Wild is the Wild logo. Also paying x1000, x250, x200, x200, and 150x for five symbols on a payline are a Blonde Woman, a Detective, a Peephole, Cash, and a key. There are ten low-value symbols in Psycho: A, K, Q, and J.

Psycho Bonus Features

Any spin will be enhanced by Psycho Wilds. In the base game, players may multiply their wins by 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 10x, or even 20x if they have Wild symbols. You can win some big prizes with these, which are applied at random.

Free Spins Feature

Three or more Scatter icons trigger the Free Spins feature. The player can earn 10 Free Spins for three Scatter symbols, 15 Free Spins for four Scatters, and 20 Free Spins for five Scatter symbols. A multiplier of 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x, 20x or 40x is applied to wins during this feature. It would be a huge bonus if a win were multiplied by 40x. It is also possible to re-trigger this feature too.


The soundtrack of Psycho brings this iconic film to life with its visuals and mysterious setting. If you book a room at the Bates Motel, be vigilant. This is a slot that every avid online slot player should check out as there is some big win potential, especially given the 40x multiplier.

Moon Shadow Slot by Barcrest


Moon Shadow is a medium volatility 5x 3 game with 20 paylines from Barcrest and designed for players who want to leave daylight behind and enter a mysterious world of glowing wolves, flowers, and lucrative cash prizes. It comes with killer free spins and a Big Bet feature for double the win lines during the base game.

The slots RTP sits at 96.07% and bets range from 0.1 to 500.00 per spin making it the perfect game for players with small budgets and high rollers. Get ready for the moon shadow and spin your way to a 250000-max win.

Moon Shadow Bonus Features

The Free Spins feature is triggered by landing 3 of the scatter crown-wearing moon goddesses on reels 1, 3 and 5 only. Players receive 10 Free Spins with one of the symbols from the paytable getting designated as the wild during this round allowing you to earn bigger cash prizes. Three to 5 wilds on a payline payout between 60x and 500x the line bet and further to this a scatter on the 5th reel and you earn a further 4 to 8 Free Spins.

The highlight of the game is its Big Bet feature. This feature doubles the player’s number of paylines to 20 but you must be willing to commit to five linked consecutive spins. The wins get accumulated during this feature and only get paid out when you have completed all the spins.

Final Thoughts

The Moon Shadow slot from Barcrest is an excellent escape into a mysterious world, it’s immersive and has an RTP of 96.07% with a fabulous Big Bet Bonus doubling the number of paylines and not failing to mention a massive win of 250 000. This medium volatility slot also comes with a superb soundtrack and smooth and flawless graphics.

MIT Blackjack Team

The exploits of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Blackjack Team inspired the bestselling book, ‘Bringing Down the House’, written by Ben Mezrich and, in turn, the Columbia Pictures film, ‘21’, starring Kevin Spacey and Jim Sturgess. According to Mike Aponte, who first played on the real MIT Blackjack Team in 1992, both the book and the film take artistic liberties.

In any event, the MIT Blackjack Team was a small group of students and former students, recruited not just from Harvard Business School, but from colleges throughout Boston and further afield, involved in card counting in the casinos of Atlantic City and Las Vegas. Under the strict supervision of Bill Kaplan, a Harvard graduate who had deferred his entry to Harvard Business School to form a highly profitable blackjack team in Las Vegas, the team was run like a business.

The original investment, $89,000, financed internally and externally, was doubled within the first ten weeks of operation in 1980 and four years later, when Kaplan ceased managing the team, the total invested in the enterprise had risen to $350,000. The MIT Blackjack Team continued to grow, and prosper, until 1994, when it split into two groups, known as ‘Amphibians’ and ‘Reptiles’, which continued, in various guises, until the turn of the Millennium.

Don Johnson

Not to be confused with actor of the same name, Don Johnson is a professional blackjack player best known for winning over $15 million from three Atlantic City casinos – namely Borgata, Caesars Atlantic City and Tropicana Atlantic City – in 2011. Johnson did so not by card counting, but by negotiating changes to standard casino blackjack rules which, collectively, provided him with an effective edge of around 0.26% over the house. Among the changes he negotiated was a loss rebate of 20% every time he lost $500,000 or more; critically, the loss rebate was reset every day, with no minimum play requirement.

By playing the ‘perfect’ game, under already advantageous conditions, Johnson won $5 million at Borgata and $4 million at Caesars Atlantic City, which subsequently banned him, before continuing his winning streak at Tropicana Atlantic City. In a twelve-hour stint at Tropicana Atlantic City, Johnson won nearly $6 million, including $800,000 in a single hand. Having bet the table maximum wager of $100,000, he was dealt two eights, which he split, only to be dealt two more eights, which he split again. By now playing four hands, at $100,000 apiece, Johnson received a series of favourable cards, allowing him to double down on each hand and thereby increase his total bet to $800,000. The dealer duly bust, so Johnson won all four hands. Unsurprisingly, the loss of nearly $6 million in a single session devastated monthly revenue at Tropicana Atlantic City, such that, like Borgata, the casino quickly rescinded the favourable playing conditions and table limit.