Core Gaming introduces new Jackpotz slot

5 May 2016
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Core Gaming, the world-leading HTML5 gambling software house, is offering an industry-first seven progressive pots and six-figure pay-outs in its new Jackpotz slot.
Available at Sky Vegas, Jackpotz is a three-reel, five-line slot in which players can win up to an incredible £250,000/€250,000.
Jackpotz also includes all the top-end graphics, smart visuals and playability one would expect from Core Gaming thanks to the developer's deployment of cutting edge WebGL 3D technology.
Jackpotz begins with a standard slot set-up, as players spin in the hope of matching three-of-a-kind symbols on any of the win lines. The chances of cash prizes are raised by features such as wilds, which complete a line, and Mega Streak, in which players are guaranteed to win on every one of up to 20 free spins.
It is the progressive pots that separate Jackpotz from other slots, however, and these come into play when the on-screen game logo randomly lights up and the Jackpotz Trigger is released. At this point, players are certain of winning either the cash contents of at least one of the pots or a consolation prize, with their winnings determined when the reels come to a halt.
"This is just the kind of game that we believe slots fans will love," said Core Gaming Chief Commercial Officer Mark Rehorst-Smith. "The beauty of Jackpotz is that it combines the simplest of slots games with the innovation and excitement of the seven progressive pots, from which players can grab huge prizes.
"Pot 1 will keep players coming back for more with frequent drops and Pot 7 could drop one of those life-changing amounts we're all playing for."
Core Gaming is a world leader in the development of HTML5 gambling content. It has created more than 150 games since its launch in 2011 for the online gaming industry's leading operators and is leading the way in HTML5 technology, recently deploying a single code base strategy for both mobile and desktop.
Core Gaming is based in the U.K. and has a software licence through the U.K. Gambling Commission.