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New Mobile Jackpot Record Set as NetEnt Pays Out $8.6 Million on Mega Fortune Touch

By: Russell Potvin , Sat. Dec. 12, 2015

NetEnt Pays Out $8.6 Million on Mega Fortune Touch for New Mobile Jackpot Record

NetEnt have hit the headlines again by setting a new mobile jackpot record. One lucky winner has scooped a jackpot worth $8.6 million on the Mega Fortune Touch slot.

NetEnt are one of the leading digital entertainment companies and this new jackpot win has allowed them to make history. The huge prize was one at ComeOn Casino's mobile website with a wager of less than $1.50 turning a lucky 30 year old from Sweden into an instant multi-millionaire. The lucky winner, Alexander, said: "I was totally speechless and couldn't believe what was happening. It was late and my wife had already gone to bed, but I had to wake her up and celebrate." When asked what he would do with the winnings, he had this to say: "I'm going to lay low to begin with, but I'll make sure that my mortgage is paid off and treat myself to some exciting holidays. It will probably be difficult to avoid buying a new car."

This exciting new mobile casino jackpot record comes just after a Unibet player won a €4.5 million jackpot on the Mega Fortune Dreams game in late November. It really is great news for NetEnt slots fans and of course if puts this company once again in the spotlight. What a way to end the year, two big wins and gamblers around the world talking about their mobile slots games.

Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer for NetEnt had this to say: "NetEnt's games excite, entertain, and reward our players and it's fantastic to break another record with this jackpot won via mobile. Our games have paid out over €13 million in jackpots in just over a week - the perfect early Christmas present."

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