An online casino player from Sweden won a life-changing €6,634,456 ($7,686,204) on Monday courtesy of LetsBet.com and the progressive jackpot attached to the five-reel and 25-payline Mega Fortune video slot from developer NetEnt AB.
Mega Million increased original windfall:
Stockholm-headquartered NetEnt AB used an official Thursday press release to reveal that the 27-year-old slots aficionado triumphed to the tune of €5,984,456 ($6,933,161) on July 30 before this windfall was bumped up by a further €650,000 ($753,043) thanks to its Mega Million promotion.
Biggest Mega Fortune jackpot in two years:
NetEnt AB stated that the windfall was awarded only three hours after the lucky player had signed up at LetsBet.com portal and represented the largest paid out by its Mega Fortune title in some two years.
Win concluded World Cup-themed promotion:
The developer additionally proclaimed that the prize ended its World Cup-themed Mega Million campaign, which handed out €1 million ($1,158,296) in additional cash prizes including some €350,000 ($405,423) to a Finnish player that had only recently banked €3,034,205 ($3,514,314) courtesy of the progressive jackpot tied to its Hall of Gods title.
Read a statement from the latest unidentified winner…
“I was on vacation and just felt like playing a bit. I am not sure yet what I will use the winnings for, apart from sharing it with my closest ones and perhaps some more vacation.”
Campaign considered ‘a huge success’:
Henrik Fagerlund, Chief Product Officer for NetEnt AB, declared that his firm’s Mega Million promotion had been ‘a huge success’ before detailing that he was ‘thrilled’ to have ended the campaign with ‘the biggest Mega Fortune jackpot winner for two years’.
Read a statement from Fagerlund…
“It is also further proof that NetEnt AB games are regular millionaire-makers, with this being the ninth seven-figure jackpot winner in 2018.”