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Second jackpot drop of the year for Yggdrasil’s Empire Fortune

Yggdrasil Gaming has paid out another significant jackpot, with one lucky punter scooping almost €1.12m on its progressive jackpot slot Empire Fortune.

The prize pool was won by a 32-year old from Norway, who was gaming on Betsson’s mobile site on Saturday evening.

Andy Broughton-Braithwaite, Director of Games at Betsson, said: “Yggdrasil’s games are perfectly tailored towards our players who love the combination of life changing Jackpots and innovative gameplay.”

All of the Yggdrasil progressive jackpot pay outs in 2017 have been won via mobile channels, with the pools slots proving popular on the smaller screen amongst consumers.

This latest jackpot triumph follows a €5.2m prize won on the same slot in July of this year, in addition to a €3.5m jackpot being won on Joker Millions, an Yggdrasil title which shares the progressive jackpot pool with Empire Fortune, just last month.

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO at Yggdrasil Gaming, said: “Our jackpot pools have been very generous of late and it’s great to see one of our players winning a life-changing sum of money on Empire Fortune.

“Our progressive jackpots have now paid out almost €10m in their last three drops, but with their popularity, I’ve no doubt there’ll be paying out big wins again soon.”

This latest jackpot win come days after news that Yggdrasil has agreed a deal with Tabcorp for its slots to be features on the Sun Vegas platform.

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