South African players have been watching the jackpot on NetEnt’s Hall of Gods slot game climb steadily over the last few months. The number has reached incredible proportions and players have been flocking to the game to try their luck with the hope that they will be declared the lucky winner of the life-changing sum up for grabs.
Last week it happened – albeit across the seas in Sweden. A lucky player from the Scandinavian country hit the jackpot on Hall of Gods slot on his mobile phone, and took home the staggering sum of R100 million (EUR 6.7 million)! This was the largest slot jackpot win in the industry so far this year, showing that NetEnt is still the one of the leading software company throughout the world.
The winner was a 37 year old who decided to head to his favorite NetEnt powered online casino and try his luck on Hall of Gods progressive slot game. He wagered the equivalent of just R150 before he saw the seven figure jackpot amount flash across his screen.
Needless to say that the winner was more than thrilled to take home the largest prize ever recorded on Hall of Gods mobile slot in the history of the game.
“I’m still in disbelief and shock,” said the player. “I simply can’t believe I won.”
The winner recalled that he had been at home playing NetEnt slots on his mobile phone. “It was a great feeling when I realized I’d finally hit the jackpot,” he said.
NetEnt’s slots continue to keep players entertained and, as the latest winner can testify, rewarded well. So far this year, NetEnt slots have paid out a staggering R240 million!
“It seems our players can’t stop winning at the moment after another one of our games saw a multi-million euro jackpot drop,” said the chief product officer at NetEnt, Henrik Fagerlund. “By giving operators access to the largest online jackpots in the iGaming world, NetEnt provide opportunities to promote the dream of a truly life-changing win to their players. We’re proving once again to be a leading force in the mobile gaming world and hope this good luck continues in the coming months.”