Our proprietary scoring algorithm employs a comprehensive assessment of multiple factors to determine the ranking of jackpots. Our system gathers data on every jackpot win, enabling our algorithm to identify the most desirable jackpots for you. The factors we consider include:
1. Jackpot amount: We prioritize larger jackpot amounts as they signify higher value, resulting in an increased jackpot score.
2. Average jackpot win amount: We compare the current jackpot amount with the average jackpot win amount. If the current jackpot exceeds the average win amount, it contributes to a higher jackpot score.
3. Time left/must go amount left: We take into account the remaining time or amount until a jackpot is won. A shorter time or a smaller amount remaining typically indicates a greater chance of winning the jackpot, resulting in an increased jackpot score.
By employing our sophisticated algorithm, we combine these factors to calculate a score for each jackpot. This score enables us to rank the jackpots in a manner that reflects their overall appeal and potential value to players. We continuously update our algorithm and statistics to ensure that the jackpot rankings accurately represent the most up-to-date information and trends in the jackpot landscape

The three main types of slot jackpots are progressive, must go by amount, and must go by time. Casinos use these to incentivize players and increase the excitement of playing slots.


A progressive jackpot is a jackpot that grows larger as more players play the game. Each time a player places a bet on a progressive slot machine, a small portion of their wager is added to the jackpot pool. As more players place bets, the jackpot grows bigger and bigger until someone wins it. Progressive jackpots can grow to be very large, and they can be won on any spin.


A must go by amount jackpot is a jackpot that must be won once it reaches a predetermined amount. For example, a casino may offer a must go by amount jackpot of £10,000. Once the jackpot reaches £10,000, it must be won on the next spin. If no one wins the jackpot on that spin, the casino will continue to offer the same jackpot amount on subsequent spins until someone wins it.


A must go by time jackpot is a jackpot that must be won by a certain time. For example, a casino may offer a must go by time jackpot that must be won by midnight. In summary, progressive jackpots grow larger as more players play the game, while must go by amount and must go by time jackpots have predetermined conditions for when they must be won.


All three types of jackpots can be found in online slots and are used by casinos to create excitement and incentivize players to keep playing.

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