PRESS RELEASE – Jackpot Madness announced this week that lucky player Darleen W., Healthcare Professional, won a huge jackpot of $77,104.09 playing Cash Splash at the new Big Flash Casino.
In an exclusive interview following her win, Darleen told us, “my day-to-day life will be much easier to face. With this opportunity, I will be able to focus on the simplicity of just living and enjoying each precious moment.”
More specifically, the lucky Pisces will use her winnings primarily to give to family and charity, invest wisely and like most people, “pay some bills.” Darleen’s free-time activities include planting flowers and she tells us she just loves the progressive slots.
Following her mega-win, Darleen’s good luck streak continued as she went on to win a total of $5,805 on three of Big Flash’s slots games: Goblins Gold, Cool Buck and Zany Zebra.
Big Flash Casino is one of the 70 casinos connected to the Jackpot Madness gaming portal. Offering 25 games in total, the casino features a flash version of the extremely popular progressive slots. The accessibility of these click and play games ensure a wider appeal to those people who prefer not to take the time to download software.
Access to play is immediate and the games are produced to the highest standards by Microgaming’s dedicated development team. In every way, these games match the download version for instant fun and playability.
“Flash casinos are the trend of the future,” commented Ms. Kim Lang, Customer Support Director for Big Flash Casino. “We are thrilled with the enthusiastic response of the online gambling community to Big Flash and are confident that the ease-of-use of no-download casinos will continue to attract loyal players in large numbers.
We find it quite rewarding that the biggest jackpot ever won in a flash casino was Darleen’s Cash Splash win and anticipate that this milestone was the first of many record-breaking Big Flash triumphs.”
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