Finnish Player Hits €2.75m Jackpot on Hall of Gods
July 10, 2018
NetEnt have created a millionaire for the third time this month after a player won €2.75m while playing Hall of Gods on the Finnish site Paf Casino.
The Finnish player, who wishes to remain anonymous, was playing on mobile and was wagering just €2 per spin when he hit the jackpot.
“We have another example here of how NetEnt’s games can change people’s lives, and the Mega Million campaign will give us even more chances to do just that,” said Henrik Fagerlund, NetEnt Chief Product Officer.
“We have had three seven-figure jackpot wins this month alone and I am confident we will see more before the end of the year.”
Hall of Gods is a progressive slot with five reels and 20 pay lines that was created back in 2012. Since its inception, its average jackpot averages at €5.7 million and its record win came in 2015 when an anonymous player from Norway won €7.8 million.
This is the second time Hall of Gods have created a millionaire this year, the first was won on April 1st when an anonymous player took in €6.7 million on Unibet Casino. NetEnt themselves have paid out over €1 million on eight occasions in 2018.
This week’s jackpot winner also won a further €350,000 via NetEnt’s ‘Mega Million’ campaign which was on offer on Hall of Gods throughout the World Cup.
This also means that there is only six days left for €650,000 to be won on Mega Fortune which is part of the same campaign.
NetEnt have four progressive jackpot games which regularly pay out over €1 million – Hall of Gods, Mega Fortune, Mega Fortune Dreams and Arabian Nights. Hall of Gods averages the highest jackpot, but Mega Fortune holds the record of the highest-paying slot game of all time when it paid out €17.8 million in 2013.
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