An anonymous player has triggered a gigantic seven-figure win in a Microgaming Mega Moolah game.
The win was triggered on November 16th, 2021, for €3,947,030.58 on the Mega Moolah Goddess video slot, and, according to Microgaming, the win is the largest triggered on the ancient Egyptian-themed progressive jackpot in its history.
The sum marks the tenth payout of seven figures or more made on Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network this year. The win also brings the total amount paid out by Microgaming to more than €1.5 billion, with over 22 million payouts awarded up to December 7th, 2021.
Mega Moolah Goddess was released in 2021 and is one of the many sequels to Microgaming’s original Mega Moolah slot. The game is based in Ancient Egypt, and it uses a 5×3 layout with 25 paylines and has an RTP of 88.00%. Symbols in the game include phoenixes, Cleopatra, the Eye of Anubis, coffins, flowers, and the traditional playing card symbols too.
The game also comes with several special features designed to help boost your chances of making wins. These include Wild symbols that substitute for other symbols, a Free Spins mode with up to 30 spins and a 6x multiplier, and there are four progressive jackpots, one of which was snapped up by the anonymous player.
John Coleman, the CEO at Microgaming, said in a statement: “I’m delighted to see another spectacular win strike on a Mega Moolah slot, particularly as it’s a historic moment for Mega Moolah Goddess. Congratulations to the player!”
The news comes after Microgaming published its games roadmap for December 2021, revealing the last few remaining releases for the year. Meanwhile, Microgaming announced last month that it’s selling its Quickfire business and games portfolio and, back in October, launched its games in the Dutch market.
The news also comes after the studio released big-name games like WWE Legends: Link&Win, Jurassic World Raptor Riches, Game Of Thrones Power Stacks, Burlesque By Dita, and more.