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Progressive Race at Ladbrokes Casino

March 18, 2009

Ladbrokes Casino is the online casino portal of the Ladbrokes group. Ladbrokes also offers other online gambling products like sports betting, poker, games, bingo, financial betting, lotto and backgammon. Ladbrokes Casino is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar and is powered by Microgaming. The payouts are reviewed by eCOGRA.

One of the promotions offered by Ladbrokes Casino is currently a big hit. This is the Progressive Turnover Race. This promotion offers a prize pool of £2,450 each week. The distribution of the prizes is as follows. The first place wins £1,000; the second place wins £500; the third place wins £250 and the fourth to the tenth places win £100 each. The places are decided by the amount players wager during the week on progressive jackpot online games offered by Ladbrokes Casino. The ten players with the highest turnover in these games during the week share the prize pool as indicated above.

There is a reason why this promotion is gaining popularity. Progressive jackpots are games that become more viable as the jackpot ticker increases. The amounts that need to be wagered remains, the same, the chance of hitting the jackpot remains the same but the payout increases. Microgaming’s watershed progressive jackpot slot, Mega Moolah is ticking away at over $5.77 million. Today it is the most sought after progressive jackpot on the Internet. Even without any promotion it is drawing substantial traffic. The jackpot amount is rising at $10,000 per day, which is more than what many jackpots pay when hit. Hence players feel that since they are anyway going to wager substantial amounts on this progressive game might as well do it at Ladbrokes Casino and try for a share of the prize pool. The highest that Mega Moolah has been hit is at $5.56 million about less than a year ago. In fact that is the highest ever payout recorded in the online gaming industry. Hence whosoever hit Mega Moolah now will have his name etched in history. Mega Moolah is available in two formats, both sharing the same progressive jackpot. The older version has the African Safari theme while the later one, released late last year, has a theme of motor racing.

There are a total of 21 Microgaming’s progressive jackpot games on offer at Ladbrokes casino. All are eligible for the promotion except progressive poker games. Some of the popular ones are Roulette Royale, King Cashalot, Major Millions and Tunzamunni.

Ladbrokes Casino also offers several other promotions. Scratch Mania is played on selected slots and offers a daily bonus of £100. Wacky Wednesdays offers a £25 match bonus every Wednesday and Friday Payday gives 10 free chips every Friday.

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