Microgaming pays out biggest ever mobile jackpot with Mega Moolah hit

microgaming-megamoolahIgaming technology and games provider Microgaming has confirmed that it had paid out its biggest ever jackpot win on a mobile casino following a hit on its Mega Moolah mobile slots on 9 April.

Microgaming have announced that lucky Royal Vegas customer Mark A, had hit the jackpot win last Thursday playing the popular Mega Moolah mobile slot title. To date the games provider claims to have paid more than €450 million in player winnings

Royal Vegas a Microgaming content partner issued the following statement regarding the jackpot win

“Mark A had only been a player with us for 7 days, we don’t think you could ask for a better start to playing at Royal Vegas. One of our senior VIP executive hosts had the pleasure of phoning Mark to confirm the win and to congratulate him; to say he was elated is an understatement. Everyone here at Royal Vegas would like to congratulate Mark on this mammoth and historic win.”

John Quinn, Microgaming Head of Casino, added: “We’ve been watching the progressive ticker grow substantially over the last few weeks; anticipation was building as to when it was going to strike. Once again the jackpot was hit via a mobile device; it really is a sign of today’s industry and how prevalent mobile is. Congratulations to Mark A on becoming one of the biggest jackpot winners in Microgaming’s history.”

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