N1 Casino awards €3m jackpot to a lucky player

N1 Casino awards €3m jackpot to a lucky player

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N1 Casino awards €3m jackpot to a lucky player

One of N1 Casino’s players has recently won a 3-million-euro jackpot through one of Relax Gaming’s Dream Drop offerings.

The holiday season proved to be quite successful for one lucky player at N1 Casino, who was recently awarded a 3.747 million multiplier, turning their lowly 80-cent wager into just shy of 3 million euros. The lucky player was enjoying one of Relax Gaming’s Dream Drop offerings, namely the popular slot title Templar Tumble 2. This jackpot is a further testament to the quality of the developer’s offerings, which can be enjoyed along with an expansive catalog of other titles on N1 Casino’s website.

The Deputy Chief Executive at N1 Casino, Yaroslav Laptev, remarked:

“We are quite excited that one of our lucky players has been able to win a Mega Jackpot through an 80-cent bet. We are very happy for them, as providing our player base with one-off opportunities that can change their lives is what we strive to achieve.”

Relax Gaming’s Chief Executive, Simon Hammon, commented:

“Since the launch of our Dream Drop offering, over a dozen Mega Jackpots have been won by players at various casinos, which we are very excited about. This enables our partners to achieve ever-increasing engagement rates, especially during the holiday season. We would like to congratulate our latest winner, and we hope we have provided them with an unforgettable memory.”

This jackpot is the latest of its kind in the Dream Drop series, setting a new record for the highest jackpot awarded through its titles. The offering can reward players up to 3 million euros through a wide variety of engaging slot titles, which players can enjoy at various high-quality online gambling websites such as N1 Casino.

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