Yet another player has landed the title millionaire by playing at Leo Vegas this July, after they pocketed around £3.2 million on Mega Fortune (about $AUD 6.8 million) last week. The best part is that they won on their smartphone, meaning they became a millionaire on the go.
With the jackpot rising slowly, and even some online casinos (such as Guts) offering players the chance to guess exactly when it would go off, it finally stopped climbing and landed in the pockets of Agneta, from Gothenburg, who was playing the Touch version of the NetEnt progressive at Leo Vegas Casino.
Agneta stated in an article to the UK’s Mirror, just how she plans to spend the millions.
“I would have been super happy if it was a £30,000 but I am overwhelmed to have won £3,000,000,” she said.
“I am looking forward to giving some of the win to my two adult sons, family and friends, and may have time to treat myself to a new car and a little holiday.”
Amazingly, this comes after a player won around £4 million on the same game on their mobile device, in January, 2015.
About Mega Fortune
Mega Fortune progressive pokies is Net Entertainment’s pride and joy. It has broken the the Guinness World Record for the biggest online win on a slot machine and has also made many players millionaires in the past.
NetEnt created the progressive originally for desktop but with the increase in popularity of mobile games they turned Mega Fortune into Mega Fortune Touch, the smartphone and tablet version that Agneta won on.
There are three jackpots on offer, the Rapid Jackpot (which is generally quite small) the Major Jackpot (which is usually in the thousands but can climb up to the tens of thousands) and of course the Mega Jackpot (this is generally in the millions and is what we really want to win).
It has a theme of luxury to it, featuring gold bling, expensive cars, and boats we could only ever afford if we won the Mega jackpot (perhaps what Agneta will actually do with her big win).
There is a Wheel of Fortune type bonus where players can win the jackpots by spinning the wheels. If they don’t win one of the jackpots they can still win a cash prize.
Overall, Mega Fortune has proven to be quite lucky, especially at Leo Vegas.
Current jackpots at Leo Vegas
There are many more chances to become a a millionaire at www.LeoVegas.com, with the following jackpots climbing quickly for you to play on your mobile device, or even on your desktop if you please.
Mega Moolah at £8,770,663.57 and counting: At the time of writing the Microgaming progressive that is infamous for making players instant millionaires is almost at £8.9 million (almost $AUD 19 million). With a Safari theme, it may feel quite apt winning on Mega Moolah at the lion-themed casino.
The Dark Knight at £4,098,696.23 and counting: We all have a soft spot for Batman so when Microgaming released a progressive we swooped to try it. Now it is at around £4 million (around $AUD 8.6 million) and climbing quickly. You won’t be nearly as disappointed if you don’t win if you are fan of Batman, as the graphics are incredible.
Hall of Gods at £2,102,668.76 and counting: Another progressive by Net Entertainment that, at the time of writing, has hit £2.1 (around $AUD 4.5 million) and continues to grow. The smallest of the three, but still quite substantial and worth giving the reels a spin.
For other massive jackpots available to players from United States, check out Bovada Casino.