Hall of God’s by NetEnt Pays Out €7.5m Jackpot
NetEnt is a top casino game provider of digital gaming solutions that is constantly coming up with new ways for players to be entertained. Just recently, it was announced that the company’s Hall of Gods slot machine game produced a major jackpot win. Lifetime payouts of the game have now reached almost €80m after the most recent win of €7.5m, one of the highest jackpots ever paid out from the game.
The exact amount of the prize won equals €7,525,932.97 with the winner being a 47-year-old Norwegian gamer. The player was enjoying the Norse mythology themed game at the online casino when the jackpot was earned.
Within the past year alone, casino software provider NetEnt has paid out over €54m in progressive jackpots and this is the second jackpot to surpass the €7m mark within the past six months. The last jackpot of this size was hit back in December of last year when Mega Fortune Dreams paid out €7,437,199.55.
Hall of Gods has paid out more than €57m since 2012 and over €20m in 2016 alone. The latest jackpot to hit from the game took place on the 15th of June. Chief Product Officer of NetEnt, Simon Hammon, commented on the recent win by stating: “We are thrilled to see another fantastic global jackpot winner and are especially excited as the huge amount is one of the biggest of all time for NetEnt and one of our operator partners.”
The jackpot has now been reset and awaits the next big winner. Hall of Gods and Mega Fortune Dreams offer players the opportunity to win big jackpots via NetEnt games along with Arabian Nights and Mega Fortune.