Published on by James
A popular Twitch slot streamer was stunned into silence after landing a humongous €8,000 win on NetEnt's Cash-O-Matic - with just...
Published on by Adam
There is a Latin phrase “omne trium perfectum” meaning that everything that comes in threes is perfect, or every set of three is ‘complete’. I like that notion and, as a writer, the rule of three is something we use a lot to convey information in a memorable way; somehow it hints at a pattern without being a long drawn out mass of information and readers are more likely to cling to it and remember it. It is “omne trium perfectum” that makes me think we’re close to a third, huge jackpot win because just days ago, Mega Fortune Dreams was hit for €4.5 million and last night, Mega Fortune blew, paying out over €8.5 million to one player! That’s two huge jackpots just days apart… soon, perhaps the third (Hall of Gods for €7 million? Arabian Nights for €1.3?) will blow this week, making it one of the most profitable weeks ever in NetEnt players history!
OK so we can’t really look for patterns when it comes to the hits of one particular game, or the behaviour of the games combined. The games aren’t linked and they are programmed by a Random Number Generator that is tested by independent 3rd parties on a regular basis to ensure that the games are as random as a computer program can ever be. This is to ensure that patterns can not begin to emerge (as this would give the players a huge advantage over the casino, and also give the players who notice it a huge advantage over those who don’t) and also to ensure that the jackpots can not be manipulated in anyway. No player should have an advantage, not based on tricks, tips, spin amount, location, date… nothing. Everyone has an equal chance of winning, but of course, you have to be playing in order to win, so the more often you play a jackpot slot, the more likely you are to be the one who becomes the next NetEnt millionaire.
It was early on the 25th when I was doing my usual checks of all things NetEnt when I discovered that Mega Fortune had been hit just hours earlier, on the evening of the 24th. My sources informed me that it was hit at a Unibet Group brand and lo and behold, on the 27th Maria Casino confirmed the win. A Swedish gent in his 40s had hit the big time, winning €4,531,301 from a fairly small €2.15 spin.
Then this morning I awoke to some excited messages from industry insiders informing me that another big hit had occurred whilst I was sleeping; the Mega Fortune jackpot had dropped from approximately €8,577,941 to €700,000 indicating a seriously big, Mega Jackpot win.
My well placed sources have informed me that this lucky €8.5million jackpot hit was bestowed upon a Swedish player at Comeon’s Folkeautomaten brand. This brand was originally created purely for Norwegian players however has expanded into the Swedish market recently. I can’t yet announce any further details about the player, but they have been contacted so depending on their wishes, we should have more information soon!