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Published on by kirk
On 28th April, we wrote about NetEnt’s popular Hall of Gods slot and the incredible heights to which its jackpot had risen. Almost a month later, the game’s impending payout continues to rise. It currently sits at over €6.4m. If you are wondering when the pot will finally burst, then you are not alone. Fans all over the world are eyeing the prize and placing bets on its next pop. Could the jackpot beat the game’s current record of €7.7m?
Let’s take a look at the slot and what the new jackpot means for players.
Hall of Gods is a slot that has enjoyed continued success over the past decade among NetEnt fans as well as more general slots enthusiasts. It is a deceptively simple game that has the somewhat astonishing power to draw in players and keep them spinning. The magical land is just too engaging to miss as players race around with Thor and Loki from classic Norse lore.
The popularity of the slot is well–documented. Its current jackpot amount, for example, is a great indication of the thousands of players who flock to the game every day – and that appeal resulted in another milestone when Hall of Gods surpassed €6m. It currently sits at €6.4m, which is over €1m higher than its average payout of €5.3m. The game was last won almost 500 days ago despite normally popping every 164 days.
What does this mean for players? To put it simply, the current state of the jackpot suggests that the game is anyone’s for the taking. Both factors that influence the decision to play – the average payout and the average length of time between payouts – have been surpassed. This leaves Hall of Gods with an exceptionally high jackpot that teeters ever close to popping every day.
Will Hall of Gods beat its current record of €7.7m? While it is impossible to know for sure, it is certainly inching closer than it has since 1st April 2018, when the €6.7m jackpot was won.
We look forward to watching the game’s continued climb!