Players at Net Entertainment powered online casinos got off to a great start this year with some serious jackpots hit in the last few days.
Three players from European cities took home jackpots totaling $7.6 million, proving once more why NetEnt slots are so popular. What makes these wins even more exciting is that most of them were hit after players wagered tiny amounts of cash.
The players all won their multi-million dollar totals in the space of less than a week, as NetEnt continues to pay out jackpots month after month. In the few years that NetEnt has been part of the online gambling industry, it has paid out more than $250 million and has made millionaires out of 55 players from ten different countries.
Three Big NetEnt Jackpots
The first big jackpot hit occurred on Friday, January 15th, when a player from Finland in his 40s played at a NetEnt powered casino and won a whopping $3.4 million on just a $4 wager. This jackpot was hit on NetEnt's ever-popular Mega Fortune Dreams slot game.
Only two days later, a player from the United Kingdom headed to Casumo Casino and tried his luck on Mega Fortune progressive slot. Once again, this game paid out a hefty amount, rewarding the stunned player with $2.7 million.
The third win reported in less than a week happened on Hall of Gods slot, where a Norwegian player wagered a mere $0.40 on the mythical-themed slot game and managed to scoop $1.6 million!
All in all, the three players combined celebrated the staggering among of $7.6 million in their accounts.
Excitement, Entertainment, Rewards
NetEnt is used to paying out large sums of money to lucky winners, but so many big hits in such a short space of time is quite unusual for the industry.
The chief product officer of NetEnt, Simon Hammon said about the latest string of wins: "NetEnt's games are designed to excite, entertain and reward our players so we are thrilled to have created three new multi-millionaires in less than a week."
"We're already looking forward to the next big jackpot win at this rate, I'm sure it will drop soon," he predicted.