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It’s been raining millionaires of late, and the scoop of €3.3m from the Mega Fortune jackpot last night made it three out of four NetEnt progressive networked jackpots that have fallen in the past few weeks. It was last won back in mid-July, when Mega Fortune’s €3.6m was emptied into a MrGreen player’s account. While yesterday’s total is around €300k short, we highly doubt the lucky winner will be grumbling too much.
As ever, we’ll keep you updated with this huge Mega Fortune jackpot drop as soon as more news reaches our attention – including the rewarding online casino where the scoop happened. Until then, let’s take you through what we know.
At around 22:00 CEST on 4th September, a grand total of €3,309,120 was accessed from the Mega Fortune jackpot slot game. This title has a long history of changing people’s lives by granting them multimillionaire status, and it seems to have done so again.
Although it’s usually one of the big guns, it could well be one of our new 2017 casinos who played host to this NetEnt jackpot win.
Furthermore, it can’t yet be confirmed whether the player was using a desktop, tablet or phone casino.
As Mega Fortune jackpot by NetEnt is a number of years old now (but still incredibly popular!), there may be a few of you wondering whether it is mobile-ready. The below video from NetEnt themselves should clear this up:
As we said above, the NetEnt jackpot wins have been rolling in recently – with Mega Fortune Dreams the first to get the ball rolling. 60-year-old Susan of Casumo was the lucky recipient of €3m, with the online casino paying tribute with the following tweet:
Excite! At 60, Susan became an overnight millionaire after grabbing a €3 million jackpot in Mega Fortune Dreams. Jambawamba! pic.twitter.com/6wET5lCCxX
— Casumo (@CasumoCasino) August 25, 2017
Then came the big one, or at least the jackpot we had begun to think would never be cracked again.
Arabian Nights had celebrated over a year since it last dropped in early-July 2016, so we were naturally delighted last week when informed that someone had claimed the €2.6m top prize – as much for our sanity than the lucky winner’s benefit!
That just leaves us with one familiar name…
With Hall of Gods being the last pooled jackpot standing, we assume you’d want to know its current bonanza – just over €3m!
This figure will, of course, keep climbing over the coming days and weeks, but not if someone grabs hold of it first!
With three unknowing iGamers taking home seriously life-changing sums of cash, you have just as much chance as anyone of being next.
So, please visit the link below to be taken to the very best casinos with Hall of Gods ready to play!