Lucky LeoVegas punter wins big on Yggdrasil’s Joker Millions

One lucky European player is celebrating, after scooping a huge €1,917,485 jackpot last week.

The individual, from Norway, was playing on LeoVegas’ mobile site, when he won the huge amount through Yggdrasil Gaming’s Joker Millions slot.

Dropping the progressive jackpot last week, it is the latest in a line of major jackpots paid out by the online and mobile casino games supplier.

Joke Millions’ pool partner Empire Fortune has been the subject of two big wins in recent times, with a €5.2m prize dropped in July of last year, the highest in the history of Yggdrasil, followed up with a  €1.12m payout in November.

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO, Yggdrasil Gaming, commented: “Yggdrasil consistently delivers some of the industry’s biggest jackpots, and all operators understand the value of offering players the chance to win these life-changing prizes.

“What sets our progressive jackpot slots apart from the competition is the engaging base game, which means that even those who don’t walk away with a prize are still rewarded with an enjoyable experience.”

Karolina Pelc, LeoVegas Casino Director, added: “Nothing makes us happier than seeing our players hit big jackpots, and we are thrilled to be able to deliver another multi-million-euro prize alongside Yggdrasil.

“Yggdrasil slots are always favourites among our customers, and we have found progressive slots titles including Joker Millions have played an important role in enabling us to deliver a world-class casino offering.”

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