Joker Millions Slot Pays Over €7 Million

In 2015 Yggdrasil originated a new progressive jackpot game called Empire Fortune Joker Millions, the first combined progressive jackpot slot from this particular slot games developer.

Seven Million Euro Joker Millions Slot Win

On 9th November 2018, the biggest payout from this slot jackpot game happened, a win worth well over €7 million! Its full name is Empire Fortune Joker Millions, but it is known better as Joker Millions.

The lucky player landed an impressive prize of €7,831,370, and while we don’t know at which casino they were spinning the reels, we’ll suppose they are more than a little excited right now! On average, this game pays out every 18 weeks and five days, but it has been over 40 weeks since the last big winner on Joker Millions.

Previous Empire Fortune Joker Millions Wins

In January of this year, an anonymous player at LeoVegas spun into the right combination on the reels to unlock the progressive Joker Millions jackpot. This player from Norway won €1,917,388. Before that, there was a win in November 2017 where a Betsson player from Norway again won €1,116,582.

In October of the same year, a player at Vera & John from €5,196,319, the largest prize before the most recent win on the Joker Millions slot.

Playing Empire Fortune Joker Millions

If you’re looking to win a million pounds, SEK, Euros or whatever currency playing this game, then you need to land five of the Golden Joker chips on the reels.

It triggers the 5x Mystery Win. Each of the five symbols will show a value, and then a new set of spins will be activated. Like Divine Fortune, the reels keep spinning as long as a new Joker symbol appears on the reels.

The progressive wins if you fill all 15 spaces with a Golden Joker symbol when playing Joker Millions.

You can watch a €3.3Million win on the official Yggdrasil Gaming YouTube channel.

Currently, it seems that players in the United Kingdom get denied access to this game even though Yggdrasil boasts a UKGC license. We are investigating the whys and wherefores of this and will report back. 

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