Today a punter playing Net Ent’s Hall of Gods video slot took home an ungodly €7,525,467 cash prize when they struck the Hall of Gods Mega Jackpot.

We don’t know who won the jackpot yet or where, but we will update this story, as there’s sure to be PR put out by the hosting casino. The prize is the fourth-largest in the game’s history, and comes more than 32 weeks since a punter hit the prize for €7.4 million. This is one of the larger online slot jackpots we follow, with an average win of €5,743,923. The largest win in the game’s history is €7,820,888, which was picked up at Betsson in 2015.

The Hall of Gods slot is based on Norse mythology and the Jackpot is won by advancing through multiple bonus rounds, and if players are able to break three shields with the jackpot symbols on them, they win!

Congratulations to the lucky player, and here’s hoping they’re a Casino Listings visitor!

UPDATE: We have learned that the winner took this prize at ComeOn Casino, and was a 47 year old from Norway. They took down the prize on their desktop, and have opted to remain anonymous.

Speaking about the win Net Ent Chief Product Officer Simon Hammon said, We are thrilled to see another fantastic global jackpot winner and are especially excited as the huge amount is one of the biggest of all time for NetEnt and one of our operator partners.»

«Now the jackpot has been reset and we look forward to the next big win on Hall of Gods and our other progressive jackpots.»