Optibet produces second Mega Moolah millionaire in weeks

Optibet produces second Mega Moolah millionaire in weeks

Enlabs-owned Optibet produced its second millionaire in just a few months after one lucky player triggered Microgaming’s Mega Moolah jackpot worth €7,231,507.69.


nOptibet Scored Second Mega Moolah Jackpot

Optibet recorded another Mega Moolah jackpot win after another anonymous player scooped up a €6.5m win at the casino last June.

The latest lucky player, who opted to keep his name confidential for privacy, became the 101st millionaire on the network. The Microgaming slot has set up a payment system allowing players to get their winnings in lump sums. 

In April, the popular slot shelled out a record €19.4m in winnings – proof to its extremely rewarding payout engine. Since its inception, Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network has now given out more than €1.45bn. Just this year, the brand’s jackpots, tiers, and games handed over a staggering €137m.

The Mega Moolah Jackpot is broken down into four progressive jackpots, each of which can be triggered by spinning the Jackpot Bonus game. These progressives appear in the form of Mini, Minor, Major, and the Mega Jackpot. Obviously, the Mega Jackpots stands as the most lucrative and pays a minimum amount of £1,000,000.00. And as all progressive jackpots work, the jackpot pool scales up each time a player place a bet on the game.

Quotes from the Press Release

John Coleman, CEO at Microgaming, congratulated the lucky winner and the partner operator, Optibet, for producing yet another millionaire on the network: 

“Huge congratulations to the winning player – we’re used to seeing massive jackpots drop on Mega Moolah, and €7.2 million is a fantastic amount to win. Well done to Optibet for claiming a second consecutive Mega jackpot on our network.”

Chris Davis, CPO at Enlabs, believed the succession of Mega Moolah jackpot wins spell good news for Optibet’s present and future customers as they all try their luck on the slot.

“We were delighted when Mega Moolah dropped at Optibet the first time, but for it to happen a second time a matter of weeks later is remarkable. I am certain that both existing and new Optibet customers will appreciate that this situation can only be attributed to the luck of the brand.”


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