December 13th - There has been much excitement at NetEnt casinos as a number of progressive jackpots have been his for large payouts. The Hall of Gods was hit at €7.5 million. The lucky winner lives in the south of Sweden. He has become the latest NetEnt millionaire just ahead of Christmas.
Hall of Gods Winner from Sweden
In the past five years, the Hall of Gods has been hit 10 times. The win that has just taken place for €7,530,141 is the third largest win on this progressive slot game. Earlier this year, the slot was hit for its record high of €7.8 million at Betsson. In 2012, the second biggest hit on the Hall of Gods slot was for €7.6 million at Unibet.
The details about the winner have been released. The lucky player to have won over €7.5 million was playing at Betsson. He is a 30-year-old father from the south of Sweden. The player, who wishes to remain anonymous, commented on his win.
The new millionaire said: “It’s completely unbelievable and I haven’t be able to sleep for even a minute. When the big win appeared on my screen, I screamed so loud that my girlfriend thought I had just had a heart attack. She quickly realized what had happened and was overwhelmed with joy when I said I had won. The feeling of being able to secure your child’s future is unbelievable. I will also be buying this guitar I have had my eye for the last three years.”
When playing Hall of Gods, players who wish to stand the chance of winning the mega jackpot should make sure to place the maximum bet possible on all paylines. Making smaller wagers will still result in wins, but will not result in the huge progressive jackpot win such as the lucky Betsson player has just won.
NetEnt Progressives Paying Out
In addition to the Hall of Gods win, NetEnt’s other large progressive jackpots have also been hit recently. The Mega Fortune Touch jackpot has paid out €8.6 million, and Arabian Nights has paid out €4.5 million. These three payouts, totaling over €20.5 million, have all been hit within a two-week time period. The question everyone is asking is which progressive will be hit next.