Swedish casino games developer NetEnt has announced its second multi-million Euro jackpot payout this week, this time to a German customer playing on Betsson’s mobile offering.

The unnamed female player from Hessen won €3.1m on Mega Fortune played using the Betsson app. The prize was won from a 50 cent stake using the Touch mobile version of the game.

The game currently holds the Guinness World Record for the largest ever jackpot payout from an online slot of €17.9m in January 2013.

The jackpot is the second to fall this week, following a €4.6m win on the Touch mobile version of Net Ent’s Mega Fortune Dreams played on LeoVegas.com.

NetEnt’s chief product officer Simon Hammon said: “This great win is the second multi-million award in a week on NetEnt’s famous pooled jackpot games. The ability to win such an amount on a mobile device really shows how one’s life can change while on the move.”

Shares in NetEnt AB (Co. Data) (STO:NET-B) were trading at SEK403.50 per share in Stockholm this morning.

 

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