Isle of Man-based gaming provider Microgaming has paid out a €7.7m Mega Moolah jackpot to a fortunate participant at Malta-licensed operator River Belle On line casino.
The participant gained the seven-figure prize after taking part in Atlantean Treasures: Mega Moolah, a brand new sport developed solely by Neon Valley Studios, which has now paid out over €14.2m throughout 238,594 jackpots following its network-wide launch on 25 February.
“Congratulations to the successful participant for hitting the primary ever Mega jackpot on Atlantean Treasures: Mega Moolah,” stated Microgaming chief industrial officer Jean-Luc Ferriere. “The super €7.7m win marks one other milestone for Microgaming’s progressive jackpot community, and we sit up for additional enhancing our rising portfolio with extra progressive video games to ship much more entertaining gameplay experiences and alternatives to win.”
Microgaming has not too long ago expanded its progressive jackpot community by means of the launch of Absolootly Mad: Mega Moolah and the provider’s newly revamped WowPot jackpot by means of the discharge of Wheel of Needs, with Sisters of Ouncesthe subsequent jackpot sport to be rolled out.
Final month Microgaming paid out €10.7m through its progressive jackpot to a participant at one other Malta-licensed operator, Jackpot Metropolis.