$1,260,036 Cleopatra's Chest Jackpot Won

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Earlier today a punter playing a Virtue Fusion slot won the Cleopatra's Chest Jackpot for a huge $1,260,036 cash prize.

We don't have any details on the win, but we can confirm that the jackpot was won and is the seventh time since October 2010 that the prize has been hit. The prize pays out £1,126,038 on average, with the largest haul being £2,410,933, which was won in September 2015 at Gala Casino.

The jackpot is available to be won on a variety of slots offered by Virtue Fusion, including Lucky Ladies, Clover Rollover, and Cleopatra's Chest. The prize is won when there's generally five symbols spread across the reels.

We will be updating this story as more developments arise.

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4 April 2017 - 4:05pm
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Another day, another lucky jackpot winner! That is quite an amazing amount and my congratulations to the winner 🙂

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4 April 2017 - 5:59pm
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Congratulations to the winner!!!! LUCKY DUCK!

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5 April 2017 - 12:20am
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Isn't it that win should it be in £ and not in $, saw that record Jackpot won was in £, that should make quite of difference in the end, but he/she could buy something decent even if the win is in $ I guess 🙂