A mobile-focused online casino site was offering new players 200% cash bonus towards a chance to win the 3.8M jackpot if accessed through a special link (*included at the end of this article). Read on to see what happened next.
Never one for stability or long-term employment, James Taylor has been shuffling jobs for the past 9 months, working anywhere from his local Tesco chain to his neighborhood McDonald’s. Whatever the case, work for him has been strictly a “get in and get out” affair. It wasn’t until his night shift 2 weeks ago that it appeared James would be “getting out” forever.
While browsing the web on his lunch break, James came across the offer and quickly registered for an account. With nothing to lose and 30 minutes of free time, James decided to try his luck. What happened 12 spins and 20 minutes later would change his fate forever.
In one single spin, James won the progressive jackpot of Leo Vegas Casino’s “Mega Moolah” game, cashing out on £682,875. Having won over 20 times his annual salary in a single spin, James’s McDonald’s career had come to an abrupt end.
“I just didn’t believe it at first,” James said. “I thought it was some sick April Fool’s day joke my coworkers had played on me. It was until I hit the cash out button and saw the £682,875 number next to my name that I knew it was real.
And while one of the bigger winners of the giveaway, James certainly isn’t the only one to cash out on Leo Vegas Casino’s free bonus. Since the promotion began last month, over 238 players all over the United Kingdom have benefited from the free spins. However, it appears the giveaway will be soon ending as the company has already paid out over £2M in total winnings this last month.
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