Progressive ThinkingSlotland.com may not be the biggest online casino out there, but it’s always been big on ideas, so we weren’t surprise to learn that, over the past few months, it has been busy revolutionising the progressive jackpot concept. All progressive jackpot games work the same way, linking a single game across a number of casinos to offer jackpots which grow continually – all, that is, except Slotland.com’s. The idea is simple but great news for those of you who lust after by those dizzyingly sky high accumulations.
The casino has launched what it calls the ‘Any Game’ progressive, which is exactly as it sounds: a progressive jackpot that can be won by anyone playing any game in the Slotland.com casino. So those magnificent windfalls aren’t restricted to slots fans, but are available to fans of blackjack or poker as well.
What’s always impressed us about Slotland.com is its dedication to its customers. A quick glance at www.reviewedcasinos.com shows the site to be, despite its size, top of the list when it comes to positive feedback from devoted players. In fact, perhaps it’s because the casino is a small niche business that forging strong relationships with becomes so important. One feels company’s philosophy is very much about keeping it’s customer base satisfied, rather than shaving them for their hard earned dollars and then looking for new players.
The casino has been around since 1998, which in iGaming terms makes it positively venerable, and has grown into a ‘virtual community’ of players to which the Slotland team are always willing to lend an ear.
So, again we weren’t too surprised when the casino refused to take any credit for its recent innovation. “It’s just about listening to your customer’s idea’s,” they shrugged. “Our players wanted a progressive that could be won on any game - this is what we have given them.” Modest perhaps, but the point is that Slotland.com simply strives to meet the needs of its players and to offer them, whenever possible, a unique online gaming experience – now that’s what I call progression.