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Joker Millions pays out at Leo Vegas Casino

Recently updated on February 7th, 2018

Yggdrasil Gaming’s premier progressive jackpot slot, Joker Millions, has just paid out at Leo Vegas Casino. The lucky Norwegian casino player cashed out €1.9 million (±NZ$3.2 million) after a winning spin. This will be the third jackpot win from the game developer since October of 2017. Joker Millions has a connected prize pool, sharing a pool with other Yggdrasil titles, including Empire Fortune.

The software provider is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with in the online gambling industry. They offer some of the best quality gaming solutions, with exciting innovations created in-house. What’s more, Kiwi players can enjoy many of their gambling games at Leo Vegas and other great online casinos.

Joker Millions at Leo Vegas NZ

Joker Millions Winners

This is not the first time a player has walked away with the jackpot from Joker Millions. In October 2017, one lucky player at Vera & John won a huge €3.48 million (±NZ$5.87million). More so, another player walked away with €1.12 million (±NZ$1.89 million) from the connected slot, Empire Fortune at an unnamed online casino. So, there are definitely more wins on the way for NZ gamblers.

More about Joker Millions

Joker Millions is a five reel, 25 payline online slot with a classic fruit theme. Featuring a base game paired with a progressive jackpot, this title brings a unique take to the progressive jackpot market. All Yggdrasil games feature their unique HTML5 software platform, so you can enjoy them at any time on any device.  This pokie machine offers a minimum bet of NZ$0.01 and a max bet of NZ$1.

To trigger a jackpot spin, players must land a Joker symbol on all five reels. Then players must fill the reels with jokers through a ‘re-spin’ feature. This will award the full jackpot to one lucky player.

So, sign up to Leo Vegas today and try your luck. You could be the next jackpot winner!

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