Jackpots at New Zealand Casino
Jackpots refer to a huge amount of money players can win on certain games and lotteries, these jackpots however differ. The two main types are static and progressive jackpots and players should know these two jackpots have the same odds. On slots and other progressive games, the value of the jackpot appreciates as people continue to play them because they are connected together. While other casino games like live poker, baccarat, blackjack and roulette are equally capable of making NZ punters susceptible to massive jackpot returns, most NZ punters prefer playing progressive jackpots on the online slots due to its perceived simplicity and higher conversion rate.
Just like every other progressive jackpot, the progressive jackpots slots in NZ land-based casino are synchronized to work in unison. As a result, punters from every nooks and cranny are carried along as the jackpot possible earning increases. Players are usually attracted to these machines by their spinning meters and how the jackpot increases in real time after each stake are placed. Once a lucky emerges, the jackpot automatically reset itself to the base figure.
Online Slot games have 4 major types of jackpot pokies: 3D pokies, video pokies, classic pokies, mobile pokies. Progressive jackpot online pokies are more advanced versions of online slots games because they are very common, progressive slots and games tend to have very huge jackpots waiting for the luckiest player to hit. Popular online jackpot games include Mega Moolah, Hall of Gods Touch, Mega Fortune Touch and Major Millions. While free spins are usually beneficial to punters, playing with free spins do not increase the value of the jackpot. However, some online progressive jackpots can be won with free spins once all the wagering conditions are met.
The payout limit of each casino differs; online casinos especially have limits each player can withdraw at a specific period. The casino (online or land-based) determines the percentage of each stake that is added to the jackpot. NZ punters should also know that the online pokie games available to New Zealanders are regulated by the Gambling Commission in New Zealand and several international regulatory bodies.