Playtech’s Diamond Valley Pays Out $184,520

Slots Nutter

Mar 09, 2016

This past weekend came with a great win for a Playtech slots player. The Diamond Valley progressive jackpot slot game paid out a whopping $184,520 on Sunday. On Monday, after having been reset over the weekend, the jackpot was hit again at $7,819.

Diamond Valley Progressive Slot Details

The Diamond Valley progressive is a slot with five reels, three rows, and five paylines. You will be looking for the diamonds, and especially for the Diamond Mountain symbol. When five of these symbols are seen on the fifth payline, the jackpot win is triggered. In order to make sure that a jackpot win will pay out the progressive amount, it is important to place the max bet on the winning spin. The maximum bet per spin is five coins, one for each of the five paylines. The video slot game has a number of symbols along with the Diamond Mountain symbols that are found on the reels. You will see a Jewelry Box, Dollar Signs, Bird symbols, and the Red Ruby Gem scatter symbol. The scatter wins do not have to be found on an enabled payline, which means that both scatter wins and payline wins can be hit, and paid out, at the same time.

Diamond Valley Progressive Slot History

Diamond Valley was first launched in 2009. With the average jackpot payout every 13 days, the game has already recorded 170 wins. The biggest Diamond Valley progressive win was for $454,956, which was hit on 31st August 2012. On 7th July 2014, the jackpot was hit for $402,637. There have been two jackpots worth just over $300,000, and all others have been paid out as smaller amounts. The average payout for this slot game is approximately $72,258, although the winnings vary greatly. Playtech seeds the game at $5,000 each time it has been hit. Although there are a number of progressive jackpot games that pay out larger sums of money, Diamond Valley pays out quite often. Since progressives grow in size according to the number of bets that have been placed on the game, the jackpot grows much bigger if it is not hit for a few weeks. Mostly, the game pays out smaller amounts more frequently.

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