Mega Fortune Does it Again: SlotsMillion Player Wins €2.5M JackpotPublished January 31, 2018 by Arthur M
NetEnt's Mega Fortune slot machine has just created yet another millionaire, and it's the first 7-figure jackpot won by a SlotsMillion player.
A UK-based SlotsMillion Casino player has become the latest multi-millionaire thanks to the popular Mega Fortune slot machine. A perfect start to 2018 came in the form of a €2,553,604.67 payout claimed just after 8pm GMT on 23rd January.
A New SlotsMillions Millionaire
The fortunate player had only been a SlotsMillion customer for a few days before he scooped this massive jackpot. It's the first time a customer of this casino has won a prize of this magnitude. It's also the first time in 2018 that Mega Fortune has paid out a jackpot of over €1 million, having awarded over €75 million in 2017, so there's plenty more wins in store for players at the many online casinos that carry this game.
Congratulations From NetEnt
Commenting on this great win, the Chief Product Officer at NetEnt, Henrik Fagerlund has said ''What a great start to the year it’s been for the lucky winner and we’re so pleased that we’ve been able to play a part in his life-changing moment.'' He added that ''Mega Fortune is a long-time favourite with NetEnt players, so it’s no surprise to see it claim the first winner of 2018 and we hope it continues to be a lucky year for everyone who has a spin!
About Mega Fortune
Mega Fortune is a famous slot machine that holds the record for the biggest ever online progressive jackpot payouts. In 2013, a player from Finland won a staggering €17.8 million, breaking a record that still stands today.
Themed around the luxurious lifestyle that riches can bring, Mega Fortune, and its sister game Mega Fortune Dreams, are filled with images of cars, jewels, yachts and champagne. Of course, most of us won't claim a huge progressive jackpot, but there's lots of other features to this 5-reel, 25-payline slot, such as wild substitutions and a free spins bonus game where win multipliers can rise to 5x the base value.