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Players hoping to make big wins worth millions could try out the progressive slot Mega Fortune Jackpot from NetEnt. The last big win was on the 3rd of December 2020, with the winner being awarded a massive €4,283,841. Every day the jackpot grows by thousands, and as of the 8th of February, it stood at €1,618,655. On average, this jackpot slot pays out around €4 million every 67 days.
Win one of three progressive jackpots in the Mega Fortune Jackpot
Mega Fortune Jackpot is a five-reel 25 pay-line slot game. Three jackpots can be won on this slot including the Mega Fortune Rapid, Mega Fortune Major, and Mega Fortune Mega Jackpot. The slot takes wagers between €0.25 and €50. To win jackpots players have to make it to the bonus game and get a series of spins that land on a Mega Fortune Mega Jackpot symbol.
How to win the massive jackpot
To trigger the Mega Fortune bonus games, you need to get three Mega Fortune Bonus symbols on a win line. With the first wheel, you will have the opportunity to get a coin win or play on the next wheel. On the second and third wheels, you get the chance to win coins or the jackpot.
To win the next jackpot drop, you need to have the right strategy when playing. Timing is everything, and with an average of 67 days between hits, you can time your potential win and play when it is most favourable. The next possible chance of winning the massive jackpot is early in February 2021.
The game’s history indicates that the probability of hitting the jackpot is linked to the amount that you are betting. Players can experience this game for free in demo mode to get the hang of how to play. However, it is not possible to get and withdraw a big win in that mode. You need to make a deposit into a casino account and then place your bets to play for the jackpot win.
The vast jackpot draws players from many different casinos, which is why it continues to multiply each day. The biggest win ever recorded was in January 2013, will that be beaten any time soon?