3 Dec


Every so often, we like to explore the winnings of Australia’s luckiest online casino gamers. It not only warms our hearts to know these people have won life altering amount of money, it inspires the rest of us to go out and lay claim to our own superfluous jackpot winnings (in a responsible manner, of course). As it turns out, the Oceanic region had an amazing run last weekend as Spin Palace paid out more than $500,000 to players in the area.

On Friday, November 28th, Lady Luck rested upon the shoulders of five fortuitous Aussies at the popular online casino. No names were provided for any of the winners, but the games they excelled at were publicized. The first lucky player raked in AUD $41,137 while spinning the reels of Treasure Palace and Mega Moolah. Next up was a $57,946 payday for winning one of the lesser Mega Moolah progressive jackpots, as well as sizable prizes from Loaded and other online pokies.

Mystic Dreams, Football Star and Silver Fang were good for $15,737 that day. Another $15,195 went to a fortunate fan of European Blackjack Gold.  Closing out the day, a final massive payout of $31,998 was won on a combination of Terminator II, Fish Party, Pure Platinum and other games.

The results were even larger on Saturday, when a total of six Australians cashed in for 6 figures. The first walked away with $41,261 after playing Treasure Palace, Age of Discovery and The Twisted Circus. Another player won $14,786 on Bars & Stripes, Alaskan Fishing, and again, The Twisted Circus. Spin Palace then paid $30,385 after one member found success at Break da Bank Again, Alaskan Fishing, Mystic Dreams and other pokies.

The jackpots continued to strike that day on Fish Party, Burning Desire, Girls with Guns and various other poker machines paying $31,487. Another popular progressive, Arctic Fortune, was worth $23,535 to an Aussie. Of notable mention, Spin Palace’s sister-site, Mummy’s Gold, also paid $18,053 to a lucky player of Thunderstruck II that day.

If that weren’t enough, the results were boosted even higher on Sunday, when 6 more Australian online pokies fans generated over $247k. Treasure Palace struck that morning to the tune of $32,644, followed by Beach Babes for $19,748, and the Bonus Deuces Wild video poker game for $49,991. Another Australian got extra lucky by hitting a jackpot on Pure Platinum twice, and another on Burning Desire, all worth $63,456.

A short time later, someone collected $44,182 after cashing in on Stash of the Titans, Starlight Kiss and a Mega Moolah progressive jackpot. The exact same three poker machines proved lucky for another player too, paying out $35,622.

All told, Australian members of the premier Spin Palace online casino (and one from Mummy’s Gold) walked away with a grand total of $576,331.

Spin Palace has been in operation for more than a decade now, long since establishing itself as one of the most respected online casinos in the world. A member of The Palace Group, Spin Palace is powered by leading iGaming software designer, Microgaming, and is licensed and regulated by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority of Malta.