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Beach Life Soars Past $5 Million Mark

The popular Beach Life progressive slots has just moved past the $5 million mark, extending what has been a record run for it during the summer and fall. It broke its previous record of $4.2 million weeks ago and is now cruising even higher, cracking the $5 million mark.

Available to players at Europa Casino, Beach Life has benefited from mobile apps that let players take a spin at it from smartphones and tablets as well as a flurry of promotional offers from various online casinos as it moves into record territory.

It’s been over 200 days since the last winner at Beach Life became an instant millionaire with one spin of the reels, and the current jackpot size is very unusual as the average win in the past has been about $1.8 million.

Slots with progressive jackpots are just as popular at online casinos as they are at US casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, with money from each spin contributing to the overall jackpot prize.

Top online progressive like Beach Life, Mega Moolah (which can be played at All Slots Casino), and others regularly pay out well in excess of $1 million for their largest jackpots; a 20 year-old Norwegian student won the largest ever online jackpot in the summer of 2011 of €11.7 million while playing at Betsson Casino.

 

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