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*UPDATED* – Despite falling close to 1st April, NetEnt have confirmed the recent Hall of Gods jackpot win to be no April Fool’s joke! The exact amount has also been rubber-stamped as the figure above, with the LeoVegas mobile casino app playing host to a 37-year-old’s lucky day! NetEnt strike again…
We woke up on Easter Monday to the incredibly exciting news that NetEnt’s Hall of Gods jackpot slot looks to have been claimed for a little over €6.7m! If confirmed, it’ll be the first Hall of Gods mega jackpot payout of 2018, and the first since mid-November 2017 – hence the quite extraordinary prize pot…
As ever, we’re first on the scene with NetEnt information. Although this Easter Monday morning scoop has yet to be confirmed or referenced by NetEnt or a hosting online casino, this usually takes a bit of time. However, all the indications suggest it’s been claimed…
We’ve rummaged through the many Hall of Gods casinos to see its jackpot ticker down to six figures – after previously being as high as €6.7m.
Until we have an official word, the exact total can’t be identified, but it’s only going to depend on a few thousand euros – which is small change to the lucky recipient!
Of course, as soon as this Hall of Gods 2018 win is mentioned, we’ll update this piece accordingly to keep you informed.
If you ever needed any solid argument for why NetEnt’s jackpot games are the best, you only need to look at the past few months.
First it emerged that the year 2017 saw a combined total of €78m paid out to a variety of gamers playing different titles – with Mega Fortune Dreams in particular handing out €30.4m.
And on the subject of Dreams, it wasn’t long before Mega Fortune’s double delight.
In a truly amazing coincidence, the Mega Fortune Dreams top jackpot was unlocked for just over €4m on 7th March, only for its older sibling Mega Fortune to follow suit less than 24 hours later with €2.6m.
Truly incredible timing!
After the 2016-2017 Arabian Nights waiting game, it could well be the moment to bring it back into focus.
An entire year managed to pass by as Arabian Nights slot players unsuccessfully gunned to see the Arabic man displayed across all five reels for the top prize, but it was eventually taken at a little over €2.6m for the ultimate reward at the end of August 2017.
The current Arabian Nights jackpot is at €1.1m and climbing – but will it go another whole year…!?
There’s still plenty of time before the 365-day circle is complete, with plenty of Arabian Nights casinos offering this May 2005 release in the present day.
Check out some of the very best by visiting the link above, with a casino bonus or two as standard.