We always love to tell you about recent big wins or jackpot wins at online casinos. Here are a few that made players instant millionaires in recent weeks.
€1 Million Scratch Card Win
This is a rare one indeed! On the 1st June, a player from Blackpool at PlayOjo casino decided to play the Wolf Gold scratch card, which is based on Pragmatic Play’s Wolf Gold slot. The player managed to scoop up the top prize of €1 million, which is amazing. On top of that, the players is an NHS employee, which makes this win extra special.
Pragmatic Play and SkillOnNet representatives were both thrilled about the win and congratulated the winner.
Two Millionaires on Atlantean Treasures Mega Moolah
Actually, this one is also quite extraordinary. Atlantean Treasures is among the latest slot releases to be added to the Mega Moolah jackpot network and somehow, two people in a row managed to score massive jackpot wins.
Only in May, a lucky player claimed the €7.7 million jackpot on Atlantean Treasures, which is essentially a Starburst clone with the addition of the progressive jackpots.
Less than a month later, on the 12th June, the jackpot was won again, which is almost unheard of. Especially since it was again won on Atlantean Treasures. This time, the lucky player took home over €9 million. This proves once again how popular the Mega Moolah games are and how quickly those jackpots grow.
Record-breaking jackpot at Svenska Spel Sport & Casino’s
The most recent millionaire was made at Svenska Spel Sport & Casino’s via NetEnt’s Mega Fortune progressive slot.
In June, the game paid its highest jackpot yet at that casino to one lucky player, who scooped up €238,500 on Mega Fortune. But only a week later, another lucky player managed to win the bigger jackpot of €2.6 million at the same casino, breaking the record that was established only a week before.
This is especially good news for the casino, of course, considering the changes to online gambling legislation in Sweden this year. Clearly, even now you have a chance to win big at online casinos in Sweden.