Finnish players won €2,8 million in Hall of Gods

When it comes to creating new millionaires through slots, Net Entertainment is by far the biggest game maker that makes this possible. In their slots like Mega Fortune, Mega Fortune Dreams and of course Hall of Gods you have the chance to become a millionaire.

 

It was a week ago that a young Finnish player sat on the bus and played Hall of Gods at PAF casino with a betting level of € 2 per spin on his phone. The winnings amount was € 2,701,379 with a € 350,000 surcharge from an ongoing campaign to boost jackpots in the Net Entertainment slots. This means that the total profit for the Finnish player amounted to no less than €2,8 million!

 

Net Entertainments Product Manager, Henrik Fagerlund, commented on the profit via a press release in Swedish. We have now got another great example of how NetEnt's games can change people's lives, and the Mega Million campaign will give us even more chances to do that. This game provider have by far created more new millionaires than all the other providers.

 

What is Hall of Gods?

Hall of Gods was launched in November 2013 by the game maker NetEnt, which has been inspired by the ancient mythology. Hall of Gods contains cool graphics and a design that really fits into the theme. It gives a fairly simple impression, despite all details, but is not overworked.

 

In the background, we see a viking ship at sea and the giant snake that emerge from the world's ocean. There is no music in the background, but you hear the noise of the sea and wild waves that hit. When you press the spin button, a winning sound and in a win, the sound effects are a bit more dramatic, to make you aware that you won.