Toronto-based online casino and poker operator The Stars Group has gone from strength to strength since rebranding from Amaya to its new brand identity, which reflects its most successful offering: PokerStars. The company has now launched yet another exciting game at its PokerStars gaming platform this month as well, giving players plenty to look forward to throughout November. The operator has now uploaded Stars Mega Spin onto its popular poker website; a game which offers an impressive progressive jackpot with a minimum prize of $1 million, all wrapped up in an exciting space-themed slot.
Stars Mega Spin was developed by The Stars Group’s own team, and is the company’s second million-dollar online progressive game to be added to its extensive portfolio. The slot is linked to the same mega jackpot as Millionaires Island, which was added to PokerStars Casino earlier in 2017 and has already paid out five million-dollar jackpots to players. Stars Mega Spin was originally launched in the UK, and was later featured in shared liquidity markets just a few days ago. Optimised for play through desktop, smartphone and tablet channels, the slot offers stakes ranging from 0.50 to 50.00 per spin along with its enticing cash jackpots.
Managing Director of PokerStars Casino, Bo Wanghammar, commented on the release of the new game, noting that since PokerStars Casino’s launch over three years ago, the brand has quickly amassed a huge range of slots and table games. However, he said, his company is particularly proud to offer its second house-made progressive jackpot slot that offers jackpots worth millions of dollars. Wanghammar also noted that PokerStars is the only online casino operator that currently offers exclusive million-dollar progressive slot to only its own players and no one else.
The Stars Group is excited to see how the new game performs in the months following its launch, although it is expected to be a great hit thanks to its funky theme and substantial prize pools. Shares in the Stars Group (TSX:TSGI) posted in Toronto last Friday were up 0.55 per cent, selling at CAD$27.44 per share. This value has set a new 52 week high for the company of a massive $28.06 per share just one day earlier, clearly showing that the group’s performance truly is on the up and up.