Mega Dragon

Mega Dragon

Jump into incredible action with multiple Dragon features on Mega Dragon.

Mega Dragon Game Overview

The bet sizes available in Mega Dragon range from 20p to £20.

Betting in this game is fixed at 20 paylines.


You can use Wilds as substitutes for all other symbols.

A Wild is awarded from each winning cluster of high-paying symbols.

Golden Dragon

The Golden Dragon feature transforms into wilds, and to unlock it you require at least two adjacent Wild symbols.

Green Dragon

The Green Dragon feature is triggered by two or more adjacent Wild symbols, and will subsequently convert random symbols to the same form of high-paying symbol.

Red Dragon

When a minimum of two adjacent Wild symbols appear the Red Dragon is triggered, where a random high-paying symbol is transformed into a 2x2, 3x3 or 4x4 sized Mega Tile.

Jackpot Game

When three jackpot symbols appear on the reels, or the jackpot is triggered by а game feature, you will win one or more jackpot tiers.

The size of your stake directly affects your chances of winning a jackpot, as the higher it is the more likely you are to win.

It can be won by playing any of the linked jackpot games, and can be triggered at random.

To win the jackpot, all you are required to do is spin the reels.

The stake value cannot be changed during free spins.

Problems with internet connection can cause delays in jackpot messages or updates, but actual jackpot wins aren't affected by this.

The same jackpot cannot be won twice, so if two jackpot winnings occur in close proximity to each other, it is assigned in the respective order. 

Due to connectivity issues the jackpot value displayed may not be the same as the effective jackpot value. 

The jackpot could be temporarily deactivated, and all contributions would be paused if this were to happen.

The jackpot amount available upon reactivation will be the same as before the deactivation.

Progressive (Quick Hit) Jackpot

The progressive jackpot is increased by all stakes on games offering these jackpots, potentially even being available on multiple websites. 

A common pot is made up of contributions via small percentage of each total bet. 

The greater part of this is used to form the progressively increasing jackpot amounts.

The other smaller part contributes to a seed fund, which forms the least amount of money you are certain to have made available to you after a jackpot is won.

Once the jackpot has been won, a new progressive jackpot will be made available and the process repeats. 

Only a single spin from a single user only can trigger and win the jackpot, which does not have a ceiling value and can be won at any time. 

When the jackpot is won, a notification appears in the jackpot panel. 

Once won, the amount is transferred directly to the wallet, regardless of whether it was won during a bonus spin.

Time/Daily Jackpot

The time jackpot is a progressive jackpot, which is certain to pay out before a set date and time. 

The prize pot increases via contributions from the stake of each spin on a jackpot game.

As it gets closer to the advertised guaranteed latest payout time, your chances of winning the prize pot become better. 

When the guaranteed latest payout time is reached, the odds increase by 100%. 

Once the jackpot has been won, a new time jackpot becomes accessible and the process repeats with a new deadline for the next guaranteed payout. 

The jackpot can be triggered and won by a single spin from a single user only. 

There is no limit to the jackpot, the only restriction being that it must be won before the date and time specified. 

When the jackpot is won, a notification appears in the jackpot panel. 

Once won, the amount is transferred directly to the user wallet, even if it is won during a bonus spin.

Evening/Midnight Jackpot (Time/Daily)

Current starting value is: £1,000.00, the next minimum starting value is: £1,000.00.

Return to Player

Return to Player (RTP): 96.00% 

The RTP includes base game RTP and jackpot contribution.

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.00 of wins.