If you’re an avid online bingo player then the chances are that by now you will have heard of a massive £200,000 Jumbo Jackpot game that is being played at a multitude of sites that are operated by Cassava or 888 as some of you will know it. It’s a popular misconception though that ALL Cassava sites are hosting this game, it isn’t but where can you play for the big money?
We first noticed by Jumbo Jackpot at the sites under the 888 hat – brands like Wink Bingo, 888Ladies and Posh but it was only a short while later that it was revealed to also be available at those sites under United Bingo; brands like Sugar Bingo and Robin Hood Bingo.
Now these brands have been a little more transparent than those of bwin.party – Foxy and Cheeky namely. These two brands, especially Foxy, are trying to kids players into believing that the £200,000 prize pool is to celebrate Foxy’s birthday – it’s not, it is the network wide game that you are seeing advertised, just under a different guise.
About The £200K Jumbo Jackpot
- The game plays at 8pm on 31st May 2015.
- The game is 75 ball.
- The maximum number of tickets you can purchase at any given site is 48 cards.
- Tickets cost £1 each.
- The prize money will be split as 2TG share £40,000, 1TG share £60,000, and the coverall winner takes home £100,000.
- Maximum tickets that can be sold are 600,000.
Where To Play The Jumbo Jackpot Game
As we have already said, not all Cassava sites are offering tickets for sale to the game but below are a list of the brands that we are aware of hosting the game. We believe this to be a comprehensive list but if you are aware of any others, please let us know by commenting below:
- Big Brother Bingo
- Bingo Street
- Cheeky Bingo
- Foxy Bingo
- Gossip Bingo
- Moon Bingo
- Polo Bingo
- Posh Bingo
- Red Bus Bingo
- Robin Hood Bingo
- Sugar Bingo
- Tasty Bingo
- Wink Bingo
Potential Bottom Line For Cassava
It’s interesting to think of the potential profit this game may generate for Cassava and the sites that are taking part. Simple maths suggests that if the maximum number of tickets is sold, that generates £600,000. The prize money is £200,000 leaving £400,000. The Point Of Consumption tax is 15%, £60,000 on a £400,000 profit leaving around £340,000!
That said, it wont be stopping us buying a ticket but we strongly suggest, no matter how appealing the thought of winning such an impressive jackpot is – stick to the rule that you never spend more than you can afford to lose!