Swedish casino games developer NetEnt has paid out €3.1m to a Norwegian customer playing on Norskeautomater.com, the online gaming brand operated by Malta-licensed L&L Europe.

The player won the pooled jackpot while playing NetEnt’s popular Mega Fortune game. It follows a record mobile payout of €5.7m to a LeoVegas customer in January who was playing Mega Fortune Touch.

“We’re only three months into the year and there have been two significant pooled jackpots drop,” said NetEnt’s chief product officer Simon Hammon. “The life-changing sums on offer act as a perfect way to boost acquisition rates and retention levels for operators.”

L&L Europe operates a number of casino sites, including the likes of KarlCasino, Norges Casino, Adler Casino, All British Casino and Polder Casino. targeting players across Scandinavia, Germany, the UK and the Netherlands. All sites feature fames from NetEnt, Amatic and Yggdrasil.

“Although it was not a record breaking jackpot win we are very happy to congratulate our first progressive jackpot winner at our Norwegian casino: NorkseAutomater.com,” said Jan Wienk, marketing manager of L&L Europe.

Another of NetEnt’s online pooled jackpots is the popular Hall of Gods game which currently has a jackpot of over €5.9m.

Mega Fortune is part of NetEnt’s global jackpot network, where the liquidity from many of the largest European online casinos is pooled. It currently holds the Guinness World Record for the largest ever jackpot payout from an online slot machine of €17.9m which was paid out in January 2013.


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