Published on 1 September 2016 by Rachel
Can you hear that rumble in the distance? That’s the sound of the Hall of Gods jackpot growing steadily, climbing ever higher as the Norse deities of old bide their time, ready to impart millions of blessings on one lucky player.
What is a progressive jackpot?
Hall of Gods is what is known as a progressive jackpot. Let’s take a look at what that means.
Casino players will probably be familiar with the terms local jackpot and progressive jackpot, even if they themselves do not play jackpot games. Local jackpots mean that the prize pot (the Big Win, in other words) is made up of the combined contributions of players at that particular casino. So players at Casino A can win only as much as the game at Casino A has accumulated from its own players.
Progressive jackpots on the other hand have prize pots consisting of the contributions of players from many casinos. This is why, like in Hall of Gods, the prize pot can reach astronomical amounts. As an example, players at Casino A who play a progressive jackpot game stand to win a pot made of the contributions of players at Casinos B through G. More players equal a bigger prize pot!
Hall of Gods slot
There’s a very good reason this jackpot is so popular among players. Take a look at its beautifully crafted symbols, evoking the fierce but elegant design of Norse motifs and depictions of the most famous Viking gods.
You can win one of three progressive jackpots – the Mega, Midi and Mini jackpots – on this 5-reel slot with 20 win lines. There are also scatter symbols, Expanding Wilds, Free Spins and an exciting bonus game to look forward to.
Hall of Gods is offered at 96 casinos and the current jackpot stands at an eye-watering (and life-changing) €5.32 MILLION!
If you want to play Hall of Gods for real – perhaps after you’ve tried it out for free on our dedicated page – head to our Jackpot page to find which of your favourite casinos hosts this mighty slot.