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October 07, 2011 07:30 ET

GBP 2.3 Million Progressive Jackpot Wins on Sky Gaming's Vegas Jackpots

Millionaires Club sees big winnings and Leprechaun's Luck is the pot which has dropped 3 times in less than a month

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Oct. 7, 2011) - The summer has been a very lucrative one for customers of Sky Gaming. Sky Vegas, Sky's online casino, has announced its latest tallies for the progressive jackpots on some of its most popular on-site games for the month of September.

The total of all current jackpots available to be won at Sky's online casinos, of which Sky Vegas is the umbrella host, comes in at a cool £2.3 million at the last count on October 4th.

This huge tally includes the jackpots for several games including Millionaires Club, Leprechaun's Luck, Alice's Wonderland, Pharaoh's Treasure and Chain Reactors.

Wins for Leprechaun's Luck have dropped 3 times in a month. And the jackpot tallies have been steadily rising – leaping from £26,000 on 9th September to £69,000 on 4th October. is all the more impressive given that the game was launched one month ago on September 8th. Sky Gaming's overseers are excited to see whether this popularity continues into the autumn.

The biggest current jackpot is for the Millionaires Club which stands at £700,000 at the end of this week. The last big win for the game was on 4th June, when the jackpot total was a cool £2.64 million.

Not to be overlooked is the impressive £460,134.23 jackpot win for Alice's Wonderland; the winner last struck lucky on this game on 8th September, netting nearly half a million pounds thanks to the efforts of Sky Vegas.

Aside from the smaller and more regularly-won Chain Reactors pots (popular through June and July with wins around the £20,000 mark, reaching as high as £28,000 on May 29th), the season's other big win came in the Pharaoh's Treasure, where the winner took home a great pot of £283,921 on 28th June.

Sky Gaming looks forward to the autumn's online casino games, and is expecting more big hauls to come as the colder months kick in and drive online activity.

About Sky Vegas:

Sky Vegas is part of Sky Betting & Gaming, a wholly owned subsidiary of BSkyB. Sky Betting & Gaming is licenced and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) to offer online gambling products and services to UK customers. Sky Vegas has been operating since 2007 and replaced the original casino skybetvegas.com which ran from 1997 to 2009. It now boasts more than 180 games, including slots games, table games, instant win games, penny arcade and community games.

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