Amongst all the hype and furore surrounding Microgaming’s Mega Moolah £8m jackpot total, another ‘million-maker’ quietly went about its business making someone €4,628,064 wealthier. Mega Fortune, the biggest jackpot slot in the NetEnt portfolio, was won on Sunday evening.
The winner, Agneta, from Gothenburg, Sweden, is in her fifthties. She won playing on her iPad at Leo Vegas Casino. Asked about what went through her mind when she won the jackpot, Agneta said: “I was in total chock and so was my adult son. My only casino experience was from playing a little bit on the Gothenburg ferries so it took quite a while before I understood that I had won. I had been super happy if I would have won a half a million SEK but now I got so much more!”
Commenting on what she plans to do with the money, she said: “I have two adult sons that will get their share of course. I will also share some with my relatives and spoil them a bit. I will probably also be travelling a bit and maybe buy a new car. I don’t think I will have problems with finding things to spend it on!”
Mega Fortune has an average payout time of just under 8 weeks with an average win of €3,685,261. It was last won 8 weeks and 3 days ago, so it is pretty much bang on the money this time.
Mega Fortune has a seeder fund to get it moving again quickly and is already at €402,238 at the time of writing. Although we expect many players to be drawn to the Mega Moolah jackpot slot, which is now at £8,110,426 and rising.