Progressive jackpot history
If there's one thing that I've learned over the years, it's that a casino game developer will take any commercial property that they can and change it just enough to create a new game that won't draw a copyright lawsuit. This is most definitely the case with Ozwin's Jackpots, a slot machine from Yggdrasil Gaming, which draws heavily on a certain wizard we know that attended Hogwarts. You know him, his name rhymes with Mary Snotter. Anyway, Ozwin's Jackpots takes us to the wizarding world and lets us take a crack at winning the Ozwin's Jackpots Apprentice Level progressive, which nets you a decent cash prize in the process.
The Apprentice Level Jackpot is the second lowest level progressive in this game, as it is hit every few hours, and traditionally doles out a three digit prize to the punter that hits it. The jackpot is won when players are able to collect five gem shards to get to a progressive jackpot bonus round, where you'll attempt to secure five identical orbs to claim the prize. The jackpot you win can be any one of five offered, depending on the particular gem you get your hands on.
As of the publication of this article, we've seen this prize hit hundreds of times in the short time that we've been monitoring it. The jackpot regularly pays out at the few hundred Euro mark, but has occasionally spiked up over the one thousand mark a few times. This is due to the fact that the prize is hit so regularly. This is a direct contrast to the larger jackpots, which are hit less often but feature much larger prizes.
If you're looking for a "magical" time, you should look no further than Ozwin's Jackpots. It's a solid game, and the large jackpots make it well worth playing.