The Hall of Gods mega jackpot has finally been triggered at a record-breaking value of €7,820,888 by a lucky player this weekend, only a few days after Gamingslots reported that it was ready to pop.
Details from slots developer NetEnt say the win was at Betsson Casino by an anonymous Norwegian player. The huge payout is equal to $8,408,705 or £5,639,372 and is the largest ever record progressive jackpot win on the Norse mythology-themed slot.
The previous recognised holder of the highest win record on the Hall of Gods slot was a player known as L.G. who won a staggering €7,673,975 on the slot at Unibet Casino back on 8th February, 2012.
It is a jackpot win that caps off a fantastic weekend for NetEnt slots players with the developer also announcing that the mega jackpot was triggered on its hugely popular millionaire-maker slot Mega Fortune.
The Mega Fortune jackpot was triggered at a value of €1,461,681 and is the 25th time the mega jackpot has been won on the slot and it is the second time in just five weeks that a millionaire has been instantly made on the slot.
However, that win is some way short of the highest ever recorded win on Mega Fortune that still stands at €17,860,868 that was won by an anonymous player at Paf Casino back on 20th January, 2013.