Almost at the very same time when Microgaming announced that its progressive jackpot network reached a whopping €1 billion in prizes, a player whose contribution is crucial in this story bagged the “missing” €13,328,028.16 on Mega Moolah at Zodiac Casino.
The life-changing sum was struck on Wednesday, January 30th expanding the roster of record-breaking winners, who so joyously celebrated during the entire 2018. This punter is, in fact, the 68th millionaire under the supplier’s network, leaving both the owners of the casino and games publishers in awe…
Emma Hall from Zodiac expressed her delight by saying:
“We are speechless after generating another huge win at Zodiac Casino and the first Mega Moolah jackpot in 2019! What a thrilling ride it’s been, and we couldn’t be happier for the winner, who is a long-standing player with us! To crack the jackpot in less than 30 minutes of play is just amazing. Well-deserved and massive congratulations from Zodiac Casino!”
David Reynolds from Microgaming replied:
“Congratulations to Zodiac Casino and the lucky winner on this truly life-changing win. Mega Moolah has once again delivered an amazing payout following months of anticipation. It was remarkable to see the jackpot ticker rise at such a phenomenal rate in recent weeks, and we are thrilled that this massive win has taken total payouts on the network beyond the €1 billion mark.”
Third Largest Win
The enormous win at Zodiac actually represents the third-largest cashout on Mega Moolah. Players from September 2018 and 2015 are the ones who actually made it to the headlines and entered the Guinness World Records, earning €18,915,872.81 and €17,879,645.12 respectively.
According to the aggregator’s payout policies, the €13.3 million prize will be cashed out as a “lump sum.” As a matter of fact, Microgaming’s jackpot network has paid out approximately €150 million in 2018, continuing its reputation of the millionaire-making entertainment provider.
Lately, the company has furthered its investments in sustainability by extending PlayItForward CSR, announced a supply agreement with IWG, whose studio will transform some of its most popular titles into instant win games and also released three new games: Shogun of Time and Banana Odyssey at this year’s ICE conference in London and Village People Macho Moves – previously advertised in September 2018.
Software providers from the Isle of Man also collaborate with numerous independent game studios such as Switch, Fortune Factory, Sling Shot, Triple Edge and Storm Craft.
“Microgaming’s Mega Moolah pays out a massive €13.3 million win”, microgaming.co.uk, February 5, 2019.