The amount was just over £2 million and was won on Monday the 3rd of March 2014. The Mega Fortune progressive jackpot slot by Net Entertainment has made more millionaires than any other online slot game with wins totaling over €67 million – that’s approximately £55.4 million!
The world’s biggest online jackpot was also won playing Mega Fortune when a lucky Finnish player won a huge €17.8 million (about £14.7 million) in January 2013. There was also a Norwegian winner who took home a whopping €11.7 million in September 2011. There haven’t been any details on the latest winner but we will release them when they are unveiled.
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However, Hall of Gods is all about the Pick Win feature – here you get to use Thor’s hammer to break the shields presented on the screen. If you match 3 amounts, you will win that amount. What you want is to unveil 3 Mega Jackpots which will make you £2.77 million richer!
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