You’ll have noticed that the Mega Moolah jackpot has plummeted at the beginning of last weekend and was down to its reset value once again, indicating that someone had won a life-changing, record-breaking sum.
Nearly €19 million
The exact sum at which the Mega Moolah jackpot was won appears to have been €18,910,668.01, which is well over €1 million more than the previous record, which was claimed all the way back in October 2015.
Right now, the details of who won the jackpot and how they managed to do it, are unclear. We do know that it happened at the Grand Mondial Casino. But where the player resides, who they are and what they plan on doing with their win is not yet known.
What’s certain is that the amount won will set a new World Record and should be recorded as such. But once we know more about the winner, we’ll let you know.
Reset and back to over €2 million
The Mega Moolah jackpot resets to €1 million once it has been claimed. And then it goes back climbing really quickly because everyone hopes to get a crack at it and become a millionaire as well.
Indeed, the jackpot is won on average every 9 weeks, usually worth somewhere in the realm of €5 million. Whilst the chances of triggering the jackpot are reportedly higher when you increase your stake, the jackpots are activated completely randomly, and the last record-breaking win was triggered at only £0.25 a spin. Of course, we’re curious to find out how high the stake was when this current win was triggered.
Over the weekend, the jackpot has managed to make it back to over €2.4 million, meaning plenty of players around the world are hoping for the next big windfall, even if it won’t be record-breaking. Still, winning even a fraction of this huge win would make just about anyone happy.
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