One in a Million returns

One in a Million returns

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Players looking for an escape from the poker tables but still wanting a chance to win could do worse than take a look at online mass multi-player game One in a Million which, as the name suggests, offers prize pools of up to £1m.

The peer-to-peer online game fuses elements from bingo, poker, the lottery and game shows like Deal or No-Deal and offers players plenty of chances to win.

Players can buy up to 9999 seats per game for a cost of 1p, 10p, or £1. Over a 10-round period the seats progress to win prizes. In each game the prize pool is made up by those that have entered with a maximum prize pool up to £10,000, £100,000, and £1,000,000 respectively. Throughout the game players have the choice to collect your prize at the end of each round. However by choosing to continue to the later rounds they have a greater chance of winning larger cash prizes. The greater the risk, the higher the reward.

Andrew Denbigh of One in a Million said, "Players love the television game-show format of One in a Million. For as little as a penny they can take a seat in the studio audience and have a chance to win big money.”

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