The company released an email to players, which read:
"As promised, we have news for you regarding our recent changes to our casino game lineup and the resulting impact to our progressive jackpot offering. We know how popular some of these progressive jackpot games are for our players and so to help make up for those games, over the coming weeks we'll be adding extra amounts in total of $1.25M to a number of our own jackpot games."
Desktop games getting the jackpot money will be Food Fight, which will get $185,000, and Super Diamond Mine, which will get $125,000. Mobile players will see Jackpot Piñatas getting $187,500 in jackpot money funded to it.
The email to players continued, "On Monday July 11, we will begin to distribute another $750,000 across select games by increasing the starting jackpot amounts from $1000 to $5000 per jackpot, and matching jackpot contributions by an additional 1% per wager. This will continue until the $750,000 figure has been met.
The games offering these elevated jackpots are:
- Bulletproof Babes
- Sevens and Stripes
- Caesar's Empire
- Aztec's Treasure
- Cleopatra's Gold
- Dirty Martini
"We thank you for your continued support, please stay tuned for exciting new game releases in the coming months as we continue our search to provide you with games of the highest possible quality and entertainment."
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