MegaHits

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MegaHits is a video lottery terminal (VLT) multiple-progressive jackpot game that began on July 15, 2011. MegaHits replaced Cashola, which was offered from July 2006 to May 15, 2011. Cashola was offered at lottery-run casinos in Delaware, Rhode Island, and West Virginia; the same three lotteries take part in MegaHits. Nine casinos offer the linked game.

MegaHits features five progressive jackpots, unlike Cashola, where only the top prize rolled until it was won. Except for the highest progressive, which can be won from any MegaHits machine and therefore is fed by all its players, the progressive jackpot pools are not shared by the three lotteries. For example, the game's four progressives within Rhode Island are fed only by MegaHits wagers in Rhode Island, although the top jackpot, which begins at $100,000, is fed by all MegaHits wagers in Delaware and West Virginia as well as in Rhode Island.

IGT supplies the VLTs that are used by MegaHits players.