The Jackpot Madness Gaming Portal announces that the 70-casino mostbet network has now exceeded a record-smashing $30,000,000 in total jackpot payouts.
The landmark win that pushed the total over thirty million was Lucille pin-up M.’s LotsaLoot jackpot of $53,776.43, won on May 18th at pinup online Casino Mapau. The win was the 61st jackpot of over $50,000 to be won on the Jackpot Madness network this year.
“Passing the $30,000,000 mark firmly establishes FairGo Jackpot Madness as the number one portal for online gaming, and proves, once again, that we are the destination for the net’s biggest mostbet casino jackpots,” says Marilyn Glazier, Director of Public Relations for Jackpotmadness.com.
“We congratulate Lucille on her first big win, and look forward pin up to seeing her name on our rapidly growing list of multiple jackpot winners. Jackpot Madness players have consistently proved that lightning can strike twice, three times and even more!”
Recent multiple winners to hit the headlines have included six-time LotsaLoot jackpot winner Jean G., who has netted a total of $305,163.73 and the world record for the most times a single player has won a progressive online jackpot; Cash Splash devotee Blake R., who has hit 3 jackpots totaling $272,957.56; and Debbie R., who has won a total of $271,263.24 on three different Jackpot Madness games.
Featuring five popular progressive jackpot games that are played simultaneously by thousands of people, Jackpot Madness awards an average of $2.5 million in jackpots to 100 players each month. Cash Splash alone, the oldest and most established member of the network, pays out an average of $1,500,000 a month to over 50 winners. “As more and more people discover the comfort of online gambling, we anticipate the payouts will continue to skyrocket and even more astounding records will be set on an increasingly frequent basis,” said Glazier.
“Getting to first place in such a Singapore Online Casino competitive market is an impressive triumph, as an independent report reveals that there are currently approximately 1,400 gambling sites on the Internet. It is flattering to see that other companies have started to follow our lead by launching their own portals, although they have a long way to catch up to what we have accomplished so far,” commented Glazier.
iGaming Summit Coming to Toronto
Hundreds of people will gather June 5-7 in Toronto at what promises to be the biggest tradeshow the interactive gambling industry has seen to date. Twenty-nine internationally recognized I-gaming experts will speak about the key issues facing the industry as 42 vendors exhibit the industry’s latest wares and services at the third annual Global Interactive Gaming Summit & Expo.
The event, to be held at the beautiful Royal York Hotel in the heart of downtown Toronto, is expected to draw at least 700 delegates from over 35 countries. Among attendees will be numerous key figures in what analyst Sebastian Sinclair projects to be a US$6.3 billion industry by the year 2003.
Exhibitors will showcase the industry’s latest advancements in telecommunications, gaming software, transaction processing, marketing and security technology. Many will use the event as a platform to introduce new products.
The lineup of speakers delivers a level of I-gaming expertise that is unmatched by any other event. Complementing the ensemble will be keynote speaker John Perry Barlow. Dubbed the “Thomas Jefferson of Cyberspace” by Yahoo magazine, Barlow is an eclectic Internet visionary whose long list of credits range from co-founding the Electronic Frontier Foundation to writing lyrics for the Grateful Dead for more than two decades.
“John Perry Barlow is internationally recognized as an advocate of the freedom of the Internet,” noted Sue Schneider, CEO of The River City Group, which produces the Summit. “His comments are thought-provoking and listened to worldwide by policy-makers who are fashioning the future of this new medium.”
Seminar topics include such concerns as licensing and regulatory issues, public perceptions of the industry, financial transactions, emerging online gaming products and investment opportunities in the industry.
Several key industry issues will be addressed, including: burgeoning media such as wireless devices and Interactive TV; the rise of Internet gambling in Nevada and throughout the US; the convergence of the land-based and virtual gambling industries; emerging jurisdictions in Europe; challenges faced by the electronic transaction sector; and the future of I-gambling in Australia.