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32Red Mega Moolah jackpot hits £5 million mark

15 February 2008

(PRESS RELEASE) -- 32Red has announced that the Mega Moolah jackpot has hit the £5 million mark early at their casino, having promised to make up the difference until the jackpot is won. This news arrives just days after they were awarded their fifth consecutive Best Casino award from the independent casino watchdog, Casinomeister.

32Red is the UK's leading online casino and specialises in providing first-class support, employing and expanding cutting-edge technology and producing leading acquisition and retention offers. Company CEO, Ed Ware commented, "In 2008 we're planning to expand our online gaming portfolio whilst doing what we do best: rewarding our loyal customers."

32Red Plc has made a positive start to 2008 by launching their new mobile casino in January and then rewarding players in the 32Red 5 Day Carnival; both emphasise 32Red's commitment to fulfilling targets for 2008. "Making the biggest online jackpot even bigger at 32Red is just a small indication of what makes us stand out from other online casinos", added Ware.

Mega Moolah was produced by Microgaming and is part of their progressive slots network. Recognised as one of the most generous slot machines in the industry, it guarantees a minimum jackpot payout of £1million. This sum is generated by a fraction of the original bet entering a central fund, where it accrues until won in a wheeled jackpot game inside Mega Moolah itself. With the jackpot currently (correct at time of publication) at £4,939,724, 32Red are offering any jackpot winner an additional £60,000 with their Mega Moolah promotion to immediately take the jackpot winning amount up to a minimum of £5million.

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