Mega Fortune Pokie Pays Out Over 6 Million
It seems that NetEnt’s Mega Fortune progressive pokies just can’t stop awarding multi-million wins! The latest millionaire was made as one lucky player struck an incredible €3.7 million (that’s NZ$6,162,861) on the game, all on a €4.80 spin.
Finer details on the big win have not yet been revealed, but NetEnt and the casino have provided a few key details about the payout in question. The jackpot was hit for a total of €3,773,845.27 on Mega Fortune, a pokie that long held the Guinness World Record for the largest prize ever won until Microgaming’s Mega Moolah beat the entry.
Mega Fortune also has a more modern version, Mega Fortune Dreams, which has actually become the brand’s most popular progressive jackpot game. However, this particular winner did just fine on the original version, winning huge on a wager of NZ$8 a spin.
Jackpot Triggered at €4.80 Stake
NetEnt’s Mega Fortune offers a wide range of bet limits, ranging from 0.25 to 50.00 for high rollers. Much of its appeal is due to the fact that players can trigger the main progressive prize even when not playing at maximum bet, allowing punters like the most recent winner from Sweden to conserve their bankrolls and still enjoy world-class entertainment.
The Swedish winner managed to trigger the Mega Fortune Wheel of Fortune Bonus, which is the only way to claim the progressive prize in this online pokie. This feature lands about every 50 spins on average, and can be triggered easily by landing 3 or more bonus symbols on any active payline.
From there, players simply need to spin the bonus wheel and claim either a credit prize or reveal an arrow. The arrow will allow them to advance to the next level – there are three in total – and if they get to the last level, they stand a chance to have the maximum jackpot prize flash onto their screens at random.
NetEnt Pays Out 19.8m in 2018
NetEnt’s pokies have paid out many juicy sums over the past few months alone, with the developer paying out a princely €19,799,183 in winnings so far in 2018 alone. This was primarily thanks to the massive prizes paid out by Hall of Gods, which struck for an impressive €6.7 million in April.
Divine Fortune’s smaller but more frequent prizes also made up a large portion of this sum over the first five months of the year.
Commenting on the latest win, the software provider’s Chief Product Officer Henrik Fagerlund noted that the jackpots keep on rolling in, and that he is happy to see another player claim a life-changing cash sum while playing the brand’s award-winning game.