We don't have any details on the win as of press time, but we can confirm that the jackpot was hit and is the ninth for the game since we began tracking it last year. The win is also the largest in the game's history, beating out a $419,000 win picked up in January.
On average the Cat in Vegas Jackpot pays out $231,774 and is won every three weeks. The game itself features a partying cat in Sin City, enjoying the casinos and wild nightlife that seem to go hand-in-hand. The game's progressive jackpot is won when a player is able to get to the slot machine bonus round. Players then need to select a slot machine, and if all the lights above the machine light up, the player wins the jackpot!
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