All Slots Casino Jackpot hits £3m

allslots-160x160.png16 August 2013 (Ta Xbiex, Malta) – All Slots Casino’s Mega Moolah jackpot is ready to break, with one lucky player set to win more than £3 million.

The five-reel, 25 payline game is one of the most popular slot games at All Slots Casino, one of the longest established online casinos in the UK market. Players can play the progressive jackpot game on their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch by downloading the All Slots Casino app from the UK App Store, or choose to play on Android or Blackberry devices or on their PC.

The biggest ever win on Mega Moolah came last December, when a player from the UK won a huge £5.88m for a stake of just 30p. All players have a chance at the jackpot for just 1.25 credits or £1.25.

“With the launch of the All Slots Casino mobile app, players have more ways to win than ever before,” David Brickman, All Slots’ Vice President of Player Affairs, said. “It would be incredible if one of our players managed to win this huge jackpot”.

All Slots Casino is now available on the UK App Store and is offering a generous welcome bonus to new iOS players of £500 with a £5 free bonus upon registering.

About All Slots Casino
Established in 2001, All Slots Casino offers top value entertainment with its wide array of exciting casino games and a generous bonus program. Developed and powered by Microgaming, All Slots Casino is available in both download and flash versions, and its mobile casino is compatible with nearly every device, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android-based devices and BlackBerry. All Slots Casino is accredited by eCOGRA and prides itself on fair play and fast payouts. All Slots Casino is managed by Nexigames Ltd, a Maltese registered company with registered address at 8, Villa Seminia, Sir Temi Zammit Avenue, Ta’ Xbiex. Nexigames Ltd. is licensed by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority of Malta. For further information, visit:

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All Slots Casino is dedicated to promoting responsible gaming by proactively preventing under-age play and assisting members who develop gambling problems.

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