WGS Technology Progressive Jackpots
The jackpots listed on this page can be played at casinos that feature progressive games from WGS Technology. We have been tracking their jackpots since December 2009 and currently monitor 7 of their jackpots in total. Click a jackpot name to view win statistics, a graph of the recent jackpot progress, and further information.
Progressive jackpot statistics
|Jackpot||Value||Average Win||Biggest Win||Average Time||Last Won|
|Island Stud Poker||$28,304||$142,766||$142,766||6y 45w|
|6y 13w ago |
|Mega Money Mine||$125,142||$288,112||$288,112||6y 45w|
|6y 26w ago |
|Pay Dirt||$64,176||$58,025||$121,542||2y 15w|
|5y 29w ago |
|Red White & Win||$122,958||$990,529||$990,529||6y 45w|
|6y 12w ago |
|Win Place or Show||$15,138||$25,710||$157,388||23w 6d|
|1y 10w ago |
WGS Technology jackpots information
WGS Technology casinos offer a small number of progressive jackpot games. Five of the jackpots are tied to classic style slot machines: Mega Money Mine, Pay Dirt, Red White & Win, Treasure Trail, and Win Place or Show.
All of the WGS Technology jackpot slots have a fixed coin size and require you to play the maximum 3 coins to win the progressive jackpot, although the coin size varies from machine to machine - so you can pick a jackpot to suit your budget.
The other two casino jackpots are offered with progressive side bets at the Caribbean Stud and Blackjack tables.
Important note about Vegas Technology jackpots
Prior to the closure of all Vegas Technology (the previous incarnation of this software) casinos in mid 2011, more than $1.5 million in accumulated progressive jackpot funds, largely contributed by players were, to our knowledge, never returned or paid. The money simply disappeared along with the owners of the software and casinos licensing it. Now that the software has returned under the new WGS Technology label and the progressive games have returned with vastly reduced jackpots, we are left to ponder the question of what happened to the money that players previously contributed to the jackpot pools? Once again, we see the effect of the UIGEA law on U.S. gamblers: an unregulated marketplace where "mysteries" of this magnitude are able to take place with no recourse for the ones who bear the brunt of the rip-offs - the players.