It’s official, the summer months are over, and we’re now going into Autumn. However, according to Casumo’s latest headlines. It seems that many British players got some extra heat in their virtual world last August.
In fact, for several months, players from the UK are doing exceptionally well on this brand. And August was no different. Indeed, Casumo reported that the top 3 biggest winners played in GBP. But their winners’ board included many other significant wins, as you’ll read below.
To sum up, the first place in Casumo’s big winner leaderboard, went to a British player who played high stakes (£4.50 a spin) on Dead or Alive 2. His bold bets awarded him a win of £143,457.00. Meaning that he won 31,210x his stake, well done.
The second big British winner was on Jammin’ Jars, and a lucky spin awarded a player £38,924.40 from a £2.00 bet. And, the last podium place went to a Dead or Alive 2 player, again, but this one turned a £0.90 bet into £16,939.30 win.
Nowadays, the talk of the town is NetEnt’s acquisition of Red Tiger Gaming. But it seems that Red Tiger doesn’t need NetEnt to make the headlines, at least on Casumo’s and on Casinoservice.org.
In essence, Red Tiger’s Daily must drop jackpot dropped several times on Casumo this month. Indeed, on August 16th one happy player tried his luck on Lucky Easter. And while playing a Free Spins bonus, he won an astonishing £6,771. Only days later, on August 18th a low-stake player won of £4,814.87 from a 40p bet on Red Tiger’s Mega Jade.
And on August 22nd and 25th, the jackpot dropped on Britain’s lap again. And in the same game too. Indeed, 2 different players won £12,897.08 (from a 40p bet) and £5,506.29 (from a 20p Bet) on Pirate’s Plenty: Battle for Gold.
But, Red Tiger isn’t the only one who awarded big win this month. Yggdrasil progressive slot Holmes and the Stolen Stones also paid out in spade and awarded a jaw-dropping €31,517.61 win to a player from a €0,20 wager. Congrats to all big winners. And fingers crossed Britain will keep its momentum on Casumo.