Published on 17 June 2016 by Elise
With a cool Arabian theme (think Fez hats, magic genie lamps and camels and you’re half-way there), a super-high return-to-player rating of 95.2% and a classic layout, this NetEnt jackpot has been out for a decade and is every bit as popular now as it was then. We can’t fail to think however, that one lucky player will be loving this slot a whole lot more after last night as, in the early hours of this morning, the Arabian Nights jackpot was scooped for €1.02million.
ARABIAN NIGHTS JACKPOT HIT JUNE 2016 FOR €1.02MILLION
The Arabian Nights jackpot was hit on the 17th June 2016 (just over 12 hours ago!) and whoever the fortunate player was, they netted themselves €1.02million. It may not be the biggest jackpot win ever recorded, but it’s most certainly a life-changing sum.
Who the player is and where they landed the jackpot remains to be seen but we will, of course, update you as and when we get any additional information.
WHEN WILL ARABIAN NIGHTS JACKPOT BE HIT AGAIN?
NetEnt’s Arabian Nights pooled jackpot slot is, according to online graphs, hit every 133 days on average so, by all accounts, there won’t be another lucky player on this particular jackpot until October 2016.
Having said that, rewind back to the 19th February 2015 and the day saw in not one, but two, Arabian Nights jackpot winners. One player early on in the day won a cool €2.12million, while the second player narrowly missed out, winning a matter of minutes later for just €9,771. Goes to show- the predictions don’t always ring true.
WHICH NETENT JACKPOT SLOT YOU SHOULD PLAY NOW
As has been proved obvious time and time again, there is only so much sway you can pin on the prediction graphs available online but, if you’re looking for the next NetEnt jackpot to play on, they’re a couple that stand out among the crowd. Hall of Gods– last hit 150 days ago is now 3 days over its average and, sat at €3.1million, it’s looking about ready to go.
Mega Fortune Dreams too is looking promising and holds potential winnings of €2.2million at the time of writing.