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Hall of Gods Pays Out Staggering €7.2 Million Jackpot
- December 8, 2017 By Riley Wilson -
Christmas came early for one lucky Casumo Casino punter, named Neil after he managed to take home a staggering jackpot!
We guess Neil is in a festive spirit right now, and he has a good reason for it. Well, he has more than seven million reasons, to be precise, thanks to Lady Luck, a bit of skill and NetEnt’s Hall of Gods progressive jackpot.
Inspired By Norse Mythology
Launched back in 2013, Hall of Gods is a five-reel three-row video slot with 20 paylines that draws its inspiration from Norse mythology, featuring the Midgard Serpent in the expanding Wild and Odin’s ravens as the Scatter symbol.
The latter will activate the Pick Win feature whenever three of a kind find their way to the reels. The game’s most lucrative feature is Thor’s hammer which can award one of the three available jackpots to those lucky enough.
This lucky Aberdonian managed to break the bank and took home a fantastic sum of €7.2 million! Neil admitted he was attracted by the game’s huge jackpot, and this decision to give it a go paid out after only a few spins.
In accordance with the game’s theme, you’ll encounter characters from Norse mythology on the reels, such as Thor, Odin, Freya, and Loki.
Hall of Gods Has Done It Again
The game has seen a surge in popularity recently, especially after it paid out a huge multi-million jackpot six months ago. Back in June, one lucky punter, who remained anonymous, managed to grab a staggering €7.5 million jackpot!
Hall of Gods has definitely become popular lately, but in terms of popularity is far behind the company’s most favored release, progressive jackpot titled Mega Fortune, which even held the Guinness World Record for the biggest online jackpot for a while with an amazing sum of €17.86.
Henrik Fagerlund, Chief Product Officer at NetEnt was more than satisfied with the latest big win and added he expected the game’s popularity would further grow with the players.
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