Progressive jackpot history
The DC slots put out by Platech are simply fantastic. They give us a sharp look and feel of modern games that draw inspiration from the various super hero movies and television shows that have come out through the decades. The deployment of these games has a story to it, with Playtech previously having had several games based on the comic book properties from comic giant Marvel, dating back to before Marvel was purchased by Disney. After the purchase, Disney nixed the agreement at the end of the license period. Playtech were quick to sign an agreement with DC Comics to develop games based on their characters instead, and the previous Marvel jackptos became the DC Super Heroes jackpots.
The DC Super Heroes Major Jackpot is awarded completely randomly and can be won on any spin of the reels. This means you don't have to accumulate anything to win the jackpot. Any spin can get you one of the large prizes. The Major Jackpot is won more frequently than the Grand Prize, being taken home roughly every seven days on average. The jackpot pool grows with every non-jackpot winning spin of the reels, as a portion of that wagered amount goes into the kitty.
I am a big fan of the slots attached to this game. I was one of the few people who enjoyed Justice League, so getting to see my favourite characters like The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg on the reels was great. You can also get in on the campy action by playing the vintage 1960s era Batman slots, go out to Krypton with the Superman: The Movie, or make a bunch of stupid green instruments in The Green Lantern. All of these are tied to the jackpot, and with the great visuals, you should have fun spinning those reels. Who knows, you may end up with the riches of Bruce Wayne!