This latest jackpot win, which comes only six months after a UK player won more than €7 million on NetEnt’s Mega Fortune Dreams title, brings the total payout from the company’s progressive slots to more than €54 million in the last year alone.
For readers who have not played the game, Hall of Gods is a 5-reel video slot title with a theme based on Norse mythology. Symbols include various characters from that mythology, including Odin, Thor, Loki and Freya, several artefacts, such as Thor’s hammer, rings, necklaces and a battle axe, and more.
The game, which was launched in 2012, boasts three progressive jackpots, which are referred to as the Mini, the Midi and the Mega, and it was the latter of those three that delivered the latest €7.52 million jackpot to the player in Norway. That brings the total amount of cash won by Hall of Gods players to more than €57 million, of which €20.5 million has been landed in the past twelve months.
‘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,’ said Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer of NetEnt. ‘Now the jackpot has been reset and we look forward to the next big win on Hall of Gods and our other progressive jackpots.’
Which game will deliver the next NetEnt progressive jackpot payout remains to be seen, but players who want to have a go at winning big in the Hall of Gods can do so by visiting Mr Green Casino or other venues that offer NetEnt titles.