Progressive Slot Machines

Progressive Slot Machines

Quartermania Slots

International Gaming Technology (IGT), a major industry player, introduced the first networked progressive slot machines during 1986. IGT rolled out progressive slot games like Quatermania.

In January of 2005 a staggering $35 million was won on a progressive machine. The result of this news was to put the company, the casinos and the technology in the forefront of news headlines. These sensational headlines therefore attracted a lot of attention. It follows that this attention resulted in much more business.

Progressive machines are a group of many slot machines linked together by a network and therefore, a percentage of the money played on each machine is added to the big jackpot. Anyone hitting the winning symbols on any machines on the network wins the jackpot.

Please remember two things when playing progressive slots like Quartermania and Megabucks:

THE MONEY FOR THE JACKPOT COMES FROM A PERCENTAGE OF THE MONEY PLAYED THROUGH THE MACHINE. This in turn means that the payback of progressive machines will be less than the payback of other non-progressive machines. A consequence of this is that the percentage can be as low as 80%.

MAXIMUM COINS HAVE TO BE PLAYED TO WIN THE JACKPOT. Therefore, if you aren’t going to play maximum coins you should not play these machines. Ensure that you always verify the primary and secondary jackpots on progressive slot machines.

There are awesome online progressive slot machines too!
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Slotland has networked ALL their slot machines to one big jackpot. Most of all, this means that the jackpot grows quickly and you have a lovely range of slots and video slots to play as well.

Some newer Progressive Slot Machines

Some of the newer and more exciting slot machines that are part of the Quartermania progressive network include: American Graffiti, 5X Pay, Double Red White & Blue, and Triple Texas Tea.

American Graffiti is a 3-coin, 3 reel single pay line slot machine that’s got a 1950’s theme. The game is inspired by the movie of the same title. Using popular movie themes is more familiar game play.

5X play features 3 top-box reels that definitely adds a thrilling bonus aspect to the game play.

Double Red White & Blue is based on the classic Red White and Blue machines. This machine features spinning 7’s and red, white and blue bars. It’s another 3-coin, 3-reel, single pay line machine.

Triple Texas Tea offers the latest in lights and sounds, as well as the latest in bonus opportunities. This one’s definitely worth checking out.

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