Mega Moolah Online Slot Pays Out Millions
A lucky Swedish player managed to hit the biggest euro jackpot payout in Microgaming’s history, becoming a multi-millionaire in the blink of an eye. The amount won was a staggering €14,239,532.84, which is, needless to say, beyond life changing. What’s more is that the bank account breaking amount will be paid out in a single lump sum, as opposed to being made in annual instalments as is seen with some other companies.
So whoever that Swedish player is, they can look forward to 8 figures instantly appearing in their account. The stuff that dreams are made of.
A Wave Of New Potential
For all those wondering, the fortunate Swedish winner was playing at Lucky Casino – and the site really lived up to its name. Though, it often isn’t the site that is most significant, but rather the online slot being played. In this case it was a Mega Moolah title, but Microgaming is always hard at work adding new games to its progressive jackpot network.
A number of new titles are set to be released in the near future, all of which have the potential to create instant millionaires. 2 will be added to the already famous Mega Moolah online slot range, including Fortunium Gold: Mega Moolah, created by Stormcraft Studios, and Juicy Joker: Mega Moolah, created by Just For The Win. Beyond this is Book of Atem: WowPot, created by All41 Studios, and Sisters of Oz™: WowPot created by Triple Edge Studios.
No doubt would be millionaires are already eagerly anticipating the new games, ready to face lady lucky and potentially walk away with loaded pockets.
On A Roll
When it comes to online slots of a progressive jackpot nature, everyone is crossing their fingers for that ultimate win. Many try, but it really is simply a matter of luck. Regardless, Microgaming have crowned a total of 8 millionaires so far this year. Or to look at it another way, there has been a millionaire a month since January.
But it should be kept in mind that a great many more reel spinners have walked away with still impressive payout amounts of €10,000 or more. Not a life changing amount, but still certainly not something to sneeze at.