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UPDATE – Mega Fortune €3.6m jackpot winner was playing at Mr Green! Yet another lucky online casino player has scooped the top prize of NetEnt’s famed Mega Fortune jackpot – this time with a cool €3,641,571 entering their bank account. As the dust is still settling on this huge win, the exact details of what went down are yet to be determined.
We now know that the Mega Fortune drop happened at the famed iGaming Mr Green platform, with the highly regarded online casino tweeting the following:
NEWSFLASH: the massive €3.6 Million ‘Mega Fortune’ jackpot has been won by a lucky Mr Green player on mobile! More info coming very soon 🎉 pic.twitter.com/mFjv8wxG3Z
It’s been just under 2 months since Mega Fortune dropped last (see below), but during that time it managed to surge to such heights due to its popularity.
With an average payout every 65 days, it’s one of NetEnt’s most popular games around.
This is What Happens When You Win the Mega Fortune Jackpot
If you’re curious about what happens when you win the Mega Fortune top bonanza, just take a look at the above video. It shows the previous winner hitting €3.2m on SuperLenny back in May, and it all seems so simple.
For anyone interested in Mega Fortune’s history, it was once won for a whopping €8.5m back in November 2015.
We think it’s safe to say that jackpots by NetEnt are a hot topic at the moment, so take a look at the most valuable on offer below.
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Topping the pile (still) is Arabian Nights. It recently went an entire year since it was last won, and we’re dying for someone to finally stop the Arabian Nights curse to net a €2.4m reward. Please, someone, anyone, put us out of our misery!
The aforementioned Hall of Gods currently weighs in at close to €1.7m, while Mega Fortune’s younger sibling, Dreams, is set at just over €1.5m.