NetEnt, the leading provider of digital gaming solutions, has dropped one of its highest ever jackpots of €7.5m on Hall of Gods, as lifetime payouts reach almost €80m.
The exact amount of €7,525,932.97 was claimed on the Folkeautomaten.com brand operated by ComeOn!. The 47-year-old Norwegian winner was playing the desktop version of the popular Norse mythology-themed game Hall of Gods.
NetEnt, which offers the industry’s largest global online jackpots, has paid out more than €54m in progressive jackpots in the past year. This is the second €7m-plus NetEnt jackpot in six months, after a UK player landed €7,437,199.55 on Mega Fortune Dreams in December 2016.
Since 2012, Hall of Gods’ lifetime payout has surpassed €57m, with €20.5m generated in the last year alone.
Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer of NetEnt, said: “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.
“Now the jackpot has been reset and we look forward to the next big win on Hall of Gods and our other progressive jackpots.”
As well as Hall of Gods and Mega Fortune Dreams, NetEnt offers pooled jackpots on Mega Fortune and Arabian Nights. Mega Fortune set a Guinness World Records for a record-breaking payout on an online slot machine of €17.86 million in January 2013.