Hot on the heels of the recent Mega Fortune Dreams jackpot win for €3,637,620, the original Mega Fortune progressive slot game has been hit for a whopping €3,777,948. The win took place this past weekend, and while there are few details regarding the win, it has been confirmed that one lucky NetEnt player is a new slots millionaire.
The Mega Fortune progressive jackpot is known to pay out in the millions. The game has been known to pay out less with its smallest hit being €657,050. Mega Fortune is seeded at €250,000, and has an average win of over four million.
The progressive gained its fame when it was hit in January 2003. The January hit had the Mega Fortune jackpot pay out an incredible €17,860,868 from its 2013 hit.
After having been hit this weekend, the Mega Fortune Mega jackpot is steadily climbing, and is approaching €400,000. The jackpot is likely to keep climbing until an even more substantial win will go to the next player who hits the right winning combinations.
How to Win the Mega Fortune Jackpot
As with all progressive slots, the jackpot increases in size the more it is played. After the game has been seeded by the gaming software provider, the jackpots grow by a small amount each time a bet is placed on the game.
There are three progressive jackpots connected with Mega Fortune. These can be won when three bonus symbols are seen on a winning payline. This combination takes players to a second screen bonus game. The Wheel of Fortune style bonus game consists of three wheels.
In order to win the main jackpot, the wheel needs to line up with the arrow symbol that sends players to the next wheel. Players who make it all the way to the innermost wheel have hit the Mega Fortune Mega jackpot, which is the one that is likely to pay out in the millions.
Those who do not make it to the innermost wheel will stand the chance to win the Major Jackpot or the Rapid Jackpot. While these are much smaller prizes, they are also hit far more frequently.
The slot reels in Mega Fortune are filled with symbols showing riches that range from fancy cars to champagne, expensive watches, diamonds, yachts, cognac and cigars.