Treasure Nile Progressive Jackpot

Treasure Nile

Treasure Nile pokies game is powered by Microgaming with an Egyptian theme and offers a progressive Jackpot to win. This jackpot often is between $50,000 or $100,000. The current worth of this jackpot game is $44,032 (at the time of writing). On average, this jackpot pays out $92,808 every 4 days and 1 hour. It was last hit on 16 May 2016, awarding $74,017 at that time. You will love this progressive jackpot with host of Egyptian symbols running on the reels.

What is Treasure Nile game about?

Treasure Nile is a five-reel progressive video pokies game with nine paylines where the most coins you can wager is nine. There is a fixed coin size of 0.50.  In Treasure Nile, you can choose to play in Regular Mode or make the transition to Expert Mode, which will allow you to use AutoPlay, which automates things without having to actually interact with the casino software. There are controls available to customize sound, so that you can turn all of the different sound effects on or off. The graphics are sharp and bright, and the jackpot size is always surprisingly large. To play for the progressive jackpot which is often between $50,000 and $100,000, you must wager 9 coins with $4.50 per spin. Each coin has a fixed value of $0.50.

How to play Treasure Nile Progressive Jackpot?

How to Play Treasure Nile

When you start to play Treasure Nile Progressive Jackpot at any online casino you need to bet with the coin size that is fixed at 0.50. There are nine paylines and with a nine-coin limit, the maximum bet in the game is $4.50. You can affect a maximum bet at any time can get this maximum by clicking the “Bet Max” button at the bottom of the interface.
So that means you have the maximum of nine coins bet and nine paylines enabled to be eligible for the progressive jackpot, which starts at $40,000 and goes from there, paying off at an average of seven times per month. As you know progressive jackpots are those that continue to accumulate, increasing more and more until somebody comes along and wins the prize.

What are the features in Treasure Nile Progressive Jackpot?

Treasure Nile Features

In this pokies game you will find great winning symbols. The Treasure Nile symbol is the wild, and it substitutes for everything except the scatter symbol. Look out for the King Tut symbol if you get 5 of these across the 9th payline, you win the progressive jackpot

Aside from the Treasure Nile and King Tut symbols, you’ll also see snakes, scrolls, columns, pyramids, ankhs, sailing ships, and other colorful Egyptian images. This game does not have symbols of A, K, Q, J, 10, or 9, which are present on many other pokies machines

The only symbol that a Wild cannot substitute for on the reels is the in game Scatter symbol which is the Golden Scarab beetle. Land three or more scatters anywhere on the reels and you can win from 5 times to 50 times your total number of credits stakes on that spin which is always 4.50.

Wins can be triggered from as little as two symbols on a single payline on the first two reels, but the more of a symbol, or a substituting Wild, you can get on a single payline, the higher the value of your win.

How to win Treasure Nile Progressive Jackpot?

There are two jackpots available in the game. The first is the standard jackpot and this is triggered when you land five of the Tutankhamun Death Mask symbols on any of the first 8 paylines of the pokies. If you get to achieve this you will trigger a 6,000 coin payout immediately.

However, if you can land the same five Tutankhamun Death Mask symbols on the lucky ninth payline of the pokies game (which is the bottom two symbols of reel two, the middle symbol of reel three and the top two symbols on reels four and five) then you will trigger the progressive jackpot win. It is not unusual for the progressive jackpot on the Treasure Nile slot to grow upwards of 500,000 credits at times and when it is won, it reverts back to its seeded amount of 40,000 credits.

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